ProAction offers two exciting opportunities specific to fathers or father figures. The very popular upcoming virtual Fatherhood Connections Group and a Community Action Collaboration for an upcoming Fatherhood Summit.
Join Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County (CCE-Steuben) for a fun evening on Friday, November 12 with TRIVIA led by Bob Smith of Bulldog Sounds DJ Services being the highlight of the night!
The Dormann Library is pleased to announce that we have won a $1,000 2021 Outreach Mini-Grant for the creation of a Lending Library for Senior Living and Long Term Care Facilities.
Be a voice for families with young children throughout Steuben and Livingston County by joining the Healthy Families Steuben/Livingston advisory group.
The Professional Grant Development live online workshop, which is normally held at Cornell University, has been moved online for health and safety concerns. It will include: the same length of instruction, interactive discussions, and one-on-ones with the instructor.
Be inspired to write by nature during a unique workshop event on Oct. 23, but don’t forget about other fall inspired events at Tanglewood and to check in on the Fall Foliage report to make sure you don’t miss fall peak beauty at the nature center.
These sessions are open to adult children, spouses, partners and respite volunteers on the third Friday of each month via Zoom with facilitators Katherine Carr, LMSW and Hannah Sweet LMSW and is a service of Finger Lakes Caregiver Institute at Lifespan.
In this edition of Catholic Charities Steuben/Livingston Prevention Services newsletter “In the Know,” they focus on Red Ribbon Week for promoting substance free living, especially for kids and schools. Everyone is encouraged to help show support for prevention and substance free living by wearing red on Friday, October 29.
The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) named Tess McKinley, Executive Director at CCE Steuben, to participate in the 2021-2022 class of the Appalachian Leadership institute at http://bit.ly/arc-leadership. As an Appalachian Leadership Institute Fellow, Tess will participate in an extensive, nine-month series of skill-building seminars featuring regional experts, peer-to-peer learning, and case study analysis.
All Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists, Creative Arts Therapists, Educators, and other Helping and Human Service Professionals are invited to register now. Space is limited in each webinar.