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Caring Community Hospice, Bereavement Program

AKA (Also Known As):
Caring Community Hospice of Cortland, Bereavement Class
Address:
11 Kennedy Parkway
Cortland, NY  13045
Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8 am-4 pm, except Holidays
Area Served:
cortland
Fax:
(607) 758-7668
Title:
Hospice Director
Caring Community Hospice of Cortland provides a bereavement support group for all those who have lost a loved one, regardless of whether or not they were served by hospice. Facilitated by a clinical social worker, the group allows members the chance to join with others who are grieving in a common search for strength, meaning, hope and understanding during this difficult time. The group is free of charge and open to anyone.
 

Carol Whitlow

Address:
52 Turkey Hill Rd.
Ithaca, NY  14850
Hours:
flexible
Area Served:
tompkins
Title:
MS, LCSW
Experience with college students, worked in Mental Health initiatives at Cornell University, also with Ithaca College EOP, was adjunct professor at TC3 Experience with all ages, was Psychologist in NY State Office of Children and Family Services Secure facilities with 12-18 and 18-21 year olds Experience with mental illnesses, managed Vocational Rehabilitation program in community Experience with disabilities, was Psychologist for OPWDD Insurance accepted: yes Near public transport: yes Areas: Play therapy, CBT, DBT, Family Therapy, Grief counseling, Positive behavior planning, Traumas, Community Based strengths based, and Behavioral change Homevisits: yes Groups: yes- DBT (dialectical behavior skills groups)
 

Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes

AKA (Also Known As):
CCFL
Address:
94 Exchange Street
Geneva, NY  14456
Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Area Served:
seneca
Fax:
(315) 789-5785
Title:
Executive Director
Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes services include counseling, case management, advocacy, education and outreach. Services include:
  • maternity and parents: parenting support and skills
  • weekly support groups for incarcerated parents
  • children/foster care (CASA)
  • youth development
  • hot meals: Monday-Friday, 11:45am-12:15pm at the United Methodist Church of Geneva, 340 Main Street
  • social justice advocacy
  • supervised visitation program
  • independent living services
They also have an adoption process. Criteria: Adopting families only, no singles and apply by calling 756-5992. Earlier the better.
 

Catholic Charities, Cortland County

Address:
33-35 Central Avenue
Cortland, NY  13045
Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8:30 am- 4:30 pm, office hours. Program hours vary.
Area Served:
cortland
Fax:
(607) 756-5999

Catholic Charities of Cortland County (CCOCC) is a private, non-profit Human Service agency which has provided services since 1976. Services are targeted to those affected by mental illness and substance abuse, people living in poverty, delinquent and at-risk youth. Basic services include case management, residential services, and emergency assistance.
 

Catholic Charities, Cortland County, Children and Youth Mental Health Case Management

Address:
33-35 Central Avenue
Cortland, NY  13045
Hours:
Office, Monday-Friday, 8:30 am- 4:30 pm; program hours vary.
Fax:
(607) 756-5999
Children and Youth Case Management Services offers community-based support to children or youth who have mental illness and their families in Cortland County.

Case managers help consumers:
  • avoid or minimize psychiatric hospitalization
  • manage episodes of illness and crises
  • plan for and move toward for long-term recovery
  • provide service coordination, advocacy and general support
  • maintain mental health stability
 

Catholic Charities, Cortland County, Services for Teens, STEPS/TASA

Address:
33-35 Central Avenue
Cortland, NY  13045
Area Served:
cortland
The STEPS program offers support, guidance, and case management to pregnant, parenting, or at-risk adolescents. Staff works closely with young people to help them achieve goals that stress healthy living, positive social interactions, and planning for long-term success with family relationships, education, and career.
 

Catholic Charities, Cortland County, Chemical Dependency Recovery Services

Address:
33-35 Central Avenue
Cortland, NY  13045
Hours:
Varies by program
Area Served:
cortland
Catholic Charities Recovery Services, part of the NYS Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) system, provides treatment and support services in a safe, structured living environment while adjusting to a clean, sober and healthier lifestyle. Programs include:
  • supervised community residence
  • recovery apartment program
  • permanent supportive housing for people in recovery from alcoholism and substance abuse
 

Catholic Charities, Cortland County, Community Mental Health Services, Case management

AKA (Also Known As):
Cortland County SPOA
Address:
7 Clayton Avenue
Cortland, NY  13045
Area Served:
cortland
Fax:
(607) 758-6116
Case Management Services offers community-based support to adults who have chronic mental illness or serious emotional disturbances, children or youth who have mental illness and their families.
Case managers help:
  • avoid or minimize psychiatric hospitalization
  • manage episodes of illness
  • plan for and move toward long-term recovery
  • provide service coordination, advocacy and general support
  • maintain mental health stability
 

Catholic Charities, Cortland County, Job Quest

Address:
33-35 Central Avenue
Cortland, NY  13045
Area Served:
cortland
Job Quest provides paid work opportunities for adults recovering from mental health problems who want to develop new job skills and refresh work habits in preparation for permanent employment.
 

