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Welfare Rights Assistance

Found 7 resources (displaying 7)

Civil Legal Services
Legal Services of Central New York (LSCNY)

221 South Warren Street
Suite 300
Syracuse, NY

Provides civil legal services regarding housing issues, consumer problems, income security/benefits, and language access.

Disability Advocacy Program
Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York, Inc (LASMNY)

221 South Warren Street, 3rd Floor
Suite 310
Syracuse, NY

Provides free legal representation to clients who are denied or cut off from SSD or SSI benefits.

PEACE, Inc. Family Resource Centers (FRC)

217 South Salina Street
2nd Floor
Syracuse, NY

Offers a comprehensive range of services, including employment, education, recreation, health, energy, disabilities services, consumerism, transportation, and information and referrals.

Salvation Army Emergency Basic Needs Food Pantry
Salvation Army of Onondaga County

667 South Salina Street
Syracuse, NY

Assists individuals and families once every month by providing enough food for 3 days. (Special circumstances warrant more frequent aid.) There is also assistance in applying for Food Stamps, WIC, or other benefits,┬áif eligible. Hygiene items, diapers, baby food, and formula are available either …

Social Security Transition (SST)
Onondaga County Department of Social Services

421 Montgomery Street
5th Floor
Syracuse, NY

Assists applicants and recipients of Temporary Assistance in qualifying for SSI and SSD. Helps applicants and recipients fill out the applications and obtain necessary medical evaluations and documentation.

SSI / SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR)
Northern Regional Center for Independent Living (NRCIL)

210 Court Street
Suite 107
Watertown, NY

Provides access to the disability income benefit programs (such as SSI and SSDI) administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA) for eligible adults who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, and have a mental illness and / or a co-occuring substance use disorder.

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