Skip to main content
Independant Services

Whether you want to remain living at home or you're in an institution and want to move back into the community, RCIL will help you find the services and supports you need to live your life your way. 

NY Connects

NY Connects Logo

Contact your local NY Connects Office in Oneida County by calling 315-272-2969

NY Connects You To Independence! Your trusted source for free, unbiased, information and assistance

NY Connects can work with anyone who needs information on long term services and supports - children or adults with disabilities, older adults, family members and caregivers, friends or neighbors, veterans, and helping professionals. 

NY Connects can help you... 

  • Find care and support
  • Remain independent
  • Understand care options
  • Find transportation
  • Learn about supports in caregiving
  • Find supported employment programs
  • Get answers about Medicare
  • Apply for Medicaid and other benefits


Community long term services and supports are designed to help people remain healthy and independent:

Personal Care Services:

  • Preparing meals
  • Housekeeping
  • Bathing
  • Transportation
  • Home safety and accessibility
  • Household finances

Education and counseling:

  • Independent living skills
  • Supported employment
  • Adult education
  • Building occupational skills

Behavioral health/developmental supports and services:

  • Intellectual/developmental disability supports and services
  • Mental health services
  • Substance use disorder services

Health and wellness:

  • Abuse prevention and protection
  • Managing chronic conditions
  • Building community relationships

For people of all ages, all disabilities, and caregivers

Get help with your long term services and supports needs!

Contact your local NY Connects Office in Oneida County by calling 315-272-2969. 

Visit the Resource Directory online at 

Request more information by calling or filling out our inquiry form.

This document was developed under grant CFDA 93.778 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.