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About Us


BiasHELP is a program of LINCS (The Long Island Network of Community Services, Inc.).

Mission Statement

BiasHELP is a program dedicated to prevention of bias crimes, hate-related harassment, bullying, technobullying/cyberbullying and discrimination. Located on Long Island, BiasHELP provides programs and services locally, regionally and nationally. BiasHELP considers an action to be discriminatory when a person or group is targeted, in whole or in part, because of their perceived differences, including race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, religion, age, disability or sexual orientation. 

BiasHELP’s programs include prevention education, community and school-based technical assistance, support of aggressive public policies that ensure human rights protections and effective media responses to current social issues.


60 Adams Avenue
Suite 102
Hauppauge, NY 11788

Office Phone




Toll-Free Hotline

1-877-END-BIAS (363-2427)
Live Operators 9:00AM-5:00PM, Monday-Friday
Spanish operator available


Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today released a new video message about the need to extend marriage equality to all New Yorkers.
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Age Discrimination / Seniors / Youth Anti-Hate Bullying / Cyberbullying Diversity Faith-Based Gender Issues GLBTQ / Sexuality HIV / AIDS Individuals with Disabilities Media & Political Minority Populations / Civil Rights

Diversity Training

Dignity for All Students Act

Olweus Bullying Prevention Program Long IslandOlweus
Bullying Prevention Program
The The World's foremost Bullying Prevention Program proven to reduce bullying behavior.

Mirror Images logoMirror Images DVDThe DVD series geared towards helping people understand the challenges and promise of diversity in America.

Diversity Done Right logoDiversity Done RightDiversity Done Right with the ground-breaking Mirror Images series as its centerpiece, are participant centered, unifying, experiential and designed for maximum impact with measurable results.

Event Calendar

Memoirs of Motherhood: Connecting Through Our Stories
Thursdays from 10:00am-12:00pm
Call 631.627.8686 for more information
Bridges to Justice: Connecting through Our Stories
Every other Wednesday from 10:00am-12:00pm
Call 631.627.8686 for more information

Chef's Secrets 10
Mark your calendar for a food and beverage celebration of the highest caliber as several top chefs prepare their award-winning signature dishes right in front of your eyes. This open-style presentation will feature a sumptuous array of tasting stations with suggested Thanksgiving appetizers, entrees, side dishes, and desserts with an ethnic flair. Best of all, these culinary artists will divulge their secrets for serving up fine cuisine celebrated with a sense of occasion.
Free Citizenship Classes: Tuesdays or Thursdays, 631-654-4700 ext 248
Patchogue-Medford Library
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The Case for Reparations - The Atlantic May 23rd, 2014 18:23:37 EDT -0400

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Indian woman appeals to New York court to review employment discrimination case against Sedgwick Claims - The American Bazaar February 11th, 2016 13:25:58 EST -0500

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Police Investigating Brooklyn Stabbing as Possible Hate Crime - NBC New York February 10th, 2016 17:29:37 EST -0500

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Donald Trump Field Organizer Accuses Campaign of Sex Discrimination - New York Times January 31st, 2016 15:06:54 EST -0500

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Attack on Transgender Woman on Subway Investigated as Bias Crime: NYPD - NBC New York February 10th, 2016 18:01:53 EST -0500

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Obama bullied bank to pay racial settlement without proof: report - New York Post February 7th, 2016 06:01:36 EST -0500

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Black New York Army National Guard Officer faced discrimination and overcame it in 1964 - DVIDS (press release) February 9th, 2016 15:54:43 EST -0500

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Eighth-graders asked if they were gay during bullying workshop - New York Post January 22nd, 2016 10:19:55 EST -0500

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Eataly sued by 'gringo' ex-cook for discrimination - New York Post January 27th, 2016 18:58:23 EST -0500

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Gay man sues Brooklyn hospital for discrimination, claims he was ignored and ridiculed by homophobic employees - New York Daily News February 4th, 2016 19:36:36 EST -0500

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Disability-related cases were most common discrimination in New York City in 2015 - January 21st, 2016 17:01:02 EST -0500

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Hillary's henchwomen have a dirty secret - New York Post February 10th, 2016 01:25:06 EST -0500

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Canada: Discrimination in Funding Plan for Aboriginal Children - New York Times January 26th, 2016 20:40:23 EST -0500

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New York man facing hate crime charges in mugging of armless teen - WTVD-TV February 4th, 2016 11:42:00 EST -0500

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