Peer Support - Program
25 W Steuben Street
Provides peer support advocacy, information and referral, educational, support groups with childcare to parents/guardians raising a child with emotional, behavioral, mental, and/or developmental challenges.
Vision Rehabilitation Services - Program
Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
422/500 S Clinton Avenue
Offers vision rehabilitation services for individuals with vision that includes: Low Vision Evaluations - specialized lenses, visual aids, magnifiers. Optical Shop – full service store, frames, magnifiers, lighting InSight Shop – full service non-optical store, offering adaptive devices, visual aids, talking watches & clocks, cooking aids, large print items and adapted toys for sale. Vision Rehabilitation/adaptive skills training for activities of daily living. Orientation and mobility …
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 …
Adult Protective Case Management Program - Program
Catholic Family Center
87 N Clinton Avenue
Provides case management, representative payee, trustee and guardianship services and legal consultation to county Adult Protective, Intensive Case Management, Veteran's Administration and private pay individuals. Offers short term assistance, advice and consultation to adults facing disability and their caregivers.
Group Homes - Program
Villa of Hope
1099 Jay Street
Offers Group homes and an independent living program. Community living with 24 hour staff supervision. Therapy and goal setting. Homes in Monroe and Wayne Counties. Offers Community Residence. Structured, supervised community living situation. Offers Independent Living Program. Apartment setting. Case management. 24 hour access to staff. Offers Teen Mother and Infant/Toddler Program. Group home setting for teenage mothers. Individual and parenting skill development.
Education and Youth Services Program - Program
Urban League of Rochester New York
265 North Clinton Avenue
Provides Recognition, assistance and incentives for college-bound high school students through the Black Scholars program. Offers an afterschool and summer program that provides academic enrichment for middle school students through the Urban League Afterschool Academy. Provides college access programs that meets afterschool and on Saturdays for high-achieving African American high school students through Project Ready.
Direct Support Services - Program
Lakeview Health Services
600 W Washington Street
Offers a broad array of services which include: Treatment Residential: Community residences Supportive apartment programs Single room occupancy (SRO) Crisis Respite Supported housing Transitional housing Children and Youth Care management Adult Health home care management Forensic case management Outreach and non-medicaid case management Recovery support services for individuals recovering from both mental health and substance use disorders
Children and Youth Clinical Services Program - Program
Wayne Behavioral Health Network
1519 Nye Road
Provides an outpatient community mental health clinic treatment services for children and youth that includes: Intake Assessment & evaluation Case management, supportive and intensive Crisis Services Individual, group and family therapies Skill building interventions for symptom management Referrals as indicated Satellite clinics in all Wayne County school districts. Child Psychiatric Services