Over 30 Years of Service to
the Southern Tier Nonprofit Sector
At IHS, we believe that nonprofit and human service organizations are the foundation upon which a community is held. Nonprofits provide vital programs and services that lift entire populations and operate as a driving force for innovation, economic growth, and job creation. Providing hope and opportunity, nonprofits work with individuals at all levels of society with the goal of creating a better, more prosperous world, for all.
IHS works with nonprofits, for-profit businesses, funders, government entities, and community leaders to create a network of collaboration and communication aimed at improving the quality of life in the Southern Tier. We believe that success is achievable when organizations can break out of their silos and are given the right tools to meet a common goal. Our focus is on the good of the community. We are a dynamic and responsive entity, able to provide the information and resources that are most needed in the community, both for organizations and individuals.
IHS operates programs and services such as the 2-1-1 HELPLINE, Steuben Rural Health Network, Coordinated Transportation Services, Mobility Management, Resource Development, Member Services, and Lead Agency Services. We specialize in capacity building and information & referral.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County is offering more online financial classes during this epidemic. Upcoming class topics will include: The Probate Process and Long Term Care Planning.read more
From Buffalo, to Syracuse, to Elmira, to Albany – and everywhere in between – you can #RaceWhereYouAre with us on September 13th in an effort to make Upstate New York more pink than ever before when the annual Twin Tiers Race for the Cure goes virtual.read more
This issue of In the Know reveals the dangers of emerging marijuana concentrates, offers tips for celebrating graduation season safely and gives advice on how to talk to your doctor about opioid prescriptions.read more
Summer camp is underway. Kids are out fishing and hiking and exploring. It is so nice to hear them laughing and playing. The Nature Center has opened – and thanks to all the guests who are wearing masks, and being mindful of physical distancing in the exhibit hall. In person programming remains on hold, but may return soon.read more
See the latest slate of events happening at Resilient Children and Families Community Centers around Steuben County in July by checking out this month’s calendars.read more
In this issue: Speaker Series - online July 14th Pesticide Applicator Training - July 14th Probate and Long Term Care Planning workshops Probate and Long Term Care Planning workshops Herb Potato Salad Farmers' Markets are open Restructuring the Steuben County Fair...read more