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First Time Homeowners YM-2900.2000  

Community Development Law Clinic
Syracuse University College of Law Office of Clinical Legal Education

950 Irving Avenue
Dineen Hall
Syracuse, NY

Represents not-for-profit housing and community organizations involved in affordable housing development and community economic development. Student attorneys also represent individuals in the development of start-up businesses and real estate transactions.

Village of Massena Housing Rehabilitation
Village of Massena

60 Main Street
Massena, NY

Provides grants for the rehabilitation of owner-occupied homes located on the northeast side of the Village of Massena and grants for first time homebuyers in the Village of Massena.

People At Risk of Foreclosure YM-6200  

Foreclosure Prevention Project
Frank Hiscock Legal Aid Society

351 South Warren Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides counseling and representation to homeowners who are facing foreclosure and tenants who are facing eviction due to foreclosure.

Foreclosure Prevention Project
Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York (LASNNY) Canton Office

17 Hodskin Street
Canton, NY

Provides assistance to low and moderate income homeowners facing foreclosure and settlements.

Supportive Housing Residents YM-8300  

Interfaith Initiatives Program
InterFaith Works of Central New York

1010 James Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides chaplaincy services to individuals in hospitals, nursing homes, and correctional facilities. Christian, Muslim, Jewish, and interfaith chaplains offers worship services, study groups, spiritual counseling, and prayer for those in need of spiritual support.

Tenants YM-8480  

Eviction Defense
Volunteer Lawyers Project of Onondaga County

221 South Warren Street
Suite 200
Syracuse, NY

Provides on-the-spot defense to tenants who are facing eviction and/or non-payment of rent cases in the Syracuse and East Syracuse Court. Clients are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis on the day of court. Representation is limited to that day.

Contact Community Services answers the 211CNY phone line
211CNY is answered by:
CONTACT COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
6311 Court Street Road
East Syracuse, NY 13057
www.contactsyracuse.org
Phone: (315) 251-1400
Fax: (315) 251-2218
[email protected]
United Way

United Way of Central New York
United Way of Greater Oswego County
United Way of Northern New York, Inc.


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