Partners and Stakeholders

MMSCNY is a collaborative project led by Rural Health Network of South Central New York, supported by a wide range of public and private partners. Partner involvement and support at the local, regional, state, and national level has been critical to the success of MMSCNY. If you are a new MMSCNY partner or stakeholder and would like to be added to this listing, please contact Nick Cecconi, Assistant Director, MMSCNY at (607) 240-2033. 

Local MMSCNY Partners and Stakeholders

Broome County Council of Churches, Faith in Action
Broome County Department of Public Transportation
Broome County Office for Aging
Chemung County Transit System (C-Tran)
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tioga County
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County, Way2Go
Community Care Network of Nichols
Delaware County Office for Aging
Deposit Foundation
INSPIRE of Spencer-Van Etten
Northern Tioga Neighbors Network
Tioga County Department of Social Services
Tioga County Rural Ministry
Tioga Opportunities, Inc.
The Arc of Chemung
Tioga County Department of Public Health
Tioga Employment Center
Tompkins County Department of Social Services
United Way of Broome County
United Way of Tioga County

Regional MMSCNY Partners and Stakeholders

ACHIEVE
Binghamton Metropolitan Transportation Study
Our Lady of Lourdes Memorial Hospital, Inc.
Rural Health Service Corps
Southern Tier Independence Center
Southern Tier Veterans Support Group
United Health Services Hospitals, Inc.

State and National MMSCNY Partners and Stakeholders

Community Transportation Association of America
Corporation for National & Community Service, AmeriCorps
Federal Transit Administration
National Center for Mobility Management
New York State Commission for National and Community Service
New York State Department of Transportation
New York Mobility Managers Network

Funding Partners

MMSCNY acknowledges the generous support of its funders, both past and present. If you would like more information about making an investment or donation to support mobility and transportation needs throughout South Central New York, please contact Cindy Martin, Director of Development at the Rural Health Network of South Central New York (607) 692-7669.

Current Funding Partners

Federal Transit Administration, Section 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities program
Federal Transit Administration, Section 5311 Formula Grants for Rural Areas program (Tioga County is the applicant)
Mildred Faulkner Truman Foundation
New York State Department of Transportation
New York State Office of Rural Health
Robert C. Smith Foundation
Tioga County
United Health Services Hospitals, Inc.
United Way of Delaware and Otsego Counties

Past Funding Partners

Ascension Health Partners in Ministry grant program
Community Foundation of South Central New York, Harriet Ford Dickenson Fund
Federal Transit Administration, Section 5316 Job Access Reverse Commute program
Federal Transit Administration, Section 5317 New Freedom program