DCHA is a history museum and library with archives available to the public


Non-profit Watershed Conservation Organization.


158 East Front Street

The Hancock Community Education Foundation was founded in 1999 as a New York State not for Profit Corporation and received its 501 (c) (3) status from the IRS in February 2000. The mission of The Hancock Community Education Foundation is to provide educational support from birth to post graduation and to encourage a greater percentage of students to go on to higher education.To accomplish our mission the Foundation has built a demonstration model program. The model is based on the need to replicate the positive home effect experienced by children who have parents with college educations, and ...


Mission: To reduce the devastating health impacts of tobacco use and alleviate the social and economic burden that tobacco use causes in Delaware, Otsego and Schoharie counties.Goal: To educate and mobilize community residents to be support policies that promote a tobacco-free norm in our tri-county region. To reach our goal, we work on the following strategies:Reduce the affordability, accessibility and appeal of tobacco and e-cigarettes to youth in the retail environmentIncrease the adoption of tobacco-free outdoor policies for municipal parks, recreation areas and all municipal own ...


155 Main Street

Come take a long look and a slow ride through our charming, historic, natural river towns along the state designated Upper Delaware Scenic Byway, connecting the rafting and bluestone village of Hancock in Delaware County to the railroad city of Port Jervis in Orange County. The Upper Delaware Scenic Byway traverses the western border of Sullivan County, NY along a 70-mile stretch of the Delaware River. On scenic Route 97 and its various side-roads, you'll find country eateries, art galleries, museums, theaters, antique shops and general stores...all surrounded by undulating hills, long valley ...