|Advisory/Advocacy Services||Provides education and advocacy services for people affected by epilepsy and seizure disorders.||Albany||ADVOCACY||EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK|
|Counseling Services||participants meet with TLCIL staff to discuss goals, concerns, and experiences. staff can provide referrals as needed||Franklin||PEER COUNSELING||TRI-LAKES CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING|
|Disease/Disability Care Services||Provides information about cancer, diagnosis, and treatment rights, including in Spanish. Helps patients to know what questions to ask and the answers to listen for. Offers teleconferences on varying topics. Also offers information and referrals to resources that the patient and their family may need.||New York||CANCER RESOURCE INFORMATION||CANCER CARE|
|Disease/Disability Care Services||SAIL provides short-term case management and service coordination services, as well as linkage and referral to other service systems (DOH, OMRDD, OMH, etc.) Center
staff will assist with eligibility determinations and gathering the necessary documentation to access funded case management and service coordination services. If requested, center staff will continue to work with individuals with disabilities as advocates once they are enrolled in funded services.
SAIL provides advocacy and assistance to individuals with disabilities, family members, and other interested parties who are returning to community-based settings from
nursing homes. The center also provides advocacy and assistance to persons at risk of nursing facility placement so that they can remain in the community with necessary supports.||Warren||CASE MANAGEMENT AND SERVICE COORDINATION||SOUTHERN ADIRONDACK INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER|
|Disease/Disability Care Services||Provides coordinators to assist and support families to understand the current system of services and benefits, and how to navigate them, also links families to medical and rehabilitation services in the community. Also educates families, individuals, and care providers on brain injury and its impact, connects families and individuals to other support groups, and offers support and advocacy for families dealing with the school system.||Albany||FACTS: FAMILY ADVOCACY, COUNSELING AND TRAINING SERVICES||BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK STATE|
|Disease/Disability Care Services||The American Heart Association of the Capital Region offers information related to cardiovascular health and diseases.
||Albany||HEART DISEASE INFORMATION AND CPR INSTRUCTION||AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION OF THE CAPITAL REGION |
|Disease/Disability Care Services||SAIL provides information and assistance concerning long term care planning for individuals with disabilities, family members, and other interested parties. Information and
assistance is provided for establishing Health Care Proxies, Living Wills, Supplemental Needs Trusts, and accessing long term care services.
SAIL provides information and assistance to persons with disabilities, family members, and other interested parties concerning Medicare, Medicaid, and long-term care
insurance. The center also provides insurance counseling and advisement for choosing the most appropriate coverage, as well as information concerning co-insurance and gap policies.||Warren||LONG TERM CARE PLANNING||SOUTHERN ADIRONDACK INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER|
|Disease/Disability Care Services||The American Lung Association provides information on asthma, tobacco, air quality, and lung diseases. A number of programs are offered to help people quit smoking, learn to live with and control their asthma and other lung health problems.||Albany||LUNG HEALTH PROBLEMS INFORMATION||AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION IN NEW YORK, ALBANY|
|Disease/Disability Care Services||Provides care in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis. Specialized exercise program, bone densitometry and research programs available. Offers educational seminars and support groups in Rockland and Westchester.||Rockland||OSTEOPOROSIS CENTER||HELEN HAYES HOSPITAL 1|
|Disease/Disability Care Services||provides information and assistance for people requiring assistive devices||Franklin||TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS||TRI-LAKES CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING|
|Education/Prevention Services||Provides education and screenings to help individuals with various health concerns, such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, blood pressure, etc.||Essex||ADULT AND SENIOR SERVICES||ESSEX COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT|
|Education/Prevention Services||Encore does outreach for underinsured and uninsured women for breast cancer education and screenings.
||Schenectady||ENCORE-TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR HEALTH||YWCA NORTHEASTERN NY |
|Education/Prevention Services||The Lyme Prevention Program provides public education about Lyme disease.
||Rensselaer||LYME PREVENTION PROGRAM||RENSSELAER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH |
|Education/Prevention Services||The Ovarian Cancer Awareness Initiative conducts educational activities through outreach to the general public and healthcare providers about early detection and treatment of ovarian cancer.
||Columbia||OVARIAN CANCER AWARENESS INITIATIVE||COLUMBIA COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE CONSORTIUM |
|Education/Training Services||Offers information, referral and outreach to help prevent premature births, birth defects, and other pregnancy problems.||Albany||BIRTH DEFECTS EDUCATION AND AWARENESS||MARCH OF DIMES - NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK DIVISION|
|Education/Training Services||Educational programs are available for students, school employees and community groups. The purpose is to provide seizure recognition and information about appropriate first aid and information in order to foster acceptance of those living with the disorder.||Albany||EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS||EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK|
|Health Care Services||Hudson Valley Health Specialties, Inc. and Ulster Rehabilitation Clinic: Services include primary medical care, psychiatric, dental, vision, and psychology as well as speech, occupational and physical therapies among others. Also offers specialized autism training and services.||Ulster||HUDSON VALLEY HEALTH SPECIALTIES, INC.||ARC OF ULSTER-GREENE|
|Health/Medical Care Services||The Columbia Greene Diabetes Coalition provides monthly education and support groups and professional diabetes intervention education.
Monthly education and support meetings alternate between Hudson and Catskill. In January, March, May, July, September and November meetings are held in the 2nd Floor Conference Room in the Columbia County Human Services Building, 325 Columbia Street, Hudson. In February, April, June, August, October and December in the 4th Floor Conference in the Greene County Office Building, 411 Main Street, Catskill.||Columbia||DIABETES EDUCATION AND SUPPORT||COLUMBIA COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE CONSORTIUM |
|Housing Services||SAIL offers individuals with disabilities, family members, and other interested parties information, advice, and assistance with overcoming architectural barriers occurring
in any privately or publicly owned residence, business, constructed facility, or proposed building or facility. Where requested, the center provides detailed plans and written advice, as well as information concerning funding sources and availability.
SAIL provides information, advice, and assistance to individuals with disabilities and family members concerning and/or retaining housing, including accessible and affordable housing. When necessary, assistance is provided for completing housing applications and communicating with landlords. Information is also provided concerning tenant and landlord rights and responsibilities.||Warren||ARCHITECTURAL BARRIER CONSULTATION||SOUTHERN ADIRONDACK INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER|
|Information/Referral Services||Offers information in various format about colitis, including ulcerative colitis, and Crohn's Disease.||Albany||CROHN'S AND COLITIS EDUCATION||CROHNS AND COLITIS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA-UPSTATE/NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK CHAPTER|
|Information/Referral Services||maintains and makes available information regarding services for people with disabilities, and recommendations for other agencies and services based on specific needs||Franklin||INFORMATION AND REFERRAL SERVICES||TRI-LAKES CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING|
|Support Services||Provides various support services to individuals with cerebral palsy or developmental disabilities and their families through case management, education, reimbursement vouchers for good and services not covered by Medicaid, and information and referrals to other resources and services that a family may require.||Clinton||FAMILY SERVICES||CEREBRAL PALSY ASSOCIATION OF THE NORTH COUNTRY|