Compendium of Services: Tompkins

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Domestic Violence

Advocacy Center of Tompkins County

PO Box 164
Ithaca, NY 14851

Phone: 607-277-3203

Residential and/or non-residential services. Child Protective Services/Domestic Violence Collaboration: Co-location of Domestic violence (DV) advocate at the CPS office to provide protocol development, case consultation, home visits, cross-training, and jointly work to safety plan for DV victims and their children.

Kinship

Kinship Navigator Program Catholic Family Center

87 N. Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY 14604

Phone: 1-877-454-6463

Assists Kinship caregivers, and children in their care, in gaining access to information and community support services. Any caregiver residing in the State is able to utilize the toll-free phone line or website to identify Kinship care related services in their home locale. In addition, Kinship specialists are available to assess caregiver needs and develop a plan of action.

Prevention

Child Development Council of Central New York, Inc.

609 W Clinton St
Ithaca, NY 14850

Phone: 607-273-0259
Serving: Cortland County, Tompkins County

Support to disconnected youth and their parents. Youth and their families who are at-risk for PINS, Probation and/or Family Courts matters will be referred for services to maintain permanency with families. Families will be referred from DSS, CPS hotline call, Preventive services and other sources. The Family Services team will collaborate with referrals to other services related to meeting basic needs, housing, health, mental health and substance abuse services.

Prevent Child Abuse NY - Parent Helpline

4 Global View
Troy, NY 12180

Phone: 1-800-CHILDREN
Serving: Statewide

Regional Child Abuse Prevention Initiatives utilizing the Protective Factors Framework training and convening cross-systems coalitions in four communities. Parent Information and Resource Center, including the Parent Helpline that assists parents/caregivers through calls, emails, and in-person requests, and website searches. Enough Abuse Campaign to reduce child sexual abuse. PCANY began as the Standard of Quality for Family Strengthening and Support (SOQ) trainer for the New York State Family Support Network (NYSFSN) during this past year. All of these activities include a parent leadership/engagement component.

Tompkins County Department of Social Services

125 E Court St
Ithaca, NY 14850

Phone: 607-274-5680
Serving: Tompkins

The project aims to engage disconnected at-risk young parents ages 16-24 in preventive education and services to reduce the occurrence/ reoccurrence of abuse and violence in young families. Most services will be provided individually or in small groups with service providers seeking to meet where the young parent is most comfortable.

Case management connecting them to resources for immediate needs and for longer term self -sufficiency, such as: immediate housing, access to financial assistance, and/or medical services. They will also learn to build parenting skills.

Psycho-educational component to address the trauma experienced by this population.

Focus on long-term health: planning and take steps to bring about long-term health, wellness and stability that will build resiliency and reduce the occurrence or reoccurrence of future abuse and violence in the family.