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The Center for Intergenerational Studies and Programs (CISP) is determined to:
The Center for Intergenerational Studies and Programs is engaged in cutting edge research on a wide variety of issues related to youth, the geriatric population, and individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.
CISP is a leading center with the largest depository of data regarding local health and human services in the area. By studying areas such as brain abnormality, developmental disorders, substance abuse, and social welfare of elderly and youth, we have become a Center of applied research in the area of lifespan studies.
Over the past fiscal year, the operational budget of the CISP has been estimated at $850,000 obtained through grants and contracts, fees for services, and individual contributions.
For more information about the Center for Intergenerational Studies and Programs (CISP), please contact:
Yvonne Lott, M.S. Ed., Associate Director
Office: Sibley 227
Phone: (518) 564-3377
Toll-Free Phone: (800) 388-0199