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Our Programs

We'd love for you to get to know us.

Advantage After School

Director: Case Hamilton // 315.946.1259

Administrator: Donna Johnson // 315.665.0131

Advantage After School Programs (AASP) provide quality youth development opportunities to school-age children and youth for three hours directly after school. AASP offers a broad range of educational, recreational and culturally age-appropriate activities that integrate what happens during the school day. They also provide working parents with a safe place for their children.

Happy Kids Huddle

Head Start / Early Head Start

ECE Director: Julie Fuller // 315.333.4155

Administrator: Stacey DeGroff // 315.333.4155

Head Start / Early Head Start is a federally funded program that provides comprehensive services to pregnant women, infants, toddlers, preschool children and their families.  Services are provided in the areas of: education, health, nutrition, family services, parent involvement and mental health.  The program philosophy recognizes parents as the primary educators of their children. We welcome and encourage parent involvement in all program functions and work as partners with the family. Special efforts are made to provide services for children with special needs.

Kindergarten Guide

Healthy Families Wayne County

Program Supervisor: Diane Kellogg // 315.946.1259
Director: Kyra Yon // 315.946.1259

New to Wayne County, Healthy Families is a nation-wide, evidence-based program.
For the employee, it offers free education, extensive certification and great opportunity for growth.
For the families, the program offers connections to community resources, empowerment to rise above their circumstances, and closer family relationships.

Pregnancy Yoga

Housing Efficiency

Energy Reduction Services 

Director: Scott VanLare // 315.665.0131

Administrator: Ryan Robbins // 315.665.0131

Our Goal is to help qualified families manage energy costs by reducing residential household energy usage. Energy Reduction Services offer a comprehensive whole house approach for qualified clients to save energy. Starting with a complete assessment of the home, staff assesses health and safety concerns in addition to evaluating any upgrades which could increase energy efficiency. Staff will gauge the air leakage rates, insulation levels in the home and calculate the major appliances for usage from the refrigerator all the way down to light bulbs. Our program is  FREE to home owners and renters so please contact us at, 315-665-0131 with any questions or to get start the application.

National & Community Services

AmeriCorps Manager: Rob Weaver // 315.665.0131
FGP Manager: Gregory Peck // 315.665.0131
RSVP Manager: Peter Schauf // 315.665.0131

Administrator: Donna Johnson // 315.665.0131

In 1993, The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) was established to connect Americans of all ages and backgrounds with opportunities to give back to their communities and their nation.

Finger Lakes Living Healthy AmeriCorps members serve in sites throughout Wayne, Ontario, Seneca, Yates & Cayuga counties in a wide variety of settings to promote health and healthy living!

Foster Grandparents provide warm friendship, interest, understanding, and role modeling. They provide tutoring, mentoring, individualized attention, unhurried help, and personal care.

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is a group of adults 55 and older that volunteer their time, talents and experience to meet the needs of their community through volunteer work with local non-profit organizations.

Family Visit

Parent Education Program

Director: Emmalea Burnell // 315.946.1259

Wayne CAP PEP is a program that provides community and in-home parent education/supportive services that are confidential, safe, and non-judgmental. Workshops for all stages of parenting are voluntary and can be accessed throughout Wayne County for Parents/Caregivers that wish to expand their skill basis. This program also reaches incarcerated parents by hosting a variety of workshop in the Wayne County Jail.

Guidance Counselor

Success Center

Director: Pamela Precourt // 315.483.8761
Assistant Director: Ravone Burnell // 315.483.8761
Administrator: Crystal Manktelow // 315.655.0131

The Success Center Transitional House offers temporary housing and support services to homeless individuals.

Residents may stay at the Success Center Transitional House a maximum of six (6) months. During their stay, residents will be supported to identify and achieve goals they set as steps to become self-sufficient.

Community Service

Housing Efficiency

Weatherization

Director: Steve Watrous // 315.665.0131

Administrator: Ryan Robbins // 315.665.0131

The Weatherization Assistance Program is grant funded by The US Department of Energy (DOE) and The New York State Department of Homes and Community Renewal (NYSHCR) to deliver energy reduction services to program eligible homeowners and renters in Wayne, Ontario, and Cayuga Counties. Our mission is to assist Wayne, Ontario and Cayuga County residents, families with young children, seniors, and those with disabilities to make their homes safer & more energy efficient. All of the work performed on an eligible dwelling is FREE to the home owner or renter as long as they meet all of the eligibility and ownership/rental requirements of the program as set forth by USDOE & NYSHCR.

Youth & Family Healthy Recovery

Director: Sharon Clovis // 315.655.0131

Administrator: Crystal Manktelow // 315.655.0131

Intensive Parenting Education and Support Program offers home-based family education, family development / empowerment support and advocacy services for families and their children. This program works with families participating in the FACT (Family and Community Together) program provided by the County Aging and Youth Department
The Wayne Intensive Respite Program provides three levels of free voluntary short-term out-of-home care for children and youth whom are emotionally, mentally and behaviorally challenged between the ages of 8-18 years old, who may be at-risk of out-of-home placement.

Grandpa and Grandchild Having Fun