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Guidance and Counseling

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Academic Counseling

Liberty Partnerships Program - Program
Monroe Community College

321 State Street
Suite 300
Rochester, NY

Provides academic tutoring and support services for at risk youth in grades 7-12. Academic enrichment services (tutoring and support) Life skills strategies  College and Career exploration Community Service opportunities Social and cultural experiences Workshops for parents

Monroe Community College Upward Bound - Program
Monroe Community College

321 State Street
Suite 330
Rochester, NY

Provides academic counseling and services to help Rochester City School District graduate: Tutoring SAT and ACT preparation classes. Academic and empowerment workshops. Assistance with college applications.

Vision Rehabilitation Services - Program
Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired

422/500 S Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY

Offers vision rehabilitation services for individuals with vision that includes: Low Vision Evaluations - specialized lenses, visual aids, magnifiers. Optical Shop – full service store, frames, magnifiers, lighting InSight Shop – full service non-optical store, offering adaptive devices, visual aids, talking watches & clocks, cooking aids, large print items and adapted toys for sale. Vision Rehabilitation/adaptive skills training for activities of daily living. Orientation and mobility …

Vision Rehabilitation Services - Program
Goodwill of the Finger Lakes

422/500 S Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY

Offers vision rehabilitation services for individuals living with vision loss that includes: Low Vision Evaluations Vision Rehabilitation training for activities of daily living Orientation and mobility travel training Social work/case management services Provides children's services that include: Monthly recreation programs for children who are legally blind and their families Parent support/education group/Family Resource Center.

College/University Entrance Support

Center for Disability and Education - Program
Center for Disability and Education

500 Joseph C Wilson Blvd
Rochester, NY

Provides individuals with all types of disabilities and their families with information, navigation assistance, and linkages to resources. Provides college access information and assistance for students with developmental disabilities.  Works with local agencies, school districts, and colleges on disability issues.

Family and Individual Support Services - Program
Catholic Charities of Wayne County

180 E Union Street
Newark, NY

Provides services and programs to the residents of the area served including: College Bound - program for high school aged youth to support and encourage applying to and attending college. Community Outreach - Information and referral program to services that assist in achieving self-sufficiency. Childhood counseling and Intervention program Family preservation program - Improves family and school functioning to prevent out of home placement for at risk youth. Individual, couple, family …

On Point for College - Program
On Point for College

488 W Onondaga Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides a college access and success program which helps low-income and first-generation college students enroll and stay in college. Services include support with college and financial aid applications, advisement, limited financial assistance, transportation to and from college, and provision of college supplies. Provides a jobs program for participants of the On Point for College program that assists students in getting summer internship or permanent jobs.

Higher Education Awareness/Support Programs

Veterans Integration to Academic Leadership - Program
United States Veterans Administration Medical Center Canandaigua

400 Fort Hill Avenue
Canandaigua, NY

Provides military veterans with resources, support, and advocacy in higher education services including:  Obtaining help and resources within the VA and its affiliates Obtaining and using assistive technology devices Support with development of student Veteran peer groups Treatment for PTSD, depression, anger, anxiety, adjustment, and sleep problems Help with enrollment and care at the Canandaigua VA

School Placement Services

Student Equity and Placement - Program
Rochester City School District

131 W Broad Street
Rochester, NY

Oversees the registration and placement of new students annually. The objectives of this office is to provide services to all families who need to transition their children from one school to another, or one program to another.  Placement staff will assist parents with every step of the registration process. They can also provide parents with information about the schools available to their children to help them make an informed choice.

422 South Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY 14620

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