In 1994, key stakeholders and healthcare leaders from across Allegany County joined together in response to a New York State Department of Health funding announcement entitled the Rural Health Network Development Program. The founding members were successful in these efforts and embraced the concept of working together toward the greater good of our community’s health and wellness.
Today, Ardent Solutions continues to thrive by collaborating with local, regional and state-wide partners to improve community health outcomes, increase independence through safe and reliable mobility options, and decreasing unintentional injuries and suicide risks. It is our vision that working together proactively, we will create a healthy, sustainable and livable community for all.
We invite you to browse our website to learn about our services, events and Ardent Solutions’ news.
Become a SafeTALK-trained suicide alert helper! SafeTALK Classes offered in 2017. Register Today!
In recognition of American Heart Month, D-R employee Rod Blunk's daughter, Sophia, created this inspiring drawing to help educate everyone on how to decrease their risks for heart disease! Great job Sophia!!!
New Smoking Cessation Program offered for March 21-April 18, 2017! Want help to quit smoking? Classes are FREE! Register Today!
Ardent Solutions and the Million Hearts Committee schedules 2017 1st Quarter CPR/First Aid/AED Classes. Don't Wait, Register Today!
Allegany County Heroin and Opioid Abuse Report
Ardent Solutions is proud to present the Allegany County Board of Legislator's Heroin and Opioid Abuse Subcommittee 2016 Allegany County Heroin and Opioid Abuse Report. Thank you to everyone who took the time to share their opinions and expertise on the topic! To download the Report, please click Here!
Ardent Solutions expands Child Passenger Safety Program to Cattaraugus and Steuben Counties. To make an appointment at one of our Monthly Fitting Stations, please CLICK HERE.
Free ACCESS Allegany Travel Training scheduled for March 31, 2017, in Belmont, New York. Do you work with individuals who need assistance using the public transit system? This training is for you! Register Now!
Free 2-day Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) announced for March 13-14, 2017. To learn more or to register, CLICK HERE