Catholic Charities, Cortland County, Residential Services

Address:
33-35 Central Avenue
Cortland, NY  13045
Area Served:
cortland
Fax:
(607) 756-5999
Catholic Charities provides safe and appropriate residential options in the community for adults with serious mental illness or recovering from substance abuse, addiction or co-occurring disorders. Services are tailored to the individual's level of independence. Residential options are combined with personalized treatment programs including recreational, educational and employment opportunities. Residents acquire social and daily living skills to become more self-sufficient, socially integrated and independent. Residential services range from 24-hour supervision to independent living options through rent subsidies for low-income persons within the target population.
 

Catholic Charities, Cortland County, Wishing Wellness Center

AKA (Also Known As):
Peer Recovery Center
Address:
24 Church Street
Cortland, NY  13045
Area Served:
cortland
The Wishing Wellness Center is a peer/consumer driven program providing support to people with mental health challenges. Peer staff members facilitate access to services, supports, and opportunities and help other consumers navigate the community in group and individual settings. The Wishing Wellness Center offers educational and group support for the community. Support groups available for
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Eating Disorders
  • Grief Support
  • Employment Connection
We also offer weekly activities with arts and crafts, group trips, and other leisure activities. Call the Wishing Wellness Center for more information
 

Catholic Charities, Tompkins/Tioga Counties, Car Repair

AKA (Also Known As):
CCTT
Address:
324 West Buffalo Street
Ithaca, NY  14850
Hours:
Tuesday-Friday, 9AM to Noon & 1 to 4PM
Area Served:
tompkins
Fax:
(607) 272-4427
Title:
Executive Director
Ensuring that workers can get to work on time, drop their children at day care and meet their family's needs, Catholic Charities' car repair program will help those who are struggling to achieve long-term employment success. This program has enabled us to serve many working families by offering assistance with car repairs. Call for eligibility.
 

Catholic Charities, Tompkins/Tioga Counties, Family Empowerment Services

AKA (Also Known As):
Community Connections, Parent Partnership and Fatherhood Initiative
Address:
324 West Buffalo Street
Ithaca, NY  14850
Hours:
Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm
Area Served:
tompkins
Fax:
(607) 272-4427
Title:
Director
Family Empowerment is a partnership/mentorship service with these two programs:
  • Parent Partnership: case management program for families with children with emotional and behavioral challenges and at risk of out-of-home placement
  • Community Connections: mentoring program that advocates for families navigating Child Protective Services and other child welfare systems.
 

Cayuga Addiction Recovery Services

AKA (Also Known As):
CARS
Address:
334 West State St.
P.O. Box 789
Ithaca, NY  14851-0789
Hours:
Monday-Friday, 9 am-8 pm
Area Served:
tompkins
Fax:
(607) 273-1277
Title:
Chief Executive Officer
Cayuga Addiction Recovery Services (formerly Alpha House) provides assessment, psychotherapy (group, individual and family), and educational/vocational rehabilitation for people with substance-abuse problems. Services include:
  • residential, supportive living
  • outpatient services
  • outpatient rehabilitation
  • intensive outpatient
  • treatment on demand
  • drug abuse information
  • emergency drug abuse services
 

Cayuga Addiction Recovery Services, DayTreatment Program

AKA (Also Known As):
OPR; Outpatient Rehabilitation
Address:
334 West State St.
P.O. Box 789
Ithaca, NY  14851-0789
Hours:
Monday-Friday, 10 am to 2 pm
Area Served:
tompkins
Fax:
(607) 273-1277
Title:
Chief Executive Officer
The Day Treatment Program assists and supports more chronically addicted clients with inadequate support systems and substantial deficits functional skills that negatively impact their recovery efforts:
  • Activities of Daily Living
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Vocational/educational skills and resources
  • Maladaptive Social Behavior

The program's services include:
  • daily lunch
  • research-based addiction treatment services including:
    • Matrix Model Programming
    • motivational interviewing
    • contingency management
  • treatment on demand
  • regular and random urine screens
  • social and health care services
  • skill development in accessing community services
  • activities therapies
  • recreation activities and skill development
  • information and education about nutritional needs, plus food care and preparation training
  • vocational/occupational and educational evaluation, skill development, training and case management
 

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