AccessCNY - Program
1603 Court Street
Offers person-centered services that empower individuals of all ages and abilities. Services fall into five primary areas: Programs for individuals with developmental disabilities or acquired brain injuries Services for individuals with mental health diagnoses Clinical services Inclusive preschool education Consumer-directed home care
Advocacy - Program
Resource Center for Independent Living, Inc.
131 Genesee Street
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 …
Advocacy and Case Management Services - Program
6493 Ridings Road
Offers support, information and referral, and education for developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injury, and epilepsy. Case management Medicaid service coordination Respite Self-Directed Services, including Fiscal Intermediary and Brokerage services Family reimbursement Home health care Family support services, including parent support groups Structured day and evening programs Support groups, counseling Employment/vocational counseling Community habilitation. …
Children with Special Health Care Needs - Program
138 N Court Street
Provides, information, referral and follow-up for families of children who have or are suspected of having a serious or chronic physical, developmental, behavioral or emotional condition. Information and referral services are provided to help families access community resources.
Community Awareness - Information Services; Life Planning Services - Program
635 James Street
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 …
FACTS - Program
Brain Injury Association of New York State
5 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 …
Family Advocacy Center, Inc. - Program
Family Advocacy Center, Inc.
5639 Walker Road
Assists in accessing many services and opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families, including: Day Community Habilitation services Employment Services Respite Care Adaptive Equipment Environmental Modifications Residential Care