• During times of school closings, our school counselors, social workers, and school pyschologists have put together a number of different resources for parents to help support their students.  Please read through these resources and utilize them if needed.  If there are any questions please reach out to our school counselors, psychologits and social workers through their school e-mails.

    With the unprecedented nature of our current school closing due to the coronavirus virus, we have also included resources related to our current situation as well.  

    Community Mental Health Supports

    * Life threatening mental health crisis should call 911 *

    Mobile Crisis (children and adults) - 585 - 529 - 3721

     

    Crisis Center (adults only) walk-in, mobile crisis or teleservice

    89 Genesee St

    Rochester, NY 14611

    585-368-3950

     

    Emergency Child Care Services

    Crisis Center of Greater Rochester

    Temporary safe haven for children whose families are in crisis.

    Also has diapers, baby wipes and formula for families in need.

    201 Genesee Park Blvd

    Rochester, NY 14619

    585-235-5750

    http://www.cngr.org/

     

    Food Resources

    Center for Youth food pantry for families and children under 24 years of age. 

     

    Food Link has a mobile pantry and locations can be found on the link.

     

    St. Theodore's food pantry

    168 Spencerport Rd

    Wednesday 11 - 1

    Thursday 10 - 12

    (need photo ID and proof of residence in the 14606 or 14624 zip code areas)

     

    2-1-1 can provide list of food pantries operating

     

    Financial Resources

    Monroe County DHHS to apply for SNAP (food stamps) and financial assistance at 691 St. Paul Street.

     

    Community Place, Homeless Project.  Helps families facing eviction.

    57 Central Park

    Rochester, NY 14605

    585-327-7200