Kids Oneida has changed its name to Integrated Community Alternatives Network, or ICAN.

Executive Director Steve Bulger says Kids Oneida was founded in 1997 as a home-based mental health services program for children in Oneida County.

Bugler says since then, the organization has grown into a 16-program entity reaching communities across six counties in Central New York, serving individuals from prenatal to end-of-life care.

"The name Kids Oneida no longr speaks to the whole or our organization," said Bulger.  "ICAN is intended to encompass our previous growth and position us for further expansion if that's what the future holds."

Integrated Community Alternatives Network began with fewer than ten employees and now employs 350.

For more information, you can visit ican.family.