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.
Justin Smith, Facilities, was named Associate of the Month for October. Smith was nominated by Kaylie Nichols, Program Coordinator, for not only making sure that residential houses and the Bath office complex are maintained and safe, but also involving the people we support in the process.read more
Alfred State College’s Center for Community Education and Training, the Steuben Prevention Coalition and Bath-Haverling High School have teamed up to bring the “Steered Straight” program to the Southern Tierread more
Upcoming events, community conversations, studies and public policy all make the case for tobacco awareness in the Southern Tier in a new issue of A Closer Look.read more
ProAction announces the opening of the HEAP program and a new job opening with the organization in its latest newsletter.read more
In Schuyler County, donations are needed to create “Gifts of Hope” for 175 families.read more
Winter is no obstacle for programming at Tanglewood Nature Center. A long list of events is planned for the coming months.