Children's Out of Home Respite Care

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    Taxonomy Code: PH-7000.6000-160

    Programs that provide a brief period of rest or relief for parents, grandparents, guardians, family members who are regular caregivers for dependent children by offering temporary or intermittent care for the child in a community setting/facility.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Caregiver ServicesProvides both day and overnight respite care for caregivers or families who need a break of caring for a loved with developmental disabilities or traumatic brain injuries.AlbanyCHILD AND ADULT RESPITE SERVICESCENTER FOR DISABILITY SERVICES
    Caregiver ServicesProvides in-home and out-of-home respite care for families and caregivers of children diagnosed with severe emotional disabilities.ClintonCHILD AND FAMILY RESPITE PROGRAMBEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES NORTH (BHSN)
    Caregiver ServicesRespite care is provided for children with mental illness and emotional and behavioral problems.SchenectadyRESPITE SERVICESCOMMUNITY HUMAN SERVICES
    Home Care ServicesCaritas provides non-medical, non-hands-on support for the seriously ill and their families. Services include companionship, emotional support for client and family, relief for caregivers, diversion for children, transportation, shopping and errands, as well as referrals. Services are provided by trained volunteers and community professionals.WarrenHOME HEALTH CARECARITAS OF GLENS FALLS
    Parent/Family Support ServicesProvides temporary care to people with developmental disabilities to relieve the burden of the primary caregiver. Caregivers fill out voucher forms and submit them to the agency for payment for temporary help.UlsterRESPITE PROGRAMARC OF ULSTER-GREENE
    Support ServicesFall-Spring Family Programs provide respite needs while spreading the mission of health and happiness to children and families. Weekends include: Diabetes weekend, an Oncology camp for women, and an Autism weekend. Activities such as the ropes course, swimming, boating and other team building activities are offered.WarrenDOUBLE H RANCH FALL/SPRING FAMILY PROGRAMSDOUBLE H RANCH
    Support ServicesRensselaer ARC offers a Family Respite program designed specifically to provide a time of rest for families of individuals with developmental disabilities living at home. Both children and adults are welcome to visit the house on weekends, and visits can be as short as a day or as long as the entire weekend. RensselaerFAMILY RESPITE SERVICESNYSARC - RENSSELAER COUNTY CHAPTER
    Support ServicesThe Montgomery County NYSARC (Liberty) provides family support services, including recreational activities, respite care and school recess programs. A minimum of 120 hours of respite care is given every year at no cost to the family or an adult with a developmental disability. Staff care for people in a Liberty home or in the person's own home. When a family crisis occurs, Liberty helps with emergency respite as needed at no cost. A variety of athletic, social, and special events are scheduled on evenings and weekends each month. Activities include bowling, swimming, cooking, arts and crafts, dances, and participation in Special Olympics sports training and events. Transportation is provided.MontgomeryFAMILY SUPPORT SERVICESNYSARC - MONTGOMERY COUNTY CHAPTER
    Support ServicesRESPITE workers implement activities for children and adolescents (17 and under) with an emotional, social and/or behavioral disorder. Children of adults with a psychiatric disability are also eligible for respite services. Respite arrangements are designed to meet the family needs.ColumbiaRESPITEMENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF COLUMBIA-GREENE COUNTIES
    Support ServicesSt. Catherine's Center staff provides breaks for parents with children who have emotional or behavioral problems by taking the children out of the home and doing various activities with them. AlbanyRESPITE CARESAINT CATHERINE'S CENTER FOR CHILDREN

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