Slide September 16 | 12:00 Noon - 3:00PM | Garden City Hotel Celebrating 45 Years of Opening Doors to the Future for Long Island Children & Families REGISTER HERE Hispanic Counseling Center- Fall Luncheon - We Transform Lives REW CONNECT, TALK, HOPE, RELAX Click Here for More Info HCC is proud to announce that the agency has been awarded a FEMA grant to provide Covid-19 Crisis Counseling in Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Please see more details in the program flyer. NY Project Hope Jobs NOW HIRING! IMMEDIATE JOB OPENINGS AVAILABLE! Click Here for More Info View Services (English) Vea Servicios (Español) Hispanic Counseling Center continues to provide services to the community during this time.

Thank you to our Supporters!

The 2019 Annual Gala was a great success! HCC would like to thank our honorees, sponsors, underwriters and many guests for their generosity and participation. Your support of the Gala goes a long way to help HCC provide the "extra margin of excellence" in our programs and services!

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Thank You United Way of Long Island!

Thank you United Way! HCC is presented with a check for $20,000 from United Way of Long Island to support agency programming.