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Discrimination Assistance - Rochester Office - Program
New York State Executive Department, Division of Human Rights

259 Monroe Avenue, Room 308
Rochester, NY

Provides investigation and mediation services for those who feel they have been discriminated on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, physical disability, visual disability, psychiatric mental disability, marital status, age, sex, arrest or conviction, familial status, genetic predisposition, carrier status, sexual preference, military status, domestic violence victims,sexual harassment and pregnancy discrimination. Provides enforcement of State and Federal laws against …

Housing Counseling Services - Program
The Housing Council at PathStone, Inc.

75 College Avenue
4th Floor
Rochester, NY

Provides home owner services to first time homebuyers as well as current homeowners.   Help for seniors Foreclosure prevention Homeowner repair grants information (Housing council doesn't provide grants but can help in finding information) First-time homebuyer education and counseling Offers landlord services such as courses to help better manage their properties and lead safety, provides free and low cost publications and forms to help them manage relationships with tenants. Schedules …

Legal Services - Program
Legal Assistance of Western New York, Inc. - Rochester Office

1 W Main Street
Suite 400
Rochester, NY

Provides Legal Services for Housing Issues such as: Evictions Terminations from Rochester Public Housing,Section 8 Subsidized housing issues Landlord problems Discrimination in renting Accommodation of disabled individuals (e.g.,ramp or therapeutic animal)  Employment  Rights and Rights of Persons with Criminal Records including: Employment Discrimination Employment Clearance for Background Checks by Public Agencies  …

Legal Services - Program
Empire Justice Center

One W Main Street, Suite 200
Telesca Center for Justice
Rochester, NY

Offers free civil legal services to low-income residents: Education Law Employment discrimination Foreclosure prevention Health care access Health care insurance Medicaid (for clients outside of the LawNY coverage area) Social Security Law & SSI/SSD Wage theft LGBT Civil Rights/Discrimination  Disability Law/ADA Enforcement

Legal Services - Program
Legal Assistance of Western New York, Inc. - Geneva Office

361 S Main Street
Geneva, NY

Provides legal services and counseling for civil matters to low income people. Legal education and information Family Law, Child support and visitation information Nutritional Outreach and Education Program Education Law Advocacy SSI Denials Unemployment Insurance Benefits Denials Fair Housing Enforcement  Housing assistance to veterans and their families in imminent housing crisis. Provides legal information to people who are homeless, at risk of losing their housing, or have a public …

Auburn Human Rights Commission - Program
Auburn Human Rights Commission

17 William Street
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Auburn, NY

Investigates alleged discrimination in employment, education, housing, religion and public accommodation. Provides referrals for free legal service provided part-time for housing, food stamps, social services issues only. Designs and presents public education programs. 

HIPAA Program - Program
United States Department of Health and Human Services/HIPAA

Office for Civil Rights, 26 Federal Plaza, Suite 3312
New York, NY

Investigates complaints about HIPAA and Civil Rights violations. Website contains comprehensive information and links to additional resources

CNY Fair Housing - Program
CNY Fair Housing

731 James Street
Suite 200
Syracuse, NY

Investigates claims of housing discrimination. Counsels individuals about their rights under local, state and federal fair housing laws. Advocates for the rights of individuals who have been illegally discriminated against through mediation or by filing cases in federal, state or local court and/or with HUD. Provides training for non-profit organizations, real estate agents and other housing industry professionals. Designs and conducts self-monitoring programs for real estate, banking and …

Discrimination Assistance - Program
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

PO Box 964
Auburn, NY

Advocates and works to ensure political, social, educational, and economic equality, and to eliminate racial discrimination for all people.

Discrimination Assistance - Syracuse Office - Program
New York State Executive Department, Division of Human Rights

333 E Washington Street, Room 543
Syracuse, NY

Provides investigation and mediation services for those who feel they have been discriminated on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, physical disability, visual disability, psychiatric mental disability, marital status, age, sex, arrest or conviction, familial status, genetic predisposition, carrier status, sexual preference, military status, domestic violence victims,sexual harassment and pregnancy discrimination. Provides enforcement of State and Federal laws against …

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