Adult Career & Continuing Education Services- Vocational Rehabilitation (ACCES-VR)
44 Hawley Street
Binghamton, New York 13901
Phone: (607) 721-8400
Services: ACCES-VR provides vocational counseling and rehabilitation services that result in successful employment outcomes for individuals with disabilities and their employers.

PO Box 490 Academy St
Oneonta, New York 13820
Phone: (607) 432-8595
Services: The Arc helps children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities live personally fulfilling lives through a variety of innovative supports and services. Services include education, training, and employment; residential services, in-home training, family support, case management, service coordination, and guardianship services.

Association for Vision Rehabilitation and Employment, Inc. (AVRE)
174 Court Street
Binghamton, New York 13901
Phone: (607) 724-2428
Services: Support services. A.V.R.E. serves people from infants to seniors with sustained and severe vision loss. Services to Delaware County include employment services, low vision adaptive aids, vision rehabilitation therapy and low vision services.

Autism Society of the Greater Capital Region, New York
433 State Street 4th Floor
Schenectady, NY 12305
Phone: 518-355-2191
Services: serving the needs of the autism community in and around the capital district, including Chenango, Otsego, and Delaware Counties. First point of contact for families that are new to this area or those families just looking for local resources, and provide help for people on the autism spectrum and their families.

Cap Tel
Ultratec, Inc.
450 Science Drive
Madison, WI 55344
Phone: (800) 233-9130
Services: CapTel® is short for captioned telephone. A person with hearing loss places a call in the same way as dialing a traditional phone. CapTel uses voice recognition technology to display verbatim captions of the other party's conversation on the telephone’s screen, allowing the person with hearing loss to hear and read all comments.

Catskill Center for Independence, Inc.
6104 State Hwy 23
Oneonta, New York 13820
Phone: (607) 432-8000
Services: CCFI is a disability advocacy agency providing non-residential services to individuals with disabilities and their families, as well as education to businesses, government, and non-profit agencies. Services include architectural barrier removal, employment assistance, benefits information and assistance, service coordination, and more.

Family Resource Network, Inc.
46 Oneida Street
Oneonta, New York 13820
Phone: (607) 432-0001
Services: Offers the following services: Advocacy Program, Autism Conferences, Information and Referral, Service Access, Social Skills Program for Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Trainings/Support Groups.

Hear Now Program
Starkey Hearing Foundation
6700 Washington Ave. S.
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Phone: (800) 328-8602
Services: Hear Now is an application-based program that provides hearing help to low-income Americans. Each person assisted is fit with new, top-of-the-line digital hearing aids that are customized to their hearing loss.

Lions Eye Care Program
Oneonta: (607) 746-0574
Services: provide financial assistance to help purchase eye glasses for eligible individuals who have no insurance. An application must be submitted to be considered for assistance.

New York Relay Service 7-1-1
Phone: 711 or (800) 421-1220
Services: New York Relay Service is a statewide service that connects standard (voice) telephone users with deaf, hard-of hearing, deaf-blind, speech-disabled, or late-deafened people who use text telephones (TTYs) or voice carry-over
(VCO) phones. Just dial 7-1-1 to reach a Relay Operator. CapTel users dial the 10-digit number directly. NOTE: If the phone from which you are calling does not accept 7-1-1, just call 1-800-421-1220 for the same great results.

New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD)
44 Holland Avenue
Albany, New York 12229
Phone: (866) 946-9733
Services: The New York State OPWDD is responsible for coordinating services for individuals with developmental disabilities, providing services directly, and through a network of agencies

New York State Talking Book and Braille Library- Cultural Education Center
Empire State Plaza
222 Madison Ave.
Albany, New York 12230
Phone: (800) 342-3688
Services: lends audio and braille books and magazines, and the necessary playback equipment, to residents of the 55 upstate counties of New York State who are unable to use standard printed materials because of a visual or physical disability

Rehabilitation Support Services - RSS
57 Elm Street
Oneonta, NY 13820
Services: RSS strives to enrich and empower the lives of individuals with psychiatric and substance abuse disorders by providing services and opportunities for meaningful emotional, social, vocational and educational growth. Through housing, employment, care coordination, treatment, socialization and wellness programs, individuals are provided with experiences that will equip them to lead productive and fulfilling lives in their communities.

Rural Health Network of South Central New York
Vision Program
2663 Main Street
Whitney Point, New York 13862
Phone: (607) 692-7669 / (888) 603-5973
Services: Provides vouchers for eye exams and/or glasses for eligible individuals.

Social Security Administration
31 Main Street
Oneonta, New York 13820
Phone: (877) 628-6581
Services: Social Security pays disability benefits to an individual and certain members of the family if the individual has worked long enough and has a medical condition that has prevented work, or is expected to prevent working for at least 12 months or end in death.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) pays benefits to disabled adults and children who have limited income and resources.

Southern Tier Independence Center
135 East Frederick Street
Binghamton, New York 13904
Phone: (607) 724-2111/(877) 722-9150
Services: STIC provides many services that are designed to promote independence for persons with disabilities. Services include Deaf Services, Consumer Directed Personal Assistance, TBI waiver program and NHTD waiver program.

105 Campus Drive
Oneonta, New York 13820
Phone: (607) 286-7171
Services: Springbrook provides lifelong support to people of all ages with developmental disabilities, ranging from both residential and day education programs at the School at Springbrook, to residential support in our Community Homes program, and a host of options between.

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