There are several agencies and charities in the Newark, Batavia, and Wayne County area that people can turn to for advice, financial help, and cash grants to pay bills. Learn about your options below, as well as who to contact for aid.
Catholic Family Center provides free legal advice, representation, information and referrals to qualified individuals to help them deal with civil legal matters. They work with local non-profit attorneys and law firms. Get help with such issues as foreclosures, landlord and tenant evictions, and other non-criminal cases. Dial(585) 232-1840, or click here to find additional legal assistance programs.
There is an agency that provides low interest loans to people who need the funds for transportation expenses. Catholic Family Center is the agency to turn to for this program. The money can be used to either repair a car, or purchase a new or used automobile. The program is intended to both help people maintain and find employment, as well as provide needed financial skills such as building a credit history. Click here to learn more about loan programs, or call the agency at (585) 546-7220.
A place to go to for this type of help is the Success Center, which can be reached at (315) 483-8080. The center has counselors and administers programs that will reach out to serve needy neighbors and provide them with free or discounted clothing, food, furniture, referrals to community resources and government programs as well as individual and family counseling.
This program is free to homeowners, and it can help save them hundreds of dollars per year on their heating and utility bills. The Wayne County Weatherization program will help eligible low to moderate income individuals, the elderly and disabled save money on their energy bills by helping them reducing their heating and energy bills by providing energy saving improvements to their homes. The primary goals of the program are to ensure the safety, health, and efficiency of an applicants home. In addition to providing the service themselves, the agency will also focus on working with other local charities and non-profit agencies throughout the Wayne county area, Newark, and Batavia to find other ways to help people save money. This program is also run by the Wayne County Action Program, Inc. Phone number (315) 946-7530.
The Wayne County Salvation Army, which is located in Newark New York, has several different programs that the unemployed, low income, and others can turn to for help. While the funds are often limited, the Salvation Army can provide cash for paying bills such as heating and utility, money for prescription drugs, provide housing funds such as rent support, and offer other forms of cash assistance and financial help. Call the Salvation Army at (315) 331-3821, or learn more.
Department of Aging and Youth focused on helping seniors, people over 55, and the elderly. A number of assistance programs are offered, most of them by referral. Seniors in Wayne County can benefit from one or more of the following services. Caregiver Support, Case Management, Transportation, Information, Assistance and Advocacy, Legal Assistance, Case Assistance, Free Home Delivered Meals among many others programs. Information on Insurance Counseling is offered as part of the SHIP program. The center is a great place for referrals to local non-profit agencies, many of which can assist seniors in obtaining benefits and services, and serve as advocates. 1519 Nye Rd., Suite 300, Lyons, New York 14489, call 315-946-5624.
Wayne CAP offers a number of other resources in the region. The community action agency works to help those facing poverty overcome their challenges and gain long term self-sufficiency. So to this end, the following referrals, programs, and social services may be available.
Transitional housing, emergency shelters, and government aid can help meet the needs of the evicted and homeless. Low income families and individuals can receive meals, information on permanent housing, help for paying deposits or first months rent, and more. Click here.
Wayne County Catholic Charities administers several assistance programs for low income and the working poor. Several churches in the region, including in Lyons, are part of this organization. They offer educational programs for college students, emergency rental assistance for eviction prevention and even support such as free clothing or meals for the working poor and seniors. Continue reading Catholic Charity Wayne County assistance programs.
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