Address:7 N Court St # 2Belmont, NY 14813Map & Directions
Services: Provides HEAP grants that are?used to supplement annual energy costs.?Funds can only be sent to primary heating supplier and can be used to pay for electricity, propane, natural gas, wood, oil, kerosene, coal and any other heating fuel. Emergency HEAP grants may also be available to eligible households with a shut-off notice or for those running out of fuel such as propane, wood, oil, kerosene or coal.?Also provides assistance with replacement or repair of primary heating source.
Eligibility: Must meet financial eligibility and residential guidelines. Unless electric is primary heating source, assistance for electric shut off notices is only available, if eligible, through Emergency Benefits.
Documents To Bring: Must provide birth certificates and SS cards for all members in household, rent receipts - with complete name and address of landlord, property tax bills, proof of mortgage, current utility bills, proof of Income in household for past 4 weeks and proof of all resources - bank accounts, retirement accounts, IRA's, stocks/bonds, CD's, etc.
Address:107 S Barry StOlean, NY 14760Map & Directions
Services: Secure faith-based homeless shelter for women and families, no single men. Food is provided as well as case management and after care services. The person must be willing to change circumstances that made them homeless.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00am-4:00pm.
Eligibility: Homeless families and single women.
Documents To Bring: Interview needed.
Address:730 Olean RdEast Aurora, NY 14052Map & Directions
Services: Code Blue site from Feb 21st through March 31st, 2018. Offers shelter when the temperature or wind chill factor falls below 32 degrees. Free breakfast offered in the morning as well.
Hours: Sunday through Saturday, 8:00pm-8:00am
Eligibility: Any individuals who are homeless or without housing.Service Area: Erie County
Documents To Bring: Walk In. Van service will be available from 8 to 11 p.m. to pick individuals up and take them to the warming site. Return transportation will also be provided in the morning.
Address:11 Washington StCattaraugus, NY 14719Map & Directions
Services: Offers food pantry, clothing exchange, baby items & car seats, cooking classes, car seat installation, household items, life skills classes, and emergency shelter.Host of Summer Lunch Program.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 10:00am-4:00pm.
Eligibility: Call for information.Service area: Cattaraugus County
Documents To Bring: Call, walk-in, or referral.
Address:24 W Corydon StBradford, PA 16701Map & Directions
Services: Offers safe and secure emergency housing and case management. Offers help with homelessness. Has a homeless shelter. Case Management: Program staff assist individuals with, obtaining safe, affordable, and permanent housing, job searches, resume preparation, employment readiness, learning how to budget and skills of daily living, applying for social security benefits
Hours: Call for more information.
Eligibility: Women, women with children, men, men with children, parents with children, families with children
Address:203 Sanders RdBuffalo, NY 14216Map & Directions
Services: Support groups for senior citizens, hot lunch, outreach, transportation, activities. Youth recreation/education programs, grocery shopping & transportation for seniors. Processes referrals for food pantries in the North Buffalo area.City of Buffalo Warming Center when the temperature is 15 degrees or below.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00am-8:00pm; Saturday 9:00am-1:00pm.
Eligibility: Varies, depending on service or program.
Documents To Bring: Self-apply by phone, writing & walk-in service.
Address:62 Republic StBuffalo, NY 14204Map & Directions
Services: Provides community services and assistance. Housing, Information/referral, rehabilitation assistance/counseling, recreation, games, crafts, exercise, trips, for youth & senior citizens, senior transportation, after school programs for ages 6-19.City of Buffalo Warming Center when the temperature is 15 degrees or below.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-9:00pm.
Documents To Bring: Self-apply by walk-in service or calling.
Address:155 Lawn AveBuffalo, NY 14207Map & Directions
Services: Provides afterschool program, summer camp, boxing instruction, tutoring, and senior services.2018 Summer camp dates: July 2nd to August 24th. Monday through Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. Registration for previous campers in good standing starts May 14th, new camper registration begins May 21st, registration due by May 29th. City of Buffalo Warming Center when the temperature is 15 degrees or below.Additional programs housed at this location:1. Catholic Charities WIC Program2. Holy Cross Headstart Program 3. Youth Recreation and Sports Programs4. Neighborhood Health Center5. BMHA Employment Opportunity Center6. Erie County Dept. of Social Services Workfare Program
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm, some evening hours.
Eligibility: Based on service requested. Summer camp: Children ages 6-13. Service area: Erie County
Documents To Bring: Phone or walk-in.
Address:129 Lewis StBuffalo, NY 14206Map & Directions
Services: Emergency shelter for women and children.
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Eligibility: Women and women with children who are experiencing homelessness.
Documents To Bring: Apply for assistance at the Department of Social Services, window 5 or 6, or calling 211 afterhours.Available to single women as a Code Blue shelter when the temperature is 32 or below.
Address:1305 Main StBuffalo, NY 14209Map & Directions
Services: Temporary emergency short term shelter. Breakfast & supper are served to residents. Provides direction to which agencies could help individuals with specific needs. Also refers guests to counseling if necessary.
Eligibility: Open to anyone 18 years old & older, without funds, able to leave during the day. To be admitted person must have no severe mental or physical disability and must follow house guidelines. No alcohol or drugs 24 hours prior.
Documents To Bring: Apply in person. Referral agencies can call to make a referral, 24/7.