Affiliate Groups
United Cerebral Palsy – WEBSITE
Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State – WEBSITE
United Way of Long Island – WEBSITE


Federal Government and Agencies
Americans with Disabilities Act & Resources – WEBSITE
Health Care Financing Administration – WEBSITE
IRS Publication 907 Tax highlights for persons with disabilities –  WEBSITE
National Council on Disability –  WEBSITE
Search for Government Agencies –  WEBSITE
Social Security Online – WEBSITE
U.S. House of Representatives  – WEBSITE
U.S. Senate  –  WEBSITE


New York State Agencies
New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) WEBSITE
Commission on Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities – WEBSITE
New York State Department of Health WEBSITE
New York State Education Department WEBSITE
New York State WEBSITE
Parent to Parent of NYS. For families with special needs in New York State – WEBSITE
Self-Advocacy Association of NYS. Statewide non-profit organization for people with developmental disabilities WEBSITE
ACCES-VR Adult Career & Continuing Education Services-Vocational Rehabilitation (previously VESID) WEBSITE

Incident Management

The UCP-LI Incident Management staff monitor incidents to ensure timely and appropriate reporting, documentation, investigation, review and follow up. UCP-LI believes that effective incident management is a foundation to the provision of the highest quality services and care.  The links below provide access to information about incident management requirements which you may find helpful in understanding UCP-LI’s incident management process.

OPWDD Learning About Incidents Brochure- WEBSITE

OPWDD Part 624 Regulation – WEBSITE

Jonathan’s Law Brochure – WEBSITE 

OPWDD Incident Management Home – WEBSITE  

New York State Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs – WEBSITE   

UCP-LI’s Agency Incident Management Policy (coming soon)

To receive a hard copy of the above documents, please send a written request to:

Quality Assurance


250 Marcus Boulevard

Hauppauge NY 11788

Corporate Compliance

UCP of Long Island is committed to providing the highest quality services to our service recipients pursuant to the highest ethical, business and legal standards.  This commitment extends to all of UCP-LI’s interactions, including those with our service recipients, other health care providers, the companies with which we do business and the public and private entities from which reimbursement for our services is sought and received.  UCP-LI is further committed to ensuring its continuing compliance with all applicable State and Federal laws and regulations, and to avoiding even the appearance of impropriety in our interactions with others; to ensuring our Compliance Program meets the new requirements of the New York Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (“OMIG”), as set forth in 18 NYCRR Part 521.

The links below provide access to information about our Corporate Compliance Program.


UCP-LI’s Corporate Compliance Manual  WEBSITE

UCP-LI’s Compliance Poster- WEBSITE   

To receive a hard copy of the compliance manual, please send a written request to:

Corporate Compliance


250 Marcus Boulevard

Hauppauge NY 11788 

Please report suspected non-compliance to our Corporate Compliance Officer or contact our confidential Compliance Hotline.

Compliance Hotline (631) 232-0011 Extension 413


Suffolk County
Suffolk County Accessible Transportation (SCAT) – WEBSITE
Suffolk County Government – WEBSITE


UCP of Long Island
The Community Programs Center of L. I., Inc.  – WEBSITE
Day Haven Adult Day Services  – WEBSITE
The Children’s Community Head Start – WEBSITE
The Employment Connection of UCP of Long Island. Employment services for Long Islanders with disabilities – WEBSITE


Additional Resources
Community Resources Database of LI WEBSITE
Job Accommodation Network Questions about workplace accommodations, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and related legislation WEBSITE
Long Island Family Support Services Advisory Council. Support services for individuals with developmental disabilities WEBSITE

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