Address:33 Central AveCortland, NY 13045Map & Directions
Services: Services, such as case management, residential services and emergency assistance, targeted to individuals affected by mental illness and substance abuse, living in poverty, delinquent and at-risk youth. Holiday Season 2016-
Hours: Office hours. Program hours vary. The Main Office closes from 12-1pm for lunch daily.Mon: 8:30am 4:30pmTue: 8:30am 4:30pmWed: 8:30am 4:30pmThu: 8:30am 4:30pmFri: 8:30am 4:30pm
Eligibility: Varies by program
Address:115 W Clinton StIthaca, NY 14850Map & Directions
Services: Promotes quality, affordable housing in Tompkins County through:grants and low-interest loans for purchasing a home or making home repairsclasses on: buying a home, classroom or online home maintenanceone-on-one counseling on home purchaseaffordable rental units in Tompkins County and the town of Tyre in Seneca Countydoes not offer financial assistance or counseling to those with foreclosure issues with foreclosure issues
Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 am to 5 pm; closed weekendsMon: 9am 5pmTue: 9am 5pmWed: 9am 5pmThu: 9am 5pmFri: 9am 5pm
Address:701 Spencer RdIthaca, NY 14850Map & Directions
Services: Summer 2017: Tompkins Community Action main office is undergoing major renovation. They have set up temporary offices at 609 Clinton St #111 and they expect to reside at this location until Spring or Summer 2018.
Hours: Mon: 9am 4:30 pmTue: 9am 4:30 pmWed: 9am 4:30 pmThu: 9am 4:30 pmFri: 9am 4:30 pm
Eligibility: Federal eligibility (poverty) guidelines
Address:324 W Buffalo StIthaca, NY 14850Map & Directions
Services: Referrals and assistance to low-income residents with urgent needs at its Ithaca offices and food pantries in Danby, Groton and Caroline.free clothing, personal care products, linens, towels sheets and diapersaccepts donations of bedding (sheets, blankets,etc.), towels and clean clothing for men, women and children, including new shoes.Once-a-year emergency financial help when resources are available:security deposits May 2018- out of funds until further notice
Hours: Closed 12 Noon-1pmTue: 9am 4pmWed: 9am 4pmThu: 9am 4pmFri: 9am 4pm
Eligibility: Tompkins County residents, based on family income
Address:301 W Court StIthaca, NY 14850Map & Directions
Services: THE ROBIN FUND HAS BEEN RE-OPENED AS OF 12/10/2013Established by friends and family of Robin Whittlesey as a contribution to the Ithaca community in her memory.Benefits individual citizens, families and children of the greater Ithaca community who are undergoing hardship or who may have special needs, e.g., emergency mortgage or rent assistance, family crises, special clothing needs, aid in attending summer programs or special events, scholastic needs, etc. Applicants should keep in mind that the Robin Fund has very limited resources.Applications are available from front office staff at GIAC. After submitting an application, the applicant should hear back from the committee within seven days. Applications should include documentation regarding the request, i.e., eviction notice, shut-off notice etc.
Eligibility: Ithaca and surrounding area residents with hardship or special needs
Address:166 Main StNewfield, NY 14867Map & Directions
Services: Collects donations from Newfield residents to give back to the community. Provides help for Newfield Town residents with:utility billsschool tuition (scholarships)general financial difficultiesDOES NOT ASSIST WITH FIRST/LAST MONTH'S RENT
Eligibility: Newfield resident over 6 mo; once/ year/ household
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.
Documents To Bring: Call for information.
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.
Address:160 Genesee StAuburn, NY 13021Map & Directions
Services: Offers emergency assistance, TANF and Safety Net Programs for eligible individuals and families. Access website for more information www.mybenefits.ny.gov.SNAPRent assistanceMedicaidChild Care Subsidy (child care block grant)
Eligibility: Cayuga County residents. Income based eligibility for all programs. Call for information.
Documents To Bring: None.
Address:60 Clark StAuburn, NY 13021Map & Directions
Services: Provides rental assistance under Section 8 Rental Assistance Program for income eligible families, security deposit loans to low-income families in Cayuga County, apartment listings, owner/renter counseling to prevent eviction, working with owners to upgrade their rental properties, andSRO for Women.
Eligibility: Call for information.
Documents To Bring: Varies.