Child Welfare and Community Services Funded Programs

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This dataset includes child welfare and community services funded program currently funded by the New York State by zip code, city, and county.

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Included in this dataset are data elements that will help the public identify all the programs currently funded by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services’ (OCFS) Division of Child Welfare and Community Services (CWCS). Data elements include the name of the provider agency, the business address and phone number, the county served, type of program, funding source, description of services, contract dates, contract number, funding level and the agencies website, where available.

Date Created

2015-03-04

Last Modified

2017-01-05

Version

2017-01-05

Update Frequency

Annual

Temporal Coverage

N/A

Spatial Coverage

New York

Source

John Snow Labs; State of New York;

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Keywords

Child Welfare, Welfare and Community, Funded Programs, Child Welfare and Community Services, Welfare and Community Services Programs

Other Titles

Division of Child Welfare and Community, Children and Family Services Programs

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
Agency_NameName of incorporated agency operating programstring-
Street_AddressBusiness office number, street and / or PO Box number of agencystring-
CityName of city where business is locatedstring-
Zip_CodeZip code of business addressintegerlevel : Nominal
PhoneTelephone number of business addressstring-
Counties_ServedNames of county or counties which program servesstring-
Program_TypeType of program which is being funded. Program types include Child Protective/Domestic Violence Collaboration, Domestic Violence programs, Kinship services, child abuse prevention programs, elder abuse prevention programs, Post Adoption services, Healthy Families NY Home Visiting programs and Child Advocacy Centers.string-
Funding_SourceThe name of the state or federal funding source which is supporting the program. State funds are appropriated through the State Aide to Localities Budget. OCFS also administers federal funds.string-
Program_DescriptionA description of the services offered by the funded programstring-
Contract_Start_DatesThe start date of the funded contract otherwise known as contract periodstring-
Contract_NumberEach contract has a unique identifying code called the contract numberstring-
Funding_LevelGrant award amount for the contract period. No value is shown when funding level is to be determined.numberlevel : Ratio
WebsiteWebsite address of the incorporated agencystring-
LatitudeLatitude location of agencynumber-
LongitudeLongitude location of agencynumber-
Agency NameStreet AddressCityZip CodePhoneCounties ServedProgram TypeFunding SourceProgram DescriptionContract Start DatesContract NumberFunding LevelWebsite
Compass House1451 Main StreetBuffalo14209(716) 886-1351ERIERunaway and Homeless Youth ShelterPublic/Private Partnership/ State Aid to LocalitiesShelter and services to help to stabilize runaway and homeless youth (male and female) ages 12-24 years.9/1/13-2/28/19C026937844555http://www.compasshouse.org
Equinox, Inc.102 Hackett BlvdAlbany12206(518) 432-9937ALBANYDomestic ViolenceSROApproved and/or licensed residential and non-residential programs for victims of domestic violence which provide counseling, advocacy, information and referral, outreach and education, and hotline services for victims of domestic violence and their children.4/1/19-3/31/20C02753375250http://www.equinoxinc.org
Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, Inc.120 West 57th StreetNew York10019(212) 632-4623MANHATTANChild Abuse PreventionSRORelationships and Permanency for Babies and Families (RPBF), Psychotherapy for families with infants 0-3 who have been removed and are court referred.4/1/19-3/31/20C02753540073http://www.jbfcs.org
The Children's Aid Society105 East 22nd StreetNew York10010(212) 949-4919MANHATTANDomestic Violence PreventionSROAbusive partner intervention and therapeutic visitation services;? Victim support services; child therapy; abusive partner education; family therapy; child-parent psychotherapy; and visitation.9/1/18-7/31/19C02695560000http://www.childrensaidsociety.org
Mental Health Assoc. in Fulton and Montgomery Counties, Inc.307-309 Meadow StreetJohnstown12095(518) 736-2443FULTON, MONTGOMERY, HAMILTONMultidisciplinary/Children's Advocacy CenterState Aid to LocalitiesChildren's Advocacy Center (CAC) serves child victims of sexual abuse or physical abuse through a comprehensive approach of providing services to the victim and their non-offending family members. The CAC provides a safe, neutral child-friendly environment where child victims meet with members of a multidisciplinary team for the purpose of the investigative interview and services. All 40 Child Advocacy Centers across New York State are Tier I programs. Tier I status indicates that a program is meeting or exceeding all ten standards set forth by OCFS to be considered an approved Child Advocacy Center.2/1/19-1/31/20C028144121777http://www.mentalhealthassociation.org/
Gateway- Longview, Inc.?10 Symphony CircleBuffalo14201(716) 783-3100ERIEKinshipState Aid to LocalitiesPrograms which support relative caregivers and children by providing services directly or through referral including financial, legal, medical, mental health, housing, parent education, support groups, respite activities, youth development and educational advocacy.9/1/15-8/31/20C027679102980https://www.gateway-longview.org/
Victims Assistance Center of Jefferson County, Inc. Mobile Unit120 Washington StreetWatertown13601(315) 782-1856JEFFERSON, LEWIS, ST LAWRENCEMultidisciplinary/Children's Advocacy CenterState Aid to LocalitiesChildren's Advocacy Center (CAC) serves child victims of sexual abuse or physical abuse through a comprehensive approach of providing services to the victim and their non-offending family members. The CAC provides a safe, neutral child-friendly environment where child victims meet with members of a multidisciplinary team for the purpose of the investigative interview and services. All 40 Child Advocacy Centers across New York State are Tier I programs. Tier I status indicates that a program is meeting or exceeding all ten standards set forth by OCFS to be considered an approved Child Advocacy Center.10/1/18-9/30/21C028465400000http://www.vacjc.com
The Salvation Army - Empire State Division (Syracuse) (formally known as Salvation Army of Syracuse)677 South Salina StreetSyracuse13202(315) 479-3636ONONDAGADomestic ViolenceSROApproved and/or licensed residential and non-residential programs for victims of domestic violence which provide counseling, advocacy, information and referral, outreach and education, and hotline services for victims of domestic violence and their children.4/1/19-3/31/20C027476100250http://www.use.salvationarmy.org/use/www_use_SyracuseNY.nsf
A New Hope Center, Inc.20 Church StreetOwego13827(800) 696-7600TIOGADomestic ViolenceSROApproved and/or licensed residential and non-residential programs for victims of domestic violence which provide counseling, advocacy, information and referral, outreach and education, and hotline services for victims of domestic violence and their children.4/1/19-3/31/20C027469110250http://www.anewhopecenter.org
Family and Children's Services of Ithaca127 W State StIthaca14850(607) 273-7494TOMPKINSKinshipState AidPrograms which support relative caregivers and children by providing services directly or through referral including financial, legal, medical, mental health, housing, parent education, support groups, respite activities, youth development and educational advocacy.9/1/15-8/31/20C027690102980https://www.fcsith.org/
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