The Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc.
Providing Services & Programs to
Long Island Suffolk County Communities
For Over 50 Years!
Town of Brookhaven Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP)
Brookhaven residents who have experienced financial hardships due to COVID-19 and are behind in their rent or utilities may be eligible for financial assistance through ERAP.
The EOC-Suffolk Has Been Awarded
The "Supportive Services for Veteran Families" Grant
From The United States Department of Veteran Affairs
The EOC of Suffolk is Able to Better Provide Assistance
To Veterans & Their Families Throughout Suffolk County
Community Assistance For:
Child & Adult Protective Services
Foster Care Services
Child Care Services
Safe Haven Programs
and many more...
Some of The Services & Programs Available:
Montauk Child Care
and more ...
Welcome To The Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc.
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.
Through funding from the federal Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) program, the Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc. is offering financial assistance to eligible Suffolk County residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The funding originates from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
We Can Help Low-Income Brookhaven Residents Impacted by COVID-19 Assist With Rental Arrears, or if Homeless,
Move Into Permanent Housing
Town of Brookhaven residents who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible to receive financial assistance to move into permanent housing or financial assistance with rental arrears. To qualify, applicants must demonstrate that they can continue to maintain their housing independently after receiving financial assistance. The funds originate from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Emergency Solutions Grants program, which assists those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless because of job loss, wage reduction, illness, or other hardships associated with COVID-19. Applicants’ household income must not exceed 50 percent of the HUD area median income, which is $63,300 for a family of four.
To find out if you are eligible, contact Jose Veliz, Director of Family Development, at 631-842-6100, ext. 1 or firstname.lastname@example.org.