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Family Permanent Supportive Housing

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Programs that provide permanent affordable housing and supportive services for families whose current housing situation is unstable with the objective of preventing family homelessness, preserving families at risk for separation and reunifying families that have been separated. The program generally provides intensive case management involving regular home visits, development of a family care plan, and coordination of services identified by the plan which may include health care, substance abuse treatment, counseling and other mental health services, parenting skills training, family literacy services, tutoring, vocational training, money management and other life skills training, recreational activities, child care and transportation. Some programs focus specifically on families involved in the child welfare system or other family subgroups.

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Thru: Catholic Charities Family and Community Services

Must be 18 years of age or older. Must be homeless – according to the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) definition. Must have some form of income (employment income, SSI​/SSDI, public assistance, etc.). Must have a diagnosable disability (according to the HUD definition). Must be willing to abide by program rules.

Catholic Charities Family and Community Services

87 N Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY

Thru: YWCA of Rochester and Monroe County

Families of any composition with children 17 years old and younger (depends on facility).

YWCA of Rochester and Monroe County

175 N Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY