The Ithaca Health Alliance, Inc. was founded in 1997 as the Ithaca Health Fund by Ithaca area activist/advocate Paul Glover and other people concerned with the problems in our health care systems — especially the hardships faced by the uninsured.
The Tompkins County chapter of the Mental Health Association was established in 1954, to address mental health needs in the Ithaca community.
Human Services Planning encourages cooperation among providers to develop well-organized service delivery systems and provides links to local, regional, and national decision-makers.
"The Crisis Pregnancy Centers of the Finger Lakes is a local, non-profit organization that helps women and couples facing unplanned pregnancies find solutions they can live with. Our goal is to treat each client with love and compassion, and to be a safe-haven of hope, comfort and assistance."
The mission of the Tompkins County Mental Health Services Department is to meet the needs of the residents of Tompkins County in the areas of mental health, developmental disabilities, and chemical dependency by providing prevention and early detection, comprehensively planned care, treatment, and rehabilitation services.
Heart 4 Heart is a student-run nonprofit organization driven by a mission to provide life-saving surgeries for children in various developing countries born with congenital heart defects.
Colleges Against Cancer is a national campus-wide organization that is recognized by the American Cancer Society.
Active Minds is a national organization that develops and supports student-run mental health awareness, education, and advocacy groups on the college campus.
The Hammond Health Center is dedicated to serving the individual and collective healthcare needs of the Ithaca College community through providing comprehensive primary care medical services for students, individual and community education, prevention and health screening, and by assessing and responding to the Public Health needs of the campus community.
Ithaca College hosts most of its information about sexual assault response and programs on it’s website called Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education (SHARE).
“The Center for LGBT Education, Outreach, and Services actively fosters the academic success and personal growth of LGBT students, and it offers college-wide services to enhance the campus community's understanding and appreciation of LGBT people and themes.”