Agency List (2017-2018)

  • ARC OF OSWEGO COUNTY
    7 Morrill Place, Fulton, NY 13069
    Tel: 315-598-3108
    www.arcofoswegocounty.org
    Advocacy and services for people with disabilities.

     

  • ARISE Child & Family Services
    9 Fourth Ave., Oswego, NY
    Tel: 315-342-4088
    www.ariseinc.org
    Assisting with home modifications for physical needs, including ramps and durable medical equipment. Providing community support for resources and care.

     

  • AURORA
    518 James St./Suite 100 Syracuse, NY 13203
    Tel: 315-422-7263
    www.auroraofcny.org
    Dedicated to providing services for people with visual and hearing impairments.

     

  • BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Longhouse Council
    2803 Brewerton Rd., Mattydale, NY 13211
    Tel: 315-463-0201
    www.cnyscouts.org
    The programs (Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturing, Sea Scouts and Explorers) of the Boy Scouts of America teach core values of citizenship, character development, leadership development and physical fitness to prepare the youth of Central and Northern New York to become ethical and responsible adults.

     

  • CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF OSWEGO COUNTY
    365 West First St. Fulton, NY 13069
    Tel: 315-598-3980
    www.ccoswego.com
    Main focus is the well being of children and families. Provides help and support to Oswego County residents through counseling, referral and emergency services.

     

  • CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER
    301 Beech St., Fulton, NY 13069
    Tel: 315-59-CHILD
    www.oswegocac.org
    Provides and coordinates services to child abuse victims in Oswego County.

     

  • CHILDREN’S CENTER OF OSWEGO
    131 Sheldon Hall SUNY Oswego
    Oswego, NY 13126
    Tel: 315-312-2587
    www.oswego.edu/other_campus/children/
    Two NAEYC accredited day care centers provide year round care and preschool programs for children 18months – 5 years old. Program includes meals, developmentally appropriate play, learning activities and field trips.

     

  • C.O.C.O.A.A (County of Oswego Council Alcoholism and Addictions)
    53 East Third St., Oswego, NY 13126
    Tel: 315-342-2370 - Fax: 315-342-7570
    Outpatient alcohol and drug treatment and prevention services throughout Oswego County. Individual and group counseling, evaluation, primary prevention, services to at-risk youth and families.

     

  • FARNHAM FAMILY SERVICES
    283 West Second St., Oswego, NY
    Tel: 315-342-4489
    www.farnhaminc.org
    Two outpatient clinics provide alcohol and drug treatment for adults/adolescents. Student assistance, counseling in school for children at risk. Information/consulting available to community.

 

  • GIRL SCOUTS of NYPENN Pathways, Inc.
    8170 Thompson Rd., Cicero, NY 13039
    Tel: 315-698-9400 - Fax: 315-698-9500
    www.gsnypenn.org/
    The premier personal leadership development program for girls ages 5-17, who in partnership with volunteer adult mentors: discover confidence in themselves, connect with others as a member of a team.

     

  • HUMAN CONCERNS CENTER, INC.
    85 East Fourth Street
    Oswego, NY 13126
    Tel: 315-342-7301
    Provides emergency services by supplying a 3 day supply of food every 30 days for needy families and individuals in Oswego County.

     

  • INTEGRATED COMMUNITY PLANNING
    317 West 1st Street, Suite #111
    Oswego, NY 13126
    Tel: 315-343-2345
    http://www.icpoc.org/
    A community resource agency to support and improve the quality of life for youth and families of Oswego County by affecting change in behaviors, environments, and policy. This is provided through quality, accessible and affordable education, training, advocacy, technical assistance, and partnerships.

 

  • LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF Mid-NY
    108 West Bridge Street
    Oswego, NY 13126
    Tel: 315-532-6900
    Domestic Violence Legal Services Program helps low income domestic violence victims and their children terminate abusive marriages and relationships, stabilize their finances, protect themselves from domestic violence, maintain/obtain access to healthcare, and avoid homelessness.

     

  • PULASKI COMMUNITY CUPBOARD
    12 Bridge St, Pulaski, NY 13142
    Telephone:(315) 298-4357
    A food pantry for individuals in need residing in the Pulaski School District.

 

  • OSWEGO COUNTY OPPORTUNITIES INC.
    239 Oneida St., Fulton, NY 13069
    315-598-4717
    www.oco.org
    Community action programs include a “hands on” learning day care, home-bound senior meals, shelter for runaway and homeless youth, support and care for pregnant and parenting adolescents with prenatal care and health services for themselves and their babies. Assisting victims of physical, sexual and/or emotional violence with support and information. Literacy volunteers program.

     

  • RETIRED & SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (RSVP)
    103 Rich Hall, SUNY Oswego
    Oswego, NY 13126
    Tel: 315-312-2317
    RSVP’s mission is to encourage and foster the development and maintenance of volunteer opportunities that engage, support and enhance the lives of Americans 55+, while responding to the priority needs of the community..

     

  • RURAL & MIGRANT MINISTRIES of OSWEGO COUNTY
    P.O. Box 192/15 Stewart St.
    Richland, NY 13144
    Tel: 315-298-1154
    Primary healthcare for uninsured persons. Small food pantry, counseling, group programs, prescription assistance, youth counselor, advocacy and referral services.

     

  • SALVATION ARMY of OSWEGO COUNTY
    P.O. Box 146, 73 West 2nd St. Oswego, NY 13126
    Tel: 315-343-6491
    www.oswegosa.com
    Food Pantry, soup kitchen, adult and children character development programs. Music programs, individual and family counseling. Emergency help for families. Summer camp for children. Serving the Oswego area and community.

     

  • YMCA of Fulton
    715 West Broadway Fulton, NY 13069
    Tel: 315-598-9622
    www.fultonymca.com
    A provider of programs for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

     

  • YMCA of Oswego
    249 West First St., Oswego, NY
    Tel: 315-343-1981
    Armory: 315-342-6082
    www.oswegoymca.org
    A provider of programs for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.