With your help, we are providing individuals and families with essentials like shelter, food and clothing. And then helping them move forward with drug treatment and job training.
We address our clients' emergency needs by offering comprehensive services to deal with the individual or family's immediate crisis as well as offering housing and supportive resources to help them achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.
Helping persons living with HIV/AIDS find a safe, secure place to live.
Individuals with developmental disabilities can live independently and inclusively in their communities in one of Family and Community Services’ residential locations located in Monroe, Wayne and Yates Counties. Specifically, four residences are located in Rochester, one is located in Greece, four are located in Penn Yan, two are in Lyons, and there is one each in Brighton and Webster.
Our group and private living environments are staffed with trained personnel, based on individual needs. Our direct support professionals provide assistance with all areas of daily living, including: personal hygiene, healthcare, medication administration, nutrition, transportation to medical and other appointments, service planning, recreation and leisure activities.
Residents develop close-knit relationships with their housemates, often referring to them as "family,” which helps create a stable and comfortable environment where people are happy to come home.