SBM Healthy Libraries Program
The Stony Brook Medicine Healthy Libraries Program (SBMHeLP) is a partnership between the Public Libraries of Suffolk County, a unique group of healthcare professionals and graduate student interns from the fields of social work, public health, nursing, nutrition and library science, working together to provide access to virtual healthcare related resources for public library patrons throughout Suffolk County. This partnership looks to enhance the health and well-being of Suffolk County residents through library programming, collection development and dissemination of information on current health topics impacting our communities. The program is supported in part by the American Heart Association of Long Island.
Healthy Hour will be scheduled from 12 pm – 1 pm on Tuesdays, every week.
Healthy hour is an open forum where patrons can come ask health questions.
Meet with representatives from Stony Brook Medicine’s Healthy Libraries Program to ask any health questions and get evidence-based health information. Follow the link below to join.
One on one virtual appointments:
Do you or a loved one need help: finding resources in your community, finding reliable health information, filling out paperwork for social services, finding housing? Do you have questions about medications or a health problem? Would you like to talk with someone? You can meet virtually with students training in public health, nursing and social work. Please contact them at them at 631-216-8220 to schedule an appointment or you can also register online.
For more information visit the SBMHeLp website: https://publichealth.stonybrookmedicine.edu/healthy_libraries_program