The Arc Erie County New York is committed to connecting people with the right supports to achieve their individual employment goals. Our program encourage career awareness and growth for people by connecting them with employers based on their interest area. Services offered include: community-based work assessment; career development; work readiness skill development; job placement; and supported employment services. The Arc Erie County New York offers a wide array of services to support individuals to overcome barriers in entering employment. A person-centered team approach is used to develop a career path for each person we serve.
Erie Community College (North) | HSE Testing Center
Erie County Boces Adult Education - 01/
Please do not come to the District Office. No in-person meetings are being held at this time. Buses from all directions of the city cross Main Street and a transfer will get you to our Main Street location. Follow overhead Pearl Street signs and bear left onto Pearl Street. Our offices are three doors from the Hyatt hotel on Main and the hotel will be 3 blocks down on the left.
Erie County Welfare (New York)
For more than 60 years, Erie 1 BOCES has been helping area school districts further contain costs by assisting them with district office functions such as cooperative purchasing, health insurance benefits, policy development and technology services. In addition to offering a wide range of career programs for adults, Erie 1 BOCES' three state-of-the-art career and technical centers also offer more than 25 programs to high school students. Erie 1 BOCES commits to those we serve - students, staff and communities - by understanding, anticipating and responding to their needs.
These beneficial services are designed to prevent or remedy the neglect, exploitation, or abuse of vulnerable adults by strengthening their capacity to function and ability to be self-directing. For more information, please call Any concerned person, family member, friend, neighbor, law enforcement officer, health professional, clergy or financial institution employee who observes an individual having difficulty in providing for their most basic needs; such as food, clothing, shelter, medical care, or personal safety are urged to call Adult Services at  to inquire about making a referral.