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Advocacy

The Department of the Aging exists to be an advocate for senior citizens in the county. Advocacy for the aging means to work and plead on behalf of older people for services that are non-existent or unavailable to them.

This may include: Read more

Case Management

Case Management is a comprehensive process that helps the older person gain access to and coordinate appropriate services, benefits and entitlements through the use of a standardized process of assessment and reassessment, care planning, arranging for services, follow-up and monitoring, and discharge. Read more

Volunteer Van Service

Cattaraugus-Allegany Counties Joint Veterans Council Volunteer Van Service

Veteran is responsible for making appointments to the medical facilities.  Advise the facility that you are riding the Veterans Volunteer Van for earliest possible appointment.

A.M. Appointment Only

BATH

Call 607-664-4000 OR 877-845-3247

BUFFALO

Call 800-532-8387 Read more

Moms Program

  • The purpose of the Moms program is to promote a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby to Medicaid eligible pregnant women.
  • A Registered Nurse provides coordinated case management in conjunction with the physician and other community agencies.
  • Participants receive assistance with Medicaid application and if meet criteria receive immediate coverage..
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CPR, First Aid and AED Training

Cattaraugus County EMS coordinates American Heart Association (AHA) and National Safety Council CPR, First Aid, and Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) training classes

  • These classes can be held at your facility. 
  • Charges are based on an eight student to one instructor ratio, as required by AHA.

Certified First Responder Training

Click here for the CFR Book Form

Quick Facts About CFR Training:

  • CFR Original class is approximately 60 hours in length
  • Class is usually divided up into three-hour segments on weekday evenings over a period of 2 months, sometimes weekend classes are scheduled
  • Minimum number of students required to hold a course

Emergency Medical Technician Training

Click here for the EMT Book Form

Quick Facts About EMT-B Training:

  • EMT-B Original class is approximately 148 hours in length
  • Class is usually divided up into three-hour segments on weekday evenings over a period of 3 - 4 months, sometimes weekend classes are scheduled
  • Minimum number of students required to hold a course is 16 people
  • The course costs $700.00 per original EMT-B student or $335.00 per refresher EMT-B student
    • This cost is typically covered by the St

Emergency Medical Classes

Cattaraugus County EMS is the CFR and EMT New York State Course Sponsor in the county.  This means that we coordinate and sponsor all CFR and EMT original and refresher training in Cattaraugus County.  Questions about and sign-ups for all CFR and EMT courses should be directed to the Office of Emergency Services by calling Robert Kuhn, County EMS Coordinator at (716) 938-2244.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) classes we offer:

  • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Original and Refresher

  • Certified First Responder (CF

Filing a Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) Request

FOIL requests are also known as Public Information requests, these requests are governed by New York State's "Freedom of Information Law" (§§84-90 of the Public Officers Law).

Cattaraugus County has an Application for Public Access to Records for such requests. Please fill out the form and either: Read more

Business Assistance and Incentives

All of Cattaraugus County's Business and Economic Development Agencies stand ready to work collectively to create the best incentive and financing package for your particular business endeavor. The resulting customized package will maximize federal, state, and local incentives. Read more

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