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
1601 Armory Drive
Offers early intervention services for infants and children who have exhibited a delay in one or more area of development.
138 N Court Street
Provides evaluations and services to children ages birth to three years old, who have or are suspected having a developmental delay and/or disability. Serves as a public program funded by New York State and county governments.
185 Genesee Street
Offers services and supports for children with developmental disabilities and delays.
301 N Washington Street
Provides public health services that include: Rabies Prevention (receive notification of all dog bites in the county and work with the person that was bitten to make sure they get screened for rabies risk and the need for post-exposure prophylaxis) Lead Poisoning Prevention (works with families of children at risk for, or with an elevated blood lead level to reduce that child's level). Â Testing is not provided by public health but a referral is made to the NYS office. Immunization …
1045 James Street
Offers Early Intervention evaluations and therapy services, as well as customized plans focus on parent choice and family development.