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Welcome to Catholic Charities of Chenango County

Welcome to Catholic Charities of Chenango County, a private non-profit agency serving the residents of Chenango County since 1970. As one of six regional centers within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse we respond to people and their needs by empowering them to transform their lives. Through our service, clients increase their capacity to be self-sufficient, peaceful and socially competent citizens who feel good about themselves and the communities in which they live and work.
Our direct services are provided by our four primary programs: Crime Victims, Counseling, Community Outreach and Mental Health and Developmental Disability Services. We are committed to develop new programs, establish partnerships and collaborate with our local communities to provide social services for those in need. We look forward to hearing from you.

Warmest regards,
Robin Beckwith
Executive Director



Our latest program addition, Kings Cottage is now open and is accepting admission applications for qualified individuals with developmental disabilities that are homeless or at serious risk of homelessness. Click on the flyer to learn more about this program or to fill out the online application for admission.



Meet the Humans of Catholic Charities of Chenango County!

Why do you love working as a Community Habilitation Specialist?
"I love that I get to work with different people during the course of the week. I like to see their positive reaction when they accomplish the goals that they've set for themselves."

What is Community Habilitation?
-Working with people with developmental delays and helping them to learn the skills to live more independently whether it be helping them budget, teaching how to shop for groceries to prepare healthy meals, learn how to use public transportation.
-Providing support for people with developmental delays in their everyday lives - being there for them, having conversations with them, and making them feel like they are not alone.

Thank you Tim!

Does this sound like something you would be interested in? Maybe you would like to supplement your retirement income, social security benefits, or your full time job. Community Habilitation Specialists are able to work flexible hours, evenings, and weekends if desired. You can work an additional two hours per week. You can work an additional twenty hours. Interested applicants should have a valid license and a dependable vehicle. To apply visit: http://www.ccofcc.com/what_you_can_do/careers.html



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  • Please click on the title to view the article posted in the Evening Sun on 2/11/16

  • Through our most recent program development efforts, Catholic Charities of Chenango County is excited to be hiring new program staff for a one of a kind Free Standing Respite program serving individuals with developmental disabilities who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. If you think you are up to the challenge of helping us help those most vulnerable and in need, fill out our online job application.