Tri Community and Youth Agency Projects

Tri Community and Youth Agency has locations at three sites.
310 West Hill Road serves South Huntington School District
809 New York Avenue serves Huntington School District
The Youth Center at Cold Spring Harbor High School serves Cold Spring Harbor School District

Project N.E.W.

Nutrition Empowerment and Wellness

Many families who are new to the United States are often misinformed about nutrition and the efficacy of food related products. Presently in the U.S. there is an obesity epidemic that can be a cause for bad health.

Providing correct nutritional education and information will empower and help families maintain healthy lifestyles.

Project N.E.W. is a special project that serves the families within Huntington and Huntington Station by providing nutrition and health education.

Staff helps families by providing the nutritional education as well as any other referrals or help with resources that will address their needs. Information will be kept confidential and will be provided in English and Spanish.

Our mission is to outreach and engage families interested in nutrition education to increase their knowledge of nutrition, health and other services and programs that will enrich their lives.

C.A.S.T.

Project C.A.S.T. (Community and Schools Together) is a community intervention project. C.A.S.T. is designed to help at-risk youth make positive choices through educating and empowering youth and their families. Project C.A.S.T. is an outgrowth of the Town of Huntington

Supervisor's Gang Prevention Task Force composed of law enforcement, schools, elected officials, The Huntington Youth Bureau, local community youth agencies and mental health agencies and community members.

About C.A.S.T.

The purpose of C.A.S.T. is to provide intensive outreach and case management to at-risk youth in grades 5 through 9 and their families in the Town of Huntington.

The C.A.S.T. workers are available evenings and after school as well as during school hours to provide support to these youth and their families in the form of counseling, connection to area resources, and follow-ups with home and school.

The C.A.S.T. program is provided free of charge to youth and their families.

 

C.A.S.T. strive to provide:

The goals of C.A.S.T. are to provide youth in the program with positive alternatives including:

  • Referrals to more positive alternative programs.
  • Assistance in utilizing resources and services in the community
  • Advocacy Services
  • Improved school attendance.
  • Tools to increase grades.
  • Tools to improve social skills.
  • Training to act as mentors/buddies to newer participants.
  • Increased Leadership skills.