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Community Assistance - Program
Catholic Charities of Oneida/Madison County

1408 Genesee Street
Utica, NY

Provides assistance to individuals in need including: Food vouchers - Utica Office Only Food Pantry serves Rome area Personal hygiene items (shampoo, toothpaste, sanitary items, diapers) Utility assistance on limited basis excluding water/sewer bills Referrals to other providers Linkage to Social Services Department Prescription drug assistance for up to a one month supply depending on fund availability, currently available only in Madison County

WIC Program - Program
Community Action Partnership for Madison County

415 North Madison Street
Rome, NY

Provides supplemental nutrition, food, and nutrition education. Provides trained peer counselors to assist WIC mothers with breastfeeding questions through classes, home visits, support, education and information.

On Point for College - Program
On Point for College

500 Plant Street
Utica, NY

Provides a college access and success program which first-generation college students enroll and stay in college. Services include support with college and financial aid applications, advisement, limited financial assistance, transportation to and from college, and provision of college supplies. Provides a career training program for participants of the On Point for College program that assists students in getting summer internships or permanent jobs.

CRIS CAT - Program
Community Resources for Independent Seniors

12 Mill Street
Cazenovia, NY

Provides free transportation to area senior residents living in the Cazenovia, Fenner or Nelson areas. 24 rides per year and no more than 2 rides a week. Rides are not guaranteed. Volunteer drivers.

CRIS - Program
Community Resources for Independent Seniors

12 Mill Street
Cazenovia, NY

Provides an informal support to individuals via a network of volunteer service exchanges services include: Basic computer help. Cleaning (bathroom, kitchen, vacuum, garage, fridge, stove) Replacing smoke alarm or CO2 detector batteries. Weeding and or garden help. Taking Screens off and or putting storm windows on. Hang pictures, help with decorating. Minor household repairs. Replacing light bulbs. Laundry. Turning mattresses. Raking/trimming.

Behavioral Health Clinic - Utica - Program
The Neighborhood Center, Inc.

628 Mary Street
Neighborhood Center
Utica, NY

Provides outpatient mental health services for children, adolescents and adults. Provides "open intake" walk-in service for individuals to come into the clinic during designated hours to start the pre-admission process of receiving behavioral health care services.

Humane Education - Program
Wanderers' Rest Humane Association

7138 Sutherland Drive
Canastota, NY

*Promotes responsible pet ownership through education regarding: Need for animal control through spaying and neutering animals. Proper care of animals. 

Surrender Services - Program
Wanderers' Rest Humane Association

7138 Sutherland Drive
Canastota, NY

*Operates an open admission shelter where no Madison County dog or cat will be turned away. Individuals may be asked to care for their pets in homes for 48 hours due to limited space. Does not provide animal control services, individuals will be referred to local Dog Control Officer. Does not accept aggressive or injured animals.

Mary Rose Clinic - Program
Mary Rose Clinic

1081 Northside Shopping Center
Oneida, NY

Provides basic health care services for persons 16 years of age and older. Services provided: Patient Education Disease Prevention & Screening Physical Exams Help Finding Insurance Prescription Assistance Provide referrals for the following services: Diabetic Teaching Mental Health Counseling Smoking Cessation Programs Does not provide the following services: OB/GYN services Disability claims Workers Compensation claims No Fault Injury claims Legal Issues Have or issue prescription for …

Employee/Career Center - Program
Madison County Working Solutions

133 N Court Street
Wampsville, NY

Assists those who are unemployed or underemployed in partnership with the following agencies Madison County Workforce Development, NYS Department of Labor, ACCES-VR, Madison-Oneida BOCES with: Job search assistance. Resume preparation. Interview skills. Career guidance. Employment plan development. Labor market information.

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