We believe that people with disabilities have the same right to pursue their aspirations, dreams, and desires as people without disabilities.

People with disabilities have the right to live their life as they see fit and engage in the lifestyle of their choice.

People with disabilities are entitled to struggle against any force that tries to deny them access to health or wellness services, housing, employment, personal relationships, intimacy, financial security, education, spiritual expression, and cultural enrichment.

Long Life staff and volunteers stand by people who “self-identify” as having a disability and believe they are part of the diversity that is New York and will fight against ableism and marginalization at every turn.

Worklink Supported Employment Program

Habilitation

Affordable Supported Housing

Low Income Housing Advocacy

Community Economic Development

Medical Services

Education Services

Early Intervention Services for Infants and Toddlers

Educational Services for School-Age Children

Protecting and promoting the human rights of people with disabilities.
Telephone Number
718.778.0009
Mail
info@longlifeny.org
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Kalahari Garden Gallery

The Kalahari Gallery is a social enterprise that provides an outlet for artistic expression. We sponsor art shows and music performances. Art classes and art shows exhibit the creative abilities of people with and without disabilities.

Kalahari Karaoke

Don’t miss the FUN! Karaoke night at the Kalahari Gallery is a great way to involve the entire family in some exciting entertainment. Free to pre-registered individuals who self-identify as having a disability.

Jazz and the Spoken Word

Long Life is a proud member of the Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium. As part of the Central Brooklyn Jazz Festival during the month of April, we sponsor a free showcase of musical and poetic talents at Brooklyn Borough Hall.

Jazzy Monday

Every Monday from 7pm-11pm Long Life sponsors the Jazzy Monday Concert Series at the Kalahari Gallery. People with disabilities are always admitted free with pre-registration. Premier Brooklyn musicians entertain community residents with the smooth sound of jazz and spoken words. Open Mic every 1st Monday Musicians are free at the 1st Monday Jam Session. 917 757-0170
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