The Challenge Activities Ropes Experience (C.A.R.E.) program of The Long Island Home is a non-traditional, experiential approach to building individual and team growth. The state-of-the-art course is easily accessible, centrally located on the Nassau/Suffolk border on the beautiful grounds of The Long Island Home.

The Project C.A.R.E. program has been designed to help children and adolescents develop self-esteem, confidence and trust in one’s self and others. The Corporate C.A.R.E. program provides an opportunity for today’s workforce to rejuvenate themselves outside of the workplace.

Donate to the John E. McGorry Memorial Fund

A Smoke-Free Environment
Effective July 1, 2008, The Long Island Home campus is officially a Smoke-Free Facility. This includes all parking lots and parked cars on campus. We thank you for your cooperation.

The Career and Educational Counseling Center at South Oaks Hospital Recognizes Business Community
Employers cited for outstanding support of students with special needs

The Career and Educational Counseling Center At South Oaks Hospital Hosts 16th Annual Disability Awareness Conference


LeadingAge Honors Broadlawn Manor, South Oaks Board Chairman
Robert F. Rose receives Trustee of the Year Award from prestigious non-profit organization

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - Financial Literacy Gets a Reboot by South Oaks Hospital and Capital One Bank at Sanford H. Calhoun High School, Bellmore-Merrick


The Long Island Home Joins North Shore-LIJ Health System


Suffolk County Prevention Resource Center
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