We are here to help.
We are committed to serving our consumers and community during this time and always.
We are using this space to make important announcements about CDCI and our community, list much needed resources, and sharing positive messages to keep us going. If you have information which would benefit your neighbors, please email us at email@example.com. Thank you!
If you have the time, please click the link to complete the survey. We want to make sure you are doing okay during this time.
Do you have food? Do you have income? How about health insurance?
Take a couple of minutes and check-in with yourself and let us know. If you have barriers and need helping overcoming them, enter your contact information in as well and an advocate will reach out. Thank you.
How is CDCI conducting business?
Staff is working remotely until the governor declares non-essential workers can return to work.
We continue to serve our consumers, their families, and businesses in the Capital District. Our hours remain the same, Monday – Friday.
All appointments over the phone or using video conferencing software. All in-person meetings are cancelled until further notice.
We are conducting free workshops and support groups online using Facebook Live, Youtube and other video conferencing services. Please check our event calendar to see what is coming up!
If you would like to set up an appointment, please call us at (518) 459-6422 and leave a voicemail. We will return your call within 48 business hours. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to access specific COVID-19 information, please click on a category below.
From the Office of the Governor, On behalf of Governor Cuomo, we are reaching out to inform you of a ...Read More
In NYS, the regents tests were suspended due to COVID and the resulting school closures. Students are typically required to ...Read More
CDCI has reopened!! Staff will be working a mixture of in-person at the office and remote at-home. A limited ...Read More
Tofu the Pug Animals can save your life. I mean, Tofu is not going to get nominated for dog hero ...Read More
Shannon M., CDCI's Benefits Counselor, reviews the nuances of applying for unemployment and what changes have been made during COVID ...Read More
Egg Muffins After cooking for over a period of time I learned new skills like multitasking and being detailed-oriented, plus ...Read More
Have you or someone you know been injured on the job? Are you worried about being an essential worker during ...Read More
Presently, all tenants within New York State are protected from any and all evictions. Tenants who can prove they did ...Read More
CDCI's, Ryan P. shares tips and tricks about Vocational Rehabilitation and how you can set yourself up to be a ...Read More
And there is a chance we will not have enough funding to continue to help those in need. Independent Living ...Read More
Egg Muffins Cherise B., CDCI's Healthy Living Coordinator, has develop four different recipes to help you clean out the pantry ...Read More
CDCI's Benefits Counselor, Shannon M., presents on the CARES Act Stimulus Check. She will cover the basics of who receives ...Read More
New York State is currently hiring people to fill temporary positions for contact tracing. These people will be able to ...Read More
The best camera is the one you have with you. Laurel Kelley shares moments with a simple phone camera. These ...Read More
I am a mom to three boys, which means, I am a chef, housekeeper, chauffeur, referee and now: teacher. In ...Read More
The "Plus $500 Push" is coming to a close. For individuals with SSI or VA benefits who have do not ...Read More
The Times Union Job Fair will be held virtually this year!! The Fair will be held between May 11th - ...Read More
Here are some free self-care activities put together by our friends at New York Association of Independent Living (NYAIL).
I don't know about many of you, but there's so much anxiousness and stress involved during this COVID-19 situation. Not ...Read More
Message from Comptroller DiNapoli “The COVID-19 pandemic has created a serious public health crisis for New York and the economic ...Read More
Here are the What You Need to Know bullet points from the governor's office. Here is the website
for more ...Read More
It's been a difficult couple of months... Like most of us these days things have not been easy. But I've ...Read More
Cherise, CDCI's Heathy Living Coordinator, has put together our first Healthy Living Bulletin. In this edition, she writes on individualizing ...Read More
The $1,200 stimulus checks have started to hit Americans' bank accounts. However, there are some rules which determines if a ...Read More
The Office of Refugee and and Immigrant Assistance has released COVID-19 health education resources in 73 different languages. The resources ...Read More
Access Meditation and Mindfulness Content in New York State Feeling stressed? As New Yorkers, we have another option to help ...Read More
How are you doing? If you have the time, please click the link to complete the survey. We want to ...Read More
The Essential Shelf has been opened to anyone who is need of necessity items like shelf-stable food, hygiene products and ...Read More
Stacey Porter, Transition Specialist through the Open Doors Program and employee of CDCI has started a new initiative connecting those ...Read More
You don't have to feel alone. The Office of Mental Health now as a helpline helping those dealing with overwhelming ...Read More
Hello from CDCI. We hope everyone is staying safe out there. We wanted to share a couple of resources about ...Read More
CDCI will be operating remotely with no physical appointments. Staff will have access to their files, emails, and phone ...Read More