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BOCES, Onondaga-Cortland-Madison, Cortland Alternative School

Address:
250 Port Watson Street
Cortland, NY  13045
Title:
Principal
Students in grades 7-8 experience a small group setting with an emphasis on integrated, thematic units and a project-based focus. English, social studies and science are intertwined in the design of the learning experiences. Math and Spanish classes occur in the afternoon. Students also participate in family group, focusing on team-building, problem-solving and cooperation.  Students in grades 9-12 are placed into small family groups that meet weekly to focus on team building, problem-solving, and building self-esteem. In addition, each student meets regularly with his or her family group leader to work on individual goals and monitor progress in the program. 
 

BOCES, Onondaga-Cortland-Madison, GED (General Education Diploma) program for 16-17 year olds

The High School Equivalency/GED Program is designed to serve students 16 and 17 years old through the McEvoy Campus in Cortland. GED student transfers from their high school for AM or PM sessions at McEvoy Campus for 12.5 hours of instruction per week. In addition to preparation for the GED test, time is devoted to career exploration, job readiness skills, counseling, social skills, coping skills, and problem solving skills.  Students are encouraged to participate in Career & Technical Education for the remaining half of the school day, although many prefer to work part or full time.
 

BOCES, Onondaga-Cortland-Madison, Turning Point with Day Treatment

Address:
1710 NYS Route 13
Cortland, NY  13045
This program is designed for K-12 students with significant mental health needs who require moderate to intensive behavioral supports. Students in this program are typically classified SED, OHI, or LD but classifications can vary. A mental health diagnosis is required for placement in this program. Daily Activities: Classroom instruction is academic in nature and based on New York State requirements. Students receive instruction in reading, writing and mathematics based on their individual functional levels. Students also receive instruction in grade-appropriate content areas such as social studies and science. Art, Music and Physical Education are provided at all grade levels. Elementary classes participate in Physical Education at SUNY Cortland as an additional experience. These students also receive a menu of services provided by the Franziska Racker Centers including: therapy, psychiatric services, crisis intervention, family support/therapy, and case management. An intake screening must be conducted prior to placement per OMH regulations.
 

E-911 Communications Center, Cortland County

Address:
54 Greenbush Street
Cortland, NY  13045
Hours:
24/7
Area Served:
cortland
Phone:
Fax:
(607) 753-7815
Title:
Dispatch Coordinator
The Cortland County E9-1-1 Communications Center is established to give the residents of and other persons traveling through or using the facilities of Cortland County, a communications center with the capability of dispatching all emergency service agencies in the least amount of time. The center will have and maintain radio and other types of communications with all emergency services agencies and providers and will directly dispatch all fire, medical and police units of the Cortland County Sheriff's Department and other police agencies as necessary to emergency and routine calls for service from the public in a timely manner.
 

2-1-1 Canada

211 is Canadas primary source of information on government and community based health and social services. 211 helps to navigate the complex network of human services quickly and easily, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in over 100 languages. Growing into a national service 211 Canada currently serves residents in: British Columbia Alberta Saskatchewan (coming soon) Ontario Quebec Nova Scotia Nunavut (coming soon)
 

2-1-1 Helpline

AKA (Also Known As):
2-1-1
Address:
The Institute for Human Services
Bath, NY  14810-7722
Hours:
24 hrs/day
 

2-1-1 LIFE LINE

AKA (Also Known As):
Goodwill of the Fingerlakes, ABVI
Hours:
24/7 (via Phone) and 8am-11pm (via Live Chat Services)
Phone:
Fax:
585-760-8260
Title:
2-1-1/LIFE LINE Program Director
2-1-1/LIFE LINE:
  • Offers crisis/suicide intervention services
  • Provides comprehensive information and referral to health and human services
  • Serves as the hub site for the 2-1-1 Finger Lakes Region, working with two partner sites to provide information & referral services to 13 counties in the Finger Lakes. Answers all after-hours, weekend and holiday calls for the region
2-1-1/LIFE LINE is accredited by the American Association of Suicidology as a Crisis Center and the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems as an information & referral provider. 2-1-1/LIFE LINE is a program of Goodwill of the Finger Lakes
 

2-1-1 New York

Hours:
24/7 (24 hours/day, 7 days a week)
2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember number to call when you need help or access to human services. Like 9-1-1 for emergencies, 2-1-1 provides direct, personal and professional assistance for human services. Help is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, in multiple languages (including Spanish). 2-1-1 is governed through 2-1-1 New York, a statewide organization that includes nine regional 2-1-1 organizations. 2-1-1 New York is affiliated with the national 2-1-1 initiative and is a co-initiative of United Way of New York State and the New York State Alliance of Information and Referral Systems, Inc. (NYS AIRS).
 

