Critical Financial Assistance - Program
21 Franklin Street
Assists military families coping with deployment and injury recovery as they struggle with devastating budget issues. Critical financial assistance is provided for the following services: Auto payment Auto Repair Child & dependent care Dental Food assistance Essential home items Medical Moving & relocation Rent & Mortgage Travel & Transportation Utilities Vision Care Home Repairs
Emergency Payment Services - Program
Catholic Charities of Livingston County
34 E State Street
Mount Morris, NY
*Provide direct assistance to low-income individuals and families by providing case management services through a series of assessments. Assistance based on need and includes rent, security deposit, utilities (such as gas, electric, and heating), personal hygiene items, furniture, gasoline for employment related services. Provides information and referrals to the appropriate resources or agencies.
Emergency Services & Family Stabilization Program - Program
Southwest Area Neighborhood Association
10 Cady Street
Provides individual living skills. Referrals to counseling, treatment programs and other community services. On-site outreach services by other community organizations. Provides food pantry referrals. Offers eviction/rent assistance. Provides utility gas and electric bill payment assistance. Provides assistance with filling out DHS, SSI, SSD applications. Provides updated housing list for apartments. Offers a clothing closet. Provides assistance with transportation, daily bus pass.
Emergency Services - Program
Community Action Programs Cayuga/Seneca
89 York Street
Offers support services and programs to families in need such as: Homeless Intervention and Case Management Supportive Housing Program for Adults Car Seat Distribution Health insurance access Personal Care pantry HEAP enrollment Rapid Re-Housing of Homeless Families Kinship Care Program Kinship Care Support Group Medicaid Transportation Program
Emergency Services - Program
4075 Ridge Road
Provides one-time emergency needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers who may not be eligible for other emergency services. Services include: Nutritional assistance, emergency shelter, first month rental assistance, rent in arrears assistance, mortgage assistance and utilities in arrears assistance.
Financial Assistance - Program
Catholic Family Center
539 Joseph Avenue
Provides rental arrears ("back rent") assistance for individuals with “Pay or quit” or eviction notices. Provides utility assistance, including RGE electricity and gas assistance, for individuals who have received shut off notices. Provides emergency rental apartment security deposit assistance. Application Process: All Applications are subject to fund availability, final review, and approval. Clients may request an appointment during walk-ins or over the phone. More documents may be …
HEAP Certification - Program
150 Van Buren Street
Serves as an Alternate Certifier for HEAP applications in Wayne County processing all HEAP applications for people over 60 years of age or who are permanently disabled. HEAP is a one-time per season grant that assists persons with low incomes help to pay a portion of their heating bills.