Family and Individual Support Services - Program
100 College Avenue
Provides support groups and services for young adults and youth. Provides social events. Provides youth programming and parent support. Plans, facilitates and coordinates Rochester Pride. Offers workshops and adult education classes. Offers a lending library. Offers a Cybercenter that provides internet/computer lab and a online resource directory. Offers SafeZone Trainings and SafeZone Train-the-Trainer Certification Program.
Home Health Care and Hospice Services - Program
3111 Winton Road S
Provides coordination of in-home health care services and support services to families under the supervision of own private physician. Home care coordinators in all area hospitals. Comprehensive nursing services. Rehabilitation/Habilitative - Occupational, physical, speech therapies. Certified hospice and palliative care. Home health care service to developmentally disabled. Social casework service. Mutual support groups for bereavement and caregivers. Volunteer opportunities.
Prevention Services and Mental Health First Aid - Program
835 W Main Street
Provides school-based prevention program. On-site in school counseling services for youth including: Assessments, referrals, individual and group counseling Age appropriate drug abuse prevention curricula Model violence prevention program Anti-bullying prevention programs that are designed to address bullying at the elementary school level, including social media and other concerns Offers training and professional development workshops and training. Provides Mental Health First Aid …
Pittsford Youth Services, Inc. - Program
Pittsford Youth Services, Inc.
4 South Main Street
Provides support services to youth and their families. Offers individual and family counseling. Provides parenting education and support. Offers workshops and trainings. Provides in school counseling at Sutherland and Mendon High Schools, Barker and Calkins Road Middle schools, all five elementary schools and St. Louis School.
211/LIFE LINE - Program
Goodwill of the Finger Lakes
422/500 S Clinton Avenue
Offers crisis intervention and suicide hotline services. Offers comprehensive information and referral to community human services. Maintains an updated and comprehensive community resource database listing over 6400 agencies and programs (services listed include housing, food, shelter, mental health, substance abuse, employment, education, health related services, criminal justice and legal resources, and other family and community resources). Accredited by the American Association of …
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 …
Southwest Area Neighborhood Program - Program
Southwest Area Neighborhood Association
275 Dr. Samuel Mccree Way
Southwest Community Center
Offers a neighborhood multi-purpose center that includes the following services: Crime Prevention Program. Neighborhood Upkeep Program. Youth Services. Job search and preparation. Preventive programs. Conflict resolution. Drug and alcohol abuse. Community awareness. Educational programs. Youth counseling. Social and recreational activities. *Member of the Emergency Services and Family Stabilization Network.
Sexaholics Anonymous/SA - Program
Provides a twelve step program for those who want to stop their self-destructive, sexual behavior and helps members achieve sexual sobriety. Modeled after Alcoholics Anonymous, SA is a fellowship of men and women helping one another to recover from sexual addiction.
Health Services - Program
National Kidney Foundation Serving Upstate and Western New York
1344 University Avenue
Provides public education to increase early detection of kidney disorders. Professional education. End the Wait: Organ donor education, organ donor cards, living donor education. Provides outreach to African-American and Hispanic communities. Offers patient services like: Peer support group A one-to-one support system for pre-dialysis and pre-transplant patients. Kidney screenings. Renal diet literature. Social events. Offers local and national grants given for research on …