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South East Area Coalition

South East Area Coalition promotes quality of life within Rochester's south east area by connecting individuals and community partners to essential resources. 

1255 University Avenue
C010 Lower Level
Rochester, NY

Tool Shed @ South East Area Coalition

Provided access to tools to any resident, bussines, or organozation in the Grater Rochester Area. Offers assistance to community groups looking to engage in clean sweeps, neighborhood beatifucation projects, etc. 

1255 University Avenue
CC10 (Lower Level)
Rochester, NY

National Parent Helpline

National Parent Helpline® provides free emotional support by phone to enhance well-being and build resiliency by compassionate and trained Helpline Counselors and provide a safe space to discuss any parenting concern

250 West First Street
Suite 250
Claremont, CA

www.nationalparenthelpline.org

National Parent Helpline

 Provides emotional support and resources to parents and caregivers.

CASA-TRINITY Inc.

CASA-TRINITY Inc. provides prevention, education, treatment, referral, and recovery services to individuals, families and communities affected by alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

4612 Millennium Drive
Geneseo, NY

casa-trinity.org

Medication Drop Boxes @ CASA-Trinity Prevention Livingston County

Promotes the message of monitor, secure, and dispose of unwanted/unused and expired medication safely in Livingston county at this locations: Livingston county Sheriff's office. Caledonia Police Department. Dsnasville Police Department. Nunda, Livonia, and Lima Village Pharmacies. SUNY Geneseo MacVittie College Union.

University of Rochester Medical Center

Strong Hospital offers a wide range of hospital services and specialty centers.

601 Elmwood Avenue
Rochester, NY

www.urmc.rochester.edu/strong-memorial.aspx

INTERCEPT @ Strong INTERCEPT

Adress new and distressing symptoms of mental health in their early stages for young people, it offers opportunities yo help prevent progression to more serious confitions. Helps young people to ideantify, monitor, and manage changes in behavior and meantal health. Can include: Individual therapy. Group therapy. Problem solving. Social Skills training. Goal planning. Safety planning. Psycho-education. Relapse prevention. Treatment for substance abuse. Involvement of the family. Medication as needed. Assistance with difficulties in school or at work. Other interventions as needed, including sleep, nutrition, and excercise.

2613 West Henrietta Road
Suite E
Rochester,

CASA-TRINITY Inc.

CASA-TRINITY Inc. provides prevention, education, treatment, referral, and recovery services to individuals, families and communities affected by alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

4612 Millennium Drive
Geneseo, NY

casa-trinity.org

Preventive services. @ CASA-Trinity Prevention Livingston County

Provides Preventive services through. Parenting services for adult caregivers, age 18 years and older: Active Parenting Program. Parenting Inside and Out (PIO). Positive Parenting Program (Triple P). PAX tools, evidence-based, trauma-informed strategies to improve cooperation and self-regulation with youth. Children and youth prevention/intervention services: Bounce back, focuses on social problem solving, psychoeducation, and relaxation, while adding additional components for children grade K-5. Boy’s council, a strengths-based group approach to promote boys and young men safe and healthy passage through pre-teen and adolescent years for adolescent grades 6-12. Girls Circle, helps adolescent girls deal with a variety of issues that include bullying, the pressures of social media, early puberty, gender exploration and binge drinking. SPORT, single-session substance use prevention program, includes physical activity, sports participation, and practicing stress control. Support for Students Exposed to Trauma, 10-session intervention for youth who have been exposed to traumatic events and are suffering from symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder for adolescent’s grade 6-12. Teen Intervene, a brief early interventions for teens who display the initial stages of alcohol or substance use involvement, for adolescent’s grades 6-12. Vape Intervention, students explore motivations for using e-cigs, gain knowledge about the risks of vaping nicotine or other substances. Adult services: Empowered Health Consciousness, teaches the keys to thriving and empower people to recognize unhealthy behaviors before they accumulate.  Ripple Effect of Thriving, group sessions for adults to help develop skills to recognize and act on the importance of support and interconnections between themselves, others, workplace, and community. Resilience and Thriving, offers resilience skills and go from coping to thriving for adult caregivers 18 years and older.

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