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.
Pathways is seeking a registered nurse to be contracted with Steuben County Public Health. The work involves responsibility for the performance of skilled nursing activities with individuals and families in accordance with the planned program of the Steuben County Public Health.
The museum gallery is open six days a week, Monday – Saturday, from 10 to 5 p.m. Featured at the museum are new Civil War lectures and a Thatcher Glass exhibit.
he Dormann Library is helping readers embrace humor to reduce stress together during the next Big Library Read, the world’s largest digital book club. From April 5-19, readers can learn stress-managing techniques from psychologist and stand-up comedian Brian King’s The Art of Taking It Easy ebook from their public library.
Planning large, online conferences may look easier said than done. There are many pitfalls for first-time hosts that can be avoided by following these 10 steps that will surely enhance the experience of planners, attendees and everyone involved.
Alcohol awareness efforts, prescription drug takeback days and raising awareness for child sex abuse prevention in the month of April highlight the efforts noted in this edition of In the Know.
Triumph Leadership Group is offering upcoming, socially distanced sessions on the topics of Stress-Free Leadership in Corning on May 19 and 20, 2021.