Welcome to Catholic Charities of Chenango County, a private non-profit agency serving the residents of Chenango County since 1970. As one of six regional centers within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse we respond to people and their needs by empowering them to transform their lives.

Through our service, clients increase their capacity to be self-sufficient, peaceful and socially competent citizens who feel good about themselves and the communities in which they live and work.

Our direct services are provided by our four primary programs: Counseling, Community Outreach, Mental Health and Developmental Disability Services. We are committed to develop new programs, establish partnerships and collaborate with our local communities to provide social services for those in need. We look forward to hearing from you.

Warmest regards,
Robin Cotter
Executive Director

Creating Hope, Transforming Lives

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The Norwich Police Department has learned of a bear sighting in the City of Norwich.

A large male black bear has been seen on Calvary Drive and in the Town of Norwich near Rexford Street and NYS 23.

Representatives of the DEC recommended that citizens remove easily accessible food sources such as bird feeders, pet food, messy grills, and garbage cans from their property at this time.

Don’t approach the bear. If you’re inside your home and the bear is seen on your lawn; you can create loud noises from inside which should cause the bear to leave the area.

As with any wildlife, please keep a safe distance away and do not approach the bear if you see it.

If citizens require additional information they can reach out to the DEC Dispatch Center in Syracuse at (315) 426-7431.
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We are so very sad to hear of the loss of one of the community’s most beloved members and a dear friend to us all. Marilyn Kochersperger was one of the longest term board members of Catholic Charities and an essential part of many great achievements throughout those years. Even after her retirement from the board she remained a member of many of our agency committees because she always remained devoted to her community. To say she will be missed is truly an understatement as a true angel was received in heaven today. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Kochersperger family. ... See MoreSee Less

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