Community Awareness - Information Services; Life Planning Services - Program
635 James Street
Provides assistance with the following through a independent living advocate: Applying for benefits such as HEAP, Food Stamps, Medicaid and keeping them. Locating an affordable and/or accessible apartment. Getting medical equipment needed at home or home access modifications. Getting assistance with home care, shopping and person care. Meeting basic needs such as food and shelter. Information and referral services. Provides assistance with the following through a independent living …
Housing Information and Referral Center - Program
Utica Municipal Housing Authority
509 Second Street
*Provides information, assistance, referral and support for individuals with issues relating to housing. Services include: Finding appropriate housing including providing listings of rental units Maintaining housing including assistance accessing home improvement programs Assistance completing subsidized housing applications Accessing rent assistance programs Eviction and foreclosure prevention (Does not provide legal advice) Locate emergency housing Understanding fair housing and …
Street Outreach - Program
310 Main Street
Provides connections to services and assistance with finding housing and accessing emergency services.
NYHousingSearch.gov - Agency
Provides a free online database that allows people to locate housing that meets their individual needs using a wide variety of criteria and special mapping features. Also provides online tools for renters, including an affordability calculator, rental checklist, and information about renter rights and responsibilities. Services provided online only; technical assistance is available through the call center.
NY Connects - Program
Resource Center for Independent Living, Inc.
131 Genesee Street
Provides information and assistanc on available long-term services and support to individuals. NY Connects Coordinations can provide assistance with: Housing. Caregiver supports. Home repairs and accesibility modifications. Behavioral health/developmental supports and services. Transportation. Supported employment. Applications to benefits including Medicaid, food options, emergency aler devices, child care and nutrition programs.
Housing Assistance - Program
Community Action Partnership for Madison County
1001 New Market Drive
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)