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ACCESS CNY - Program
ACCESS CNY

1603 Court Street
Syracuse, NY

Offers person-centered services that empower individuals of all ages and abilities to reach their full potential as part of our shared community.  Supports people with developmental disabilities acquired brain injuries (ABI) and mental health issues.

Advocacy - Program
Resource Center for Independent Living

401-409 Columbia Street
Utica, NY

Provides active support and guidance to people with disabilities, and help ensure that an individual's choices for living independently are respected. Advocates can answer questions and provide assistance with applications for Social Security Disability and SSI, Temporary Assistance, HEAP, Medicaid, Food Stamps, and housing. Advocates can also assist recipients of DSS with understanding sanctions and the steps for Fair Hearings. Peer Mentoring Information and Referral Independent Living Skills …

Advocacy and Case Management Services - Program
Epilepsy-Pralid, Inc.

2 Townline Circle
Rochester, NY

Offers information and referral services, education on epilepsy, developmental disabilities and on traumatic brain injury. Case management Medicaid service coordination Health Homes Family support services Structured day and evening programs Support groups, counseling Employment/vocational counseling Community habilitation Residential services Camp EAGR - Residential summer camp for children with epilepsy

Advocacy Programs - Program
ARISE

131 Main Street, Suite 102
Oneida, NY

Provides assistance with the following through a independent living advocate: Applying for benefits such as HEAP, Food Stamps, Medicaid and keeping them Locating an affordable and/or accessible apartment Getting medical equipment needed at home or home access modifications Getting assistance with home care, shopping and person care Meeting basic needs such as food and shelter Information and referral services Provides assistance with the following through a independent living advocate and …

Family Advocacy Center, Inc. - Program
Family Advocacy Center, Inc.

5639 Walker Road
Deerfield, NY

Assists in accessing many services and opportunities some of the services available are: Day Community Habilitation services Employment Services Respite Care Adaptive Equipment Environmental Modifications Residential Care

Front Door - Program
New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities

187 Northern Concourse
Syracuse, NY

Guides individuals through the steps involved in finding eligible services with OPWDD, identify the needs and help work on planning getting those services. 

Learning Disability Association of the Mohawk Valley - Program
Resource Center for Independent Living

401-409 Columbia Street
Utica, NY

Provides advocacy for students and families to developed an appropriate special education plan. Early Childhood Development Center Offers assistance with applications for programs though the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities. Offers training and support groups to families of individuals with developmental disabilities. Provides professional development workshops for teachers, administrators, and other professionals. School Transition Program - assists students in creating …

Medicaid Service Coordination - Program
Central New York Quest

122 Business Park Drive, Suite 3
Utica, NY

Assists people with developmental disabilities and their families in gaining access to services and supports appropriate to their needs.

Medicaid Service Coordination - Program
Cayuga Centers

502 Court Street
Mill Square Professional Building
Utica, NY

Provides case management services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Outreach and Advocacy - Program
Arc Herkimer

350 S Washington Street
Herkimer, NY

*Inform families, schools and other public agencies of the services provided by HARC.*Assists families/individuals with accessing services through HARC and OPWDD.*Encourages self-advocacy to teach current clients of HARC to speak up for themselves and others.

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