At Person Centered Services, we prioritize excellent care for you and your loved ones. That is why we were disheartened to learn that once again, OPWDD targeted New Yorkers with disabilities in the Governor’s FY 2021 – 2022 Executive Budget.
This has major implications for all 110,000 members and families of the seven Care Coordination Organizations, including the more than 17,000 people supported by Person Centered Services. We need your help!
Read an important message from CEO Bridget Bartolone below and take part in a quick advocacy campaign.
Watch this video to learn more!
Person Centered Services provides Care Coordination for over 17,000 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in 18 counties throughout the Western New York, Finger Lakes, and Southern Tier regions. Our job is to help individuals and families navigate a very complex system.
At the heart of Care Coordination are connections and referrals. Care Coordinators work with individuals, families, community providers and organizations to make sure the dots are connected between all aspects of a person's care.
Person Centered Services by the Numbers
Our service area includes 18 counties in the western region of New York State, from Buffalo to Rochester and points north and south.
Person Centered Services is owned by 28 nonprofit agencies in our region that provide services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are all in this together!