Access to Benefits - Program
National Council on Aging
251 18th Street S
Provides referral services to local agencies providing assistance with prescription medication savings and other age related services. Offers an online benefits check up that helps find state, federal, and private benefits programs available where you live. These benefits programs can help pay for prescriptions, health care, food, utilities.
Aging and Adult Services Program - Program
Catholic Family Center
87 N Clinton Avenue
Provides individual and family support services for older adults that include: Telephone information and assistance. Geriatric wellness screening. Case management. Benefits advocacy. Caregiver training. Nutrition centers. Offers money management for older adults. Provides assessment and treatment for homebound older adults experiencing anxiety and/or depressive symptoms, in home counseling available, up to six sessions and maybe matched with volunteer coach to support independence and …
Aging Services - Program
Jewish Family Service of Rochester
255 East Avenue
Provides case management, assistance with Medicaid, SSI, SSD, SNAP, HEAP, section 8 etc. applications, caregiver support, housing transition assistance and culturally sensitive home health care through the Passport Senior Services program. Offers a volunteer phone call program for the homebound elderly. Provides a national information and referral service for family members seeking to arrange care for elderly relatives living elsewhere through the Elder Support Network.
Calkins VA Clinic - Program
Department of Veterans Affairs
260 Calkins Road
Provides outpatient medical and community mental health clinic for veterans. Primary Care Pharmacy Podiatry Respiratory/Sleep Psychiatry Eye Care Radiology Cardiology Dental Laboratory Prosthetic Home Based Primary Care Audiology/Speech Pathology Dermatology Women's Health
Care Management - Program
259 Monroe Avenue
Provides care management and support services including: Meet your personal health goals and outcomes Coordinate transportation to medical visits Understand your medical needs, even if they are complex, and connect you to the care you need Provide insurance assistance (ACA Marketplace, ADAP, private insurance, Medicaid and Medicaid spend-down, Medicare Part D) Attend medical appointments and pharmacy visits for medication follow-up Find primary care and other kinds of medical care Coordinate …
Eldersource Care Management Services - Program
Lifespan of Greater Rochester
1900 S Clinton Avenue
Provides information and guidance for older adults and/or caregivers regarding eldercare. Triage to all other community services and programs for older adults. Care management, short and long term. Comprehensive in-home assessment. Care plan development, implementation, monitoring, links consumers to many services in the community. Transportation access for older adults (TRAC), assists in arranging transportation for older adults. Assistance with decisions about housing options …
Emergency Family Services - Program
Charles Settlement House
Provides assistance to individuals and families to work towards self-sufficiency. Crisis intervention to assist with food, shelter, children's clothing and related needs Food pantry Children's clothing closet - newborns to size 12. Assistance applying for DHS assistance Assistance applying for Social Security assistance Diapers Housing issues
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.
Fair Hearing - Program
New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance
Assistance with fair hearings for those who have been denied benefits. A Fair Hearing is a chance for benefits applicants to tell an Administrative Law Judge (from the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of Administrative Hearings) why they think a decision about their case made by a local social services agency is wrong.