The Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) continues to affect our everyday lives. We know you have questions, worries, and fears about the current situation and its impact in the future. We want to inform you that whatever challenges you are facing, or you may have in the future, we are always here to promote your health and quality of life.
As we adapt to the changes slowly, you can guarantee that we will always continue to support your well-being and safety. We have prepared safety measures to follow, and we are coordinating with local health authorities to monitor and mitigate the spread of the disease. With your cooperation and support, we know we can move on and overcome these trying times together.
As we approach a new year, we at Eprine would like to take a moment to appreciate the holiday season and the sense of togetherness that it brings. This December, Eprine Community Services put together a toy drive to donate goods, such as toys, notebooks, and even iPads, to those in need within our communities. … Continue readingRead More ›
We will soon be holding a toy drive here at Eprine this upcoming holiday season! With Christmas just around the corner, our mission is to ensure as many children receive well-earned gifts as possible under the Christmas tree. We all fondly remember the Holiday season and eagerly waiting for the night to come that you … Continue readingRead More ›
This past Tuesday, October 4th, Eprine joined Nassau County Senator Thomas at the Senior Health Fair to learn and speak on behalf of the many health-related programs available in the community. The discussions were meaningful and by the end of it, we walked away with new insight into all the services that need more attention … Continue readingRead More ›
Today, October the 3rd, marks the beginning of a nationwide Customer Service week! As 2022 marks the 31st year that companies across the country are celebrating this occasion, we work to embrace the value that customer service members and frontline workers provide for their companies. Eprine would like to thank all its customer service members … Continue readingRead More ›
“Eprine found my son a great fit that made him feel comfortable,” says Nancy Tannis, mother of Ian Campbell and one of the first patients here at Eprine. According to her, Eprine matched her son Ian to a caregiver who fit like a glove. Her story is not alone, as she, like hundreds of other … Continue readingRead More ›
The term “essential worker” was not created during Covid-19. It’s a term that describes those who are needed to do their job no matter the state of the world. What happens when doing your job can turn into risking your life? The best thing is to not panic. Even though it may feel like others … Continue readingRead More ›