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.
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 …
Comprehensive Health Care and Counseling Services - Program
St. Joseph's Neighborhood Center
417 South Avenue
Provides primary health care services: Adult and pediatric medicine Physical therapy, dental, chiropractic Laboratory diagnostic testing (samples sent out) Women's medicine (Gynecology) Physical exams and work physicals Provides dental care. Preventative care Restorative care Offers outpatient mental health care. Individual, family and group counseling Services provided by volunteer professional health care/mental health providers Medication evaluations*Offers health insurance eligibility …
Mental Health Services - Program
Rochester Mental Health Center
490 E Ridge Road
Provides acute services for persons with mental health needs. Walk-in services Evaluation and assessment Group, individual, couple and family therapy Medication services Provides emergency services and crisis team services. Provides case management and intensive case management. Severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) population Mental illness chemical abuse (MICA) population Provides continuing day treatment program. Provides intensive psychiatric rehabilitation. Provides Turning …
Legal Services - Program
Volunteer Legal Services Project of Monroe County, Inc.
1 W Main Street
Telesca Center for Justice, 5th Floor
Provides civil legal services to low-income individuals. Family law. Domestic violence issues. Tort defense. Bankruptcy. Immigration. Unemployment insurance denial. Consumer problems. Real estate. Tax controversies. Assists with guardianship/custody of children, wills and health care proxies for parents who are HIV-positive.
Family Services Division - Stability, Education and Employment Services - Program
Ibero-American Action League, Inc.
777 Clifford Avenue
Provides case management, advocacy and referrals to other agencies for services for short-term basic needs. Offers assistance with filling out applications for the following: Housing, public assistance, social security, unemployment benefits. Verbal translations of non-legal documents Provides education and employment assistance: Resume and job search ESOL and High School Equivalency (HSE) classes Linkage to the Health Professional Opportunity Grant (HPOG) program Does NOT provide financial …
Veterans Services - Program
Veterans Outreach Center, Inc.
447 South Avenue
Provides benefit counseling services to all veterans and their families that includes: Applying for disability compensation. Establishing education benefits. Offers an employment resource center that aims to help veterans stabilize and re-enter the workforce assistance includes: Career counseling. Skills assessments. Specialized vocational workshops. Resume assistance. Job networking. Job readiness, life skills and occupational services. Computer literacy training. Assists veterans and …