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New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities

44 Holland Avenue
Albany, NY

Helps people get answers to questions about supports and services for individuals with developmental disabilities in New York State. It is also used to take complaints of alleged misconduct, fraud, waste and abuse in the service system.

Advocacy - Program
Resource Center for Independent Living, Inc.

131 Genesee 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 …

Early Childhood Services - Program
Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton-Otsego BOCES

77 East North St
Ilion, NY

Offers a pre kindergarten program in certain school districts.  Provides preschool services for children with developmental delays. Offers guidance, information, and referral for parents seeking early childhood services for their children. 

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