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Disabilities and Health Conditions

Communication Impairments (2) YF-1500  

Developmental Disabilities (108) YF-1800  

Health Conditions (132) YF-3000  

Hearing Loss (11) YF-3200  

Home/Community Care Recipients (2) YF-3300  

Learning Disabilities (6) YF-4500  

Mental Illness/Emotional Disabilities (192) YF-5000  

Patients (7) YF-6000  

Physical Disabilities (2) YF-6500  

Substance Use Disorders (6) YF-8000  

Visual Impairments (18) YF-9000  

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Basic Needs and Assistance
ARISE Child and Family Service, Inc.

635 James Street
Syracuse, NY

Program offers assistance, information, education and referral about benefits, housing, nursing home advocacy and diversion to avoid moving into a nursing home, respite services for care givers, consumer-directed personal services, traumatic brain injury services, and a personal care bank for …

Covenant Housing Corp of Central New York

1228 Teall Avenue
Suite 2
Syracuse, NY

Provides affordable housing options for low and very-low income households and individuals with physical, developmental, and/or psychiatric disabilities. Serves individuals and families interested in home ownership as first-time home buyers. Owns and operates affordable and accessible rental …

Independent Living Program
Northern Regional Center for Independent Living (NRCIL)

210 Court Street
Suite 107
Watertown, NY

Provides a variety of services for people with disabilities in an effort to gain independence. Services include individual advocacy, peer counseling, systems advocacy, benefits planning assistance, education and employment support, ADA consultations, housing search assistance, and media resources.

New York State Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs

161 Delaware Avenue
Delmar, NY

Provides support and protection to people with special needs and disabilities. Seeks to ensure that individuals who receive services from a facility or provider that is operated, licensed, or certified by one of six state agencies - Office for People With Developmental Disabilities, Office of …

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