Food Pantry - Program
Greece Ecumenical Food Shelf and Clothing Closet, Inc.
500 Maiden Lane
Operates an emergency food pantry. After phone interview, eligible individuals may visit the pantry to select their food. Delivery is available for those who are ill or who lack transportation. Food available includes a variety of canned and shelf stable foods, cereal, fresh eggs, frozen meat, and fresh fruit and vegetables as well as pet food. Can also offer diapers and baby formula to recipients of emergency food.
Meals On Wheels - Program
UR Medicine Home Care
2180 Empire Boulevard
Offers delivery of the number of meals requested each day to individuals' homes. Includes meals that meet special medical needs. Provides a check-in service each day as a form of respite to family members.
Emergency and Family Assistance Program - Program
Baden Street Settlement
13 Vienna Street
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.
Noyes Hospital and Clinic Services - Program
Noyes Memorial Hospital
111 Clara Barton Street
Administers hospital services that include: Inpatient and outpatient services Emergency room services Obstetrics and gynecology Radiology services Laboratory services Rehabilitation services After hours care Community outreach services Meals on Wheels to go Orthopedics General Surgery
Information, Assistance and Community-Based Services - Program
Ontario County Office for the Aging
3019 County Complex Drive
Provides information and assistance to older adults and their caregivers that includes: Information, referral and advocacy Case management Long Term Care Options Counseling to help consumers make informed decisions about care Benefits counseling and assistance applying for public benefits such as HEAP, Medicaid, EPIC, Medicaid, Medicare Savings Program, etc. Health Insurance Counseling Medicare 101 workshops Transportation information and referrals Legal Assistance Caregiver counseling, …
Advocacy and Case Management Services - Program
Wayne County Department of Aging and Youth
1519 Nye Road, Suite 300
Provides community and caregiver services for older adults and their families that includes: Case management Housekeeping and personal aide service Help with errands Personal emergency response system Transportation Provides information, assistance and advocacy services that includes: Insurance counseling Legal assistance Long-term care options Provides nutrition services that includes: Farmers Market coupon program Home delivered meals Nutrition counseling and education Senior lunch clubs
South Seneca Ecumenical Food Pantry - Program
Ovid Federated Church
7137 N Main Street
Provides a weekly food pantry for low-income individuals. Will deliver to homebound individuals in coverage area Provides a food truck every other week regardless of income. Operates a thrift store, which provides emergency vouchers for clothing.
Senior Center - Program
Town of Irondequoit Town Hall
154 Pinegrove Avenue
Provides education, social and recreation activities for older adults. Congregate meals Transportation To Senior Center for meals Once weekly shopping to Hudson-Titus Plaza Medical equipment loans. Canes, commodes, bath chairs, raised toilet seats, crutches, walkers,wheelchairs. Wheelchairs may be borrowed for up to two months. All other equipment may be borrowed for up to 90 days. Health and nutrition information "Life in Irondequoit" Casework services for frail, elderly members …
Comfort Keepers - Program
1163 Pittsford Victor Road
Provides non-medical, home-based services. Chores, companionship, laundry, activities, meals delivered or prepared in the home, adult respite care, grocery shopping, transportation, medication reminders.