Aged, Blind, & Disabled
The FE-ABD program is a New York State-sponsored public health insurance application assistance program for people who are Aged, Blind, or Disabled.
Coordinated Entry System for Homeless Services
The Coordinated Entry System for Homeless Services is designed to improve fairness, create easier access to resources, and increase the efficiency of the local crisis response system to address homelessness.
The IPA / Navigator program provides one-on-one assistance for individuals and small businesses interested in shopping for and enrolling in health insurance through The New York State of Health - the Official Health Plan Marketplace.
OJJDP-PASS is a Rochester prevention mentoring program that works with teens who experience challenges in their daily lives, and or whose parents are seriously and persistently mentally ill.
Poverty Simulation Workshop
This powerful exercise is designed to help community leaders, health and human service providers, area businesses, and other community stakeholders deepen their understanding of the day-to-day challenges faced by those living in poverty and how current systems, policies, and practices create barriers.
Institute for Police, Mental Health & Community Collaboration
The Institute for Police, Mental Health & Community Collaboration works closely with the NYSOMH to improve crisis response systems. The shared vision is to assist localities across the state in evolving their crisis response systems to be less reliant on law enforcement when responding to individuals in emotional distress and to help police be more prepared when called to respond to individuals in crisis.