Schoharie Arc

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About Schoharie Arc
Schoharie Arc is a private not-for-profit organization supporting individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, and their families. Schoharie Arc provides an array of supports and services designed to empower people to enhance their quality of life and empower them to live with greater independence. These supports include day habilitation, residential living, clinical services, vocational and employment supports, specialized transportation, family care, respite, and more. The organization has been serving the community since 1965.

About the Schoharie Arc Foundation
The Schoharie Arc Foundation helps to provide resources and assistance to persons with developmental disabilities and their families when other funding sources are limited or non-existent, including support for self-advocacy, emergency assistance, and grants for opportunities and adaptive aids that enable people with developmental disabilities to live a fuller, more independent lifestyle.

For information, please call 518-295-8130 or visit us online at:  http://www.schohariearc.org/.

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Cobleskill Regional Hospital, an affiliate of Bassett Healthcare Network, is a 40-bed, not-for-profit hospital. It is Schoharie County’s only provider of acute inpatient medical care, emergency care, short-stay inpatient rehabilitation, and many other diagnostic and therapeutic services. The mission of Cobleskill Regional Hospital is to serve the community by providing excellent health care in partnership with Bassett Healthcare Network. 

About Bassett Healthcare Network
Bassett Healthcare Network is an integrated health system that provides care and services to people living in a 5,600 square mile region in upstate New York. The organization includes five corporately affiliated hospitals, more than two dozen community-based health centers,
19 school-based health centers, two skilled nursing facilities, and other health partners in related fields.

To learn more about services available throughout the Bassett Healthcare Network, visit www.bassett.org, or call 1-800-BASSETT.
Follow Bassett on Facebook and Twitter at facebook.com/Bassett.Network and twitter.com/BassettNetwork.

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Helping those in need for over 35 years.
Catholic Charities of Delaware, Otsego, and Schoharie Counties, a ministry of the Catholic Diocese of Albany, is committed to active witness on behalf of the Scriptural values of mercy and justice. Catholic Charities, recognizing human need at all stages of life, responds to all persons regardless of race, creed or lifestyle, with special emphasis on the economically poor and the vulnerable. Catholic Charities serves and empowers persons in need, advocates for a just society, calls forth and collaborates with women and men of good will in fulfillment of its mission. 

Agency programs and services in Schoharie County include: Domestic Violence Program (safe-house and non-residential services); Clinical Support Services (individual, couple, family and group counseling); Food Pantry; Crime Victims Program; Caring Connections Emergency Assistance; Thrift Shop; Dispute Resolution Center; the Child at Risk Response Team; Family Support Services; and Alternatives to Incarceration.  

Agency programs and services in Otsego County include: Alternatives to Incarceration; Caring Connections Emergency Assistance; Child Care Services; Dispute Resolution Center; Adult Treatment Court Case Management; Nutrition Outreach Education Program; Summer Food Service Program; and Victim Impact Panels.

Agency programs and services in Delaware County include: Caring Connections Emergency Assistance; Dispute Resolution Center; Delaware County Mentoring Program; and Victim Impact Panels.

To contact us:
Schoharie County: 518-234-3581
Otsego County: 607-432-0061
Delaware County: 607-604-4071 (CHANGED)

For more information regarding Catholic Charities of Delaware, Otsego, and Schoharie Counties please visit our website at http://www.charitiesccdos.org/.



Feel Better. Live Better.
Catskill Area Hospice and Palliative Care helps people who have a serious illness to physically "Feel Better." Because they "Feel Better" physically they "Live Better"on every other level. This helps families and loved ones to "Feel Better" and "Live Better" too. Hospice also helps children, teens and adults who are missing their loved ones to "Feel Better" with a variety of grief support services. 

Cancer patients are a small percentage of those benefiting from hospice care - those with heart, lung, kidney, dementia among other illnesses make up the majority of those who "Feel Better" and "Live Better" that are cared for by Catskill Area Hospice and Palliative Care.

Anyone can make a referral or inquire about hospice and palliative services. Serving Schoharie, Otsego and Delaware Counties, Catskill Area Hospice and Palliative Care can be reached at 607-432-5525 or at cahpc.org. 

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Our Mission: 
"Building stronger communities and empowering families that experience economic and social challenges through strategic partnerships, education, services, and compassion."

SCCAP is part of a nationwide network of 1,000+ agencies and one of 49 in New York State incorporated to address the causes of poverty. Programs administered under SCCAP’s umbrella focus on addressing the barriers families face while seeking to overcome economic instability. SCCAP’s primary goal has not changed in 50 years. An evolving base of programs, services, and wrap-around supports such as energy reduction measures, child care resource and referral, health and nutrition, access to health insurance, employment and training, family support and resources, mentors, supervised visitation, and more provide a comprehensive system of support. SCCAP and its community partners collaborate through advocacy, referrals, and coordinated service delivery with the goal of moving families towards economic security. Community Action believes an investment in families is an investment in community. Whether it is business as usual or during times of disaster, SCCAP’s dedicated staff maintains their commitment to their community, SCCAP’s programs, and the families they serve.

For information, please call 518-234-2568 or visit us online at http://www.sccapinc.org/.