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Local Agencies

There are many agencies in our community that serve children and adults with autism spectrum disorders. Some of these agencies exist to serve the general public; others solely serve the autism population; and some are geared to serve individuals with developmental disabilities, emotional/behavioral challenges, neurological deficits, and/or autism spectrum disorders. Here are some of the agencies that may be able to offer you assistance, as well as a brief synopsis of what each agency has to offer.

Adirondack Community Action Program
Alan Jones, Executive Director

7572 Court Street, Suite 2
Elizabethtown, NY 12932

Phone: 

518-873-3207
877-873-2979 ext. 235, 7572

Fax:
518-873-6845

Provides comprehensive services to children, adults, seniors, and families to help promote personal development, healthy independence, and improved quality of life.

Adirondack Helping Hands
Bridget Benware

128 Park Row, Suite 101
Cadyville, NY 12918

Phone: 

518-561-6361

Fax:
518-293-5226

Provides therapeutic intervention for children with special needs ages birth to five while offering support and ongoing education to their families.

Adirondack Psychiatric Associates, P.C.
Dr. Kevin Gitlin, M.D. Dr. Daniela Gitlin M.D

3 Cumberland Avenue
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-566-6000

Fax:
518-561-0674
Email: 

Provides diagnosis of brain disorders of emotion, thought, and behavior; treatment may include medication management in addition to counseling and therapy for adults only (individual, group, couples,and family). Committed to helping individuals regain and maintain mental health.

Adirondack Stables/Manely Magic Therapeutic Riding
Amy LaValley

87 Atwood Lane
West Chazy, NY 12992-2844

Phone: 

518-493-3211

Fax:

Provides therapeutic riding services, which can increase mobility, endurance, stamina, balance and trunk control, and may contribute to anxiety reduction and an increase in self-esteem.

Adult Career and Continuing Education Services-Vocational Rehabilitation (ACCES-VR)
Pam Dority

209 West Main Street, Suite 3
Malone, NY 12953

Phone: 

518-483-3530
800-882-2803

Fax:
518-483-3552

Provides vocational rehabilitation and independent living programs, coordinates policy and services relating to transition services for students with disabilities from school to adult services. Formerly VESID.

American Red Cross - North Country Chapter
Jane Gendron, Executive Director

203 N. Hamilton St.
Watertown, NY  13601

Phone: 

518-561-7280

Fax:

Provides training for people in life-saving skills, preparation for disasters, and recovery when disasters occur.

Autism Alliance of Northeastern NY
Jessica Perry, Program Coordinator

P.O. Box 1884
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-354-7000

Fax:

Our mission is to empower individuals and families touched by autism spectrum disorders through support and education. We are committed to educating the community, fostering community inclusion, connecting families with local resources, and improving awareness and understanding. We provide educational workshops, conferences and family events; we also distribute autism-related materials to local schools and libraries, and provide grants to local agencies and individuals.

Behavioral Health Services North, Inc.
Child and Family Services

2155 State Route 22B
Morrisonville, NY 12962

Phone: 

518-561-1767

Fax:
518-563-9001
Email: 

Provides counseling services (including medication management) to children with emotional and/or behavioral challenges and mental health issues. Also focuses on prevention, education, and advocacy services. Programs include adventure-based counseling, intensive and supportive case management, family-based intervention, child and family respite program, home and community-based services waiver, etc.

Bridge St. Yoga Place
Emily Zurschmit

25 Bridge Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

315-264-9056

Fax:
Website:

Provides yoga as a vehicle in therapy to improve a variety of social and language skills in children and teens. Uses yoga to address social-pragmatic skills, language development including understanding and use of language, self-regulation and awareness, fluency and articulation.

CVES-Partners in Transition
Tonya Robinson

1585 Military Turnpike
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-561-0100 ext. 347

Fax:
518-561-5624

Provides wide range of employment and vocational services thru OPWDD and ACCES-VR to individuals in the community.  Also provides community work-based programming to high schoolers enrolled in CVES programs. OPWDD Provider.

