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Critical Financial Assistance - Program
Operation Homefront

21 Franklin Street
Suite 2
Quincy, MA

Assists military families coping with deployment and injury recovery as they struggle with devastating budget issues. Critical financial assistance is provided for the following services: Auto payment Auto Repair Child & dependent care Dental Food assistance Essential home items Medical Moving & relocation Rent & Mortgage Travel & Transportation Utilities Vision Care Home Repairs

Housing Assistance - Program
Community Action Partnership for Madison County

1001 New Market Drive
Canastota, NY

Assists families who are homeless or at high risk of becoming homeless. Services include: Temporary rental assistance Utility assistance Temporary housing for homeless families Permanent housing for homeless families Budgeting and financial counseling Case management (home visits)

Temporary Assistance (TA) - Program
Madison County Department of Social Services

133 North Court Street
Building 1
Wampsville, NY

Offers temporary help for individuals and families in need while they work towards self sufficiency.Family Assistance (FA) provides money for families with children. Cash benefits are limited to five years in a recipient's lifetime. After five years, a Family Assistance case may continue to receive benefits if an adult is disabled and cannot work or may be required to apply for assistance through the Safety Net category.Safety Net Assistance (SNA) provides money for basic living expenses for …

Temporary Assistance - Program
Oneida County Department of Social Services

800 Park Avenue
Utica, NY

Offers temporary help for individuals and families in need while they work towards self sufficiency. Will assist with security deposit or first month's rent, but not both.Family Assistance (FA) provides money for families with children. Cash benefits are limited to five years in a recipient's lifetime. After five years, a Family Assistance recipient may continue to receive benefits if an adult is disabled and cannot work or may be required to apply for assistance through the Safety Net …

Case Management - Program
Central New York Veteran's Outreach Center

726 Washington Street
Utica, NY

Provides direct care coordination to veterans and their families in the areas of housing assistance, health care, and employment.

Temporary Assistance (TA) - Program
Herkimer County Department of Social Services

301 North Washington Street
Suite 2110
Herkimer, NY

Offers temporary help for individuals and families in need while they work towards self sufficiency. Will assist with security deposit or first month's rent, but not both. Coordinates shelter assists during and after business hours. Responsible for paying for and assisting in the scheduling of burials for residents of Herkimer County who die without funds or family to arrange and pay for a burial.Family Assistance (FA) provides money for families with children. Cash benefits are limited to …

Soldier On Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) - Agency

Assists veterans and their families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Provides in-home case management, referral services, and temporary financial assistance for housing.

Homeless Intervention - Program
Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency

38 Morgan Street
Ilion, NY

Assists families in situational poverty from becoming homeless by offering supportive services, assistance with rent and security deposits. 

Housing Department - Program
Mohawk Valley Latino Association

28 Scott Street
First Floor
Utica, NY

Provides referrals and general information regarding housing. Offers counseling regarding home ownership, negotiations between tenants/landlords and housing grievance complaints, eviction prevention, housing publications, assistance in obtaining rental subsidies, and housing court assistance. Rent assistance is available on a limited basis to individuals undergoing financial hardship. 

Temporary Services - Program
Community Action Partnership for Madison County

1001 New Market Drive
Canastota, NY

Provides assistance to families in need. Services include: Referral to community and government services Rent assistance Transportation related expense assistance Utility/Heat assistance

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