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Lindenhurst Memorial Library

COVID-19 Information

For up-to-date information the Coronavirus, please visit the following sites:

Suffolk County Department of Health

NYS Department of Health

NYS Dept. of Labor (Unemployment Assistance)


Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

National Institutes of Health

World Health Organization

See if you may be Eligible to Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine

The Federal Government determines how much vaccine New York State receives and has given New York approximately 250,000 vaccines/week for over 7 million people who are eligible – as a result supply is very limited. Vaccines are available at pharmacies, hospitals and through local health departments – please contact the provider of your choice to schedule a vaccine appointment.

You can use this website to determine eligibility and to schedule an appointment at a New York State-run vaccination site. If eligible, you will see all available appointments at New York State-run vaccination sites. AN APPOINTMENT IS REQUIRED. IF YOU VISIT A LOCATION WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A VACCINE.

To find out if you may be eligible, click here: https://am-i-eligible.covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov

New York State COVID-19 Vaccine Form: https://forms.ny.gov/s3/vaccine

New York State COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline: 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829)

Suffolk County COVID-19 Vaccination Center: https://suffolkcountyny.gov/vaccine


Other Vaccination Locations:


Lindenhurst Schools Resources and Information

Please check this page for important information about the Lindenhurst School District.

Walk-In-Clinics that Offer COVID-19 Testing

All clinics ask that you call ahead or book a spot online if you have symptoms of COVID-19*


CVS Pharmacy COVID-19 Diagnostic Testing

CVS has opened 36 new COVID-19 test sites at select CVS Pharmacy drive-thru locations across New York. The pharmacy will offer self-swab tests to individuals meeting criteria for testing, which are described above.

These new sites will utilize self-swab tests and mark the next phase of the company’s nationwide COVID-19 testing strategy, announced April 27.

Self-swab tests will be available to individuals meeting Centers for Disease Control and Prevention criteria, in addition to age guidelines. Patients must register in advance at CVS.com to schedule an appointment.

Patients will be required to stay in their cars and directed to the pharmacy drive-thru window where they will be provided with a test kit and given instructions, and a CVS Pharmacy team member will observe the self-swab process to ensure it is done properly. Tests will be sent to an independent, third-party lab for processing and the results will be available in approximately three days.


Find a testing site near you: https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/find-test-site-near-you

Touro Law School COVID-19 Helpline

Touro Law has established a helpline to answer legal questions arising from the pandemic. Volunteer attorneys will provide referrals to our own clinical program and appropriate legal partners on a wide range of legal issues. The helpline will be open Monday through Friday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm beginning on Monday, May 11. Students and attorneys will provide community members with free assistance or referrals on a myriad of issues including landlord-tenant, civil liberties, bankruptcy, employee rights, unemployment, stimulus payment, insurance and more. Please complete the intake form located here: https://www.tourolaw.edu/AboutTouroLaw/TLCResponse.


Telephone Reassurance Program

An initiative launched by Department for the Aging, is a service that provides older adults who live alone, or are temporarily alone and have limited ability to leave their homes with regularly scheduled telephone calls, usually Monday through Fridays mornings, and set up days and times to check on them.

If you are interested please contact: RSVP Suffolk: 631-979-9490 extension 21, Maggie D’Amico.


Island Harvest provides free referrals and free assistance for SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) over the phone, and you do not have to go to the Department of Social Services. Island Harvest can walk you through the online application by telephone or complete a short intake and submit the online application for you. Give them a call today! 631-873-4775


Sign up for SMART911, which allows individuals and families to provide critical medical information to 9-1-1 and first responders. The information provided in a Smart911 Safety Profile enables responders to know who is at the greatest risk in our community. They can provide individuals with critical updates based on their location and health history.

As part of this effort, residents can now sign up for SMS text message updates on their mobile devices to receive updates on the latest information, health guidance and other developments relating to the coronavirus. Residents should text COVIDSUFFOLK to 67283 to enroll.

Long Island Cares


LIC operates satellite locations including its own emergency food pantries at several community locations. People in need are encouraged to call the LIC location closest to them to make an appointment to alleviate time constraints. Staff will also be available to assist people at other times including, weekends by appointment only by calling (631) 582-3663 Ext 109. 


