- OFA Home
- Bill Payer Program
- Caregiver Support
- Chronic Disease Self Management
- Community Assistance Program for Seniors
- Consumer Directed EISEP
- Elder Abuse Coalition
- Elder Wellness
- Employment (Title V)
- In Home Personal Care
- Information, Referral & Outreach
- Legal Services Program
- Long Term Care Ombudsman
- Meals & Nutrition
- Mission Statement
- Oneida County HIPAA
- Placement Assistance Program
- Social Adult Day Care
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Office for Aging & Continuing Care
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|2015 Older American Award Announcement and Nomination Form|
LOCATIONS FOR DAILY WALK IN INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE
120 Airline Street is Administrative Offices ONLY
120 Airline Street, Suite 201, Oriskany, New York 13424
Hours: Monday - Friday -- 8:30am - 4:30pm
We hope that you will find this a useful and informative guide to assist you with accessing the services you need to make life easier for you and your loved ones.
Our experienced staff can answer your questions about the many programs and services available through Oneida County.
For your convenience we have designated areas or “Site Visits” throughout the county for you to meet with one of our experienced staff. A printable version of our site visits schedule is seen below.
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Intergenerational Cleanup Project
The idea of our community’s youth coming together to help their older neighbors is beginning to grow in Oneida County though the Intergenerational Clean Up Project. This intergenerational initiative spearheaded by the Oneida County Youth Bureau and Oneida County Office for the Aging/Continuing Care takes place two times a year (spring & fall) for older Oneida County residents. More than 500 young volunteers are recruited though connections made by the Oneida County Youth Bureau and were matched with individuals who needed assistance with yard work.
Because there are so many unmet needs of older persons living alone and struggling to maintain their homes, along with the success of this volunteer initiative, the Youth Bureau and Office for the Aging/Continuing Care have planned to make this an ongoing spring and fall program. Intergenerational Spring and Fall Cleanup is much more than a yard clean-up program. It’s helping bring a culture of volunteerism and community engagement into our community to help those most in need.
For more information on this program call Oneida County Youth Bureau at 798-5027 or Oneida County Office for the Aging/Continuing Care at 798-5456.
Michael Romano, Director