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Legal Services - Program
Legal Assistance of Western New York, Inc. - Rochester Office

1 W Main Street
Suite 400
Rochester, NY

Provides Legal Services for Housing Issues such as: Evictions Terminations from Rochester Public Housing,Section 8 Subsidized housing issues Landlord problems Discrimination in renting Accommodation of disabled individuals (e.g.,ramp or therapeutic animal)  Employment  Rights and Rights of Persons with Criminal Records including: Employment Discrimination Employment Clearance for Background Checks by Public Agencies Certificates of Relief from Disability/Certificates of Good …

Maternal and Child Health Program - Program
Cayuga County Health Department

8 Dill Street
Auburn, NY

Provides education on pregnancy, nutrition, labor, delivery, infant care, growth and development, breastfeeding, etc. Case management Locating a physician Accessing Medicaid, WIC, other services

myBenefits - Program
New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance

Provides an online tool for New York State residents where they can check their eligibility for multiple human service benefit programs and apply online for SNAP and HEAP.

New York State Division of Veterans' Affairs - Program
New York State Division of Veterans' Affairs

447 South Avenue
Veterans' Resource Center
Rochester, NY

Provides Veterans' benefits advocacy and assistance. Offers counseling on veteran benefit problems.

Ontario County Veterans Service Agency - Program
Ontario County Veterans Service Agency

3010 County Complex Drive
Canandaigua, NY

Assist with applying for veterans benefits from local, state, and federal agencies such as:  Burial benefits Education benefits Non-service connected pension Medals and Awards Medical Benefits Misplaced military documents Service connected compensation VA home loans Pensions Widows' death pension Service connected pension Non-service connected pension

Rapid Engagement Delivery Project - Program
Monroe County Office of Mental Health

80 W Main Street, 4th Floor
Rochester, NY

Assists individuals who have difficulty obtaining public assistance (DHS) due to mental health and/ or substance abuse issues. Individuals must have been denied, closed and/or used emergency housing in the past 12 months a specific amount of times. 

Resource Connections - Program
Mental Health Association of Rochester/ Monroe County

320 N Goodman Street
Rochester, NY

Helps those with mental health issues access basic needs, navigate the social services system, and connect to eligible benefits.

Starbridge - Program
Starbridge

1650 South Avenue
Suite 200
Rochester, NY

Provides an array of services that include the following: Education: Works with students of all ages, families and educators to strengthen students’ skills and improve educational outcomes. Provides workshops, information and resources to children and families navigating general and special education systems Employment: Offers ways to develop or increase skills, search for jobs, and succeed on the job Fiscal Intermediary: Supports individuals who have a self-directed budget to pay …

Strengthening Working Families Initiative - Program
Rochester Rehabilitation Center

1357 University Avenue
Rochester, NY

Offers a program in partnership with area employers, businesses, and community organizations to create access to educational and training institutions and support career advancement in high-demand industries for parents with dependent children at home. Services Available include: Family-Based Service Navigation Linkages to Affordable and Safe Child Care Financial Assistance for Short-term Child Care Stipends Career Planning and Vocational Assessments Support Services and Connections to …

Unemployment and Paid Leave Legal Help Line - Program
Empire Justice Center

One W Main Street
Suite 200, Telesca Center for Justice
Rochester, NY

Provides legal assistance for people in New York who are seeking Emergency Paid Sick and Family and Medical Leave, particularly those who have lost their job during the COVID-19 crisis. Attorneys will provide legal advice and counsel regarding the New York State Unemployment Insurance program, which has been recently modified and dramatically expanded to help people who are unable to work or who lost their jobs as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Attorneys will also provide legal help …

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