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Foster Children YK-8000.2000  

Bridges to Health (B2H)
Children's Home of Jefferson County

1704 State Street
Watertown, NY

Provides community based health care services and support to children in foster care.

ENHANCE (Excellence in Health Care for Abused and Neglected Children)
SUNY Upstate Medical University

90 Presidential Plaza
Syracuse, NY

Provides comprehensive health care to children in foster care. Services include advocacy, pediatric health care, mental health services, and developmental assessments.

Foster Care Program
Children's Home of Jefferson County

1704 State Street
Watertown, NY

Provides both long- and short-term services for youth unable to be cared for by their birth families or legal guardians. Recruits and trains prospective foster parents.

Independent Living for Foster Children
Onondaga County Department of Children and Family Services

421 Montgomery Street
Civic Center, 8th Floor
Syracuse, NY

Provides services to teens in foster care who are interested in learning real world life skills through intensive casework and participation in group activities.

Onondaga Independent Living (IL) Skills Program
Liberty Resources

1065 James Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides living skills instruction to Onondaga County foster care youth ages 14 to 21 years to teach them the necessary information and skills needed for living indpendently after foster care.

Respite Care
The House of the Good Shepherd

1550 Champlin Avenue
Utica, NY

Provides children and families with a short-term break away to support family relationships or to avert a future need for more intensive care. Respite stays can be on a scheduled or emergency basis for up to 21 days.

Siblings YK-8000  

The Compassionate Friends of CNY

Immanuel Lutheran Church
4947 State Route 31
Clay, NY

A self- help organization offering friendship, understanding and hope to families that have experienced the death of a child, grandchild or sibling.

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