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Fast Facts About OCO

OCO Community Assessment Survey

Agency Leadership OCO VIDEO  
Agency Mission, Vision & Values OCO HISTORY SLIDESHOW

2018 Community

Needs Assessment

Agency History OCO Sites Open to the Public  2019-2021 Strategic
 Management Plan

Annual Reports

 2018 Agency Audit

OCO on Social Media


2014-2018 Strategic
Management Plan Results

2018 Executive Summary

Board Meeting Dates 2020

 Our Programs and Services

2017 Update: Executive Summary


Board of Directors Listing 2018-2019   Strategic Plan Results 2016
Contact Information   What is Community Action?
Contact Us - form   2016 Oswego County Poverty Report
News releases   NYSCAA Needs Assessment 2017
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OCO Logo - grayscale   LIFT Oswego Needs Assessment Report

OCO Annual

DRA and SSL Certifications for Medicaid Compliance

  Oswego County Community Health Assessment 2014-2017


OCO Policy on News Media Access and Relations:

It is OCO's practice to respond to news media inquiries as quickly as possible, depending upon availability of spokespersons or subject experts and the complexity of the topic being covered.

All requests for comments, interview, photos/video, or statements must be handled through OCO Administration, 315-598-4717.

OCO Executive Director Diane Cooper-Currier is the Agency's designated official spokesperson, and the only person authorized to speak on behalf of the Agency unless otherwise designated by herself or the Chairman of the OCO Board of Directors. Her phone number is: 315-598-4717 ext. 1017.

Arrangements for filming/photographing and/or interviewing OCO department and program staff, volunteers and clients must be made in advance by contacting the Senior Director of Operations Betsy Copps at 315-598-4717 ext. 1092.

Due to confidentiality requirements, federal and state regulations, and Agency policy, all OCO clients, employees and volunteers must have a signed release on file with the Agency before they can be interviewed, filmed or photographed.

News media are free to visit program sites that are public places or service portals; however, many program sites are also clients' homes or shelters and therefore not accessible without permission. Please check with the Senior Director of Operations first.