FCCS Moves to Telephone and Telehealth Services to Ensure Access to Behavioral Health Services

To protect the health of our staff, clients and the community, and to operate in accordance with county, state and federal recommendations, our agency is transitioning to telephone and telehealth services to ensure that clients have access to essential behavioral … Continued

Rethinking Drinking

Besides warmer weather and some sunshine, April also represents alcohol awareness month. While it is important to discuss the risks of alcohol, agencies like the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism share the point that people often have two … Continued

1200 Pounds! Great Job Cortland!!

On Saturday, community members dropped off 1,200 pounds of expired and unused over-the-counter and prescription medications at a community-wide collection event! Drive-through drop off sites were located in Cortlandville, Cincinnatus, Homer and Marathon. The collection events were first launched in … Continued

Raising Awareness to Prevent Suicide

Why are there so many conversations and events that focus on suicide in September? September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and is a time for individuals and agencies to share resources and stories to raise awareness about suicide and suicide prevention. … Continued

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