Early Recognition Screenings: How are the children?

“How are the children?” This is the traditional greeting the Maasai people of Africa still use. This greeting emphasizes their priority of protecting the young. How the children are is a reflection of the community.  If the children are doing … Continued

AmeriCorps Positions Available at the Agency NOW!

Family Counseling Services and Cortland Prevention Resources are pleased to announce that the agency has been approved for three full-time AmeriCorps positions to work with our staff. The overall purpose of this program is to combat the opioid and heroin … Continued

New Session of Compass Youth Assist Program Starting September 19!

Our Compass Youth Assist Program has a new session starting up this fall! The Compass program matches youth grades 5-12 with a college student mentor to encourage social interactions, teach positive character traits and help youth live a drug free … Continued

YOU(TH) Decide: CPR Joins Forces with NY Council on Problem Gambling

Cortland Prevention Resources has partnered with the New York Council on Problem Gambling to carry-out the YOU(th) Decide Project in Cortland County! 2017 marks the fourth year that the NY Council on Problem Gambling has worked with Cortland Prevention Resources … Continued

“It’s been a fun ride” – Mentoring tie to extend into college years

  By Katie Keyser, Cortland Standard Living and Leisure Editor – Mary Jane Uttech said working with her teen friend, Bridgette Bice, has been “more crazy lately,” since she is now a high school graduate with a job at a … Continued

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