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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)

LIFE at RCIL Youth Services - Main Street - Program
Resource Center for Independent Living, Inc.

131 Genesee Street
Utica, NY

Offers crisis intervention services for youth at risk of involvement with the juvenile justice system, homelessness or in need of support for disruptive behaviors.

Central New York Perinatal and Infant Bereavement Network - Program
Central New York Perinatal and Infant Bereavement Resources

Syracuse, NY

Provides parent perinatal and infant bereavement care through information sharing, education, parent support, community programs, and referral services for bereaved families and care providers.

Grief Weekend - Program
Madison County Children's Camp

2112 Wheler Drive
Eaton, NY

Provides programming to help children develop skills and strategies to deal with grief and loss of significant individuals in their lives.

Give an Hour - Program
Give an Hour

Bethesda, MD

Provides confidential mental health counseling via phone, video, and in-person to service members, veterans, and their loved ones.  Provides no-cost care to a few other carefully selected populations, including victims of natural and man-made disasters, survivors of gun violence and their families, victims of crime, and survivors of abuse and assault. Serves the above populations through the following types of volunteer mental health professionals and services: Psychologists, Psychiatrists, …

Helpline - Program
VFW National Home for Children

3573 South Waverly Road
Eaton Rapids, MI

Provides a free helpline assist callers with program and eligibility questions and can also assist callers in finding local resources. Assists with program and eligibility questions and can also assist callers in finding local resources, for individuals in the military and their families, including current active-duty, Reserves, and veterans. The Helpline also serves as the first intake step to the National Home, a housing program for military families.

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

Crisis Intervention and Hotline Services - Program
Military OneSource

6270 Midway Street
Sacramento, CA

Provides resources for military members, spouses and families on nearly every aspect of military life: Deployment. Reunion. Relationship. Grief. Spouse employment and education. Parenting and childhood. Offers confidential counseling sessions over the phone, online chat, or face to face.

Madison County Veterans Service Agency - Program
Madison County Veterans Service Agency

138 N Court Street
County Office Building
Wampsville, NY

Provides assistance with filing claims for disability compensation, non-service connected disability pension and/or survivor pension benefits, education benefits, VA healthcare, and all other federal, state and local benefits. Provides assistance in obtaining military records and medals. Works with nursing home, assisted living facilities and funeral homes to ensure proper veteran and/or dependent benefits. 

Project Share Heating Fund - Program
HeartShare Human Services of New York

12 MetroTech Center
29th Floor
Brooklyn, NY

Provides heating grants for income-eligible R&E customers who have an active disconnect notice in the RG&E and NYSEG service areas. This program is fuel blind and grants are $200, available once per season. Provides heating grants for active-duty military personnel and veterans and their partners who have an active disconnect notice (no income requirement).

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