The COVID-19 pandemic can affect you and your loved ones’ mental and emotional well-being. It is natural to feel overwhelmed, sad, anxious and afraid. Isolation, financial distress, loss of friends and family due to COVID-19 and other stressors can affect our mental and emotional well-being. Below are some action steps offered by National Institute of Mental Health.
If you are thinking about suicide, or know someone who is, counselors are available to listen to and support you 24/7 Call Family Service League’s DASH Hotline 631-952-3333 or Response of Suffolk Hotline 631-751-7500 If you or someone you know is at immediate risk of hurting themselves, or in immediate danger because of a health condition or other situation, call 911. 
The behaviors listed below may be signs that someone is thinking about suicide:
• Talking about wanting to die or wanting to kill themselves 
• Talking about feeling empty, hopeless, or having no reason to live 
• Making a plan or looking for a way to kill themselves, such as searching for lethal methods online, stockpiling pills, or buying a gun 
• Talking about great guilt or shame 
• Talking about feeling trapped or feeling that there are no solutions 
• Feeling unbearable pain (emotional pain or physical pain) 
• Talking about being a burden to others 
• Using alcohol or drugs more often 
• Acting anxious or agitated 
• Withdrawing from family and friends 
• Changing eating and/or sleeping habits 
• Showing rage or talking about seeking revenge
• Taking great risks that could lead to death, such as driving extremely fast 
• Talking or thinking about death often 
• Displaying extreme mood swings, suddenly changing from very sad to very calm or happy 
• Giving away important possessions 
• Saying goodbye to friends and family 
• Putting affairs in order, making a will 

5 Action Steps for helping someone in emotional pain:

1. ASK: “Are you thinking about killing yourself?” It’s not an easy question, but studies show that asking at-risk individuals if they are suicidal does not increase suicides or suicidal thoughts. 
2. KEEP THEM SAFE: Reducing a suicidal person’s access to highly lethal items or places is an important part of suicide prevention. While this is not always easy, asking if the at-risk person has a plan and removing or disabling the lethal means can make a difference. 
3. BE THERE: Listen carefully and learn what the individual is thinking and feeling. Research suggests acknowledging and talking about suicide may reduce rather than increase suicidal thoughts. 
4. HELP THEM CONNECT: Save the DASH (631-952-3333), Response (631-751-7500), the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s (1-800-273-TALK (8255)) and the Crisis Text Line’s number (741741) in your phone, so it’s there when you need it. You can also help make a connection with a trusted individual like a family member, friend, spiritual advisor, or mental health professional. 
5. STAY CONNECTED: Staying in touch after a crisis or after being discharged from care can make a difference. Studies have shown the number of suicide deaths goes down when someone follows up with the at-risk person. 
For more information on suicide prevention visit: www.nimh.nih.gov/suicideprevention


An interim volunteer call-based companion coordination that connects social work students with those in need of social interaction to combat cabin fever and the negative effects loneliness can have on long term health.

GIVE THEM A CALL TODAY: (631) 346-6052





FREE Counseling & Support for all workers affected by Covid-19 24-hours, 7 days a week for Front-Line Healthcare Professionals & Staff, First Responders, and all Essential Workers.

If you are struggling with your daily routine, you find that your peer and family relationships are suffering, or the effects of stress are overwhelming –

FSL is here for you. Call 631-952-3333 anytime!


NYS Health Insurance Enrollment Assistance

The HWCLI Healthcare Access Team helps our clients find a health insurance plan that best fits their medical and financial needs. We have an outstanding health care team of certified navigators that help individuals and families enroll for free or low-cost health insurance plans through the NY State of Health Marketplace.

Our services include:

  • Health insurance enrollment assistance through the NYS of Health Marketplace
  • Determining if you are eligible for free health insurance or financial help for private health plans
  • Helping you compare health plan options and prices that best fit your medical and financial needs
  • Helping you understand health insurance terms and policies
  • Advocating on your behalf with any issues you have with the NYS of Health Marketplace

Our team can help you with the above in English, Spanish and Haitian Creole.

Please note that our services are FREE (costs associated with a health plan may apply).

  • To make an appointment with one of our Health Insurance navigators, please call our main Healthcare: (516) 505-4426
  • Hours

    Monday-Thursday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
    Friday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
    Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
    Sunday: CLOSED
    Scheduled Closings

  • Get in touch

    Call Us: (631) 957-7755

    Department Contacts
  • Find us

    1 Lee Avenue
    Lindenhurst, NY 11757