1099 Jay Street
Offers developmental disabilities services. Self-directed services including broker and fiscal intermediary Support services for shopping, budgeting, housekeeping, meal preparation, socialization Community Habilitation Family Support Services (FSS) Individual Supportive Services (ISS) Offers community residences. Individualized residential alternatives (IRA) Family care services Supportive apartments
10 Cady Street
Provides individual living skills. Referrals to counseling, treatment programs and other community services. On-site outreach services by other community organizations. Provides food pantry referrals. Offers eviction/rent assistance. Provides utility gas and electric bill payment assistance. Provides assistance with filling out DHS, SSI, SSD applications. Provides updated housing list for apartments. Offers a clothing closet. Provides assistance with transportation, daily bus pass.
344 N Goodman Street
Provides a peer-run recovery center that encourages individuals to take an active role in their mental wellness and recovery. Programs are developed by the attendees and use a variety of approaches such as mutual support and educational classes.
425 Paul Road
Offers day habilitation services and Community Habilitation. Offers a full-range of residential services. Provides vocational assessment and transition planning, employment services, job search and placement. Provides Fiscal Intermediary and Broker Services. Provides intensive support and training to parents with developmental disabilities and their children. Training includes: Parenting education Social activities Recreation and other life enriching experiences.
905 Monroe Avenue
Offers prevention education services. Life skills workshop series offered to school and community groups. Training and workshops for parents and professionals. Offers support groups for parents and youth. Coordinates and plans services for youth by identifying unmet needs and develop programs to meet those needs. Offers street outreach and anti-violence groups for K-grade 12.
1650 South Avenue
Provides an array of services that include the following: Education: Works with students of all ages, families and educators to strengthen students’ skills and improve educational outcomes. Provides workshops, information and resources to children and families navigating general and special education systems Employment: Offers ways to develop or increase skills, search for jobs, and succeed on the job Fiscal Intermediary: Supports individuals who have a self-directed budget to pay …
111 Fall Street
Seneca Falls, NY
Provides alcohol and drug education. Substance abuse prevention Training on alcoholism and chemical dependency Referrals for treatment
620 W Washington Street
Ontario County Office (Central Office)
Provides alcohol, drug and gambling education. Substance abuse prevention Training on alcoholism and chemical dependency Recovery support and information to those affected by compulsive gambling Gamblers Anonymous Referrals for treatment
148 S Fitzhugh Street
Provides comprehensive, long term case management and counseling services to teen-age parents and their children services include: Home visiting. Parenting education. Employment services. Education support. Peer support groups.