Regional Chapter of Families Together in NYS
We are a grass roots, parent run organization committed to ensuring that families of children with behavioral, social, emotional, developmental and learning challenges have access to needed information, support and services within Western New York.
is a parent-governed organization, focused on the needs of adults, children and youth with emotional, behavioral, developmental and/or mental disorders and their families. The mission of FLPN, Inc. is to support and empower Individuals so that they can improve the quality of their lives and achieve their full potential within the community.
is a non-profit family run organization dedicated to providing support, education, and advocacy for families and caregivers of children and youth who are experiencing or at risk of experiencing emotional, behavioral, mental health, and/or substance abuse challenges while improving health and wellness.
As a lifeline to the greater Westchester area, Family Ties of Westchester, Inc. works to build stronger families and communities. Family Ties provides support and advocacy services to families in times of crisis and beyond. We believe in a family’s ability to succeed and encourage them to tap into their own strengths and develop new skills.
Mission Statement: Individuals with special needs deserve every opportunity to achieve their unique potential. The Family Resource Network was founded by parents to enhance the lives of individuals with special needs and their families, empowering them to lead productive independent lives within the community.
In the eyes of the community, Families First will be synonymous with integrity, exemplary service, and a compassionate approach. In the eyes of families, Families First will be a trusted partner offering hope and bolstering stamina on parents’ journeys toward improved emotional/behavioral health for their children.
is dedicated to raising awareness about the needs of all families raising children and youth with emotional, behavioral and mental health challenges.
is a community-based disability rights and resource center. We were started in 1987 with a grant from the New York State Education Department, through the work of a grassroots group called Citizens United for the Removal of Barriers (CURB) and the Disabled Persons Action Organization.