Register today for a FREE Cardiovascular Health Screening, including consultation, diabetes check, cholesterol check, and blood pressure check. You must be age 18 or older to be screened.
Space is limited. Please call to schedule an appointment by calling Senator Peralta's office at (718) 205-3881.
Special thanks to our sponsors:
Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, Assemblyman Jeff Aubry, Langston Hughes Library, Weill Cornell Community Clinic, Dominic A. Murray 21 Community Foundation, Inc. and Reverend Young, First Baptist Church
Presentations by: New York Families For Autistic Children, Autism Speaks, The School for Language and Communication Development, Queens County Parents Autism Coalition, New York Christian Parents of Children With Autism and Jackson Developmental Center
• Learn about the signs of Autism and the importance of early intervention
• Ask questions about issues related to caring for children living with Autism
The ASPCA offers free and low-cost spay/neuter surgery via five Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics that travel to many New York City neighborhoods. The mission of the ASPCA is to put an end to the tragic euthanasia of adoptable animals within the five boroughs of New York City by addressing the animal crisis at its sourcein the heart of the city's local communities.
Recognizing that many of the most serious overpopulation and animal health crises arise in neighborhoods with limited access to veterinary care and animal care education, the ASPCA brings spay/neuter services directly to such communities.
What to do if you are involved in an accident
Learn how to qualify for Workers' Compensation
What to do if you are a victim of a hit-and-run accident and are left with injuries
How to fill out a petition for administrative review (PAR) with DHCR
What to do if you’re facing an eviction
Senior citizens, elected officials and supporters of all ages will rally on Saturday, March 19th to speak out against the proposed closing of senior centers. Please invite friends, family and neighbors of all ages. Download the flyer here.
Senator Peralta and Queens County District Attorney Richard Brown invite you to attend a series of workshop on issues affecting high school students - gang violence, dating, domestic violence and teen pregnancy.
Students, parents, educators, clergy and community advocates are encouraged to attend.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Senator Peralta will be holding a breakfast with clergy members to discuss identifying, treating and preventing domestic violence in our community.
Representatives from Safe Horizon, Queens District Attorneys' Office, New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and others will provide information concerning resources and services available for victims of domestic violence.