1. Grandma 970x535

    Mid 90's

    Oneida County’s Department of Social Services and Mental Health began to consider ways in which out-of-home placements of children with serious emotional disturbances could be decreased.

  2. Building 970x535

    1996

    Oneida County was awarded a prestigious Robert Wood Johnson grant to be used as seed money for the start-up of the program.

  3. 2Kids 970x535

    1997

    Integrated Community Alternative Network (ICAN), a non-profit care management entity, was established.

  4. MotherDaughter 970x535

    1998

    A decade after the first discussions were initiated, Kids Oneida began full operation when it was licensed by the New York State Office of Mental Health as an Article 31 (Parts 587/588) outpatient clinic with a number of waiver provisions.

  5. FatherDaughter 970x535

    2007

    ICAN’s name was changed to Kids Oneida, Inc. It continues to be funded through a number of sources including the Oneida County Department of Social Services, Medicaid and individualized service only contracts.

  6. KO Group 970x535

    2012

    Kids Oneida was deemed by the New York State Office of Mental Health as the first KO/ACT Waiver Demonstration Project in New York State.

  7. KO 20Years 970x535

    2018

    Kids Oneida celebrated 20 year anniversary.

  8. ICAN KFT2x 970x535

    2019

    Today, we have rebranded our organization back to ICAN from Kids Oneida, because we are no longer “just kids” and no longer “just Oneida.” We have come full circle to close the gaps in services in our area as well as the continuum of care, in that we now serve prenatally through the end of life in more than 6 counties, and the possibilities for us are endless!