About Opportunities for Otsego
Founded in 1966, Opportunities for Otsego helps alleviate poverty and fosters self-sufficiency through comprehensive and holistic client-centered services. The Agency focuses its attention on specific problems affecting the community, mobilizes resources, and creates solutions to unlock opportunities for low-income individuals and disenfranchised families. Our services encourage economic stability, social justice, and the promotion of healthy lives and families for residents of Otsego County.
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04/02 - 04/08: National Crime Victims' Rights Week: The Violence Intervention Program will be hosting several community events in commemoration of this national awareness initiative.
- Empty Place at the Table exhibit runs 04/03-04/07 at the SUNY Oneonta, Fine Arts Building. Opening reception is 04/03 from 5:30-7:00PM. Reception and exhibit are free and open to the public.
- Silent Witness Project will tour Otsego County the week of 04/03. Stops include Hartwick College, Dewar Union (04/03), SUNY Oneonta, Hunt Union (04/04), Pioneer Park, Cooperstown (04/05 tentatively), Muller Plaza, Downtown Oneonta (04/06) and Southside Mall (04/07)
04/11: Take Back the Night March: The march begins at 6:30PM at the steps of Milne Library at SUNY Oneonta and concludes in Kim Muller Plaza, downtown Oneonta. All are welcome.
04/22: 5th Annual Building Healthy Families Community Baby Shower: This annual event will be held at FoxCare Center in Oneonta from 9:00AM - Noon.
Head Start- Spring Open Houses: Head Start is hosting Open Houses at all of their centers throughout the month of April. For a listing of dates and locations, visit the Head Start page or the agency calendar.
View the full agency calendar