Community Resources
  • Abiding Presence Lutheran Church
    4 Trescott Path, Fort Salonga, NY 11768
    Abiding Presence Lutheran Church is a religious institution providing worship, fellowship, choir, confirmation classes,More a preschool for kids 2 - 5, youth and adult education and retreats, outreach programs and more.
  • Alcyone Lodge 695
    162 Main St, Northport, NY 11768
    The Suffolk Masonic District is located in Suffolk County, New York State's easternmost county. This lodge is located onMore Main Street in Northport. Meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month at 8pm.
  • American Recycling Technologies Inc
    2 Verton Ct, East Northport, NY 11731
    American Recycling Technologies collects clothing in the drop off bins located in the parking lots of many supermarketsMore and stores. A percentage of all proceeds is donated to the charities listed on the bin.
  • Atria Senior, Retirement and Supported-Living Community
    10 Cheshire Pl, East Northport, NY 11731

    Atria East Northport is one of 120 locations nationwide. It provides a wide range of options and variety of servicesMore for senior citizens to allow them to live independently. Services include assistance with daily tasks, such as managing medication regimens, bathing and dressing. It also offers short-term stays following surgery or other hospital events as well as vacation visits. Atria East Northport has facilities specifically for those experiencing memory loss, Alzheimer's or dementia. 

    The community is located on a 12.9-acre parcel in a building that formerly housed the Larkfield School, one of the Northport-East Northport Union Free School District's properties. The district sold it in 1982. 

    Monthly costs range from under $3,000 for a shared bedroom to just under $5,000 for a studio. 

    Services provided in the community include a beautician and barber, laundry, housekeeping, social activities and computer access. 

  • Bittersweet Bereavement & Counseling Services
    15 Conifer Ct, Northport, NY 11768
    Bittersweet Bereavement & Counseling Services is the practice of Bobbie Comforto in Northport. Ms. Comforto is aMore social worker who serves the surrounding areas. Call her office for more information on her practice.
  • Cedar Road Park
    180 Cedar Rd, East Northport, NY 11731
    Cedar Road Park offers a playground, softball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, soccer fields, handball courtsMore and a rollerblading path. A comfort station with restrooms is located on site.
  • CenterFood Co-op
    Centerport, Centerport, NY 11721
    CenterFood Co-op is a grassroots movement that focuses on providing affordable healthy foods and natural products to theMore Centerport community. This co-op supports organic, local and sustainable practices and strives to provide members with better food prices, ingredients, natrual products and food selection services. Visit this co-ops website for more information about their practices and services, as well as information about upcoming events and meetings and how to join the co-op.
  • Christ Lutheran Church
    189 Burr Rd, East Northport, NY 11731

    Christ Lutheran Church is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. It celebrates 50 years of ministryMore in 2010, having been founded in 1960. 

    The church has a handbell choir, youth group, community outreach and more.

    The Reverend James Watrud has been the pastor since August 15, 1985.


  • East Northport Christian Church
    130 Vernon Valley Rd, East Northport, NY 11731

    Adult bible study is held at the church on Sundays at 9:30.  Worship takes place at 10:30am. The service at theMore East Northport Christian Church is in a contemporary style that features a live band with a keyboard, guitars, drums and more.

    Children's nursery available during service.

    Church performs outreach services in the community and an all-woman bible study as well. 

  • East Northport Jewish Center
    328 Elwood Rd, East Northport, NY 11731

    The East Northport Jewish Center was formed in 1955 when several local residents joined together with a similar ideaMore of having a center and shul in this quickly growing area. After being located temporarily at several addresses in both Northport and East Northport, the community moved to its current home. Now, the center is home to sisterhood and men's clubs, youth groups, religious education and more.


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