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The Utica Center For Development

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Homeless & Housing, Low-Income & Subsidized Rental Housing

Mission: To enrich the veteran's quality of life by providing supportive comprehensive services to all veterans in need so they may successfully integrate back into the society to which they served, consequently enhancing the surrounding communities. We will devote our time to assist veterans in multifaceted ways through strong collaboration and dedication of the professionals involved so that growth will occur.

Programs: Central new york veteran's outreach center. Services veterans in need of assistance with housing and various other items.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Board Member

Rating: 1

This place is AKA the Central New York Veterans Outreach Center. I served as a Board member for a short time until it became clear that the Executive Director would do ANYTHING (lie, cheat, steal and discredit those around him) to get his way and the one thing he wanted desperately was to receive monetary compensation. It is no secret that the Executive Director is not respected within this community and that he routinely hires family, friends and those he feels that he can control and that will follow his direction, no matter how corrupt the request. No one even knows how the place stays open considering that it is in violation of more codes than one could even effectively write up. He is Also known for his extremely poor temper and given to fits of rage when he does not get his way. He intimidates and forces his will upon others. We live in a corrupt political city and unfortunately, this type of thing is very common. Corrupt not for profits have always been the norm


General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

worst place every, employees know nothing and everybody in this organization has an attitude if you ask them for help and it seems like they are only enjoying the non profit status and do nothing for the Veterans and community. Plus the building is not safe for any type of business. Where is OSHA when you need them?

Review from Guidestar


General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

A total sham to non-profit organizations. Does nothing for the Veterans or the community. They only look out for their own friends.