Food & Housing
BROCKPORT FOOD SHELF
Hours: 9 am-12:30 pm & 2-6 pm, first four Thursdays of the month
Phone: (585) 637-8169
Emergency Food Help/Delivery: For emergency food help or delivery for the disabled and those without transportation.
Brockport Food Shelf Backpack Program for Children: Provides nutritious food for weekends and school year vacations to children in need. During these times, families lose the nutritional support that the school breakfast and lunch programs provide.
SPENCERPORT FOOD SHELF
4997 Ridge Road West
Spencerport, NY 14559
The Spencerport Food Shelf is a project of Spencerport Ecumenical Ministries (SEM) member churches aimed at responding to the needs of Spencerport area families in need of food and supplies
ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Hours: Sundays: 3-4:30 pm & Thursdays: 7-8:30 pm
Phone: (585) 637-6650
Brockport Ecumenical Clothing Shelf: Gathers and distributes free clothing to the greater Brockport area communities. There are six Brockport churches that voluntarily coordinate and staff the Center, which is housed in St. Luke's basement.
Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf: Provides food and other household items to those in need.
Harvest Kitchen: Free community meal on the second Sunday of every month, 2-3:30 pm.
North Porch Ministry New Mom/ Pregnant? Free newborn baby clothing, diapers and supplies.
KENDALL COMMUNITY FOOD CUPBOARD
1814 Kendall Rd Kendall, NY 14476
We have been helping neighbors in need for over 30 years. Our ability to help comes solely from the Grace of God. Our generous community is a blessing.
Kendall Community Food Cupboard is here to help our neighbors in need.
ROCHESTER FOOD BANKS
Seeking Food Assistance? If you are in need, you may visit any of Foodlink’s member organizations for assistance. Find a location closest to you
Lifeline: Call 211 or (877) 356-9211 to find an emergency food provider near you. You will be asked for your zip code, used to identify organizations serving your neighborhood.
Genesee County: Regional Action Phone, Inc. (RAP): (800) 359-5727
Orleans County: Regional Action Phone, Inc. (RAP): (800) 889-1903
Wyoming County: Regional Action Phone, Inc. (RAP): (800) 786-3300
Allegany and Yates Counties: Contact 211 Helpline or (800) 346-2211
PATHSTONE FOOD PANTRY
140 N Main St, Albion, NY 14411
Hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-2pm.
food pantry assisting farm workers and the general community of Orleans County.
1111 Joseph Ave
Rochester, New York 14621
Transitional housing (shelter)
Food pantry (Tuesday-Thursday 9am-1pm)
Feminine hygiene products
Weekly community service and dinner (Wednesday)
Baby clothing, diapers and formula
Domestic Violence Center
Office: (585) 232-5200
Fax: (585) 232-3501
24-hour Hotline: (585) 222-SAFE
24-hour Text Line: (585) 348-SAFE
Willow’s 24/7 Hotline is (585) 222-SAFE
Everyone has the right to be safe. If you are hurt or in imminent danger, call 911.
24/7 Hotline – call anytime, day or night, we are here to support you.
Emergency Shelter – safe housing for you and your children.
Safety Planning – personalized to your needs and situation.
Court Accompaniment – to obtain a court order of protection.
Short-term Counseling and Support – individualized support in a safe and confidential location.
Support Groups – Connect with others and find strength in community.
Prevention Education and Training – Education is one of the most effective tools for reducing abuse.
Pet Program – Safety for survivors and their pets!
All of Willow’s services are free and confidential.
Who can stay at Willow? Women, men, and their dependent children who are victims of physical, verbal, psychological, sexual, economic, or threatened abuse by the person with whom they live or have lived in the past are candidates for shelter. It is not required that the victim be residing with the abuser at the time of the incident.
Open Door Mission
210 W Main St, Rochester, NY 14614
The Samaritan House Crisis Center is a short-term crisis center focused on the immediate needs of the homeless community in Rochester, NY.
Open daily and dedicated to offering hope, shelter and a warm meal. The Samaritan House is home for several of Open Door Mission's signature programs including: food and emergency housing, community meal program, chapel services and the medical mobile unit.
Rochester Housing Authority
Section 8 / Leasing Operations
Applicant/Application Inquiries: 585-697-7180
General Inquiries: 585-235-0447