For more than 110 years, United Helpers has meant homes and services for thousands of North Country seniors, developmentally disabled and mentally ill people and their families. United Helpers offers a variety of services ranging from independent retirement communities to complete long-term care. The mission of the United Helpers organization is to service the community and help those in need. Simply put, United Helpers would like to be your provider of choice for Health and Human Services.
Message From Stephen E. Knight, CEO, United Helpers
This year has marked the successful completion of a ten year plan called Vision 2010.
For the last ten years, United Helpers has created a continuum that places our customers first.
We've developed two health care campuses offering: outpatient therapy services, sub acute rehabilitation, skilled nursing, an Adult Residence (Ogdensburg), assisted living program (Canton), and Partridge Knoll Independent Retirement Community (Canton). We've introduced Home Health Services, Companion and Housekeeping services available across St. Lawrence County. United Helpers Care has introduced the Assertive Community Treatment or ACT team, providing community-based support for people diagnosed with persistent mental illness; small-home style care; case management services; and day habilitation services for people with developmental disabilities, autism, or traumatic brain injury.
On behalf of all that we serve, I wish to thank our family members, contributors, staff, and members of our community for helping us to fulfill our commitment to quality health care in Northern New York.
Board of Directors:
Wayne N. Ladouceur, President
Nancy Rehse, Vice President
Ronald Bovay, Vice President
Francine Naccarato, Secretary/Treasurer
William W. Bradley, Ph.D
James T. Michaelson
Martha K. MacArthur