Care Design NY
Corporate Office Location

8 Southwoods Blvd. Suite 110 Albany, NY 12211 

Phone: 

(518) 235-1888

Fax:
Email: 

Health Home Care Management

Health Home Care Management services are provided by Care Coordination Organizations (CCOs) to assist people with developmental disabilities and their families in gaining access to services and supports appropriate to their needs. Health Home Care Management services are designed to:

  • Provide comprehensive, person-centered care planning using a network of care managers and providers (team approach);
  • Provide enhanced coordination and integration of primary and behavioral health services as well as access to medical and dental services
  • Identify community based resources and make connections to community services and supports, housing, social services, and family services; and
  • Use technology to link all services.

Care Management services are provided by qualified Care Managers who use a person-centered planning process in developing, implementing, and maintaining a person’s Life Plan.  

An alternative form of care management, which is also provided by CCO care managers is Basic Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Plan Support. Basic HCBS Plan Support services is a very minimal coordination option and does not include coordination of health care or mental health services.


Catholic Charities
Joelle Lamica, Director

P.O. Box 896
57 Rennie Street
Malone, NY 12953

Phone: 

518-483-1460

Fax:
518-483-8240

Franklin County Area - Promotes national and international awareness and advocacy for at-risk members of the community. Provides case-management for those in their teens to age 26 who are expecting. Offers parent support and education, helps individuals in need of donations.

Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)

1535 Western Avenue
Albany, NY 12203

Phone: 

518-442-2574

Fax:
518-442-4834

Provides evidence-based training and support for families and professionals, home and school consultation services, online training/continuing education, and curriculum-based learning. Through ongoing research, contributes knowledge to the field of autism spectrum disorders.

Center for Disability Services

314 South Manning Blvd.
Albany, NY 12208

Phone: 

518-437-5700

Fax:
518-437- 5600

Provides preschool evaluations (disorders of learning, language, motor function, and social engagement including autism, Asperger Syndrome, ADHD, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, dyspraxia, and cerebral palsy), a seizure clinic, a dental clinic, and other specialty services.

Child Care Coordinating Council of the North Country, Inc.
Jamie Basiliere, Executive Director

P.O. Box 2640 (194 U.S. Oval)
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-561-4999

Fax:
518-561-6956

Provides parent-child playgroups, free developmental screenings, child care resources & referrals, parenting education & support, Parents Anonymous® groups in conjunction with child care, supervised visitation services, Kinship Caregiver Services, Professional Development for child care providers, etc. Sponsor Special Education Parent Network to help parents who have children ages 3-21 with a disability improve their educational experience. Started the Post Adoption Project, designed to prevent post adoption disruptions.

Citizen Advocates, Inc. (North Star Family of Services)
Dean Johnston, Executive Director

31 6th Street
Malone, NY 12953

Phone: 

518-483-3261

Fax:
518-483-3383
Email: 

Provides children’s residential services, vocational programs, community support services, residential programs, day program services, etc., for people with developmental disabilities, mental health needs, and/or chemical dependency issues.

Clinton County Mental Health

130 Arizona Avenue, Suite 1500
Plattsburgh, NY 12903

Phone: 

518-565-4060

Fax:

Provides mental health services including psychotherapy, consultation, and evaluation. Oversees the planning, development, and coordination of services for all mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disability services.

Clinton County Sheriff’s Office
Project Lifesaver - Sgt. Dominy

25 McCarthy Drive
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-565-4208

Fax:

Provides Project Lifesaver free of charge! This is a comprehensive rapid-response support system that assists in locating people with Autism. Uses reliable locator equipment with specially trained search and rescue teams.  

Clinton-Essex-Franklin Library System

33 Oak Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-563-5190

Fax:
518-563-0421

Provides lending materials including autism-related literature, books on behavioral interventions, alternative therapies, etc.

Crucetti, Audrey - M.S. BCBA, NYS-LBA
Independent Behavior Consultant

Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-420-4334

Fax:
Email: 
Website:

Provides autism, behavior, and educational consultation to school districts, agencies, and families.

