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Food Pantry - Program
Community Food Cupboard of Rochester

11 Nester Street
Rochester, NY

Provides food for those in need in emergency situations.  Facilitates a monthly emergency food program for older adults. Provides information and referral for other services to assist low income individuals and families. Accepts food and cash donations. 

SWEM Community Services - Program
SWEM Community Services, Inc

Provides an emergency food cupboard. Food is pre-packaged No fresh food provided. Based on planned menus. Groceries are to be picked up. Offers a Senior Basket Program that provides: Senior citizen subsistence grocery supplements on a regular monthly basis. Groceries are delivered. Offers referrals to other food cupboards for people living outside SWEM area. Offers budget counseling.

Growing Up Healthy Hotline Program - Program
New York State Department of Health

Corning Tower
Empire State Plaza
Albany, NY

Offers a maternal and child health information line in which information can be obtained about health care, nutrition and other health and human services.  Information can be obtained from the hotline on: Asthma Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Children with Special Health Care Needs, Resource Directory Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Child Health Plus Program (CHPlus) Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) Domestic …

Library - Program
Town of Parma

7 West Avenue
Hilton, NY

Provides library services: Renewal by phone of borrowed books.Computers and computer instruction for public use.Story hours for children.Film programs.Drop off point for donations to the Hilton Food Shelf.

Greater Rochester Celiac Support Group - Program
Greater Rochester Celiac Support Group

Fairport, NY

Offers guidance and support to people who must follow the gluten free diet and their families. Educational information Share specific food items Where to find gluten free food and recipes Peer counseling Youth Group Social activities Newcomers Meetings

NEDA Helpline - Program
National Eating Disorders Association

1500 Broadway, Suite 1801
New York, NY

Provides information and treatment options to individuals who are suffering from eating disorders and their families.

Faith in Action Network - Program
Faith in Action Network

2 Riverside Street
Rochester, NY

Provides leadership, networking, training and resources for "Grass Roots" ministries and community organizations. No emergency services No direct service Contact religious clergy, social ministry groups and associations, chaplains, hospice services Where to find churches, denominational offices, neighborhood food cupboards Offers programs and task forces to promote better understanding among different faiths. 

CSP/U.S. Food and Drug Administration - Program
CSP/U.S. Food and Drug Administration

10903 New Hampshire Avenue
Silver Spring, MD

Offers an online resource that allows you to find the phone number and location of mammography facilities within NYS.

Foodlink - Program

1999 Mount Read Boulevard
Rochester, NY

Does not provide direct food assistance or services for individuals. Not an emergency food pantry or soup kitchen. Distributes donated and purchased food and other items to member charitable organizations serving the needy, children, seniors, and ill. Offers Backpack program - provides children in need with bags of nutritious food they can take home and  prepare on their own. Provides Food Safety Training. Provides Nutrition Education - classes to individuals and families throughout service …

Information and Referral Services - Program
2-1-1 Mid-York

201 Lafayette Street, Suite 201
United Way of the Valley and Greater Utica Area, Inc.
Utica, NY

Offers comprehensive information and referral to community human services. Maintains an updated and comprehensive community resource database (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 Alliance of Information & Referral Systems. Offers www.211midyork.org that provides search-friendly access to the 2-1-1 Mid-York …

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