Community Outreach Forum
Directory of
Local Non-profit and Public Service Providers

Developing collective awareness of free or low-cost services available to residents in the greater Hamilton area, and partnering to help share this information widely.

--- Alphabetical Listing of Services and Providers ---

Advocacy and Support

BRiDGES, Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, Inc.
 
   112 Farrier Ave  Suite 314
    Canastota, NY 13421                
Phone: (315) 697-3947     Hours: 8:00 - 5:00 Monday-Friday

Find us online at  http://bridges-mccasa.org

If you are concerned about your own or another's use of alcohol, tobacco or other drugs call BRiDGES at (315) 697-3947 or 1-866-443-5747 to speak with a counselor about your concerns.

To find out the signs of a possible alcohol or drug problem, click on this link

Community Action Partnership for Madison County
Building strength through resilience in the face of adversity. Helping people make connections with Head Start programs, weatherization, job training, housing, food bank, energy assistance, financial education, and countless other distinct programs and services.

Morrisville
East Main Office

3 East Main Street
Morrisville NY, 13408                
Phone:   (315) 684-3144              Hours: 8:30 - 4:30 Monday - Friday                

Oneida
 The Mary Rose Center
1081 Northside Shopping Center
Oneida, NY 13421                
Phone: (315) 280-0855                Hours: 4pm - 8pm Wednesdays  

Canastota
1001 New Market Drive
Canastota, NY 13032                 
Phone: (315) 697 3588               Hours: 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday  
                                                   
Fax: (315) 697 3690

         

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Victims of Violence (Liberty Resources)
(Providing support to Victims/Survivors of sexual and  relationship violence)

Located in Oneida but serves all of Madison County

Victims of Violence
218 Liberty Street
Oneida, NY 13346
Phone: (315) 363-0048
Fax:
 (315) 363-0052
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
Crisis Hotline:
 (315) 366-5000
Website:
www.victimsofviolence.org

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Madison County

Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) puts knowledge to work in pursuit of economic vitality, ecological sustainability and social well-being. We bring local experience and research based solutions together, helping New York State families and communities thrive in our rapidly changing world.

CCE-Madison supports and sponsors Madison County Head Start, the NYS Hops Program, the 4-H Club Program,  Madison County’s Agricultural Economic Development Program (AED), Nutrition & Healthy Families, and Agriculture.  

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Madison County

100 Eaton St.

PO Box 1209

Morrisville, NY 13408

315 684-3001

Food Cupboards & Community Meals

Hamilton Food Cupboard
Hamilton and Madison Central School District Residents
Mill Street, Hamilton
Phone: (315)-824-2832
Hours: Tues. & Thurs. 1 to 6pm  

Friendship Inn
St. Thomas' Episcopal Church
Madison Street, Hamilton, NY
Hours: Monday evenings dinner served at approx. 5pm

Health & Wellness
Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
Hamilton Public Library’s Community Room
13 Broad Street, Hamilton
Hours: 9:45am to 2:45pm; on the second Tuesday of each month
If you have questions or would like to make an appointment, please call
363-3210

Literacy & Education
Dolly Parton Imagination Library 
(Book Program for children from birth-Age 5)
County residents may enroll your children to receive a brand new, high-quality, and age appropriate book to keep each month! If you have questions or would like to enroll, visit or contact you’re the public library located in your school district.  In Brookfield, Madison, Stockbridge Valley, and Otselic Valley, school libraries are providing this service within their school districts.  
Hamilton Public Library – (315) 824-3060

Madison County Reads Ahead 
(Basic Education Skill Development for Adults; High School Equivalency Diploma; English Language Learners)
On-going tutoring available
Contact program director, Tara Truett
at
ttruett@midyork.org or call either 363-3050(w) or 345-1468(c)

Hamilton Public Library
(A wide-variety of print and digital resources for children, teens, and adults; weekly story time; children’s toys, games, and puzzles; local history museum; art exhibits; special programs and events; computers & wi-fi; printing, copying, and faxing services; library technology assistance and instruction; quite meeting space)
13 Broad Street
Hamilton, NY 13346
Phone: 315-824-3060
Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-7pm,  Sat 10am-1pm
http://midyorklib.org/hamilton

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Website: Reality Check CNY

Teens working to reduce youth exposure to tobacco marketing in stores and on screen, as well as reduce exposure to second-hand smoke. This program is part of the New York State Bureau of Tobacco Control and is for teens 13-18. Youth leaders will learn to work with the media, increase public speaking skills, meet with local and state elected officials, be given travel opportunities, learn about the deceptive marketing of tobacco companies and earn community service hours.

Madison, Oneida and Herkimer County Reality Check                                                                   Heather Bernet, Reality Check Lead Coordinator                                                           Bridges, Madison County Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse                                        Suite 314                                                                                                112 Farrier Avenue                                                                                  Oneida, NY 13421                                                                                315-697-3947                                                                                        realitycheckcny@gmail.com                                                                www.realitycheckcny.com        

Rogers Environmental Education Center
Visit the Rogers Center!

Hike the weaving trails through our 600 acre property.

Feed the trout in the designated ponds or rent snowshoes from the Center. Experience the birds of NYS in the Bird Cabin or attend an educational program.

The Friends of Rogers offer exciting educational & recreational programs year round at Rogers Center. Curious how a fox interacts in its environment? Ever wanted to explore the water and mud to learn about the ducks, frogs, and fish in the water? Interested in learning how to paddle a kayak or canoe?

These are just some of the things you can experience by attending a program at Rogers Center.

For a list of program offerings visit our website or check us out on Facebook!

To schedule a school, scout or private program at Rogers contact env.educator@firendsofrogers.org.


2721 State Hwy 80
Sherburne, NY 13460
info@FriendsofRogers.org
Phone: 607-674-4733
Hours: Wed-Sat 10am-4:30pm,  Sun 11am-3pm
http://www.FriendsofRogers.org

Thrift Shops
Worn Again 
(clothing)

Located inside Parry's store
100 Utica Street, Hamilton
Hours: Tues., Thurs., Saturday 10am - 4pm

Bargain Basket Thrift Shop 
(clothing,& household items) 
6 Greene Street, Earlville,
Phone: (315) 691-9519
Hours: Wed, Thurs, Fri 10-4, Sat 9-1

(For more information about the outreach forum, or for inclusion in this directory, please contact Hamilton Public Library Director, Hilary Virgil.  hvirgil@midyork.org)