Families First in Essex County
JoAnne Caswell, Executive Director

196 Water Street, P.O. Box 565
Elizabethtown, NY 12932

Phone: 

518-873-9544

Fax:
518-873-9570

Provides an array of services that support families of children with emotional and/or behavioral challenges, including Family Support, Case Management, and Planning.

Family Champions of the North Country, Inc.

61 Main Street
Tupper Lake, NY 12986

Phone: 

518-359-9110

Fax:
Website:

Organization that helps provide the needy with furniture, household items and clothing.  Everything is given away with a minimal charge from $1 to $5. Donations of all items are accepted, as well as monetary donations.  

Four Winds Saratoga & Psychiatric Services

30 Crescent Avenue
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

Phone: 

518-584-3600

Fax:
Email: 

Provides a comprehensive range of mental health treatment for children, adolescents, and adults, with four levels of treatment intensity. Child and Adolescent Outpatient Program provides specialized outpatient services for children and adolescents, up to age 17, who have been identified with a psychiatric disorder (anxiety, depression, dual-diagnosis, obsessive-compulsive issues, etc.). Focuses on short-term medication management along with active family involvement.

Fox Vision Development Center
Dr. Robert Fox, O.D.,F.C.O.V..D.

22 New York Road
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-374-8001

Fax:
Email: 

Provides evaluation and treatment in the areas of vision care, behavioral optometry, vision therapy, and learning related vision problems. Visual skills such as eye teaming, eye focusing, tracking and perception are assessed and treated as able. Evaluations will be completed at their Latham office (1202 Troy-Schenectady Road, Latham NY).

Good to Know Goodrow
Dr. Marcie Goodrow - EdD, Family Educational Consultant

4235 State Route 37
Malone, NY

Phone: 

518-705-5511

Fax:
Website:

Providing social skills classes for ages 2-adult, as well as behavioral plans and support for families. Administer staff trainings for schools and other community based programs.

Havlicek, Dr. Raymond - Psychologist, PhD, ABPP
Phone: 

518-966-2934

Fax:
518-776-9275

Provides cognitive-behavioral therapy (age 6 and up) for anxiety, depression, and for families with children with ADD/ADHD, behavior challenges, learning problems, anxiety issues, and oppositional defiant disorders. Uses psychological and neuro-psychological assessments to achieve appropriate diagnoses and targeted treatment solutions.

Head Start - Adirondack Community Action Programs, Inc.
Chris Lawrence, Staff Director

7572 Court Street Suite 2
PO Box 848
Elizabethtown, NY 12932

Phone: 

518-873-3207, ext. 228

Fax:
518-873-6845
Email: 

Serving Lake Placid, Moriah, Saranac Lake, Au Sable Forks, Elizabethtown, Lewis, Essex, Ticonderoga. Provides a comprehensive preschool program designed to foster healthy development in children ages 3-5, filled with experiences that support the social, health, nutritional, educational, and emotional needs of children. Early Head Start offers early childhood and family development services to children from birth to 3 years old, pregnant women and families.

Head Start and Early Head Start- Joint Council for Economic Opportunity of Clinton & Franklin Counties
Plattsburgh: skiffj@jceo.org Malone: carlisto@jceo.org

54 Margaret Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

Plattsburgh: 518-561-6310
Malone: 518-483-7022

Fax:
Email: 

Serving Clinton and Franklin Counties with Center and home based services. Classrooms in Plattsburgh, Beekmantown, Brushton, Malone, Peru, Saranac, Keeseville, Champlain, Malone, Ellenburg, and Tupper Lake. Provides a comprehensive early childhood education program providing services to income eligible families with children ages three -five, to meet the needs of each individual child to prepare them for kindergarten, and to assist families in finding and accessing community supports. Early Head Start offers early childhood and family development services to children from birth to 3 years old, pregnant women and families.

Horses in Motion
Alexandra Barie

591 Lake Shore Road
Chazy, NY 12921

Phone: 

518-420-2487

Fax:
Website:

Provides riding lessons (English-style) in a safe and fun atmosphere. Expertise in children ages 2 -15 and adults who have never ridden before; experience with children on the spectrum.

