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The work involves responsibility for reviewing local jurisdiction emergency health programs. The work is carried out in accordance with standard, well established public health techniques and procedures as recommended by the New York State Department of Health and involves planning, directing, developing, administering and evaluating the public health emergency service in relation to the total program.
Responsibilities include communicable disease & rabies investigation and response, maternal child health home visits, vaccine administration and other public health related duties as assigned.
Cindy Brown, Residence Coordinator, is the Arc of Steuben's Associate of the Month for March.
Daniel Gleason, Production Worker, is the recipient of the Community Inclusion Success Award for the First Quarter. Daniel was nominated by Shanna Gardner, Chief Financial Officer.
Assist consumers in meeting their employment goals.
The primary goal of the Family Support Navigator is to assist families and individuals with gaining an increased understanding of the progression of addiction and how to navigate insurance and treatment systems.
Assist individuals and families with the enrollment into AIM’s Consumer Directed Personal Care Services and conduct outreach to promote the program and reach new participants.
To advocate for individuals with developmental and other disabilities to lead a self-directed life. We believe people with disabilities deserve the opportunity to direct their own supports while maintaining or improving their quality of life in their homes and in their community.
Service coordination assists persons with development disabilities and their families in gaining access to services and supports appropriate to their needs. OPWDD delivers almost all service coordination through its Medicaid Service Coordination (MSC). MSC is provided by qualified service coordinators and uses a person-centered planning process in developing, implementing and maintaining an Individualized service plan (ISP).
Support individuals with developmental disabilities with their self-direct individualized budget. We believe people with disabilities deserve the opportunity to direct their own supports while maintaining and improving their quality of life in their homes and in their community.
The building Custodian is responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of agency buildings by performing various cleaning duties.
To provide services to assist participants with managing emotional responses related to a physical or cognitive disability.
The Discovery Kids Storytime at the Dormann Library in Bath, N.Y. has been working on a project for the New Year. We are tackling World Peace!
This position works full time in the Elmira City School District providing a variety of conflict resolution services.
Registration is open for the fourth annual AIM Golf Tournament, set for Sunday, May 6 at Elmira Country Club. One lucky player will take the Million Dollar Shot after the tournament.
To assist individuals with disabilities to remain home independently in the community by arranging and administering consumer directed care.
In partnership with the Downtown Elmira’s Streetpainting Festival, CareFirst is actively recruiting runners, volunteers, and sponsors for Ready, Set, Glow 5k.
TangleWoodstock tickets and upcoming events!
The Rotary Club of Corning, NY is pleased to welcome one of its newest members, Tiffany Bowes. “The Club is growing,” said Club President Ted Goldwyn, adding that nine new members were inducted this year alone, for a total of 107 members.
The Corning Rotary Club would like to thank the community for supporting the 18th Annual International Dinner, on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at the Radisson Hotel Corning, 125 Denison Parkway East, Corning, NY.
For the first time ever the Southern Tier Outdoor Show will be featuring the high flying action of DockDogs®, the independent governing and sanctioning body for dock jumping and dock diving canine performance sports.
United Way of the Southern Tier has launched a new volunteer portal, offering an easy way to post volunteer opportunities for nonprofits - and an easy way for individuals to respond to needs!
April news from the Steuben Prevention Coalition!
The Nutrition Outreach and Education Program Assistant assists the NOEP Coordinator in reaching the objective of increasing participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) among Steuben County residents. Responsibilities include providing SNAP outreach & assistance to eligible individuals, increasing awareness about and improving perception of SNAP within the greater community, and developing partnerships with local social service organizations interested in expanding SNAP participation.
The latest updates on Family Enrichment for April!
The latest news from Cornell Cooperative Extension | Steuben County!
The latest edition of In the Know focusing on April as Alcohol Awareness Month!
The community is invited to participate in the 10th annual STEPS Walk, where walkers take Steps To End Poverty in Steuben. The walk raises both awareness about poverty in Steuben County and funds for Turning Point poverty services, which work to end poverty across Steuben County for one individual, one family, one child at a time. The event is free and open to the public.
The latest edition of Steuben County Public Health’s Wellness Matters newsletter for April and May!
The Clinical Supervisor is responsible to the Residential Services Director for the daily operation of the community residence and SLP. Serves as the designated health care coordinator of the programs. The Clinical Supervisor is the immediate supervisor of all staff within the community residence as well as the SLP Counselor.
CareFirst's largest fundraiser, Petal Pushers geranium sales are kicking off with a goal of raising $28,000 for local hospice and grief programs! In order to reach our goal, we need your help!
The April Calendar is here!
April News from Southern Tier Tobacco Awareness Coalition
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month!
Pathways, Inc. employee, Christie Glick has been recognized as Employee of the First Quarter for her exceptional service to the organization, and advocacy for youth receiving care through the Children’s Health Home Care Management Program.
Pro Action is seeking an outgoing and responsible individual with an excellent driving record to provide the timely delivery of meals to Congregate Meal Sites and Home Delivered Meal customers in Steuben County, from our central kitchen in Bath.
Pro Action is seeking a friendly, outgoing individual to travel to Senior Nutrition meal sites in Steuben and Yates Counties to provide direct customer service and ensure that our customers receive a high quality meal service on a daily basis.
Estate planning today is more complicated than it has ever been. Often, mistakes in a plan are not discovered until someone has passed on. Unfortunately, then it is too late.
Pathways, Inc. is actively recruiting Resource (Foster) Parents for the Agency’s Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC) Program. The TFC Program serves youth and families in the Finger Lakes, Southern Tier, and Western New York Regions. This program serves children and youth ranging from birth to 21 years of age who have serious emotional difficulties, complex medical issues, and/or developmental disabilities.
Under the direct supervision of the Chief Program Officer and VP Community & Donor Relations, this person is responsible for the administration of nutrition services for Head Start and operation of the CFJP program and CFJP Bistro, closely adhering to Head Start Performance Standard services and regulations as well as NYS Health Department regulations.
The Corning Rotary Club is pleased to announce its newest Paul Harris Fellow, Sam Sanfratello. Rotarians designate a Paul Harris Fellow to recognize a person whose life demonstrates a shared purpose with the objectives and mission of the Rotary Foundation, to build world understanding and peace.