Manorville Chamber of Commerce PO Box 232, Manorville, NY11949 The Manorville Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization that provides services to local businesses. These…More include networking events, directory listings and marketing opportunities.
Aid to the Developmentally Disabled 901 E Main St, Riverhead, NY11901 Established in 1980, Aid to the Developmentally Disabled is a non-profit organization geared at providing care and…More services for the mentally and developmentally disabled. This location on Main St. in Riverhead is one of 23 on the East End. Services here include housing programs, vocational training, 24-hour oversight, and other programs depending on each case. Aid to the Developmentally Disabled is funded through the New York State Office of Mental Health and Office for People With Developmental Disabilities.
Riverhead Business Alliance 215 Roanoke Ave, Riverhead, NY11901 The Riverhead Business Alliance is a non-profit organization that represents local businesses and local government…More alike. It helps the business community have a cohesive voice. The RBA informs business members of pending or proposed changes in local legislation in addition to working with local government to foster a relationship with the business community.
Timothy Hill Children's Ranch 298 Middle Rd, Riverhead, NY11901 Timothy Hill Children's Ranch is a non-profit, faith-based, safe haven for boys and young men coming from families in…More crises. Situated on 73 acres on Middle Road, the ranch has the capability to host 30 boys and men, ranging from ages 10 to 21, to full-time residential treatment. In addition to full-time treatment, Timothy Hill Children's Ranch also offers counseling, summer day camp, and access to a Christian retreat center located in Western Massachusetts. The ranch was founded in 1980, in memory to Jerry and Fern Hill's son Timothy, who wished to one day help homeless children.
Hallockville Museum Farm is a non-profit (501 (c)3) organization which offers tours, summer camps, educational…More programs for children, barn and site rentals, craft fairs and festivals. Focusing on agricultural roots, Hallockville Musem Farm is a Riverhead landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places that is comprised of 28 acres along with 19 historic houses, barns and outbuildings that date back from the mid 18th century Hallock Homestead to the Depression-era Cichanowicz Farmhouse.
Visitors are welcome to tour the museum's buildings, gardens and collections, experience real farming in the museum's fields and meet Hallockville's friendly cows, sheep and chickens.
Hallockville serves as an educational resource for all age groups to raise awareness about Eastern Long Island's agricultural heritage.