Impeerium Peer Network/NAMI-CV
Phone: 

518-561-2685

Fax:
518-536-9047

Provides a peer-based program of mutual support to those who have used or are currently using mental health services. Assists peers along their journey toward recovering by helping them to command the power within themselves to succeed. Monthly activities include: community outings, art classes, emotional support group, Yoga, skill building, volunteering, etc.

Kushner, Dr. Howard, ODP

3 Franklin Square, 1st Floor
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

Phone: 

518-383-2270

Fax:
Email: 

Provides Behavioral Vision Exams and treatment in the areas of Eye Movement Control, Focusing Near to Far, Sustaining Clear Focus, Eye Teaming Ability, Depth Perception, Visual Motor Integration, Form Perception, Visual Memory and Eye Hand Coordination.  Provides Vision therapy via individualized programs, which train the individual to process visual information more accurately, faster, with less effort, resulting in improved performance and comprehension.

Learning Disability Association of the Mohawk Valley

146L Arsenal Street, Suite 10A
Watertown, NY 13601

Phone: 

518-785-9440

Fax:
Email: 

Provides information, resources, referrals and support to parents and other agencies who have, or are currently working with children with special needs.

MAPS (Malone/Massena Autism Parent Support)

Massena Central Schools
84 Nightingale Avenue
Massena, NY 13662

Phone: 

518-705-5511

Fax:
Website:

Provides online support on a variety of topics to help support families of children with autism spectrum disorders.

MVP Kids, Inc.
Katie Bond, Director

701 Cumberland Head Road
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-563-9420

Fax:

Provides physical and recreational programs to kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders age 5 - 12, promoting the development of confidence, self-esteem, pride, and happiness to children who may otherwise be excluded.

Massena Independent Living Center

156 Center Street                       
Massena, NY 13662

Cedar Commons, 3372 St. Rt. 11
Suite D, Malone, New York 12953

Phone: 

Massena Phone: 315-764-9442
Malone Phone: 518-483-2151

Fax:
315-764-9464
Email: 

Promotes equal opportunities for people with disabilities and encourages the end of discrimination and exclusion.

Mental Health Assoc. of Clinton & Franklin Counties

7 Pearl Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-521-3507
518-521-3537

Fax:
Email: 

Provides a variety of programs to help individuals with mental illness live a full and productive life in our community and to help families and parents of children with mental health issues as well. Also work to ensure that the rights and desires of these individuals are supported.

Mental Health Association in Essex County

6096 NYS Route 9N
Westport, NY 12993

Phone: 

518-962-2077

Fax:
518-962-8233

Provides advocacy, education, prevention, early intervention, treatment (counseling) and service. Promotes mental health to improve the care treatment of individuals with mental illness and to remove the stigma associated with emotional mental disorders.

Mind Tuning
Dr. Richard Smith, PhD

202 C Cornelia Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-563-1911

Fax:
Email: 

Provides treatment of psychological disorders adults including depression, anxiety, and ADHD, as well as learning issues, insomnia, anger management, and addictions. Treatments include meditation, energy psychology, rhythmic light and sound treatments, and augmenting treatments such as bio-feedback, neuro-feedback, and heart rate variability bio-feedback.

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) of Champlain Valley
Amanda Bulris, Director

14 Healey Avenue, Suite D
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-561-2685

Fax:

Provides free education, advocacy, support and referral services to all those affected by mental illnesses and/or emotional/behavioral challenges and disorders. Supports individuals and their families in Clinton, Franklin, and Essex Counties. Offers a support group during the school year for parents and caregivers who have a family member with Asperger's disorder or Asperger's-type characteristics.

Nexus
Sadie Trunck, Director

SUNY Plattsburgh
101 Broad Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-564-3390

Fax:
Website:

Provides a structured Saturday afternoon program that meets on the SUNY Plattsburgh campus during the academic school year; and a summer program that meets Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Children ages 5 through 16 work with college students to learn social skills in the context of a recreational program.

