Literacy Providers

Literacy Providers

A complete list of literacy  providers in the county and surrounding area that have programs dedicated to literacy or other relevant needs:

211 – Your Community Connection. Answers. Assistance. Action

BRiDGES–Madison County Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse

Brookfield Central School District

Canastota Central School District

Canastota Public Library

CareNet Pregnancy Center of NY— Provides objective, medically-sourced information about all pregnancy options.

Catholic Charities of Oneida/Madison County

CazCares–Emergency food/clothing pantry

Cazenovia Central School District

Cazenovia College Academic Learning Center–Collaborates with faculty and student life staff to provide extensive academic support services

Cazenovia College

Cazenovia Public Library

Chittenango Central School District

Community Action Partnership (CAP)

Consumer Credit Counseling Services of CNY–Budget Planning Services/Bankruptcy Counseling

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Madison County

DeRuyter Central School District

DeRuyter Free Library

Earlville Free Library

Future Farmers of America -NY

Hamilton Central School District

Hamilton Public Library

Learning Disabilities Association of CNY–Enhances the quality of life for children and adults with learning disabilities by providing advocacy, programs and educational resources.

Liberty Resources–Assists individuals and families in need of achieving an improved quality of life by providing residential and non-residential services tailored to meet their particular needs.

Madison Central School District

Madison County Department of Health

Madison County Department of Social Services

Madison County Employment and Training (Working Solutions)–Designed to provide high quality services to all businesses and job seekers.

Madison County Office for the Aging

Madison County Office of the Sheriff

Madison County Reads Ahead (MCRA)–Provides adult literacy services for those interested in obtaining a GED or improving their basic math/literacy skills.

Madison County Youth Bureau–Assists with the coordination and development of programs and services for children and youth under the age of 21.

Madison-Cortland ARC–Provides services to people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities.

Madison-Oneida BOCES–Offers adult and continuing education, including High School Diploma, GED and literacy services.

Mid-York Library System

Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency –  Head Start–Childhood development program for pre-school age children.

Mohawk Valley Community College

Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees–Promotes the well-being of culturally diverse individuals and families by welcoming refugees and immigrants and by providing individual and community-centered activities designed to create opportunity and facilitate understanding.

Morrisville Public Library

Morrisville State College

Morrisville-Eaton Central School District

Multicultural Association of Medical Interpreters–Ensures equal access to services for limited English proficient persons by providing highly skilled language aid.

New Woodstock Free Library

Oneida City School District

Oneida Indian Nation of New York

Oneida Public Library

Onondaga Community College

Salvation Army

Stockbridge Valley Central School District

Sullivan Free Library

The Child Care Council of Cornell Cooperative Extension–Promotes and supports quality child care and services related to the education and well-being of children.

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program–Provides opportunities for people 55 and over to make a difference in their community through volunteer service.

YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley

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