Imagine a world that is accessible to everyone--where no barriers to independence exist; where you're allowed to be yourself and free to let your disability be just one more part of you. Together we can shape this world. Join the Independent Living (r)evolution! Our unity can be a potent force for change. In addition to providing services, the Southern Tier Independence Center is a gathering place for people and information. Our joint efforts in understanding the issues and concerns of people with disabilities can pave the way to this more accessible world. The Center believes that people have the right to be responsible for making their own choices. By working with you rather than for you, we respect your ability to know what's best for you. If any of our services seem like a good option for you, we'd like to meet you! All services are free unless otherwise indicated.
Fundraiser for the Haunted Halls of Horror / STIC
Ruby Tuesdays Give Back Fundraiser for HHH
Ruby Tuesday fund raiser will be on Thursday nights 3/6/14, 3/13/14, 3/20/14, 3/27/14, 4/3/14, 4/10/14, 4/17/14, and 4/24/14 All Day - Mention Haunted Halls of Horror / STIC give back program when paying your check and Ruby will donate 20% of your bill back to STIC.
601-635 Harry L Drive
Johnson City, NY 13790
Haunted Halls of Horror (HHH) / Southern Tier Independence Center (STIC) are proud to announce these fundraising events with the Binghamton Senators Hockey Team in Feb / March / April. Please come out and support HHH / STIC on any or all the dates below and help us raise money to support people with disabilities in our community reach their goal of independence. Tickets are being sold at face value of 19.00, and the B Sens are donating back a portion of each ticket sale to STIC to enrich the lives of people with disabilities. Tickets are in a blocked area for HHH / STIC, so get an opportunities to sit with family / friends, or even our ScarActors from the haunted house.
Saturday 3/15/14 @ 7:05pm Playing Rochester Americans
Sunday 4/6/14 @ 3:05pm Playing Wilkes Barre / Scranton Penguins
Saturday 4/19/14 @ 7:05pm Playing Norfolk Admirals
Please contact Todd Fedyshyn @ (607) 351-9352 for ticket sales
Who We Serve
All of our services are available to people with all disabilities of all ages and their families. Many are also offered to businesses, agencies and governments.
All services are offered in the following counties:
Please see our services link above for specific information regarding all programs and counties served.
If you can suggest any other steps we can take toward building this accessible world, we'd like to hear from you at email@example.com or by phone (607) 724-2111 (voice/TTY/ VP) or fax (607) 772-3600. Or visit us at 135 East Frederick St. Binghamton, NY 13904. Our hours are 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday. Our programs grow out of your needs and concerns. Together, our journey into imagination can become a reality.
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