WNET (New York Public Media) has modified their programing to offer educational resources to students learning from home:
Expanded K-12 At-Home Learning Resources
Beginning Monday, we pre-empted our regular programming on WLIW21, our Long Island station, from 9am – 3pm to aid the needs of young students currently at home with "WLIW21 At Home Learning."
We also adjusted programming on our WLIW World station with "World At Home Learning" for students in grades 6-12.
Both of the station offerings have accompanying resources for educators and families available on wnet.org/education, including related learning assets from PBS Learning Media, a free online service of thousands of educational resources. For details, see our press release on these changes.
COVID Crisis Phone numbers to be aware of:
NYS COVID-19 Emotional Support Helpline: 1.844.863.9314
Disaster Distress Helpline: 1.800.985.5990
Long Island Crisis Center 24/7 Hotline: 516.679.1111
CADCA will be offering Webinars once a week from now until June on Wednesdays. The slides are available for the one they hosted last week (link below) as are the registration's for all the upcoming trainings.
Next Monday April 27th from 12pm to 1pm the Long Island Problem Gambling Resource Center will be hosting a free webinar on
Opioid Use Disorder & Gambling Disorder: https://nyproblemgambling.org/training/counselors/free-clinical-supervision-education-training-webinars/
The Northeast and Caribbean Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC) is hosting a Listening Session and 5 Strategic Discussion Series on Emerging Issues Around COVID-19 and Social Determinants of Health for the Substance Abuse Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Workforce. The first date is this Wednesday April 22nd at 2pm. View this link to register separately for each of these sessions: https://attcnetwork.org/centers/global-attc/sdh-and-covid-discussion-series