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Equal Rights for Fathers of New York State, Inc. Rochester Region - Program
Equal Rights for Fathers of New York State, Inc. Rochester Region

PO Box 24487
Rochester, NY

Provides peer support, counseling, education and advocacy pertaining to the rights of fathers non-custodial and custodial. Mothers, grandparents and significant others are also welcome Offers informational seminars that assist in:. Working to establish shared parenting as the preferred post divorce arrangement Working to establish equitable guidelines for meeting the financial needs of children Directs parents in the right direction, for the best interests of the children and for an more …

Family Support Services - Program
Mental Health Association of Rochester/ Monroe County

320 N Goodman Street
Rochester, NY

Offers supports and services for families with children who have emotional and behavioral challenges such as: Certified Family Peer Advocates Support groups for teens, parents Telephone support Child care offered at support group meetings Provides parent education on the different types of mental health issues.

Second Chance - Support Group for Young Mothers - Program
Trinity Emmanuel Presbyterian Church

9 Shelter Street
Rochester, NY

Offers a peer support group for young mothers around the topics of self-esteem, healthy relationships, and accessing needed services. Provides child care and lunch for group participants.

Teenage Parent Support Services (TAPSS) Program - Program
Society for the Protection and Care of Children

148 S Fitzhugh Street
Rochester, NY

Provides comprehensive, long term case management and counseling services to teen-age parents and their children services include: Home visiting. Parenting education. Employment services. Education support. Peer support groups.

Community Support Services Program - Program
Wayne ARC

150 Van Buren Street
Newark, NY

Offers individualized services to persons who are disabled such as: Homemaker skill training Parent support group Family crisis program Adult and children's respite Respite transportation Children's day camp, games, sports, supervised exercise After school wellness program Community Habilitation - providing in home assistance with chores, hygiene, cooking and budgeting. Financial Reimbursement for families to assist with costs of caring for a family member Behavior …

Parenting Education Program - Program
Wayne County Action Program, Inc.

94 Exchange Street
Geneva, NY

Provides group, in-home and wrap-around parenting support, education and information for any guardian experiencing stress and frustration in raising children. Offers a Parenting series for families with custody and other problems through research based programs.

Cayuga County Single Parenting Program and Parent Support - Program
Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes

134 Genesee Street
Auburn, NY

Offers maternity and early childhood program that includes: Casework and counseling services addressing the needs of pregnant, and/or parenting women, and parenting men through direct service, advocacy, workshops, community networking, and referral.

Mid-State Early Childhood Direction Center - Program
Mid-State Early Childhood Direction Center

Syracuse University
370 Huntington Hall
Syracuse, NY

Provides consultation and support for the inclusion of children with special needs birth through 5 years of age in community-based programs. Provides information and up-to-date resources to address questions about early childhood development, behavior, and specific disabilities. Offers training and workshops and technical assistance for child care providers and families. Provides follow-up for families until children are in Kindergarten.

Parent Eduction Program - Program
Family Resource Centers of Hillside Children's Center, Southwest Family Resource

89 Genesee Street, Second Floor
Bishop Kearney Building
Rochester, NY

Offers a neighborhood-based family center serving families with young children that includes: Parent education groups. Childcare provided during parent groups. Skip Generations/Grandparents and Kinship Caregivers raising relative children Fatherhood Program Parents as Teachers Parents as Advocates

Parents as Teachers Program - Program
Family Resource Centers of Hillside Children's Center, Southwest Family Resource

89 Genesee Street, Second Floor
Bishop Kearney Building
Rochester, NY

Provides personal visits to parents prenatally as well as after birth, and their children, and in-home child care providers. Provides information regarding child development, relationship-building concepts and encouragement to care providers of young children, parenting group connections. Developmental screening and linkages to community resources to support families in meeting their goals.  Preparation for ongoing support of child's social and academic development and success in school.

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