Children's Home of Jefferson County is a dynamic multi-faceted organization providing more than 15 residential and community based programs. Although each program has specific goals, all programs work to help clients deal with a variety of life issues.
The House of the Good Shepherd offers more than 100 children the opportunity to live with families in Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oswego, Oneida, and St. Lawrence counties. Offices in Utica and Watertown, New York, coordinate regular, specialized, therapeutic, and emergency levels of foster care. Additional services include individual, family and group counseling; case management; psychiatric and psychological consultation; and physical health screenings and services.
Provides a variety of services for people with disabilities in an effort to gain independence. Services include individual advocacy, peer counseling, systems advocacy, benefits planning assistance, education and employment support, ADA consultations, housing search assistance, and media resources.
Provides free and confidential prescreening by phone or at various agencies regarding eligibility for SNAP. Assists member programs with providing referrals to SNAP and other government entitlement programs.
The Watertown Urban Mission brings more than 50 member churches together with community-minded organizations, businesses and individuals to help people through difficult times with programs that feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, clothe the naked, give shelter to the homeless, visit the imprisoned, give aid to the sick, and more. With generous donor and volunteer support, the Mission helps people rise above their circumstances and in turn, this strengthens our community as a whole
The Northern New York Community Foundation raises, manages and administers an endowment and collection of funds for the benefit of the community. We use our earnings to support a program of college scholarships for area residents and grants to non-profit organizations to improve our communityÕs quality of life.
Offers a support group for individuals suffering from any addictive behavior. Participants learn self-empowering techniques to aid their recovery through mutual-help face-to-face and online meetings and services. Walkins are welcome.
Smoking and Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women who meet regularilly to help each other stay clean with e cigarettes. The area covers a great majority of upstate New York, including Watertown, Massena and Ogdensburg. If you are interested in attending a meeting, please see their Meeting List on their website.