AIM’s new Community Nutrition Program has begun operations. This program provides food and basic goods to people in need up to twice a month, free of charge. Consumers can order from a regularly updated menu of available items. Both pick-up and delivery are available.

AIM Independent Living Center has received $1 million in state funding to develop supportive housing in the City of Corning for homeless young adults and young adults aging out of foster care.  

AIM Independent Living Center is seeking community members, particularly people with disabilities, to serve on our Board of Directors. We want people with diverse experiences, perspectives, skills and connections.

AIM Independent Living Center is seeking volunteers who want to help with our systems advocacy.

The New York State Department of Health has released a new card to help people who are deaf or hard of hearing and may be experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 communicate with their health care provider.