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General Service & Support

  • 2-1-1 HELPLINE: Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-346-2211 to speak with a all specialist or TEXT your zip code to 898211. Connections to services in Steuben, Chemung, Allegany, Schuyler and Yates Counties- 24/7 translation services available.
  • Able 2 - Offers adaptive technology and environmental modification support, community and day habilitation programming, respite, care coordination in addition to medical and dental clinic services.
  • Access to Independence and Mobility - Advocacy, Equipment loans, Recreation groups, education, sibling and family support services
  • Adoptive and Foster Family Coalition - Unites adoptive and foster parent groups, concerned agencies and individuals throughout the Empire State. We represent the families’ viewpoint and work to improve and expand the services available to children and families
  • ARC of Chemung - Family training, respite, recreation, kids on the block puppet education. Clinical support including Social work, psychology, psychiatry OT, PT and at home behavioral support services
  • ARC of Schuyler - Early Intervention, respite, future care planning, family education and support
  • ARC of Steuben - Provides quality individualized services to individuals with developmental and other disabilities. Including service coordination, transportation, crisis intervention, clinical services and community support.
  • Chemung County Department of Social Services Navigators - Available to assist individuals and families as they navigate the world of Department of Social Services and available Community Resources.
  • Comprehensive Interdisciplinary Developmental Services, Inc. - Serving Residents of Chemung County, the agency provides a continuum of infant, child, and family services relating to the healthy development of children dedicated to creating and implementing an integrated interdisciplinary system of identification, referral, and single-source access to child development services.
  • Economic Opportunity Program - Ernie Davis Community center, Head Start programs, Community food for Jobs program, Energy services, Family support services (including play groups for children with Autism and other OPWDD eligible diagnosis) and Literacy volunteers. 
  • Learning Disabilities Association (LDA) of The Southern Tier - Provide a variety of programs and services for children and adults with learning disabilities.  Please contact the regional affiliate closest to you for local information and referrals or to find out more about specific services offered.
  • Mid- South Early Childhood Direction Center (part of STIC) - Helping families with young children with disabilities find services, inclusion in community based services (referrals to assistive technology), educational programs and service development.
  • Office for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Region 1 - Finger Lakes - 855-OPWDDFL (679-3335) (Counties: Chemung, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne, Wyoming, Yates) 
  • Pathways - Family support, waiver services for disability and behavioral health needs, recreation and education
  • Person Centered Services -  Care Coordination provider serving persons with developmental disabilities in the Southern Tier and other areas on New York State​
  • Prime Care Coordination -  Care Coordination provider serving persons with developmental disabilities in the Southern Tier and other areas of New York State
  • Skip of NY - Early Intervention Services, Behavioral health waiver services, family support and education