Partner Programs

Education

Financial Stability

Cradle to career education: Academic and social supports for elementary, middle, and high school students; out of school learning opportunities; teacher development; family support and engagement; and mentoring. Academic and social supports for high school students which foster the development of job/career readiness. Financial Literacy: Promoting financial stability through financial literacy classes and training. Job Readiness: Initiatives and support job readiness. Housing: Initiatives and supports for increased housing and increased quality of housing in the region.
  • Academic Success
  • Academic Success
  • Boy Scouting
  • Child Center
  • Community Based Youth Mentoring
  • Cub Scouting
  • Early Intervention
  • Girl Scout Leadership Experience: Grades K-5
  • Girl Scout Leadership Experience: Grades 6-12
  • Good Character & Citizenship
  • Hope Academy
  • Parent Coaching
  • Parent/Child Development Groups
  • Project Learn
  • Site Based Youth Mentoring
  • Teen Services
  • Truancy Intervention
  • Venturing Scouting
  • Case/Care Management
  • Credit Counseling & Financial Education
  • Employment Readiness & Training Program
  • Helping Entrepreneurs Thrive
  • Homeless Intervention & Prevention Program
  • Housing First
  • Independent Living Services Program
  • Neighborhood Revitalization Collaboration
  • Neighbors in Action
  • Ruth House
  • Safe & Stable Housing
  • Skills Enhancement
  • Social Security Outreach, Access & Recovery (SOAR) Program
  • Supportive Housing
  • Tenant Based Rental Assistance
  • Transitional Housing
  • Transitional Housing
   

Health

Community Basics

AODA and Mental Health Services: Access to social and program support which leads to increased services for mental illness and alcohol/drug addiction recovery services. Dental Care: Access to free or reduced fee dental care for low-middle-income wage earners. Obesity Prevention: Access to obesity prevention programs. Childcare, transportation, emergency services, crisis services, and safe housing/shelter, food security; access to healthy and nutritious food choices for low-middle income wage earners.
  • Adult Free Health Care
  • Character & Leadership: Youth Mental Health
  • Crisis Management
  • Drop-In Center
  • Drug Free Communities
  • Healthy Families
  • Healthy Life Styles: Preventative Health
  • Help Team
  • Lifelong Healthy Lifestyle Choices
  • Outpatient Counseling
  • Prevention Education
  • Project Wait
  • RAVE * Recovery Avenue Mental Health Drop-In Center
  • Recovery Support & Relapse Prevention
  • Stepping Stones
  • Trauma Specialist
  • Comprehensive I & R
  • Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
  • Crisis Line
  • Crisis Line Services
  • Disaster Cycle Services x
  • Domestic Abuse Project
  • Domestic & Sexual Violence Program
  • Emergency Shelter
  • Emergency Shelter
  • Feeding Today’s Youth
  • Food Pantry
  • Food Recovery Program
  • Homeless Prevention
  • Homeless Shelter
  • Kane Street Community Garden
  • Kid’s Cafe Food Program (NEW)
  • Meal Program
  • Mobile Meals
  • Monroe County Food Pantry
  • Nutrition Education & Tools
  • Outreach Program
  • Rapid Rehousing
  • RSVP Volunteer Program
  • Senior Share
  • Telephone Crisis Intervention

For more information regarding a specific program, please see our Partner Contacts page.

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