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Emergency and Family Assistance Program - Program
Baden Street Settlement

13 Vienna Street
Rochester, NY

Provides a food voucher and groceries. Food pantry delivery to those unable to leave their homes because of illness, disability or frailty on a case by case basis. Provides general counseling services. Provides bus passes.  Provides clothing for all ages. Provides assistance with Social Security Income (SSI) and other benefits. Provides tenant/landlord dispute and rent/eviction services.

Salvation Army Ontario & Yates County Unit Geneva - Program
Salvation Army Ontario & Yates County Unit Geneva

41 North Street
Geneva, NY

Currently open. Services may be delayed or suspended due to COVID-19.

Offers an emergency shelter. Provides rent payment assistance with and without eviction notice. Provides prescription assistance. Provides gas, electricity bill payment assistance with a shut off notice.

Financial and Income Based Services - Program
Seneca County Division of Human Services

1 Dipronio Drive
Waterloo, NY

All applications will be conducted via phone, email, or online. To apply for SNAP, Public Assistance, HEAP, and Medicaid: https://mybenefits.ny.gov/mybenefits/begin

Offers temporary assistance that includes: Public assistance SNAP Rent assistance Medicaid SSI Special unit for resource recovery from persons who owe money Offers an online assistance with eligibility requirements and application processes for Temporary Assistance, Food Stamps, Health Insurance, tax credits and other related programs at www.mybenefits.ny.gov.

Financial and Income Based Services - Program
Livingston County Department of Social Services/DSS

1 Murray Hill Drive
Mount Morris, NY

Provides Temporary Financial Assistance to eligible individuals and families in need: Temporary Cash Assistance SNAP/food stamps Medicaid Day Care Emergency Payments

Emergency Services - Program
PathStone

4075 Ridge Road
Williamson, NY

Provides one-time emergency needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers who may not be eligible for other emergency services.  Services include: Nutritional assistance, emergency shelter, first month rental assistance, rent in arrears assistance, mortgage assistance and utilities in arrears assistance.

Rental Services - Program
Cayuga County Homsite Development Corporation

60 Clark Street
Auburn, NY

Provides rental assistance under Section 8 Rental Assistance Program for income eligible families, security deposit loans to low-income families in Cayuga County, apartment listings, owner/renter counseling to prevent eviction, working with owners to upgrade their rental properties, and SRO for Women.

Webster Community Chest - Program
Webster Community Chest

Webster, NY

Providing services as usual.

Provides emergency financial assistance for; Utility gas and electric bill payment assistance, prescription payment assistance, car repair, rent payments. Offers scholarships to Webster High School students. Offer summer camp scholarships to children in Webster families who qualify.

Temporary Assistance - Program
Cayuga County Department of Social Services

160 Genesee Street
Auburn, NY

Services currently available over the phone.

Offers emergency assistance, TANF and Safety Net Programs for eligible individuals and families. Access website for more information www.mybenefits.ny.gov. SNAP Rent assistance Medicaid Child Care Subsidy (child care block grant)

Utility and Rent Assistance - Program
Wayne County Rural Ministry

4170 Main Street
Williamson, NY

Call to confirm service availability.

Provides utility and rent assistance when funding is available.

Emergency Payment Services - Program
Catholic Charities Steuben/Livingston

34 East State Street
Mount Morris, NY

*Provide direct assistance to low-income individuals and families by providing case management services through a series of assessments. Assistance based on need and includes rent, security deposit, mortgage, utilities (such as gas, electric, heating, water, and sewer), auto insurance and repairs, personal hygiene items, diapers and wipes, furniture, as well as gasoline and bus passes for employment-related services. Provides information and referrals to the appropriate resources or agencies. …

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