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Centers for Disease Control - STD Hotline

AKA (Also Known As):
CDC
Hours:
Everyday, 24 hours
The mission of the Division of STD Prevention (DSTDP) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is to provide national leadership, research, policy development, and scientific information to help people live safer, healthier lives by the prevention of STDs and their complications. For information about STDs and referrals to STD clinics call the listed hot-line.
 

Centers for Disease Control, STD Hotline

AKA (Also Known As):
CDC
Hours:
Everyday, 24 hours
The Division of STD Prevention (DSTDP) provides national leadership, research, policy development and scientific information to help people live safer, healthier lives by preventing STDs and their complications. DSTDP's hotline offers information about STDs and referrals to STD clinics.
 

Central New York Developmental Services Office (NYS-OMRDD)

Address:
36 Owego St.
Cortland, NY  13045
Hours:
M-F 8 am - 5 pm
Area Served:
cortland
The Central NY Developmental Services office (NYS OMRDD Cortland office) provides services to individuals (children and adults) with Developmental Disabilities (mental retardation, autism, cerebral palsy, neurological impairment).

Services include residential, referral services, service coordination, clinical evaluation, and consultation in psychology, nursing, OT, PT, and speech therapy. Family support services include respite and family reimbursement, and services via the Home and Community Based Services Waiver (HCBS).
 

Central New York Well Spouse Support Group

AKA (Also Known As):
Well Spouse Association
Address:
111 Monroe Street
Ithaca, NY  14850
Title:
Support Group Leader
The CNY Well Spouse Support Group provides peer to peer emotional support for caregivers of a chronically ill/disabled spouse or life partner.
 

CHADD

AKA (Also Known As):
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Address:
8181 Professional Place
Suite 150
Landover, MD  20785
Hours:
3rd Tuesday, 7 pm (September-May)
Fax:
(301) 306-7090
CHADD is a national non-profit organization serving individuals with AD/HD and their families. CHADD, a membership organization, produces the bi-monthly Attention! magazine (for members) and sponsors an annual conference. The National Resource Center on AD/HD (NRC) is the CDC-funded national clearinghouse for evidence-based information about AD/HD. A national parent support group for ADD adults and parents of children with attention deficit disorders.
 

CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder)

AKA (Also Known As):
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Address:
8181 Professional Place
Suite 150
Landover, MD  20785
Hours:
3rd Tuesday (September-May), 7 pm
Fax:
(301) 306-7090
CHADD is a national non-profit organization for individuals with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) and their families. A membership organization, CHADD, produces a bi-monthly Attention! magazine and sponsors an annual conference.
The National Resource Center on AD/HD (NRC), a CHADD program, is a national clearinghouse for evidence-based information about AD/HD. It is funded by the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
 

Challenge, Inc.

AKA (Also Known As):
Challenge Workforce Solutions
Address:
950 Danby Road, Suite 179
Ithaca, NY  14850
Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8 am-4 pm
Area Served:
tompkins
Fax:
(607) 277-7865
Title:
President
Challenge serves people with disabilities and others with barriers to employment and provides vocational assessments, supports, experiences and placements for job success. Through contacts with hundreds of local employers, the staff work closely with service recipients to help people find and keep good jobs while emphasizing abilities and accommodating disabilities. Challenge offers assistance in:
  • pre-employment skill training
  • supervised work training in the Challenge building or in supervised work groups in the community
  • job search preparation
  • career exploration and assessment
  • job development and placement assistance
  • on-the-job training and supports
  • job club
  • Life Options:vocational services, plus community, social, leisure/recreational, educational and volunteer activities
  • Medicaid service coordination
  • benefits advisement
  • Food Stamps, employment and training program

To reach Challenge offices: turn from 96B and drive past the main entrance; take a left and pass Serendipity Catering and the loading docks. There is a sign in front of the entrance and plenty of parking. TCAT provides service to the South Entrance.
 

Child Abuse and Maltreatment Register

AKA (Also Known As):
Formerly, the NYS Child Abuse Hotline
Address:
52 Washington Street
Rensselaer, NY  12144-2834
Hours:
24 hours a day, seven days a week
The New York State Office of Children and Family Services maintains a statewide Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment for reports made pursuant to the Social Services Law. The Central Register, also known as the "Hotline", receives telephone calls alleging child abuse or maltreatment within New York State. The Central Register relays information from the calls to the local Child Protective Service for investigation, monitors their prompt response, and identifies if there are prior child abuse or maltreatment reports. In most cases - for child abuse and neglect, incest or in-family abuse, sexual abuse committed by a person outside of the family or a relative not living in the same home, contact the local District Attorney, Ithaca City Police or State Police.
 

