Upon written request, CWI will make available a paper copy of OPWDD’s Part 624 regulations to people served, parents, guardians, correspondents or advocates. Please contact the Quality Assurance Director at 793-4700x12123 or the Quality Assurance Specialist at 793-4700x12132
CWI Wins ARCC’s 2014 Nonprofit Business of the Year Award!
CWI’s New Journey’s Day Program Holds Special Olympics Fundraiser!
CWI’s New Journey’s Day Services Program conducted a cookout at their facility on June 25th to raise funds to sponsor an athlete for the Special Olympics. More than 100 people attended and enjoyed hotdogs, chips, desserts and beverages. In addition, a Karate demonstration by Sensei Derek of The Karate Center (pictured) was conducted with participants from CWI’s New Journeys and Midtown Day Services programs. A Dessert Bake-Off was also held and the winner was Midtown for their delicious blue-raspberry cookies! Congratulations!!
People with disabilities at two local not for-profits now have paid jobs bagging kilndried firewood for sale at campsites operated by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Click here to read complete article ... read more
Bonnie Bodenstab has been named 2010 Employee of the Year for North Country Ventures (NCV) the manufacturing division of Community, Work & Independence. In presenting the award Director of Bus ... read more
CWI participated in the 2010 Glens Falls National Holiday Parade on November 21st. CWI’s float took 3rd place in the business division. Groups from several day and residential programs created different elements that would be ... read more
According to the article published in Glens Falls Business Journal, May 2010, CWI Provides Employment and Support Services to People with Special Needs and Their Families. To read the complete article, click here. ... read more
On March 15, members Sean Hagen and Nicholas McCarthy, assisted by Consumer Facilitator Steve Briggs and Consumer Assistant Pat Columbetti, had a chance to go to Albany to meet with legislators Teresa Sayward, Betty Little and Roy McDonald. Sean and ... read more
Determined fund raiser Sean Hagan and the members of Helping Hands raised a whopping $1256 for the South Glens Falls High School Marathon Dance. It was truly a community effort. Sean organized a Pizza Lunch, advertised to all of his cont ... read more
Program Description: CWI is gearing up to provide expanded services to "high school age/recent graduate age" young adults with autism spectrum disorder beginning in July 2010. These young adults will need to demonstrate an ability to ... read more
The New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) has renewed the Wheels for Work III Grant for Warren and Washington Counties to Community, Work & Independence (CWI) for another year, as long as there remains funding availa ... read more
North Country Ventures names 2009 Employee of the Year Patty Reed has been named 2009 Employee of the Year for North Country Ventures (NCV) the manufacturing division of Community, Work & Independen ... read more
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The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy rule DOES NOT CHANGE the way you get services from Community, Work and Independence, Inc., or the privacy rights you have always had under New York State Mental Hygiene Law. The Privacy rule adds some details about how you can exercise your rights.