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Oswego County Humane Society

29 West Seneca Street
Oswego, NY

Provides foster homes for animals awaiting adoption, education on animal welfare and animal care issues, low-cost spay and neuter services, and temporary nutritional assistance to large companion animals.

Oswego County Opportunities (OCO)

239 Oneida Street
Fulton, NY

Provides a variety of services to the community including assistance for the homeless, educational programming, health and nutrition services, and transportation.

Oswego County Prevention Coalition (OCPC)

283 West Second Street
Suite 100
Oswego, NY

Works to increase protective factors and decrease risk factors for adolescent substance abuse in Oswego County.

Oswego County SPCA

357 State Street
Fulton, NY

Rescues, fosters, and rehabilitates dogs and cats and strives to seek suitable homes for animals without owners through adoption.

Oswego Industries

7 Morrill Place
Fulton, NY

Provides programs and services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities including pre-vocational and vocational training, day habilitation services, and Community Habilitation Services.

Oswego YMCA

265 West First Street
Oswego, NY

Provides recreational programs and activities.

Partners in Learning, Inc.

422 Gifford Street
Room 103
Syracuse, NY

Offers educational and employment services to adults, children, and families of diverse cultures. The services are designed to enhance literacy and language skills, promote intergenerational learning, and build cross-cultural connections.

Paws Across Oswego County

2035 County Route 1
Oswego, NY

Fosters and adopts animals and works with local shelters to provide spay and neuter services. Provides low cost vet care when possible.

PAWS of CNY, Inc

PO Box 2222
Syracuse, NY

Provides pet visitation and therapy services to senior, assisted living, adult day care, rehabilitation, and hospital facilities. Provides dogs for children to read to in local libraries and schools to improve their reading skills.


217 South Salina Street
2nd Floor
Syracuse, NY

Helps individuals in the community realize their potential to become self-sufficient by providing a variety of programs to families and individuals.

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