Child Advocacy Center, Cortland County

Address:
60 Central Avenue, Room B9
Cortland, NY  13045
Area Served:
cortland
Title:
Director
Department of Social Services and local law enforcement officials refer clients to the Child Advocacy Center when investigating reports of suspected child abuse. The Center provides a welcoming environment to minimize further trauma to the child in joint investigations of these types:
  • child sexual abuse
  • child physical abuse
  • on-site forensic interviewing
The center makes referrals for:
  • short-term counseling treatment
  • long-term counseling treatment
  • counseling for non-offending family members
  • court preparation
  • victim advocacy
The center conducts outreach programs to inform the community and work to prevent future abuse.
 

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for Primary Care

AKA (Also Known As):
CAP PC
Hours:
M-F 9-5, excluding holidays
Fax:
(716) 859-5589
CAP PC is a toll free phone line for primary care physicians to call to consult with experts in child and adolescent psychiatry in regards to a patient under the age of 22. The intent of the CAP PC program is to provide support for Primary Care Physicians to assist in the management of children and adolescents with mild-moderate mental health problems and to provide linkage/referral support for those patients who are considered beyond the scope of primary care practice. CAP PC provides phone consultation Monday-Fridays 9-5, excluding holidays, to primary care physicians. In selected cases a CAP PC child psychiatrist will be available to do a face-to-face or telepsychiatric evaluation. Screening tools for primary care physicians are also available on the website at no cost. In addition, CAP PC has partnered with the REACH Institute to provide primary care physicians with a premier education program, the Mini Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Mental Health. This is a CME training program developed by the REACH Institute in recognizing, assessing, and managing mild-moderate mental health problems in children and adolescents. The program is at no cost to participating PCPs and consists of a three day dynamic workshop, involving interactive learning methods. The program also includes twice monthly case-based phone conferences for 6 months.
 

Child and Family Clinic Plus

Seneca County Agency Affiliation: Community Counseling Center of Seneca County
Cortland County Agency Affiliation: Cortland County Mental Health Clinic
Tompkins County Agency Affiliation: Tompkins County Mental Health Clinic
Schuyler County Agency Affiliation: Schuyler County Mental Health Clinic and Counseling Center

Services Provided: Child and Family Clinic Plus works closely with families to help with early identification of emotional needs by providing free voluntary screening in community settings like schools and health centers, and screening is available only with a parent or guardian’s signed consent. In compliance with HIPAA laws, the results of a child’s screening and any recommendations are shared only with the parent or guardian unless they grant permission for further dissemination.
 

Child and Family Connections

AKA (Also Known As):
Child & Family Connections
Address:
1512 Spruce Street
Suite 815
Philadelphia, PA  19102
Hours:
Wednesday, 6-7 pm ET, support group
Fax:
(267) 888-4112
Title:
Executive Director
Child & Family Connections helps families with a parent with psychiatric disabilities foster trust and childhood resiliency through communication and recovery. A free online and telephone support group gives parents with mental health challenges opportunity to interact with others in similar situations. Participate in this group from 6 to 7pm Wednesdays in April 2014, by calling 1- 888-601-3515, toll free or logging on to www.uberconference.com/childandfamily For more information about this program, visit childfamilyconnections.org
 

Child Care Referral and Parent Resource Services

Address:
263 Lake Street
Penn Yan, NY  14527
Area Served:
seneca
Fax:
(315) 536-9918
Child and Family Resources was established in 1975 with the opening of a parent cooperative preschool. This unique non-profit child/family centered agency now comprises five sites to directly serve communities in Ontario, Seneca and Yates Counties. Child and Family Resources continues to modify and expand its services to meet the ever-changing needs of children and families.
 

Child Dev. Council, Child Care Resource & Referral Program

AKA (Also Known As):
Child Care Resource & Referral Program (CCRR)
Address:
609 West Clinton Street
Ithaca, NY  14850
Hours:
Monday - Friday, 9AM to 4:30PM
Area Served:
tompkins
Fax:
(607) 273-3141
Title:
CCRR Director
Child Care Resource and Referral provides many services to parents and child care providers in Tompkins County, including referrals to child care, information and technical assistance to start new child care businesses, support for existing day care providers and programs, short term financial assistance for parents with child care expenses, and child care advocacy. The "Warm Line" phone service answers questions about child behavior for parents and providers. The program office also offers resources such as a lending library of books and videos on child development, curriculum, and child care planning.
 

Child Dev. Council, Child Care Resource & Referral Program

AKA (Also Known As):
Child Care Resource & Referral Program (CCRR)
Address:
609 West Clinton Street
Ithaca, NY  14850
Hours:
Monday-Friday, 9 am-4:30 pm
Area Served:
tompkins
Fax:
(607) 273-3141
Title:
CCRR Director
Child Care Resource and Referral Program provides services to parents and child care providers in Tompkins County, including:
  • referrals to child care
  • information and technical assistance to start new child care businesses
  • support for existing day care providers and programs
  • short term financial assistance for parents with child care expenses
  • child care advocacy
The Resource and Referral service also:
  • answers questions about child behavior for parents and providers
  • offers resources such as a lending library of books and videos on child development, curriculum, and child care planning
  • has an online database of child care resources
 

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