For people of the North Country, United Helpers delivers the specialized medical, physical, and emotional support needed to be connected to life. We've been caring for our neighbors for more than 120 years, and no other provider comes close to the reach of our network, the breadth of our services, or the depth of our commitment. United Helpers is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit.


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Tanner Creek Farms, Dekalb, NY United Helpers and CEO Todd Amo invite UH Donors to a cocktail event in your honor Wednesday, September 21, 4:30 p.m. Tanner Creek Farm 2589 County Route 17 Dekalb Junction, NY Wine, beer, and hors d’oeuvres will be served We look forward to celebrating all you have made possible Please RSVP no later than September 19 text or call Christa at (315) 323-9830 email: [email protected] ...

Remarkable Employees & Opportunities

Ogdensburg - United Helpers could not provide the care and support for our community that we do, without the hard work and dedication of our OUTSTANDING staff! This summer, we have been working to revamp our social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram. Something we have started is regularly highlighting our staff from various parts of our organization in a "Staff Spotlight." So far, we have highlighted staff from our mental...

Canton Couple Feels Right at Home at United Helpers Independent Senior Living

CANTON – It was love at first sight for Frank Carter and Jeanette Rose when they visited United Helpers Independent Senior Living (ISL) in Canton for a tour earlier this year. “We were talking about our future and we wanted to take a look at it (ISL) to see if it was affordable, if we liked it, and what was available,” Mr. Carter said. “We figured we were still two or...

UH Training Grant Awarded by NNYCF’s Youth Philanthropy Council

United Helpers is grateful to be receiving a $5,000 grant from the Youth Philanthropy Council of the Northern New York Community Foundation to support medication certification for Direct Support Professionals (DSPs). DSPs are the day-to-day hands-on caregivers of a very special population of people, adults who live in United Helpers’ IRAs (Individualized Residential Alternatives) with developmental, intellectual, or brain injury disabilities. These program members have medication needs that are often quite complex. Following...

United Way Grant Helps Fund Employee Development at United Helpers

OGDENSBURG – A $10,000 grant from the United Way of Northern New York has paved the way for more than 20 United Helpers employees to receive training allowing them progress in their careers with the organization. Interested employees were able to shift from employment at United Helpers Rehabilitation and Senior Care to the Assisted Living Program to work as home health aides or in leadership positions at Assisted Living. A small group...

Margaret R. Spies Awards Presented to Four United Helpers Direct Care Staff Members

OGDENSBURG – This year’s group of Margaret R. Spies Award winners was a unique blend of veteran staff and newcomers who made a positive impact within the first few months of their careers. However, United Helpers Chief Operating Officer Stacey Cannizzo said each of the recipients has one thing in common. This year the Society of the United Helpers presented its 21st annual Margaret R. Spies Awards to four employees, two...

Three Honored With Annual Helen S. Randles Scholarships

OGDENSBURG – Three high school seniors who are looking to enter the health care field were recently honored by United Helpers with the presentation of our annual Helen S. Randles Scholarships. The $750 scholarships presented by the Society of the United Helpers, are funded through an endowment created by the late Ms. Randles, who established the scholarship more than 45 years ago. This year’s winners included students from Madrid, Canton, and Ogdensburg. The...

Leonard Honored With Wayne N. Ladouceur Award

During the course of his more than three decades of volunteer service to United Helpers, Wayne N. Ladouceur acquired many knick-knacks that came as gifts from residents who wanted to say, “thank you,” for all that he had done for them. One of those gifts was a small plaque with the words, “Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in...