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Home Energy Assistance Program - Program
Herkimer County Department of Social Services

301 N Washington Street
Suite 2110
Herkimer, NY

Facilitates applications for financial assistance to low income individuals through the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), which offers various benefit components Regular benefit: assists low income individuals with the cost of heating their home.  Regular HEAP applications: Open November 12, 2019. Emergency benefit: assists low income individuals who are facing a heat or heat related energy emergency.  Open January 2, 2020. Heating equipment repair or replacement: assists low …

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 disaster, 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 …

Disaster Relief and Preparedness Services - Program
American Red Cross of Central and Northern New York

344 W Genesee Street
Suite 100
Syracuse, NY

Offers emergency disaster services. Shelter, food, clothing, disaster welfare inquiries. Emergency preparedness and response planning.  Family emergency/disaster training. Volunteer Opportunities.

Home Energy Assistance Program - Program
Oneida County Department of Social Services

800 Park Avenue
Utica, NY

Facilitates applications for financial assistance to low income individuals through the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), which offers various benefit components Regular benefit: assists low income individuals with the cost of heating their home.  Regular HEAP applications: Open November 12, 2019. Emergency benefit: assists low income individuals who are facing a heat or heat related energy emergency.  Open January 2, 2020. Heating equipment repair or replacement: assists low …

Home Energy Assistance Program - Program
Madison County Department of Social Services

133 N Court Street
Madison County Complex, Building 1

Facilitates applications for financial assistance to low income individuals through the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), which offers various benefit components Regular benefit: assists low income individuals with the cost of heating their home.  Regular HEAP applications: Open November 12, 2019. Emergency benefit: assists low income individuals who are facing a heat or heat related energy emergency.  Open January 2, 2020. Heating equipment repair or replacement: assists low …

Disaster Services - Program
Federal Emergency Management Agency

500 C Street SW, Room 316
Washington, DC

Provides disaster assistance which is financial or direct assistance to individuals and families whose property has been damaged or destroyed as a result of a federally-declared disaster, and whose losses are not covered by insurance. Provides disaster survivor resources. Offers disaster recovery centers where individuals or families can go to for information about FEMA or other programs. Offers a service in which individuals who have been denied assistance the ability to appeal the decision. …

DisasterAssistance.gov - Program
Federal Emergency Management Agency

500 C Street SW, Room 316
Washington, DC

Provides information on how individuals might be able to get help from U.S. Government before, during and after a disaster.

Disaster Relief Services - Program
American Red Cross National Headquarters

2025 E Street, NW
Washington, DC

Provides disaster relief services by offering shelter, food and supplies. Offers the Safe and Well program that allows anyone to let family and friends know that the individual is safe and well after a disaster.

Disaster Services - Program
New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services

1220 Washington Avenue
Building 7A Suite 710
Albany, NY

Provides helpline to aid residents and businesses on how to apply for financial help after a natural disaster. 

Cazenovia Service Unit - Program
Salvation Army of Madison County Service Units

PO Box 148
Syracuse, NY

Provides the following types of assistance to those in need: Emergency Disaster Relief Utility Assistance Rental Assistance Food Assistance Summer Camp for Kids Clothing Assistance Holiday Assistance Back-to-School Supplies Referral Services

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