Case Management Program

thru: Deaf Refugee Advocacy, Inc.

Helps with many things, such as:
  • Talking with you and setting goals. 
  • Money help, like SNAP, rental aid, and Social Security. 
  • Training for jobs and finding jobs. 
  • Health care, like Medicaid, and finding doctors. 
  • Helping with housing, like finding a home and talking to landlords. 
  • Becoming a US citizen. 
  • Legal help, like going to court and talking to lawyers. 
  • Help for feeling better and happier. 
  • Helping read and understand important papers. 

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Eligibility: Deaf refugees, asylum-seekers, immigrants, and those from US territories and family members.

Application Process: Walk in, call, or visit website for more information. To guarantee availability, make an appointment.

Required Documentation: All papers relevant to status in this country such as: ID, Social Security number, Visa, etc.

Fees: No fee for services.

Coverage Note: Monroe County.

Cultural Competency: Staff reflects population served

Languages: American Sign Language- Staff provides service in language offered, Staff provides in-person interpreter, Materials/literature in language indicated


This program is offered here:

Deaf Refugee Advocacy, Inc.

Map Marker 1
260 E Main Street
Suite 3500
Rochester NY 14604
(Video Phone)
M-F 9:00AM-5:00PM.


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