Brian X. Foley's posts related to Social Services

Residents May Obtain Applications for HEAP and $200 LIPA Credit Here

To apply for HEAP you may click here or download the HEAP application attached below. Once completed HEAP applications should be mailed to:

Suffolk County Department of Social Services

P.O. Box 1800

Hauppauge, NY 11788

File: 
HEAP Application

File: 
LIPA $200 Credit Application

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Sen. Foley Encourages Eligible Residents to Utlize HEAP Benefits - Click Here for Application

To apply for HEAP, simply click here or scroll down on on this page and download the pdf attachement.

Once completed, you may mail the application to:

Suffolk County Department of Social Services

P.O. Box 1800

Hauppauge, NY 11788

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$200 LIPA Credit Still Available to Suffolk Seniors - Click Here for Application

Senator Encourages all eligible residents to apply for the $200 LIPA credit as part of the Senior Energy Assitance Program. To obtain the application, click here, or simply scroll down and click on the pdf form attached.

 

Download the pdf. application below.

Once completed, applications can be mailed to:

LIPA

ATTN: IE-SEAP

P.O. BOX 9083

MELVILLE, NY 11747

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Sen. Foley is Joined by Community Leaders in an Effort to Increase Participation in 2010 Census

Civic leaders and activists from local communities in Suffolk County joined Senator Brian X. Foley (D – Blue Point) as he called for increased participation in the U.S Census. The 2010 Census awareness event, which took place at the Brentwood Public Library, was centered around relaying the importance of Census participation and giving community members the tools necessary to educate their friends, family, and neighbors about the Census.  

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Senator Foley, Assemblyman Alessi, Legislator Browning Blast Veto of Sex Offender Legislation

Senator Brian X. Foley (D – Blue Point), Assemblyman Marc Alessi (D, I – Shoreham) and Legislator Kate Browning (WFP – Shirley) blasted Governor Paterson’s veto of important legislation that would have further protected our communities from sex offenders.

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