Address:1045 James StSyracuse, NY 13203Map & Directions
Services: ?Provides short-term and emergency direct financial assistance to support persons living with HIV/AIDS (individuals or families), who are homeless or housing vulnerable, to access and maintain housing. The following services are provided through this program: emergency rental and utility assistance; short-term rental and utility assistance; security deposits; and moving expenses. The emergency and short-term financial assistance serve as an immediate intervention to maintain safe housing and assist in overcoming any financial barriers that may impede on an individual's ability to maintain permanent housing.
Hours: Office: M-F 8:00AM-4:30PM.
Eligibility: 18 years of age and older.Income must fall under the 200% poverty levelVeterans are given priority.
Documents To Bring: Must have documentation of HIV/AIDS status. Proof of address. Proof of income.
Address:241 Beattie StSyracuse, NY 13224Map & Directions
Services: Provides rent subsidy to individuals with a developmental disability approved for eligibility through OPWDD (Office of People with Developmental Disabilities) to assist them to live independently.
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Eligibility: Adults with developmental disabilities who are OPWDD eligible and residing in Onondaga County
Documents To Bring: Call for required documentation
Address:420 E Genesee StSyracuse, NY 13202Map & Directions
Services: Provides financial support for security deposits, furnishings, household supplies, and limited additional needs for homeless individuals with serious mental illness. Individuals must meet HUD definition of homeless.
Eligibility: Individuals ages 18 years and older who:-Have a primary diagnosis of serious mental illness-Are in the process of relocating from a state-funded program (supervised sites, hospital, correctional facility)-Are experiencing substantial impairments in function-Are homeless-Have high Medicaid costs or are under an AOT order-Have the capacity to live independently
Address:700 Oswego StSyracuse, NY 13204Map & Directions
Services: Provides referrals and general information regarding housing. Offers counseling regarding home ownership, negotiations between tenants/landlords and housing grievance complaints, eviction prevention, housing publications, assistance in obtaining rental subsidies, and housing court assistance. Rent assistance is available on a limited basis to individuals undergoing financial hardship.
Eligibility: Low to moderate income Hispanic/Latino families/individuals
Address:400 Lamb AveCanastota, NY 13032Map & Directions
Services: Provides subsidized apartment living for the elderly and disabled.
Eligibility: Age 62 years and older or have a mobility impairment, income guidelines.
Documents To Bring: Call for information.
Address:112 Center StCanastota, NY 13032Map & Directions
Services: Assists families who are homeless or at high risk of becoming homeless. Services include: Temporary rental assistance Utility Deposit assistance Temporary housing for homeless families Permanent housing for homeless families Budgeting and financial counseling Case management (home visits)
Eligibility: Must be age 18 and older. Must meet income guidelines. Must be homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Documents To Bring: Proof of income, photo ID, eviction notice.
Address:101 Nelson StCazenovia, NY 13035Map & Directions
Services: Provides the following types of assistance to those in need: Emergency Disaster Relief Utility Assistance Rental Assistance Food Assistance Summer Camp for Kids Clothing Assistance Holiday Assistance Back-to-School Supplies Referral Services
Hours: M, TU, TH 9:30AM-12:00PM.
Eligibility: Call for information.
Address:226 Farrier AveOneida, NY 13421Map & Directions
Services: Provides public housing for eligible low-income families, elderly, and persons with disabilities. Offers Section 8 rental assistance which is designed to allow families and individuals who qualify a choice of affordable housing.
Eligibility: 18 years of age or older. Preference given for 62 years of age or older/Disabled and Working Families. Income guidelines varies by household size and program.
Documents To Bring: Proof of income.
Address:17 Genesee StAuburn, NY 13021Map & Directions
Services: Offers emergency services for; utilities, rent, or security deposit payment help based on funds availability. Provides financial aid for prescriptions, glasses, testing, dental work, formula, bus fare, taxi fare, or some OTC products.
Eligibility: Demonstrate financial need.
Address:34 E State StMount Morris, NY 14510Map & Directions
Services: Provides intensive counseling and support services to families and individuals. Assists homeless and at risk families and those facing eviction find safe, affordable housing and the resources to secure stability in their lives. Livingston County does not have a walk-in shelter for families or individuals. Matches trained and caring adult volunteers with at risk youth through HOPE Youth Mentoring.Provide direct assistance to low income individuals and families by providing case management services through a series of assessments. Assistance is provided based on need, to include: emergency food, clothing, furniture, utilities, rent, gasoline for employment related services. Offers parenting education.
Eligibility: Must meet income eligibility requirements.
Documents To Bring: Income documentation. Proof of job seeking or educational opportunities. All members of household must be indicated on intake. Follow-up necessary.