Huntington – Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci thanked New York State
Senator John Flanagan for securing $10,000 in State aid to help support the
Huntington Sanctuary Project, which serves at-risk youth in the Town.
“The Town thanks Senator Flanagan for his ongoing support,” said
Supervisor Lupinacci. “More at-risk kids will now be able to access much-needed
services from the Sanctuary Project, which can produce life-changing results.”
“The Huntington Sanctuary Project is essential in
providing young people in our area with much-needed assistance when they are at
their most vulnerable and when they may have no one else to turn to. I applaud
the Huntington Youth Bureau and Supervisor Lupinacci for being there for these
young men and women and am glad to help them continue their important mission
with this program,” stated Senator Flanagan.
As part of the Town’s Youth Bureau, the Huntington
Sanctuary Project provides crisis intervention, hotline services, individual,
group, and family counseling, parenting groups, independent living programs and
short-term emergency housing for at-risk youth, ages 12-21, in the Town of
The $10,000 in state aid will offset the cost of operating
expenses such as program supplies, educational materials, and the hotline.
Sanctuary Project has been serving youth since 1978. All services
are free of charge, confidential, and open to Huntington township residents.
For additional information on programs and services offered by
Huntington Sanctuary Project, please call (631) 271-2183. The Huntington
Hotline is available 24/7 at (631) 549-8700.
Attachment: Huntington Sanctuary Project Logo.