Lincoln Building, Lincoln Street & South Street
Arise provides services for individuals with disabilities, their family and friends, service providers & businesses.
Cayuga County Home Health Agency
8 Dill Street
This government-run home care agency services an area over 1,200 square miles with over 200,000 residents. We offer nursing care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology, medical social & home health aide services. Visit website.
Cayuga County Home Daycare Association, Inc.
33 William Street, Suite 7
Individualized child care/daycare center.
Cayuga County School Employees FCU
2 Easterly Avenue, Suite 2
We have 1,321 members and assets of $5 million. The credit union, which opened in 1974, has 1 full-time employee and 2 part-time employees, or 661 members per employee, compared to a national average of 455. Visit website.
Cayuga County Arts Council
163 North Street, c/o JL Management Offices
Our website offers listings of arts events & activities in Cayuga County, and funding sources for artists. The CCAC–SCHINES mission is to safeguard, restore & promote the Auburn Schines Theater downtown, one of the last surviving atmospheric theaters, and considered a jewel in the Schine empire of cinemas.
Spot Light Studios
39 Genesee Street
Finger Lakes Artists, Musicians & Entertainers (F.A.M.E.) is an award-winning program of Arc of Seneca & County, designed for people with disabilities to develop their creative talents. Two-hour sessions Monday - Friday are offered in Theater Arts, Voice & Music Instruction, Movie Making, Creative & Fine Arts, and Dance Movement. Individuals receive support and skills training from experience staff and professional instructors. Come to an evening of song & dance with music & refreshments every second Thursday of the month. Free, donations appreciated. Visit website.
75 Genesee Street
We seek to enable individuals to improve their lived and reach their full potential by treating the disease of chemical dependency through physical, mental and spiritual rehabilitation.
Choices for Change, ElderChoice, Inc.
9 State Street
ElderChoice is a NYS licensed provider of home health care services for Syracuse, Oneida, Cortland & Auburn areas. Our services can provide an alternative to nursing home placement by providing an individual’s personal and medical care needs at home. These include a home need's assessment, live-in-service or hourly day companion assistance. In addition, we offer structured day program services for adults with Alzheimer's, Dementia, TBI and other disabilities living in the greater Auburn area. Visit website.
Home Instead Senior Care
Phoenix Building, 2 South Street, Suite 309
Enhancing the lives of aging adults & their families, we serve clients in Cayuga, Wayne, Seneca, Tompkins, Cortland & Ontario counties to provide non-medical home care to seniors. Services include Alzheimer’s/dementia care, meal preparation, light housekeeping, incidental transportation, medication reminders, companionship & supervision.
Human Services Coalition of Cayuga County
17 East Genesee Street
The Human Services Coalition is comprised of consumers, agencies, professionals and citizens of Cayuga County. There is ongoing discussion concerning strategies for implementing improved systems of communication between service providers, the identification of barriers to the provision of services, and the assessment of community needs. Visit website.
New Beginnings Home Care, Inc.
12-14 East Garden Street
New Beginnings provides personal care & home health aides, nursing services, homemakers and companions. Plus, traumatic brain injury services, nursing home transition & diversion.
Sibley Nursing Personnel Services
2 Easterly Avenue
The Salvation Army
18 East Genesee Street
Serving basic needs such as food, clothing, lodging and seasonal assistance. Volunteers welcome, thrift store and donation center located at 161 Grant Avenue, Route 5. Visit website.
United Way of Cayuga County
17 East Genesee Street
For more than nine decades, United Way has enabled Cayuga County residents to make a difference in our hometown. United Way-funded programs serve about 30,000 people — nearly 40 percent of Cayuga County residents. It’s a very real and tangible impact over a broad range of services and programs – programs that touch the lives of people at every age, in every demographic. Visit website.
Unity House of Cayuga County, Inc.
31 Market Street
Our mission is to empower and enrich the lives of people in recovery, coping with a mental illness, and/or diagnosed with a developmental disability. This is accomplished by offering services and supports in an inclusive, people-centered environment. Visit website.