Address:1183 Monroe AveRochester, NY 14620Map & Directions
Services: Provides short term residential care, group homes and foster family care for children and youth at risk or runaways, case management services, crisis?counseling, and crisis?stabilization of the immediate crisis.
Hours: Residential: 24 hours.
Eligibility: Ages 5-18 for most services.
Address:70 Liberty Pole WayRochester, NY 14604Map & Directions
Services: Offers young adult emergency shelter. Provides residential shelter for youth that offers:Assistance with independent living skills and counseling services for homeless or runaway youth in or out of emergency shelter.Pregnant young women may be housed but not women with children. Offers case management, advocacy, community services coordination, linkages and after care for up to one year after leaving the shelter.
Hours: 24 hours.
Eligibility: Ages 16-20 years old.Must not have a conviction or arson or level 2/level 3 sex offense on record.
Address:402 South AveRochester, NY 14620Map & Directions
Services: Provides an emergency shelter for men.
Hours: 11/1 through 4/15. M-SU 9:00PM-7:00AM.
Eligibility: Males, ages 18 years and older. No drugs or alcohol permitted on the premises.
Documents To Bring: None.
Address:547 Joseph AveRochester, NY 14605Map & Directions
Services: Offers a 30 bed emergency shelter for homeless men. Long term transitional and support services.
Eligibility: Must be a homeless male. Must be 18 years of age or older.Must not have a conviction of arson on their record.
Address:100 West AveRochester, NY 14611Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency shelter for women and women with children.
Hours: Emergency shelter assistance: 24 hours. Clients must show up by 9:00PM or if with children by 6:00PM each night to keep their bed.
Eligibility: Women, with or without children. Women: ages 18 years or older. Children: ages 5 years and younger. No more than 2 children per family.
Address:214 Lake Ave ARochester, NY 14608Map & Directions
Services: Provides an emergency shelter and support services for homeless families (all family compositions) with children and couples.
Eligibility: Homeless family or couple. Must not have a sex offense or arson on record.Must be referred by DHS.
Address:1834Rochester, NY 14608Map & Directions
Services: Provides crisis housing for men. Offers the 14 day first step program that assists all guests who need additional help for more than 14 days of crisis housing assistance. Counseling and case management. Support services for homeless or those in need. Seek permanent housing.
Hours: Sign in for bed in emergency shelter: starting at 3:15PM, first come, first served. No placements accepted after 10:00PM.
Eligibility: Males, ages 18 years and older, in need of shelter.Must not have a sex offense on their record.
Address:175 N Clinton AveRochester, NY 14604Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency shelter.
Hours: 24-Hour switchboard coverage.
Eligibility: Women age 18 or older, with or without children. Men age 18 or older, with children.
Address:905 Monroe AveRochester, NY 14620Map & Directions
Services: Offers a specialized runaway, homeless youth services and emergency shelter that providesa short term residence of up to 30 days. Provides a host home with families throughout Monroe County to youth in crisis.
Eligibility: Transitional Housing Services: ages 12-21 years. Youth at risk and their families. Emergency Housing Program: ages 12-18 years.
Address:142 Webster AveRochester, NY 14609Map & Directions
Services: Provides short term emergency housing/shelter and case management for homeless families with children.Five families or up to 14 people may be accommodated.Housing at local faith congregations' facilities.Housing for a week at a time per facility.Children picked up for school at Day Center.Adults must engage in housing search or job search.RAIHN now has a bridge apartment which can accommodate 2 families. Families that have secured an apartment within the rotational shelter may be moved into the bridge apartment while waiting for the permanent apartment to be ready (i.e. if they are waiting on inspections, DHS approval, landlord improvements).
Hours: Intakes done M-F 10:00AM-3:00PM.
Eligibility: Homeless families with children 18 years of age or under. No alcohol/substance abuse dependency. Must not have acute psychiatric symptoms, criminal history of violence, history of arson. Able to take sanctioned families or those that have timed out of other shelters.
Documents To Bring: Paystubs or income verification, if working.