Counseling Center




Our Mission:

The Counseling Program is designed to assist students with their academic, social and emotional development. This function can best be effected by the combined efforts of the administration, faculty, pupil personnel, parents and the students themselves. The counseling role encompasses the total school population and program. This role becomes a specific one since counselors are collating and interpreting information about individual students for the student, parents, faculty and the administration. The highest obligation is to recognize the worth and dignity of each student and to provide an education which will lead to his/her full development. Counselors have the responsibility to open horizons and point out opportunities for students. In order to help individual students recognize their own worth and thus be in a better position to make decisions and to assume responsibility for their lives, the Counseling Center places a premium on knowing individual students.

  • Guidance Plan:
  • The Babylon Jr/Sr Guidance Plan is designed to be a resource for members of the Babylon Central School District Counseling Department and the Babylon Central School District educational community. The plan supports the overall mission of the School District by promoting student achievement, college and career planning, and personal and social development for every student. Babylon school counselors, using their leadership, advocacy, teaming and collaboration, and data driven decision making skills, will ensure that every student will have access to a quality and equitable education. This plan is aligned with the Common Core Learning Standards, the New York State School Counselor Association’s Model Comprehensive K-12 School Counseling Program, the American School Counselor association National Standards for Students and enhanced with practical ideas for activities and assessments.

    It is recognized that the development of any program is a process of continuous improvement. This plan assumes that the use of data as a powerful planning tool makes school counseling programs more effective. A properly implemented program focuses school resources on student achievement and increases collaboration between educational professionals within schools.

    The Counseling Plan is currently being updated and will be available soon.

  • Community Referral List:
  • Agency Name

    Services Provided

    Contact Information

    Phone Number/Address

    St. Joseph R.C. Church

    Holiday Help, Food Pantry

    Mon. Wed. Fri
    9:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m.

    (631) 669-4544
    39 N. Carll Ave.
    Babylon, NY 11702

    United Methodist Church

    Holiday Help, Food Pantry

    Call for times.

    (631) 661-5151
    21 James St.
    Babylon, NY 11702

    Our Lady of Grace

    Holiday Help, Food Pantry

    Please call the day before coming.

    (631) 661-9354
    666 Albin Ave.
    West Babylon, NY 11702

    Salvation Army Family Store and Donation Center

    Holiday Gifts, Family Store


    (631) 669-1354
    227 Little East Neck Rd.
    West Babylon, NY 11702

    Long Island Cares

    Food Banks

    (631) 582-FOOD

    The Mike Greene Great Guy Foundation

    Financial assistance to families going through a crisis

    Please fill out application, located on their website.

    Mail application to:
    P.O. Box 266
    Babylon, NY 11702

    Mike Greene Great Kids

    Financial assistance with sports registration fees and equipment

    Jean Hannon


    Lions Club

    Eye glasses

    School Nurse at the Grade School

    Nina Burke

    SUNY Farmingdale Dental Clinic

    Dental hygiene care made available at a nominal cost($15/child $25/adult)

    Dental Hygiene care center
    (631) 420-2128
    Call for appointment

    Farmingdale State College
    Gleason Hall
    Room 108
    2350 Broad Hollow Road
    Farmingdale, NY 11735

    Catholic Charities of L.I.

    Emergency financial aid, clothing and toys

    (516) 733-7000

    90  Cherry Lane
    Hicksville, NY 11801

    Babylon Youth Bureau

    Free individual and family counseling

    Claire McKeon

    (631) 422-7660
    281 Phelps Lane
    North Babylon, 11703

    Parents for Megan’s Law

    Free Counseling for victims of sexual assault and violent crimes

    Helpline (631) 689-2672

    Offices in Ronkonkoma and Patchogue


    Camp Good Grief

    Free summer camp for children who are grieving the loss of a loved one

    Angela Byrns,
    Children’s Bereavement Coordinator


    (631) 288-8400
    481 Westhampton-Riverhead Rd.
    Westhampton Beach, NY 11978

    North Shore Holiday House

    Free Summer Camp for Girls 8-12


    (631) 427-7630
    74 Huntington Rd.
    Huntington, NY 11743

    Babylon Youth Project

    HW help, afterschool activities, summer field trips, Friday movie nights

    (631) 587-7117

    147 North Carll Avenue
    Babylon, New York
    M-F 2:30-6:30

    Project Warmth

    Emergency Heating Assistance


    M-F 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.


    In person and over the phone counseling for caregivers or children dealing with family member with cancer or bereavement

    (516) 364-8130

    6800 Jericho Tpke
    Suite 120W
    Syosset, NY 11791

    Toys for Tots

    Suffolk County DSS

    (631) 962-1631

    25 Baiting Hollow Road
    Farmingdale, NY 11735
    (631) 962-1631

    Rotary Club - Rotacare

    Free healtcare

    RotaCare is open two days each week. Patients are seen every Monday, the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month and the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of the month during the following hours:


    Mondays:  12:30 – 3:30pm
    Tuesdays:  1:30- 3:30pm
    Thursdays:  3:30 – 5:30pm
    RotaCare is NOT a walk-in facility. Patients must call 516.539.9834 to schedule an appointment in advance.

    Immunization Action Program

    Suffolk county runs monthly clinics

    (631) 854-0222

    Suffolk County Department of Health
    3500 Sunrise Hwy Suite 124
    P.O. Box 9006
    Great River, NY 11739

    Helping Hands Rescue Mission

    Coordinates holiday meals, toys and more.  Free coats, mittens, sweaters, hats and gloves to those in need.

    (631) 351-6996

    225 Broadway
    Huntington Station, NY 11746

    F.E.G.S Health & Human Services

    Holiday assistance by volunteers.  Food drives, baskets of groceries, gifts, will deliver to those in need

    (516) 496-7550

    6900 Jericho Turnpike Suite 309
    Syosset NY 11791






  • Scholarship Information:
    Scholarship applications are available on the website and in the Counseling Center.

    In order to allow for processing time, please note that applications that require transcripts and/or recommendations or must be mailed to the scholarship organization, must be returned to the Counseling Center at least ten days prior to the due date listed on the application.

    Scholarship applications will updated on website periodically as they are received.

    - Doctors of Tomorrow Scholarship Program

    - Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship

    - Ron Brown Scholar Program

    - The American Heritage Scholarship - Island Christian Church

    - Suffolk Federal Scholarship

    - Ryder University Scholarship

    - Greater LI Running Club Scholarship

    - Mayor Conroy Scholarship

    - PTSA Babylon Scholarship

    - Babylon Breast Cancer Coalition Scholars

    - American History Hon. Peter Fox Cohalan

    - NYWEA Scholarship

    - Suffolk County Athletic Trainers Assoc


    Updated on 1/22/17




    Criteria:  Scholarship information is available in the Counseling Center and
                    on the college/university website.


    - Molloy College Scholarship

    - Wace Scholarships