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292-BABY - Program
Monroe Community College

228 E Main Street
Damon City Campus
Rochester, NY

Provides telephone information and referral for any non-emergency question related to a baby's health, development or day care. Provides a Cable TV program that addresses different developmental stages and it's available on channel 4. Website access of over 100+ educational videos

Crime Prevention and Victim Services - Program
National Association for Shoplifting Prevention

225 Broadhollow, Suite 400E
Melville, NY

Provides anonymous help and education programs that can be taken either online or through the mail with CD's and workbooks. Provides referrals for shoplifting therapy / counseling and for groups to assist with recovery.

Crisis Intervention and Hotline Services - Program
Military OneSource

Provides resources for military members, spouses and families on nearly every aspect of military life: Deployment Reunion Relationship Grief Spouse employment and education Parenting and childhood Offers confidential counseling sessions over the phone, online chat, or face to face.

Crisis Intervention and Hotline Services - Program
Project Cuddle

*Provides support and information through their confidential crisis hotline for pregnant women who are hiding their pregnancy and need assistance with alternatives to reduce the rate of infant abandonment. Coordinates a plan with woman who feel helpless and alone during an unplanned/unwanted pregnancy, many of whom are close to their due date and have no plans for once the baby is born. Connects women with emotional support, baby supplies, parenting classes, shelter, medical care, employment, …

Domestic Violence Program - Program
Chances and Changes, Inc.

Geneseo, NY

Temporary shelter assistance is currently SUSPENDED due to staffing situation during COVID-19. However, they are still assisting individuals with all non-residential services remotely.

Offers crisis counseling for all victims of domestic violence. Hotlines for victims, concerned family, friends and the general community in domestic violence situations or know someone who is. Rape crisis services. Offers a shelter for battered women and their children. No maximum number of children that may be brought into the shelter. If number exceeds beds available, other arrangements will be made. Sanctions may be applicable through DSS. Collect calls accepted. Provides advocacy for …

Information and Referral Services - Program
Postpartum Resource Center of New York

109 Udall Road
West Islip, NY

Provides information and support for parents and parents-to-be experiencing depression and anxiety during pregnancy and postpartum depression/psychosis, as wel as to their families. On-line State-wide Perinatal Mood Disorders Resource Directory Training for healthcare providers and volunteers Peer telephone support from Moms on Call and family telephone support Health care information Referrals to support groups

Lollypop Farm Program - Program
Lollypop Farm Humane Society of Greater Rochester

99 Victor Road
Fairport, NY

Offers shelter and placement service for homeless and stray animals. Offers low cost spay/neuter services of owned dogs and cats to low-income and qualified individuals. Provides temporary care (30 days) of animals for qualifying pet owners. Pet owners receiving support/social services, or leaving a domestic violence situation, veteran or active military duty, victim of house-fire or other disaster and working with the Red Cross. Offers a variety of humane education programs that include …

Mental Health Support and Education - Program
National Alliance on Mental Illness Rochester

320 N Goodman Street
Suite 102
Rochester, NY

Office is closed due to pandemic.

Provides educational and support programs for the individual living with mental illness and family members. These include: Support groups Classes and workshops Helpline Provides information about the service delivery system, legislation and community programs and resources.  Offers education in the community presented by individuals and family members with the lived experience of mental illness/health.  Offers special annual events.

National Cancer Institute's Cancer Information Service - Program
National Cancer Institute's Cancer Information Service

BG 9609 MSC 9760
9609 Medical Center Drive
Bethesda, MD

Provides information on cancer that is easy to understand. Information specialists provide personalized responses to a range of cancer questions, including:cancer research and clinical trialscancer preventionrisk factorssymptomsearly detectiondiagnosistreatmentliving with cancerquitting smoking

Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York - Program
Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York

1120 E Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides sexuality and reproduction information, support services, medical services. Services vary by site, but include: Annual Preventative Visits (Pap) Birth Control Breast Exams​ Colposcopy (offered at some sites) Condoms (free) Emergency Contraception Gender Affirming Hormone Care HIV Testing, Counseling and Education HPV Vaccine Insurance Enrollment Language Services (available at every site) Medication and In-Clinic Abortion Pregnancy Testing and Options Counseling​ PrEP​ Smoking …

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