The Fan Club - Program
Lifespan of Greater Rochester
1900 S Clinton Avenue
Provides free fans for people ages 55 and older, or those who are younger with a disability, who do not have air conditioning. Service is a partnership between the Fan Club, Lifespan, and other agencies.
Aging Services - Program
Jewish Family Service of Rochester
441 East Avenue
Provides case management, assistance with Social Security and SSI 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.
Pittsford Youth Services, Inc. - Program
Pittsford Youth Services, Inc.
4 S 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.
Behavioral Health Integrated Clinic - Program
Villa of Hope
1099 Jay Street
Provides assessment, individual, group, and family therapy as well as medication management, medication assisted treatment for opioid use disorders, psychiatric evaluations, psychological testing, and comprehensive nursing assessments. Provides a trauma informed admission assessment to quickly determine an initial service plan to ensure appropriate services. Assists with walk-in same day provisions for MAT (suboxone/buprenorphine)
Outpatient Services - Program
556 S Clinton Avenue
Provides outpatient treatment for substance abuse and chemical dependency. Crisis intervention Co-occurring disorders Family program Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Adolescent treatment therapy DMV evaluations Specialized gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) program
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 …
Metrocouncil for Teen Potential Program - Program
Baden Street Settlement
548 Joseph Avenue
Offers a coalition of youth-serving organizations that promote youth development and youth health in the City’s highest-need neighborhoods. MCTP supports 35 member agencies, schools and health centers to implement strength-based and evidence-based approaches to ensure youth success and to prevent teen pregnancy and substance abuse.