PO Box 550, Binghamton, NY 13902
211 calls can offer guidance on issues ranging from troubles with housing and shelter, rent payments, employment and education, income assistance, food and meal assistance, legal assistance, health and dental care, mental health, help with clothing and household items, substance abuse programs, transportation and reentry to society, family care and more. 211 does not offer direct financial assistance. Instead, the service puts people in touch with the programs who can, or point callers to resources to find the answers they need.

511 NY Rideshare
Services: 5-1-1 is a transportation and traffic information telephone hotline in some regions of the United States and Canada. Travelers can dial 511, a three-digit telephone number, on landlines and most mobile phones.

Catholic Charities of Delaware & Otsego Counties
21 Liberty Street
Sidney, NY 13838
Phone: (607) 604-4071
Services: Uses a variety of approaches to deal with poverty, providing basic needs to individuals and advocacy to address systemic poverty. Through its member agencies, they provide services through activities such as housing, health care, and disaster relief.

Cornell Cooperative Extension
34570 State Highway 10
Hamden, NY 13782
Phone: (607) 865-6531

Delaware County Department of Social Services - MEDICAID
111 Main Street
Delhi, New York 13753
Phone: (607) 832-5300
Support: Support Services. Medical Assistance is the term used in NYS for Medicaid Programs. The traditional, very comprehensive programs are fee-for-service Medicaid, and Managed Care Medicaid. Both these programs are for individuals and families who meet income and resource guidelines. Chronic Care Medicaid is also available for nursing homes and long term
home health care services.

Delaware County Department of Social Services - SNAP
111 Main Street
Delhi, New York 13753
Phone: (607) 832-5300
Services: Support Services. SNAP, formerly known as the food stamp program, issues monthly electronic benefits that can be used like cash at authorized retail food stores. Eligibility and benefit levels are based on household size, income, and other factors.

Delaware Opportunities, Inc. - CHILD CARE
35430 State Highway 10
Hamden, New York 13782
Phone: (607) 746-1620
Services: Support Services. The CCR&R is dedicated to serving the child care community through information and referrals, training, advocacy, and education. CCR&R's goal is to be the primary resource for the child care community and to assume a leadership role in supporting children, families, child care providers, employers and the public to ensure that quality child care takes its place as an integral part of society.

Delaware Opportunities, Inc. - SAFE AGAINST VIOLENCE
35430 State Highway 10
Hamden, New York 13782
Phone: (607) 746-6278/(607) 746-1720
Services: Support Services. Safe Against Violence offers comprehensive services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and other crimes. Services include safe, confidential shelter for domestic violence victims and their families, short term crisis and supportive counseling, medical and legal advocacy and accompaniment, information and referrals, and a 24/7 confidential hotline. Crime victims are assisted in filing claims for compensation. Educational programs aimed at preventing sexual assault and domestic violence are available for schools, community groups and human service and health care providers.

Family Resource Network, Inc.
46 Oneida Street
Oneonta, New York 13820
Phone: (607) 432-0001
Services: Support 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 for Delaware & Otsego Counties.

Mothers and Babies
457 State Street Binghamton, NY 13901
Phone: 607-772-0517
Services: Our mission is to improve pregnancy and child birth outcomes and to support the health and development of all individuals and families. We educate our communities; connect individuals and families to health and other services, advocate for system improvements, and partner with other agencies, government and providers to strengthen families.

NY Kinship
87 N. Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY 14604
Phone: 877-454-6463
Services: The NYS Kinship Navigator is an information, referral and advocacy program for kinship caregivers in New York State. A kinship caregiver is an individual that is caring for a child that is not biologically their own. In New York State, there are an estimated 179,000 caregivers, 131,000 of whom are grandparents. Many others are aunts and uncles. The Navigator seeks to assist these caregivers by providing information on financial assistance, legal information and referrals, and other types of issues that caregivers face when raising children in order to provide stability and permanency in the home.

Rural Health Network of South Central New York GetThere Transportation Assistance Program
455 Court Street
Binghamton, New York 13904
Phone: 855-373-4040 or 607-692-7669

Soldier On
Soldier On meets with veterans by appointment at local Human Service agencies
Services: Soldier On is committed to ending veteran homelessness and provides homeless veterans with transitional housing and supportive services.

Veterans Service Agency - Delaware County
1 Gallant Avenue, Highway Annex, Suite A
Delhi, New York 13753
Services: provide entitlement information and advocacy assistance to military personnel, to military veterans, and their dependents in matters related to federal, state and local benefits.

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Site at Hartwick College
Hartwick College
PO Box 4020
207 Golisano Hall
Oneonta, NY 13820
Tel. (607) - 431 - 4338
Services: VITA grant program is an IRS initiative designed to support free tax preparation service for the underserved through various partner organizations. This service helps low- to moderate-income individuals, persons with disabilities, the elderly, and limited English speakers file their taxes each year for free. Services are offered year-round.

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