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Please call 607-535-7108 to request masks, gloves and refillable hand sanitizer bottles & refills and we will prepare it for you, marked with your name to pick up from the deputies at the front desk in the Human Services Building located at 323 Owego St., Montour Falls.
OFA will provide a mileage sheet with instructions for completion and submission available at the Human Services building or via email.
Older adults are a vulnerable population and all volunteers go through the process which includes a volunteer application, criminal background check, motor vehicle record check, reference check, phone interview and approval from both the Director and County Administrator.
We can set up a volunteer schedule that works for you. Whether that be once a week, once a month or as needed, just mention your preferences when you complete the volunteer application.
It depends on the position. Some positions have a set weekly schedule and others are flexible and based on your availability. Contact the Volunteer Coordinator for more detailed information.
It typically takes about 1-2 weeks to review the application, provide a motor vehicle records check, criminal background check, reference check, phone interview and get final approval from the Director of Office for the Aging and the County Administrator.
Call Schuyler County Office for the Aging at 607-535-7108 to request a volunteer application, or email email@example.com. The volunteer application can either printed and mailed or emailed.
We accept volunteers from outside of Schuyler County. Snowbirds are welcome too!
Once OFA receives your completed volunteer application, they will review it and an OFA staff member will reach out to you when we have an open position and set up training.
Not always. While we do try to keep it consistent, it’s not guaranteed.
It depends on the position, for any transportation related positions you would be required to use your own vehicle.
Yes! Please call 607-535-7108 to request masks, gloves and refillable hand sanitizer bottles & refills and we will prepare it for you, marked with your name to pick up from the deputies at the front desk in the Human Services Building located at 323 Owego St., Montour Falls.
Yes! There is mileage reimbursement available. OFA will provide a mileage sheet with instructions for completion and submission available.
In Criminal Court- A person must be charged with a crime. The court will order an informational investigation to be completed by probation. See investigations under General Services. If there is a conviction and it is appropriate, a sentence of probation supervision can be issued by the court. If required or appropriate and there is an adjudication as a youthful offender, a disposition ordering probation supervision can be issued.
In Family Court- A respondent must be found to be a Juvenile Delinquent or Person In Need of Supervision. Refer to our JD and PINS section under General Services. A Pre-Dispositional Investigation is ordered, and if appropriate, the respondent is ordered to probation. General Services
Use fine-tipped tweezers to grasp the tick as close to the skin's surface as possible.
Pull upward with steady, even pressure. Don't twist or jerk the tick; this can cause the mouth-parts to break off and remain in the skin. If this happens, remove the mouth-parts with tweezers. If you are unable to remove the mouth easily with clean tweezers, leave it alone and let the skin heal.
After removing the tick, thoroughly clean the bite area and your hands with rubbing alcohol, an iodine scrub, or soap and water.
Dispose of a live tick by submersing it in alcohol, placing it in a sealed bag/container, wrapping it tightly in tape, or flushing it down the toilet. Never crush a tick with your fingers.
Avoid folklore remedies such as "painting" the tick with nail polish or petroleum jelly, or using heat to make the tick detach from the skin. Your goal is to remove the tick as quickly as possible--not waiting for it to detach.
If you develop a rash or fever within several weeks of removing a tick, see your doctor. Be sure to tell the doctor about your recent tick bite, when the bite occurred, and where you most likely acquired the tick. Watch this video to see how to remove a tick.
To obtain a Birth Certificate, you must contact the town in which you were born. If you were born at Schuyler Hospital, contact Don Spaccio, Town of Montour & Village of Montour Falls Registrar at 607-535-9595. Search the County Town & Village Directory to locate your town information.
To obtain shot/vaccine records, contact your physician.
Marriage licenses may be obtained through the Town Clerks. Search the County Town & Village Directory to locate your town information. If you need a copy of your original marriage license, this can be obtained from the Town Clerk you originally filed with or from the NYS Department of Vital Records.
A disposition is available at the County Clerk’s Office for a $5.00 fee. A whole criminal history search would be conducted through the Sheriff's Records Department.
