Blood programs, Disaster relief, Service to Military families and Veterans. We also provide Community Disaster Education and Preparedness.
Providing services to people through advocacy, convening and empowerment. Including counseling for individuals, couples, families and crisis pregnancies. Parenting program, Adoptions, Emergency Assistance, etc.
Church on the Rock’s Food Pantry provides up to three days of emergency food assistance for families in the city of Oneida. The Pantry is located at 119 East Railroad Street, Oneida, NY and is open Wednesdays 11 am to 1 pm. The clothing center is open 11 am to 4 pm.
CAP works to build resilience in children, families and the community through home and office based support workers, special education advocacy, mentoring, fatherhood program, food resource programs and the Mary Rose Center (health care for the uninsured).
Provides an array of day and evening services to individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Picturesque gardens, a working greenhouse, and a menagerie of small farm animals, serve as vehicles for habilitation, education and exploration.
Provides quality, compassionate care for patients with any life limiting illness and their families, regardless of ability to pay. Serves residents of Oneida, Herkimer & Eastern Madison Counties.
During the last full week of each month, we provide a Coffee Hour beginning at 10:30 am and a free, hot nutritious meal from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm.
Free legal advice and representation in civil areas of the law for economically disadvantaged individuals and for seniors over the age of 60.
Camping experience for children with special concerns and needs who would benefit from the experience.
Early Care and Education for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years. “Quality Childcare Since 1971”
Emergency food pantry; providing area families with canned & frozen food and non-food items. Monday-Wednesday-Friday 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Provides services to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and other violent crimes through a 24-hour hotline, crisis and short-term counseling, advocacy, community/professional education and training and housing for women and children in a safe dwelling.
An open admission shelter providing services for stray and unwanted animals in Madison County and Central New York. Programs include humane education, pet adoptions, public awareness campaigns for animal issues and spay/neuter assistance.
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