CCN Welcomes New Partners

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Care Compass Network is continuing to grow and involve new partner organizations in our PPS’ 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 health care.

Diabetic Care Associates
Located in Binghamton, Diabetic Care Associates provides a multi-disciplinary approach to diabetes management that is designed to focus on the individual’s specific medical needs. Every individual is treated with respect and concern and is provided with a personalized care plan to help them take control of their disease with a goal to minimize medication while preventing future complications.

Click here to learn more about Diabetic Care Associates.

Food Bank of the Southern Tier
Headquartered in Elmira, the Food Bank of the Southern Tier is committed to creating a future without hunger, where everyone has access to healthy food creating a successful, strong, and vibrant society. Through the support of donors, the Food Bank of the Southern Tier is able to provide access to healthy food for those in need across a 6-county region. The food bank partners with agencies such as, churches, emergency food pantries, shelters, soup kitchens, and senior centers as a means to distribute food.

Click here to learn more about Food Bank of the Southern Tier.

Ithaca Health Alliance
Founded in 1997, the Ithaca Health Alliance provides health care for all, focusing on the needs of the uninsured and underinsured. Ithaca Health Alliance has 3 primary programs: Ithaca Free Clinic, Ithaca Health Fund, and Community Health Education. These programs provide 100% medical and holistic services for those without health insurance or who cannot afford holistic care.

Click here to learn more about Ithaca Health Alliance.

William George Agency for Children’s Services
The William George Agency provides a safe and caring residential environment that provides therapeutic, clinical, and medical care for at-risk children and youth. The agency works with children to help them develop the attitudes, social skills, and self-direction that enables them to become contributing members of the community. They also partner with families to engage and empower them in their efforts to successful reunite and preserve the family unit.

Click here to learn more about the William George Agency for Children’s Services.