Community Concern of WNY's Mission

The mission of Community Concern of WNY, Inc. is  to deliver the needed human services intended to reduce social and emotional distress and thereby improving individual/family functioning and quality of life.   We will accomplish this with a professional dedicated staff, government support, and volunteer / community involvement.  

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Upcoming Events: July 13, Free Community Trainings in Opioid Overdose Recognition & Use of Naloxone

Free Community Training

Free Community Trainings in Opioid Overdose Recognition & Use of Naloxone - July 13, 6:30 – 8:30 pm at Community Concern of WNY,  6722 Erie Road, Derby, NY 14047


Participants will be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose; administer naloxone (Narcan) properly; and take necessary follow-up steps



Online Registration Only: 

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Click on the desired date below to register for that training. Pre-registration is highly recommended as space is limited. Note: The class will be cancelled if there are fewer than 20 pre-registrants 72 hours before the class.  Registrants will be notified by email of the cancellation.

Upcoming Events-June

Free Alzheimer's Workshop - June 7 at 6:00pm - The Basics: Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimer's.


Community Concern's very first Chiavetta's Chicken BBQ Drive-thru is

Friday, June 24 from 3:30 until sold out. Pre-sale tickets are available at the agency.


Community Concern's Mental Health Clinic achieves among the best outcomes in the state AND the region for the following quality indicators:
- Lowest percentage of patients with preventable ER and hospital admissions
- Lowest percentage of patients with cardio metabolic disease
- Lowest percentage of patients who discontinue critical psychiatric medications
- Lowest percentage of patients who are prescribed multiple psychiatric medications

Source: New York State Department of Health


Journeying Thru Dementia Behaviors - April 7th

Do you have a friend or family member with memory loss, Alzheimer’s Disease, or a related disorder? Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed, frustrated, angry, or burned out? Flyer PDF

call 716.947.5025