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Together We Can Build a More Just, Inclusive, Safe, and Welcoming East End for All.

OLA supports local, state, and national policies that benefit immigrants, making our communities stronger and changing the lives of the East End Latinos we serve.

By joining us in marches and rallies, speaking at Town Board meetings, signing petitions, writing to legislators, and helping us share information on social media, you make a difference in people’s lives. Please call, write, or follow OLA on Facebook and Instagram to stay informed about how you can participate in local actions.


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  • Are You Registered to Vote?
    2022 is an important election year.
    Election Day is November 8, 2022
    2022 is an important election year.
    Election Day is November 8, 2022
    If you are a naturalized or US-born citizen, OLA urges you to vote in local, state, and federal elections this year. Remember: If you are 16 or 17 years old, you can pre-register to vote, so that when you turn 18, you’ll be all set!
  • Join OLA in thanking Assemblyman Fred Thiele
    Fred Thiele supports immigrant rights!
    Please call him at (631) 537-2583
    Fred Thiele supports immigrant rights!
    Please call him at (631) 537-2583
    Join OLA in thanking Assemblyman Fred Thiele for cosponsoring the New York for All bill in the state legislature to protect immigrants and keep families together. Assemblyman Thiele also supports the Excluded Workers Fund, NY Coverage for All, and increasing legal services funding for immigrants.


Thank you for taking the time to complete this important, completely anonymous survey.  We understand that completing this survey might raise painful memories of traumatic events.  Please know it’s fine to skip questions or to set this aside and come back to it later.


OLA has been working with the families and victims of child sexual assault and abuse for over 5 years. We have identified gaps in the system that either stop victims and families from coming forward to report these crimes or create confusion about how reports are processed afterwards. We have found that these gaps can be challenging and damaging to all victims, regardless of their race/ethnicity, and they need to be addressed with survivors leading the conversation.


The goal of this survey is to work in collaboration with other organizations and institutions to create an East End commitment to best practices that will allow child victims and families to feel fully supported, respected, and communicated with during every phase of the legal process, with links to mental and emotional support throughout.


We encourage you to take care of your safety and wellbeing.  If you are in crisis or need help, please contact: 911 or local police, VIBES at 631-360-3730, and/or OLA at 631-899-3441 or any other trusted advocacy organization.

Please base your answers on the experience of only one person. After submitting this survey, if you would like to start a new one about the experience of another person, we invite you to do so.

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