Endicott, NY — The Children’s Home is excited to announce it has finalized the purchase on the former Boys & Girls Club of Western Broome County building, 1 Clubhouse Rd., Endicott, NY on May 12, 2020.  It has been five months since the agency announced its intent to purchase the building in early December 2019. 

The purchase process was lengthy and COVID-19 had a significant impact on the plans, yet Children’s Home remains confident and excited about the long-term success of this extension of their Mission.  The facility will become the Southern Tier Community Center (STCC).  

Current Children’s Home employee, Nicole (Nikki) Post, has been named STCC Director.  She will oversee all programs taking place at the building moving forward. 

The agency is committed to building a vibrant community center where youth and families can gather and partake in numerous activities and events.  The primary focus moving forward will be the School Age Child Care Programs (SACC) and summer programs along with opening the pool and multi-faceted aquatics program.  Future programs will be announced at a later date.  All inquiries regarding the STCC may be directed to stcc@chowc.org.  

The Children’s Home, located in Greater Binghamton, NY, is a not-for-profit organization serving more than 500 children and families, annually. We offer more than 20 programs and deliver four types of specialized care: preventive, educational, residential, and therapeutic. Our employees and foster families specialize in providing quality services to vulnerable children. For more information go to: www.chowc.org