The Sayville Project

The Sayville Project is a non-profit community based service provider sponsored by the School of Social Welfare, Stony Brook University. The Sayville Project provides field based care management supports and services to adults with severe and chronic physical and mental health conditions residing in the south shore and central Suffolk communities of Long Island. Working under the auspices of the New York State Department of Health, New York State Office of Mental Health, and the Suffolk County Division of Community Mental Hygiene, the Sayville Project has provided comprehensive care management support to those persons in most need for the last forty plus years, receiving both direct NYS and Medicaid funding to provide its care. Since the inception in 1979, and with the support and efforts of local community groups and leaders from Sayville, the Sayville Project has at its core mission the goal to provide advocacy, support and service to those in our community who are in most need, and to address the social determinants of health for the poor and marginalized in our community.

We have grown since our first days in 1979 to include the following services:

Sayville Project Compliance Code of Conduct & Policies Handbook

For more information, please contact:

The Sayville Project
640 Johnson Avenue, Suite 2
Bohemia, NY 11716
Phone: (631)-563-2290, Fax: (631)-563-2360

To refer an individual for services please contact:

Alison Auer, LMSW 
Care Management Supervisor
Phone: (631) 563-2290 ext. 246

We encourage your active participation and feedback concerning the services and programs that we offer to clients and members. Please contact our Director with any feedback or suggestions:

Bridget Baio, LMSW
Phone: (631) 563-2290 x-209