2-1-1 U.S.

2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember three-digit phone number that brings people and services together. 2-1-1 US is the entity that brings together the national 2-1-1 movement. The mission of 2-1-1 US is to ensure that 2-1-1 is Excellent, Everywhere and Always. 2-1-1 is free and confidential. 2-1-1 is a number to call to give help and to get help. Visit the 2-1-1 US Web Site to search for a 2-1-1 helpline in your area.
 

2-1-1/LIFE LINE

AKA (Also Known As):
2-1-1 Finger Lakes
Address:
Confidential
,  
Hours:
24 hours
Phone:
Fax:
585-760-8260
Title:
Vice President for Program and Business Services
2-1-1/LIFE LINE, a confidential, 24-hour telephone service:
  • offers crisis/suicide intervention hotline services
  • provides comprehensive information and referral to health and human services
  • serves as the hub site for the 2-1-1 Finger Lakes Region, working with two partner sites to provide information & referral services to 12 counties in the Finger Lakes: Tompkins, Cayuga, Chemung, Seneca, Schuyler, Steuben, Allegheny, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Wayne and Yates
  • answers all after-hours, weekend and holiday calls for the region

2-1-1/LIFE LINE is accredited by the American Association of Suicidology as a Crisis Center and the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems as an information & referral provider.
 

211 Tompkins Cortland

Hours:
211 Live Chat Hours: 8:30am-5pm, Mon-Fri or call 2-1-1, 24 hours/7days week
Area Served:
tompkins, cortland
The 2-1-1 Tompkins/Cortland Help-line connects people with services in the community. No question is too big or too small. Wondering about Food Pantries in the area? Trying to find after school programs for your child? Would you like more help finding employment? Need to find housing or health care? Call 2-1-1 (or 1-877-211-8667) 24 hours a day, 365 days a year or Email 2-1-1 at iandr@hsctc.org You can also access our database of community resources on the Web. 2-1-1 maintains the most comprehensive Directory of Services for Tompkins and Cortland Counties available anywhere.
 

9-11 Healing and Remembrance Program

Address:
50 Broadway, 19th Floor
New York, NY  10004
The 9-11 Healing and Remembrance program is a program of the Mental Health Association of New York City. The Mental Health Association of New York City serves as a voice for the mental health needs of those affected by the disaster since the attacks. The program aims to foster healing through information and support to members of the 9-11 community. The program offers: 24-hour toll-free hotline Travel and lodging assistance to those who qualify Family Support Centers near commemorative events Information to help the 9-11 community heal A comprehensive Web site with a variety of information, tips and resources to help those affected by 9-11. The major goal of the program is to foster healing through information and support to those affected by the events of 9-11. The 9-11 Healing and Remembrance Program will provide survivors, families, emergency responders, and others with a centralized resource to provide case management services to access needed victim services, such as mental health counseling or emotional support, and information on events and activities related to the commemoration of the 9-11 attacks.
 

AARP, American Association for Retired Persons

Address:
780 Third Avenue
33rd Floor
New York, NY  10017
Website:
Provides advocacy, education, outreach,community service and health care information for persons 50 and older and their families
 

Access to Independence

Address:
26 North Main Street
Cortland, NY  13045
Hours:
M-F 9 am - 5 pm
Area Served:
cortland
Title:
Executive Director
As Cortland County's foremost disability resource, Access to Independence empowers people to lead independent lives in their community and strives to open doors to full participation and access for all.
 

Access to Independence, Architectural Barrier Services / ADA Consulting for Businesses

Address:
26 North Main Street
Cortland, NY  13045
Area Served:
cortland
Fax:
(607) 756-4884
ATI has several programs that provide accessibility home modifications. These include:
  • ramps
  • lifts
  • roll-in showers
  • stair glides
  • elevators
  • bathroom & kitchen modifications
Most of these programs are income-based and serve people with all types of disabilities and seniors. ATI provides this service to individuals in fifteen counties in the Central NY area. ATI staff can assist
  • individuals
  • agencies
  • businesses
  • governmental entities
with issues of barrier removal, universal design and compliance with ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) regulations.
 

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