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Found 5 resources (displaying 5)

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, if eligible. Hygiene items, diapers, baby food, and formula are available either …

Senior Caregivers Program
Exceptional Family Resources (EFR)

1820 Lemoyne Avenue
Syracuse, NY

Helps families apply for Medicaid/SSI and access service coordination, day programming, recreational services, residential services, vocational services, and respite services. Assists parents in their search for information as they plan for their adult child's future, including trusts, wills, …

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Outreach Program
Food Bank of Central New York

7066 Interstate Island Road
Syracuse, NY

Provides free and confidential prescreening by phone or at various agencies regarding eligibility for SNAP. Assists member programs with providing referrals to SNAP and other government entitlement programs.Onondaga County NOEP CoordinatorFood Bank of CNY7066 Interstate Island Road, Syracuse, NY …

Treatment Coordinator/Family Navigation
Kelberman Center

2608 Genesee Street
Utica, NY

Offers a free one-hour consultation with a family support specialist to dicuss the current situation and goals for the future. 

Maximizing Independent Living Choices (MILC)

1033 Paterson Street
Ogdensburg, NY

Provides one-on-one services to connect eligible pregnant and postpartum women, and children under the age of 5, to the WIC program. Services include screening, document collection, and assistance with appointments.

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