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Resources (near, far, and from your couch)

Below are website to use resources to help us all transition through these less than "normal" times, as well as the "regular", day-to-day questions we all face from time-to-time.  Additionally, there are links to:

  • Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE)
  • Committee on Special Education (CSE) and 504
  • Various Mental Health supports (near and far)

And, as always, if you have questions, just ask! 

The websites below give information about children and their developmental skills, social-emotional development, and parenting tips:

Resources for families and educators about the Committe on Prescshool Special Education and Committee on Special Education (CPSE & CSE)

Basic guide to special education

Basic guide to Section 504


Local Community Resources Mental Health Resources

                    Cortland County Mental Health- (607)  758-6100

                    Catholic Charities of Cortland County - (607) 756-5992
                    Family Counseling Services- (607) 753-0234


After hours support in the community:

                   Liberty Resources Mobile Crisis (provide support to Cortland County youth and families when a behavior and/or mental health crisis occurs)
                   Cortland County Mobile Crisis Team (MCT)  (Monday - Friday, 5 p.m. to midnight Weekends and Holidays 5 a.m. to midnight)
                                              Contact both at (607) 756-3771

                    211- A variety of available supports, information, and activities in and around Cortland County


National Resources (available 24 hours a day)

                     National Suicide Prevention and Crisis Line (800) 273-TALK (8255)

                     National Text Crisis Line- 741741


Other on-line Resources

                    Homework Guide for parents


                                                                                                                                                                                                                updated 9/27/21