Care Compass Network Welcomes New Partner Organizations

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Care Compass Network is continuing to grow and involve new partner organizations to join in our PPS’s work through the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program. We are pleased to welcome these new organizations to join us as we work collectively towards a common goal; transforming healthcare.

Arc of Madison Cortland

The Arc of Madison Cortland provides leadership in the field of disabilities, supporting people, and developing the necessary human and financial resources that allow members of the community to achieve their potential. The Arc of Madison Cortland provides a wide array of programs and support for the community such as, respite services, Alternatives Vocational Services, transportation program, clinical services, day habilitation, residential services, etc.

Click here to learn more about The Arc of Madison Cortland

Cortland County Community Action Program, Inc (CAPCO)

CAPCO is dedicated to helping individuals and families change their lives and become self-reliant. To accomplish these goals, the Community Action Program provides resources and programs that promote self-reliance and dignity, such as Early Head Start, Women Infants Children, family development, energy services, etc. CAPCO works with individuals and families – children, adults and seniors within Cortland County.

Click here to learn more about the Cortland County Community Action Program, Inc (CAPCO)

Finger Lakes Independence Center (FLIC)

In 1988 FLIC opened its doors as an independent living center that provided skills, training, peer counseling, and individual and systems advocacy. FLIC continually grows and offers new services to meet the needs of the community. Today, FLIC also offers student transition services, accessibility consultations, community education and outreach, American sign language classes, and medical equipment and ramp loans.

Click here to learn more about the Finger Lakes Independence Center (FLIC)

Franziska Racker Centers

Franziska Racker Centers is a voluntary, not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to creating opportunities for individuals with disabilities and their families, from newborns to senior citizens. With over 30 sites throughout Tompkins, Cortland, and Tioga Counties, Franziska Racker Centers provides a wide range of services including: preschool special education, clinical therapies, mental health treatment programs, residential opportunities, and community support services.

Click here to learn more about Franziska Racker Centers

Tompkins Community Action Inc (TCA)

Tompkins Community Action offers 28 programs that serve over 6,000 low-income individuals and families each year, such as, energy services, housing vouchers, food pantry, early childhood programs, summer programs for children, universal pre-kindergarten, after school programs, family literacy, EmPower NY, job training, etc.

Click here to learn more about Tompkins Community Action, Inc

Tompkins County Health Department

Tompkins County Health Department provides several programs and services for community residents of Tompkins County that promote public health through education, training, and advocacy. A few of the services provided by Tompkins County Health Department include, flu vaccinations, WIC program, education information on communicable diseases, community health services to find local programs, information on the new tobacco regulation, lead poisoning prevention, and job training services.

Click here to learn more about Tompkins County Health Department