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Mill Neck Interpreter Service

Mill Neck Interpreter Service (MNIS) is a non-profit agency that provides Sign Language interpreters throughout Long Island and the New York Metropolitan Area, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. With over 20 years of experience, MNIS provides a skilled, professional staff of hearing and Deaf interpreters for any situation requiring communication between Deaf and hearing people.

Mill Neck Interpreter Service provides interpreters for a wide variety of settings, including:

  • Medical
  • Mental Health
  • Legal
  • Business
  • Educational
  • Government
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Conferences
  • Religious
  • Theatrical
  • Vocational Training

Legal Obligations: To view legal obligations, please click here.

Professionalism and Confidentiality: All MNIS interpreters must adhere to the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct. To view this code, please click here.

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All Interpreter requests will be reviewed by the coordinators and a confirmation email will be sent from the office within 24 hours. If you do not receive a confirmation email from one of the coordinators within 24 hours, please call MNIS at 516-512-6222 ext. 1.


Contact Us


Address:Mill Neck Interpreter Service – 501 South Broadway, Suite A, Hicksville, NY 11801
Phone: 516-512-6222 ext. 1 (9AM to 5PM) VP: 866-957-4168 Fax: 516-512-6336  After Hours: 800-235-2594 (5PM to 9AM)

Emergency Requests between 5PM and 9AM: call 1-800-235-2594



Loretta Murray, Esq. – Executive Director

Angela Piteris CI, CT – Interpreter Supervisor

Christopher Tester – Interpreter Supervisor

Kim Worko – Accounts Payable & Receivable

Elizabeth Kohn – Senior Coordinator

Lindsay Byrne – Coordinator

Jennifer Giambone – Office Assistant


Employment Opportunities: 
Angela Piteris CI, CT


Why Use MNIS Sign Language Interpreters?


  • All interpreters are required to be nationally Certified or screened through MNIS by experienced, Certified interpreters.
  • MNIS will manage your interpreter requests, find the most appropriate match for the assignment, and handle all of the details that goes into hiring an interpreter. (Ex: replacing an interpreter if they are sick.)
  • MNIS provides on-going support to community interpreters through direct supervision and mentoring.
  • MNIS provides interpreters with professional development opportunities to maintain and enhance their skill.
  • MNIS is a non-profit agency that is a segment of Mill Neck Services for Deaf Adults that provides over 20 different services for the Deaf community.
  • MNIS is willing to negotiate contracts with the client while keeping the best interests of the Deaf consumer and Interpreter in mind.


Benevolent Fund

Mill Neck Interpreter Service has implemented a benevolent fund with the goal of providing the community with interpreting services in situations that are not covered under the ADA. The fund will be available for Mill Neck to use in order to pay the interpreter their fee at no cost to the Deaf or hearing consumer. There are two options available: you can contribute a specific dollar amount that you feel comfortable with or make contributions that will be automatically withdrawn from your bi-weekly pay check. For more information, please contact Loretta Murray, Director at or Andrew Berko at




“Being a long time client of Mill Neck Interpreting Services, I can think of only positive things about this outstanding agency. They have the most respectful, reliable and professional interpreters and staff. This agency has fulfilled my expectations and they continue to amaze me with the quality of effort and work they have shown.”
– Mrs. Melanie Smith, American Sign Language Teacher at Massapequa High School

“Mill Neck is reliable, courteous and highly professional in all of their interactions with our department. We take serving the needs of our students very seriously, and can always count on Mill Neck interpreters and representatives to meet those needs without question.”
– Julie Yindra, Director, Services for Students with Disabilities Hofstra University

“Our facility has been utilizing Mill Neck Interpreter Service to assist our hearing impaired patients since 1998. We have found the interpreters from this agency to be punctual, professional and compassionate. The office staff at Mill Neck are very reliable and are great about scheduling even last minute sign language interpreters for emergency situations. We are very happy with Mill Neck and look forward to working with them for many years to come.”

– Jackie Mohr, Department Secretary of Social Work, Jamaica Hospital Medical Center

“We got married on 2/19/10 in Riverhead and had requested an interpreter for our wedding. As the groom’s parents are Deaf, we wanted them to have the full experience of the wedding that everyone else was having. We hired an interpreter from Mill Neck Interpreter Service, Patty Sewell. She was very professional and clear. As the bride being someone who studied interpreting for a bit and the groom growing up in the Deaf community, we were glad that we had a qualified interpreter.”
– Nicole Ann and John Ciaramella, Newlyweds


Information for Long Island and NYC-Metropolitan Area Interpreters


  • All interpreters must be Certified or have passed the NAD-RID NIC Knowledge Written Exam. Interpreters who have passed the written exam are required to screen with MNIS.
  • MNIS coordinators are trained to provide interpreters with detailed information for each assignment.
  • Each MNIS interpreter will have access to their own website which will provide a personal information profile, detailed daily calendar of accepted assignments, and the ability to electronically submit bi-weekly Timesheets.
  • Interpreters will be paid on a bi-weekly basis through direct deposit.
  • MNIS offers competitive rates within the Long Island- NYC region.
  • MNIS currently has five Staff interpreters who have the option to obtain health benefits and receive a minimum of hours paid per week.
  • Interpreter Relations Committee (IRC) is comprised of 6 to 10 freelance interpreters designated to foster a congenial, professional working relationship between the coordinators, interpreter supervisor and management of Mill Neck Services for Deaf Adults.





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