Lindenhurst Memorial Library

Library News

Wednesday Walks Continue to Grow!

Are you missing the gym or your exercise classes? If so, meet at the library, and join staff member Sara Fiorenzo for some exercise, and great conversation, while social distancing. Each week, our walk may include a stop at a local business for a treat! Wear comfortable attire and a mask.

Thank you so much to Cieslaks Modern Bakery for donating cookies for the walkers. If you are interested in joining this awesome group, Click Here to register on our program calendar for each Wednesday.


WELCOME BACK!

LML welcomes students back to school and the library!

-Tables are limited to 1-2 students, based on availability. The Library is operating at a reduced occupancy rate to comply with state guidelines, so please try and keep your visit brief, to allow others time to use the space too.

-Please note that gaming computers are currently not available for use.

-There is no space available for services such as tutoring, gatherings, or play dates. Staff will be in the lobby at a greeter’s desk, to help students navigate our temporary changes designed to help keep Lindy strong and safe!

-Need help with homework, or tutoring assistance? Try Brainfuse!

Lindenhurst Memorial Library Letter to School Principals


NOW offering Social Work Interns!

The Library is happy to partner with Stony Brook University to provide two Social Work Interns. Library patrons can request one-on-one assistance completing forms and applications, referrals to mental health resources, and other topics. Visit the Social Work Intern page for more information!

 

 

 


The Library is OPEN for limited services, such as checking out material, making copies, sending a fax, and limited computer use.

Masks that fully cover your nose and mouth are required while in the building, per NYS executive order. Please note that gaming computers are currently not available for use. Tables are limited to 1-2 students, based on availability.

The Library is operating at a reduced occupancy rate to comply with state guidelines, so please try and keep your visit brief, to allow others time to use the space too.

There is no space available for services such as tutoring, gatherings or meetings, or play dates. Staff will be in the lobby at a greeter’s desk, to help you navigate our temporary changes designed to help keep Lindy strong and safe!

 


Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council’s Medicaid enrollment assistants have been given permission by NYS DOH to provide Medicaid enrollment assistance by phone to adults and children disabled or blind and anyone over the age of 65.  They can be reached at 631-656-9783.  As messages come in, staff working remotely will be assigned to callers to provide assistance.

We are also here to answer any questions people may have regarding utilizing insurance, understanding their benefits, finding specialists, etc.

Below are the Medicaid programs we can assist people in applying:

  • Community Medicaid (including those with excess income and/or resources)
  • Medicaid for home care services
  • Medicaid for nursing home care or other services in an in-patient setting
  • Medicaid for adults and children in need of waiver services (OPWDD, Traumatic Brain Injury, Bridges to Health and other HCBS programs, etc.)
  • Medicaid for working people with disabilities who want to buy into the program
  • Medicare Savings Program for those with Medicare that need help paying Part A, Part B, and/or prescription drugs
  • Medicare enrollment assistance for those also eligible for Medicaid

Their phone number for telephone assistance can also be found on our website at www.coverage4healthcare.org.

  • Hours


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

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    Call Us: (631) 957-7755

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    1 Lee Avenue
    Lindenhurst, NY 11757