Come celebrate with us at our 10th Annual Monster Bash Ball from 7 to 11 p.m. on Friday, October 20th, at 1420 Main Street, Buffalo. The event is for people ages 18 and older. The venue is wheelchair accessible and parking will be available across the streets.
In celebration of DSP Recognition Week, we’re honoring our DSPs for their hard work and dedication! You can help us celebrate by sharing a message of appreciation below.
Community Services will host a Conducting Serious Incident Investigations Course from October 4th through October 6th at 175 Humphrey Street, North Tonawanda. View the file below for more information or to register.
Thank you to everyone who made the past year an incredible success for our Agency and Foundation. We invite you to take a few minutes to read our 2016 Annual Report. These stories reflect some of our biggest accomplishments, none of which would be possible without the support from our community. You can view our 2016 Annual Report by clicking here.
Our President & CEO Mindy Cervoni discusses the negative impact potential cuts to Medicaid could have on the people we serve in a letter to the editor that was recently published in The Buffalo News. We are urging our state legislators to vote against these budget cuts and to vote for the rights of people with developmental disabilities.
You can read the full letter by clicking here.
Our 4th Annual Golf Tournament, Chipping in for Community Services, was featured on Rise Collaborative’s website. Check out their blog for more information about our event and our Agency.
The #bFair2DirectCare Coalition is hosting a call-in campaign to urge Governor Andrew to include $45 million in the state budget to give Direct Care employees a fair wage. You can help by taking part in the call-in on Tuesday, March 21. Call Governor Cuomo at (518) 474-8390 and press 1 to leave a message.
Here is a sample message you can leave:
“I am calling on behalf of the #bFair2DirectCare Campaign for a living wage for the direct support staff that assist people with developmental disabilities. Governor Cuomo must join the Legislature and provide $45 million in the final budget! Funding is critical to the health, safety and well-being of people with developmental disabilities!”
Lackawanna’s City Council has approved our Ridge Road development project.
For more information, go to: http://buffalonews.com/2017/02/28/lackawanna-green-lights-low-income-housing-ridge-road/
Our Spring It On campaign kicks off at 6 p.m. on March 14th! We need your support to help us purchase a brand new playground for our Jefferson Career Center. This adaptive playground will give the children in our Respite Program a place to play, have fun and socialize while enjoying the outdoors.
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