State of New York

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  Contact your State Legislator or Members of Congress - click here.

 Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program- A comprehensive community-based Suicide Prevention Program.

CALL: 800-273-TALK(8255) or TEXT 'Help' to 741741.

Find your weather forecast by zip code - click here.

Parents as Teachers (PAT) is an international early childhood parent education and family support program serving families throughout pregnancy until their child enters kindergarten.

Parent Reviews Give an Inside View - How does your school do in meeting the needs of its students? Just click on Parent Reviews on any school profile to see personal, up-close comments about schools.

 Children and Politics in Your State - click here.

  Homework Help for Kids & Teens - click here.

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids - Law Enforcement support for programs preventing juvenile crime and violence.

For the substance abuse treatment facility nearest you, click here.

  For the mental health treatment center nearest you, click here.

Find K-12 school information for your state – School and District Rankings - NicheSchoolMatch or RateMyTeacher.

  How to volunteer to help a child - click here.

  Reading & Literacy Help for Children -click here.

  Reading & Literacy Help for Adults - click here.

 Find help in your state or region for children with chronic, life-threatening illnesses or disabilities - click here.  For resources in Spanish, click here.

  U.S. Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS)

 U.S. Department of Education

U.S. Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP)

 Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA)

 Visit School Websites - links to over 70,000 school websites from around the country.

 Covering Kids & Families works to reduce the number of uninsured children and adults who are eligible for public health care coverage programs but not enrolled. To find low-cost and free health care for children call 1-877-KIDS-NOW.

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  • State Government Website - click here.

  • Agencies & Organizations for Children with Disabilities - click here.

  • Contact List for Early Childhood Programs - click here.

  • Agencies, Organizations, and State Government Contacts for Children At-Risk - click here.

  • Education Resources & Information - click here.

  • Literacy Resources - click here.

  • Articles of Interest - click here.

  • Miscellaneous Information & Resources - click here.

  • Things To Do & Places To See - click here.

  • Support Group Information - click here.

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Education Resources & Information


Department of Education -


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People working together

Agencies, Organizations, and State Government Contacts for Children At-Risk


Agencies & Organizations for Children with Disabilities - click here.


Featured Website: Ramapo For Children - Ramapo’s mission is to serve children with a wide range of emotional, behavioral and learning problems in a dynamic and stimulating learning environment, providing educational and recreational experiences that promote social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth. Ramapo’s specific focus is to provide adventure-based experiential learning programs that develop character, competence and build community in children from preschool age through late teens, and in families. Ramapo’s newest initiative, Ramapo Training, provides on-site staff training and program support for educational and recreational programs serving at-risk and special needs children.


Program Matches Youth With Disabilities to Adults With a Similar Disability to Build Mentor/Mentee Relationships (New England States, California, and New York).  Click here to learn more about this program.


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Literacy Resources

Find State & Local Literacy Hotlines -


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Articles of Interest


NY New York Changing Its Model of Support For Parents of Kids with Special Needs and Disabilities

NY Manhattan Charter School to Serve Children With Autism - Two Manhattan women have won approval to open a charter school for autistic children in New York, the first public school in the city dedicated to providing the expensive therapy that can transform the lives of autistic children and their families.


NY Advocate, Mother of 24 Year Old Twins and 11 Year Old with Aspergers Syndrome is Making a Difference on WXRL Radio - "Disability News and Views," Western New York's only live talk show about living with disabilities, is for the first time bringing critical information to parents and families of the disabled as well as to those with disabilities themselves.


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Miscellaneous Information & Resources


Disability News & Views Radio Show: Reaching thousands of listeners across Western New York, from Northern Pennsylvania, and Toronto, Canada. For more information about Disability News Radio visit or tune in to WXRL 1300 AM Sundays from 5-6 p.m. To make on air comments Sundays between 5- 6pm call (716) 681-1313.


Eric Higgins, Esq.
Attorney at Law
316 S Clinton St., Ste 500
Syracuse, NY 13202-1220
(315) 427-7751; (315) 446-9125
Lawyers representing injured victims, including spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injury victims. Banner


National Centers for Independent Living - Map of U.S. leads to a listing of Centers for Independent Living by state.


The Advocacy Center
Parent Training and Information Center (PTI)
Paul Shew, Executive Director
590 South Avenue
Rochester, NY 14620
(585) 546-1700; (800) 650-4967 (in NY)
Our purpose is to ensure that individuals' rights are respected and to enhance the quality of life for individuals with disabilities.
Advocates for Children of NY, Inc.
151 West 30th St., 5th Floor
New York, NY 10001
Serving five boroughs of New York City.

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Things To Do & Places To See


U.S. National Parks -


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This page last updated on 01/26/2019

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