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Brookhaven Coalition of Chambers

Established in 1992, the Brookhaven Chambers of Commerce Coalition (BCCC) is a chamber-orientated organization that unites all of the chamber of commerces in the Town of Brookhaven. Our mission is to exchange ideas, network, promote our businesses, and act in a unified manner when addressing issues that affect our communities and businesses.

The BCCC meets on the first Wednesday of each month. Guests are welcome to attend the meetings. Meetings are held at the Brookhaven Town Offices in Farmingville, in the Economic Development Conference Room, 2nd floor, at 8AM.

The BCCC is comprised of one member representative from each participating Chamber of Commerce in the Town of Brookhaven.

Comsewogue School District
At Comsewogue we strive to foster a positive learning environment. Our number one priority is to help the children of our community succeed.
Decision Women in Commerce and Professions
Decision Women in Commerce and Professions, Inc. gives back to the community it serves in numerous ways through our fundraising activities. Our goals are to foster career aid, be supportive to one another and to generate beneficial community projects.
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Farmingville Hills Chamber of Commerce
The Farmingville Hills Chamber of Commerce, Inc. was formed in 2011 to advance the general welfare and prosperity of the Farmingville area so that its citizens and its business community shall prosper. The Chamber is focused on bolstering business by increasing sales, creating brand awareness, and creating loyal customers, and will instill pride within its members and local citizens.
North Shore Youth Council
The North Shore Youth Council is a not-for-profit community based agency servicing communities on the north shore of Long Island from Mt. Sinai to Shoreham-Wading River.  North Shore Youth Council offers comprehensive youth and family services and community education at little or no cost.  Our programs are designed to encourage young people to develop the life skills necessary to become responsible, successful adults.
Polish American Independent Club
The Polish American Club strives to advance the lives of its Polish American members, by fostering the development and continuance of their Polish traditions while advancing their personal goals as Americans.
Port Jefferson Station Terryville Civic Association
We are the Port Jefferson Station / Terryville Civic Association; a non profit, non-political association; we are neighbors helping neighbors for the benefit of the whole community.

We work together with residents, other local organizations, and our government officials on issues which make the Port Jefferson Station / Terryville area a place that we can all enjoy as a community and be proud to call our home.

Shop Local
Shop Local Long Island is an initiative focused on promoting and supporting the local businesses of Long Island. We can help local businesses create jobs, stimulate the economy and encourage people to patronize local restaurants, shops, events…
Small Business Development Center at Stony Brook
The SBDC has many benefits that will help you build and maintain a strong & valuable business

To request an appointment with one of our Certified Business Advisors, please click here. 

Once you have completed and signed the Request for Counseling form, please return it to the SBDC via fax at 631-632-7176, email FrontDeskSBDC@stonybrook.edu or mail to:
Request for Counseling
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-6016

Here are some of the services we provide…

  • Confidential & No Cost One-on-One Counseling at one of many locations in Suffolk County.
  • On-site assistance available—at your business location.
  • Monthly business solutions roundtable meetings with business owners.
  • Workshops throughout the year offered on key topics and areas of specific concern for business owners.  Workshops are presented by area experts in the field. A sampling of topics included have been Franchising, Search Engine Optimization, Operating a Home Based Business, Business Basics, Cash Flow Management, Marketing Strategy.
  • We have a staff of Librarians available to us through our Research Network that can assist with market information, industry trends, sample business plans, etc.
  • SBDC Business Advisors are NYS Certified, and continually receive training in best business practices & the latest technology.
Suffolk Independent Living Organization

The Suffolk Independent Living Organization (SILO) has been providing programs and services to people with disabilities in Suffolk County since 1985. SILO is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, consumer controlled, non-residential, civil rights, mentoring and educational organization. SILO’s philosophically is tied to the nationwide Independent Living Movement which asserts that people with disabilities have the same rights and responsibilities, needs and desires, as their non-disabled peers.

Terryville Fire Department

The Terryville Fire Department is a volunteer fire department which was organized in 1950.  Our mission is to save lives, suppress and control fires, and provide services such as EMS, rescue, fire prevention and education and other activities as deemed in the best interest of the fire department and/or the citizens of our community. We are comprised of active, lifetime, honorary members.  Our active membership consists of over 100 firefighters along with fire police and EMS personnel. 

 The Terryville Fire Department operates out of three stations and serves the hamlets of Port Jefferson Station and Terryville on the north shore of central Suffolk County, NY.

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Join a long history of involved citizens in our community!



One on one networking opportunities with other local business owners at monthly meetings and events.


Enjoy a free business listing in our Member Directory with a link to your website. Receive discounted goods & services from fellow members. Advertise a special event through our email blasts. Have your business featured in our Member Spotlight.


Meet and speak with local officials at chamber sponsored events to discuss issues affecting your business and our community.