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Welcome To The Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to promote a goal of self-sufficiency by broadening the minds of children, revitalizing communities, and assisting families and children in need through the provision of services and to coordinate available federal, state, local and private resources.

The Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc. is proud to have been named a “Top Long Island Work Place” by Newsday.

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EOC News

Exam Fee Waiver Available for
Suffolk County Police
Correction Officer Tests

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Speaker Heastie Continues
Statewide Tour in Long Island
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Thinking About a Career in Law Enforcement?
The next scheduled Suffolk County Police Department test is June 15, 2019. The filing deadline is April 3, 2019.

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Applicants needs to be at least 19 and no more than 34 years old. Those with active military duty may deduct up to six years from their age to meet the maximum age requirement. No college is required -- just graduation from a standard senior high school or an equivalency diploma. Click the link below for a complete list of qualifications and a link to the application.

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The EOC of Suffolk, Inc. proudly receives a grant from Bank of America.The Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc. proudly received a $200,000 grant from Bank of America as part of its Neighborhood Builders® grant program.

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Pictured from left: Songhi Davis, C.F.O., EOC of Suffolk, Inc.; Adrian Fassett, C.E.O., EOC of Suffolk, Inc.;Robert Isaksen, Long Island Market President, Bank of America; Sondra Palmer Randall, Board Chair, EOC of Suffolk, Inc., and Charles Fox Jr., Senior Coordinator for Community Services at the EOC of Suffolk, Inc.

Congratulations to Magali Román, Program Coordinator of the Community Based Initiative at EOC of Suffolk, for being recently honored by both the Long Island Women's Conference and by Pronto Long Island. Enlarge photo.

2018 Dellacave Award Winners

Central Islip High School senior Alexandrea Harriott and Ward Melville High School senior Zach Hobbes were recently honored with the Butch Dellecave Award

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at a ceremony held on June 10, 2018 at Villa Lombardi’s in Holbrook. Named in memory of the legendary educator, official, and coach Gaetano “Butch” Dellecave, the award is the product of a highly successful 18-year partnership between local school districts in Suffolk County and the award organizers: the Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, the Butch Dellecave Foundation, and Newsday. Pictured: Dellecave Award winners Alexandrea Harriott and Zach Hobbes with, from left, Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk C.E.O. Adrian Fassett, and Dellecave Foundation Co-Directors Guy Dellecave and Mark Dellecave. Download the Newsday story View Event Photos

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The EOC of Suffolk's
2017 Annual Report

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An Assessment of Community Needs in Suffolk County, NY - 2017

An Assessment of Community Needs
in Suffolk County, NY - 2017

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The EOC of Suffolk, Inc. attended an affair hosted by The Collision Center

On March 6, 2018, The Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc. attended an affair hosted by The Collision Centers in association with Driving 4 Changes Foundation. Download a pdf of the certificates presented.

Community Action Resources

The National Community Action Foundation seeks to ensure the federal government honorsThe National Association for State Community Services Programs (NASCSP)New York State Community Action AssociationCommunity Action Program Legal ServicesNational Community Action Partnership

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