North Country Center for Independence
Robert Poulin, Executive Director

80 Sharron Avenue
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-563-9058

Fax:
518-563-0292
Email: 

Provides advocacy, information, referrals, peer counseling, etc., and teaches independent living skills in order to empower people with disabilities and emotional/behavioral challenges to live more independent and productive lives. Also promotes beneficial policies and community understanding of disability issues.

North Country Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (NCRCASD)
Patricia Egan, Director

SUNY Plattsburgh
101 Broad Street                        
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-564-3374

Fax:

The NCRCASD provides evidence-based training and support to families and professionals, and through ongoing research, contributes knowledge to the field of autism spectrum disorders.  A hallmark of the NCRCASD programs is the integration of research, training, and practice, which contributes to our comprehensive understanding of autism spectrum disorders.  Some additional projects include Tier 2 and 3 Behavioral Consultation, School-based social skills training, informational training for parents/schools and information about local services. The NCRCASD provides evidence-based training and support to families and professionals, and through ongoing research, contributes knowledge to the field of autism spectrum disorders.  A hallmark of the NCRCASD programs is the integration of research, training, and practice, which contributes to our comprehensive understanding of autism spectrum disorders.  Some additional projects include Tier 2 and 3 Behavioral Consultation, School-based social skills training, informational training for parents/schools and information about local services.The NCRCASD provides evidence-based training and support to families and professionals, and through ongoing research, contributes knowledge to the field of autism spectrum disorders.  A hallmark of the NCRCASD programs is the integration of research, training, and practice, which contributes to our comprehensive understanding of autism spectrum disorders.  Some additional projects include Tier 2 and 3 Behavioral Consultation, School-based social skills training, informational training for parents/schools and information about local services.

Northstar Educational Services
Gerald Swalnick, Executive Director

247 Sturtevant Road   
Colton, NY 13625

Phone: 

518-265-4778

Fax:
603-488-1489

Provides parents of students with disabilities with a variety of advocacy services, support, and consultation to ensure that a free and appropriate education is provided; also provides training and keynote addresses for parent advocacy and support groups, professional and human service organizations, and professional development and consultation in the field of special education to school districts.

Parent to Parent of New York State
Lindsey Pensabene, Regional Coordinator

P.O. Box 1296
Tupper Lake, NY 12986

Phone: 

518-381-4350
800-305-8817

Fax:
518-359-2151

Provides one-to-one parent/caregiver support through a Trained Support Parent Matching program, information and referrals to needed services, group training in many areas including autism spectrum disorders, special education advocacy training, healthcare advocacy, assistive technology and various other topics. Statewide parent-driven not for profit organization.

Partners in Speech Therapy
Heidi Barcomb, CCC/SLP, hbarcombslp@hotmail.com Elizabeth Murray, CCC/SLP, biz9329@charter.net
Phone: 

518-569-3831 (Heidi)
518-593-0445 (Elizabeth)

Fax:
Email: 
Website:

Provides speech improvement through articulation therapy to children whose speech sound productions are delayed, but are unable to qualify for speech services through their local school districts. Private Pay only.

Pediatric Rehabilitation Services at the University of Vermont Health Network at CVPH

179 Tom Miller Road
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-562-7506

Fax:
Email: 
Website:

Provides private occupational, physical, and speech therapy services for children, with a referral from a physician, including comprehensive developmental evaluations, therapy over holidays and summer vacations, in groups or individual settings depending on the needs of the individual(s). Private pay, private insurance, or Medicaid/Medicare only.

Pierpont, Nina, MD, PhD

19 Clay Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-483-6481

Fax:
Email: 
Website:

Provides behavioral pediatrics, including treatment with medication, to children with autism spectrum disorders and other disabilities and developmental delays.

STOP Domestic Violence

22 U.S Oval- Suite 218
Plattsburgh, 12901

Phone: 

888-563-6904   

Fax:
518-563-9958
Email: 

To maintain and promote the highest quality of services to survivors of domestic violence regardless of their actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, health status, race, color, religion, age, marital status, socioeconomic status, national origin, veteran status, immigration status, predisposing genetic characteristics, or disability.

