CEFLS has created a mobile app** and a resource booklet to help people connect with local and online resources related to substance abuse. Individuals seeking services, as well as the loved ones and professionals supporting them will find helpful information on addiction and mental health services, housing, transportation, and more. The booklets will be available at local libraries in the tri-county area. (The booklet and mobile app were produced in association with Substance Abuse Prevention and Recovery of Clinton County (SPARCC) and are supported by the National Library of Medicine (NLM), National Institutes of Health (NIH) under cooperative agreement number UG4LM012342 with the University of Pittsburgh, Health Sciences Library System. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.)
CEFLS has created a booklet listing community resources for people returning to Clinton, Essex and Franklin County from a correctional facility.
The resources listed are designed to be helpful for those seeking to reenter society, gain employment, improve their education and find help with health, legal issues, housing and other needs.
CEFLS has created a booklet for adult new learners looking for more resources to help them achieve educational and economic success. The listed
local agencies and resources in Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties of New York focus on education, jobs and support for those seeking
to improve their lives. (This publication was supported by funds from the new York State Library’s Adult Literacy Library Services Program.)
** Note that the mobile app is no longer supported. For up-to-date resources, you can visit the Routes to Recovery website at routestorecovery.org.