Keep Up With The Arc!
  • A Night of Bourbon & Bidding

    Join us for a night full of entertainment, silent & live auctions, bourbon tasting and cigar rolling!

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  • Applebee's Dining to Donate

    Visit the Cortland Applebee's on December 7th with one of these vouchers to have 10% of your bill donated to The Arc!

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  • Holiday Concert

    Join us for our annual Holiday Concert!

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Congratulations to Jack Campbell for receiving the 2016 NYSRA Adrian Levy Professional Leadership Award

The Adrian Levy Professional Leadership Award recognizes individuals who have made valuable contributions in the rehabilitation field. Recipients of this award must be 
distinguished in the field with more than 20 years of service and a professional record which emulates extraordinary contributions to the field.

Jack’s leadership extends beyond The Arc of Madison Cortland and to the disability field as he champions issues on behalf of individuals with disabilities by strategizing short and long term goals and carrying those messages to New York state lawmakers. Despite the political climate, Jack has demonstrated his ability to speak on behalf of vulnerable New Yorkers and for these reasons he has been recognized for the work he has done and continues to do. Congratulations Jack!

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Dr. Mark Slaven receives the
2016 Les Mitchell Developmental
Disabilities Award from the Madison County Community Services Board!

pictured: Jackie Hoyt, Manager Article 16 Clinic at The Arc of Madison Cortland and Dr. Mark Slaven.

Caring for a loved one offers a mixed bag of feelings for the caregiver. Some may experience love, anger, guilt and joy all at the same time. Respite is time off from your caregiving experience and may bring a freshness to your life to continue to care for your loved one at home.

Alternatives Vocational Services helps people with disabilities to find and keep jobs. AVS provides job development, job coaching and follow-along services, allowing individuals to experience increased wages, greater independence, and the satisfaction that comes from employment.

We provide specialized habilitative and rehabilitative support services, including dietetics and nutrition, nursing services, occupational therapy, podiatry, psychiatric services, physical therapy, rehabilitation counseling, social work, and speech pathology. 


Effective Monday, January 25, 2016 -  
Service Coordination, Residential, and Alternatives Vocational Services (AVS)
offices will be located at

634 Birchwood Dr., Oneida  
  (click on address for map)
All telephone numbers remain the same.

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