Brotherhoods After-School Child Care Program is offered for
children ages 5 to 12, five days a week from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
during the academic year. During the summer months the program is
offered from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
13 to 17 years old group the program is provided for between the
hours of 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the
works with the schools attended by the youth to coordinate the learning
process. Special attention is given to helping the students complete
their homework assignments.
Brotherhood runs with the support of the Nassau County Department
of Senior Citizen Affairs a Nutrition Program every Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday for 80 seniors. These seniors come primarily from the
Rockville Centre area with additional participants from Oceanside,
Baldwin, Lynbrook and Freeport.
provides recreational and informative actives. Specialized social
services, including information and referrals, translation of documents,
housing referrals, immigration as well as legal representation in
counseling and assistance in resolving housing problems for individuals
and families faced with landlord/tenant crises, mortgage default,
homelessness, and those who need pre-rental and pre-purchase counseling
to find suitable affordable housing. Included in the landlord/tenant
crises are rights and responsibilities, rent payment, increases,
services and eviction.
bona fide allegations of housing discrimination on behalf of victims
of discrimination whose rights under the U.S. Fair Housing Act have
been violated and to bring appropriate judicial or administrative
action. We provide advice and information regarding U.S. Housing
and Urban Development Section 8 programs and federally assisted
and State laws prohibit discrimination in housing based on race,
religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, familial status
or disability. If you suspect unlawful discrimination in your efforts
to rent, purchase, finance, or reside in housing in the Long Island
area, or if you need housing counseling or additional information
about fair housing laws, please contact our agency.
SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
of resettlement services are provided to the latino community by
our bi-lingual, bi-cultural staff such as: Employment counseling,
applications for entitlement programs, Social Security information,
translations, immigration and naturalization counseling and emergency
the year the Hispanic Brotherhood performs various services for
the Latino population of Rockville Centre, Lynbrook, Baldwin, Oceanside,
we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with luncheons and festivities.
Every Thanksgiving we give out food and over 150 turkeys for the
needy Latino families of Rockville Centre and the surrounding areas.
a Christmas Toy Drive that starts off in December and ends with
our Three Kings Celebration in January. In attendance at our Celebration
are over 200 children up to the age of 12 that are able to receive
hold an Annual Scholarship Dinner every April to raise funds for
scholarships for deserving Latino students in the Rockville Centre
we hold our Annual Scholarship Dinner to be awarded to deserving
students in the Rockville Centre School District. These scholarships
are to be used for books or other cost of living items in college.
Proof of registration from the students college is required.
Minimum average grade required is 80 and up.
funding sources are: New York State Division of Housing & Community
Renewal, Nassau County Youth Board, CASA, Nassau County Dept. of
Senior Citizen Affairs, United Way, and local places of worship.
Brotherhood of Rockville Centre, Inc.
59 Clinton Avenue, Rockville Centre, New York 11570
Phone: (516) 766-6610