How we implement our services

    Direct Individualized Services 

​Through mediation, negotiation and representation, specially trained attorneys and paraprofessionals insure that individuals receive the maximum  service to which they are entitled to under the law.


​For Students 

Education Advocacy  BIRTH- 21     

The LIAC will help you with solutions to school problems such as discipline, truancy,suspensions, residency disputes and inappropriate placements.


What We Do...


How we implement our services

Education and Outreach

Outreach and trainings in relevant laws, regulations and advocacy skills to family members, students, educators, probation officers and other professionals.


​Special Education Support and Service Coordination 

Information, referral, technical and individual support services empowering families that are struggling with the special education process.



FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES

Access to Independence  

The LIAC provides service coordination, assistance in obtaining vocational rehabilitation services and appropriate programs. 

"Instances of juvenile delinquency and school drop-outs have greatly reduced, saving taxpayer dollars."

​nassau County

Herricks Comunity Ctr.

999 Herricks Road

New Hyde Park, NY 11040

Phone: 516.248.2222 

Fax: 516.248.2290

Suffolk County

490 Wheeler Road

Suite 165 C

Hauppauge, NY 11788

Phone: 631.234.0467

Fax: 631.234.4069

free webinar series starting november 10

For families and professionals

Knowledge and Resources 

The LIAC  provides outreach and trainings in relevant laws, regulations, and advocacy skills to family members, students, educators, probation officers and other professionals.


"As a result of LIAC's 

intervention, individuals have achieved self-respect, independent, and economic self sufficiency." 

The Long Island Advocacy Center, Inc. (THE LIAC) is a private non-for-profit agency dedicated to
protecting the legal rights of students and individuals with disabilities 
Link to informacion en espanol
Long Island Advocacy Center Logo for the legal rights of students and individuals with disabilities

Nassau: 516.248.2222  

Suffolk:  631.234.0467

​info@theliac.org 


The liac.org 

BBB Accredited Charity