Preventive Services - Program
Oneida County Department of Social Services
800 Park Avenue
Provides families with supportive and rehabilitative services that address a threefold need: averting a family separation that could result in a foster care placement; enabling a child to return to the family from placement earlier than otherwise anticipated; and reducing the possibility of a child returning to placement who had previously been discharged from care. Referrals are made to outside agencies for services such as counseling, parent-aides, and parenting classes.
Family Action - Program
Community Action Partnership for Madison County
3 East Main Street
Partners with families to increase the safety and permanency of their children to eliminate out of home placement. Case manager provides weekly home visits for a period of up to eighteen months with focus on: Housing stability Employment support Emotional and physical well-being Works with family members to provide skill building in areas including: Parenting Budgeting Communication Decision making Problem solving
Kids Herkimer - Program
Kids Oneida Inc.
301 N Washington Street
Provides community based wraparound services to children and families in an effort to keep families together. Services can occur in the home, school and community setting*Offers various services intended to reduce the length of stay of residential placement and/or prevent placement from occurring.*Provides twice yearly Nurturing Parent Program group parenting classes.
Family Preservation Services - Program
Kids Oneida Inc.
310 Main Street
Provides the Regular Intensive KO/ACT Program which offers wraparound services to keep families together in situations where children with a mental health diagnosis are at imminent risk of out of home placement. Services are team based and include: Comprehensive strength based treatment plan Behavior Management Mentoring Psychiatric consultations Intensive supervision Special therapy Offers the Step Down Program for families that may not be in such imminent risk of out of home …
Advocacy and Case Management Services - Program
2 Townline Circle
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
Support Group - Program
Because I Love You
PO Box 2062
Offers a parent support group for parents of children with behavioral problems. Offers support groups for children.- If there are not enough people for a full support group, one on one and phone sessions are available.
FACTS - Program
Brain Injury Association of New York State
4 Pine West Plaza, Suite 402
Provides a linkage of families and individuals who have a brain injury, which includes: Family Advocacy: Support and counseling, connecting family with funding resources, housing, transportation, and service providers Educational Advocacy: Support and counseling for educational needs after a brain injury, helping family with IEP process, and attendance at CSE meetings Outreach: Connection with service providers, hospitals, schools, etc. to increase awareness of BIANYS, traumatic and acquired …
1-800-RUNAWAY - Program
National Runaway Safeline
3141B N Lincoln Avenue
Provides comprehensive phone and internet based crisis intervention for youth and their families that includes: Conference calls to emergency shelters, transitional living programs and parents Mediates discussions between the youth and adult Runaway education and prevention materials Provides online chat services and crisis email Provides a one-way bus transportation home or to a responsible relative via Greyhound Bus Lines through the Home Free Program.