Self-Advocacy Association of NYS

500 Balltown Rd, Bldg 12
Schenectady, NY 12304

Phone: 

518-382-1454

Fax:
518-382-1594

Provides training in self-determination, self-advocacy supports and community education  and awareness with the goal of creating a person-centered and person-direct system of supports.

Southern Adirondack Independent Living Center

71 Glenwood Avenue
Queensbury, NY 12804

194 US Oval, Room 226
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

Plattsburgh: 518-792-3537
Queensbury: 518-792-3537

Fax:
518-792-0979
Email: 

Provides free, in-person assistance and information for individuals, families, and small businesses who need help enrolling in Child Health Plus, Medicaid, and Quality Health Insurance plans through the NYS marketplace.

Special Education Parent Center at North Country Center For Independence
Richelle David, Parent Trainer Independent Educational Consultant
Phone: 

315-785-8703 ext. 220

Fax:

Provides parents of children with disabilities with information, trainings, resources, and strategies to promote positive outcomes and meaningful involvement with their children's education programs. Also provides professional development to schools and agencies.

Special Education Parent Network
Laurie Booth-Trudo

Family Connections Resource Center
194 U.S. Oval
Plattsburgh NY, 12901

Phone: 

518-561-4999

Fax:
518-561-6956
Email: 
Website:

Provides parents of children with disabilities with information, resources, and strategies to promote meaningful involvement in their children’s education programs and the special education process (referrals, individual evaluations, individualized education program development, and transition planning).

Special Olympics New York
Ryan Miller, Director of Program

North Country Regional Office
504 Balltown Road
Schenectady, NY 12304

Phone: 

518-388-0790
800-836-6976

Fax:
518-388-0795

Provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-style sports for all children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in a sharing of skills and friendship with their families, Special Olympics athletes and the community.

Strand Center for the Arts

23 Brinkerhoff Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-563-1604

Fax:

Provides classes for children and adults, including dance and movement, theater, working with clay , music, photography, visual arts, etc. Provides support and recognition of community-based arts programs. Offers scholarships to those in need.

The Adirondack ARC
Jessie Bailey, MSC Supervisor

12 Mohawk Street
Tupper Lake, NY 12986

Phone: 

518-521-3703 ext. 111

Fax:

Provides support for individuals with special needs and their families by supporting education, home life, productive employment, community involvement, recreational services, and advocacy.

Thera-Pets Inc.

PO Box 319
Peru, NY 12972

Phone: 

518-569-1263

Fax:

Provides a program for promoting healing and a sense of well-being through contact with therapeutic miniature donkeys. Able to travel to facilities or individual homes for a visitation program tailored to individual needs and abilities.

Tri-Lake Center for Independent Living
Nathan Cox, Executive Director

43 Broadway Suite 1
Saranac Lake, NY 12983

Phone: 

518-891-5295

Fax:

Provides advocacy, accessibility consultations, benefits advisement, community education, independent living skills training, information and referral services, technological solutions, and transportation to those with disabilities and their families as well as businesses and organizations in the Tri-Lakes region.

Vital Card: Vital Information for Critical Times

2060 Military Turnpike
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-569-8595

Fax:

Provides laminated copies of your child's simplified yet comprehensive list of vital information including medical history, allergies, diagnoses, medications, emergency contact information, and any special information that you provide that may be useful in an emergency situation. The card can be attached to car seats, backpacks, diaper bags, and/or given to teachers, bus drivers, baby sitters, etc.

YMCA - Malone

326 West Main Street
Malone, NY 12953

Phone: 

518-483-2354

Fax:

Provides membership and programs for all ages including aquatics, fitness, childcare, camping, sports and seniors. Provides a safe environment for youth, a comfortable exercise atmosphere for adults, and a fun place for families to enjoy. Memberships for individuals can be paid for through direct-billing as part of a Self-Direction program.

YMCA - Plattsburgh

17 Oak Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: 

518-561-4290

Fax:

Provides membership and programs for all ages including aquatics, fitness, childcare, camping, sports and seniors. Provides a safe environment for youth, a comfortable exercise atmosphere for adults, and a fun place for families to enjoy. Memberships for individuals can be paid for through direct-billing as part of a Self-Direction program.

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