Knowledge of specific type of records the person is looking for would need to be known. Marriage and death certificates are found with the town clerks; birth certificates are found with the county registrar if the person was originally born in Schuyler, or possibly Vital Statistics with the State. Deeds created after Schuyler County was formed are found at the County Clerk’s Office. Previous to that, they would be found with the County that previously occupied that part of the county.
Tax Bills and Payment information can be obtained from the County Treasurer's Office.
Divorce Records finalized in Schuyler County can be found in the County Clerk’s Office and are available only to the original parties involved or their attorneys.
The use of alcohol and other drugs has been linked to a variety of negative consequences, especially for youth. Substance use can lead to:
Teens' decision to drink alcohol or use other drugs is influenced by:
To help prevent teen drug use, you can:
Remember, it doesn’t need to be one big talk. It’s better to do multiple small talks.
If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911.
Finger Lakes Area Counseling & Recovery Agency (FLACRA)
Watkins Glen Outpatient Clinic
Mill Creek Center, 106 S Perry St Watkins Glen, NY 14891
Addictions Crisis Line: 315-462-9466
24/7 Opioid Response Team: 833-435-2272
New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS)
24/7 HOPEline: 1-877-8-HOPENY (1-877-846-7369) or Text HopeNY: 467369
SAMHSA's National Helpline
Treatment Services Locator
In April 2006, concerned community members came together to form the Schuyler County Commission on Underage Drinking (SCCUD) in response to:
The coalition originally focused on reducing alcohol availability, improving the effectiveness of law enforcement, and changing social norms. Early activities included:
In 2012, the coalition entered into a Drug-Free Communities Mentoring Grant with Tompkins County's Community Coalition for Healthy Youth (CCHY). With CCHY's guidance, the coalition expanded its focus to include other drugs and updated its name from the Schuyler County Commission on Underage Drinking (SCCUD) to the Schuyler County Coalition on Underage Drinking and Drugs (SCCUDD). The coalition also worked on updating its by-laws and structure, increasing coalition capacity through education and skill-building trainings, and conducted focus groups with community youth to further understand the drug-related social norms and issues facing youth.In October 2014, SCCUDD was awarded a federal Drug-Free Communities Support Grant by the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). This five-year grant secured federal resources to reduce youth use of alcohol and other drugs by supporting community-driven solutions.
As a Drug-Free Communities Support Grant recipient, SCCUDD works to increase community collaboration and reduce youth substance use by employing the Seven Strategies for Effective Community Change:
Get involved in the Schuyler County Coalition on Underage Drinking and Drugs (SCCUDD)! Work with a diverse group of community members to combat underage drinking and drug use in the county.For more information, contact us by:
Knowing what different rates, plans, features and customer-oriented programs each company offers will help you choose the electric provider that best fits your needs.
Get notified of events or special notifications! Create a sign on account within the site found in the upper right hand corner. This requires an initial two step authentication. Once your account is active, you can accept notifications which relate to your area of need by visiting http://schuylercounty.us/list.aspx
The CWCP is part of a series of successful planning efforts by the Towns, Villages, and County to articulate their individual and collective future. Some examples include the 2010 Village of Watkins Glen Lakefront Management & Development Strategy, 2011 Villages of Burdett & Odessa - Commercial District Improvement Strategy, 2012 Town of Orange Comprehensive Plan, 2013 Village of Watkins Glen Comprehensive Plan, and the 2013 Village of Burdett Comprehensive Plan. View the Schuyler Countywide Comprehensive Plan.
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Visit the NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation to learn about activities, protections & regulation.
Chamber of Commerce for its promotion of tourism and of the publication of the advantages of Schuyler County and the region (Section 3 #12) and to economic development within Schuyler County.
The Youth Bureau provides the following programs: Youth Court, the Family Play and Resource Center, and Summer Youth Employment. Funded programs included town and village recreation programs, Runaway and Homeless Youth Program and Strengthening Families parenting curriculum.
This funding is used to support the youth programs operated by the public, private or religious agencies and the Youth Bureau.