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Thomas P. Hoke Human Services Center
36-42 Main Street
Binghamton, NY 13905-3199

Phone: 607.778.8850

Hours of Operation
Hours of Operation:
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.; Monday through Friday

Broome Employment Center
171 Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

Phone: 607.778.8363

Operator  -  607.778.8850
Family Services Program  -  607.778.2620
Adoption Services  -  607.778.2543
Adult Protective Services  -  607.778.2635
Case Integrity Unit  -  607.778.2519
Child Abuse/Neglect 24 Hour State Hotline
   Toll Free-Dial '1' & Then  800.342.3720
Child Protective Services  -  607.778.2647
Child Support For Assistance Recipients  -  607.778.2526
Child Support For Non-Recipients  -  607.778.6058
Day Care  -  607.778.2628
Employment Services  -  607.778.2633
Family Type Homes  -  607.778.2712
Foster Parent Applications  -  607.778.2624
Fuel Energy Assistance (HEAP)  -  607.778.2638
Managed Care & Medical Services  -  607.778.2669
   Or  -  607.778.2705
Medicaid  -  607.778.2604
Medicaid-Nursing Home Unit  -  607.778.2793
Volunteer Coordinator  -  607.778.2681
Self Sufficiency Center : Broome Employment Center, 171 Front Street, Binghamton 13905                SNAP - 607.778.2603
Welfare-To-Work  -  607.778.8363

New York State Department of Family Assistance

With its role in New York State government, the mission of the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance is to promote greater self-sufficiency of the State's residents through the efficient delivery of temporary and transitional assistance, disability assistance, and the collection of child support.
New York State Office of Temporary & Disability Assistance

OCFS has numerous responsibilities including: foster care, adoption and adoption assistance, child protective services, preventive services for children and families, services for pregnant adolescents, child care and referral programs, and protective programs for vulnerable adults. OCFS is also responsible for the functions performed by the State Commission for the Blind and Visually Handicapped (CBVH), and coordinates state government response to the needs of Native Americans on reservations and in communities.
New York State Office of Children & Family Services