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Children from birth to age 5 who have special needs due to developmental delays and disabilities are eligible to receive Early Intervention services.
The services provided to children and their families differ based upon the individual needs and strengths of each child and the child’s family. Services such as parent education, support services, developmental therapies and other family-centered services that assist in child development and may be included in a family’s Early Intervention program.Early Intervention promotes collaboration among parents, service providers and other important people in the child’s life to enhance the child’s development and support the needs of the family.
Services may be provided in the child’s home, child care center, nursery school, play group, Head Start program, early childhood special education classroom or other settings familiar to the family.Early Intervention provides supports and services in a variety of settings. Early Intervention supports and services are embedded in typical routines and activities, within the family, community and/or early care and education settings. This approach provides frequent, meaningful practice and skill building opportunities.
Early Intervention services are provided at no cost to families.
The office is open to the public on week-days from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., however no papers will be accepted for recording after 4 p.m.
Our records go back to the 1800s.
Please contact our office for applicable fees at 570-253-5970, ext. 4040.
Yes, but you should make sure the documents meet all legal requirements and that your check is made payable for the correct amount.
General information can be obtained by phone but for more detailed information you should come into the office or retain a Title Searcher or Attorney. Office employees are not permitted to make searches.
The Recorder’s office is the only one in the Courthouse to return the original papers. It takes about two to three weeks. The papers are sent back to the person who records them in most cases a Title Company or Attorney. We require a self-addressed stamped envelope if they are to be returned by mail.
You can get a copy by sending a request to the Recorder of Deeds Office. The charge is $0.50 per page. If you want the copy certified there is an additional fee of $1.50. Enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope.
Yes, but it usually is a good idea to have someone with a certain expertise in the field such as a Real Estate Agent, Attorney or Title Company prepare it for you to make sure it is correct. Employees of the Recorder’s office may not do this for you.
The Sheriff Sales are held on Wednesdays at 10 a.m. in the 3rd floor Commissioner’s Meeting Room located at:
925 Court StreetHonesdale, PA 18431
The Sheriff sales are advertised in the News Eagle, the Wayne Independent and online.
The Sheriff’s office accepts cashier checks and money orders. The money orders must be made out to the Wayne County Sheriff.
At the time of sale you must have 10% of the bid price, the remainder is due in 30 days from the date of sale.
The Sheriff’s Office strongly recommends doing a complete title search for the property before placing a bid.