Livingston County assistance programs
Find a listing of charities, non-profits, and assistance programs in Livingston County and Geneseo New York that can help residents pay rent, utility bills, provide free food, and foreclosure assistance.
Empire Justice Center - Provides free legal assistance to low income individuals. Some of the legal aid and programs offered include predatory lending, mortgage advice, rent-to-own, fair debt collection, eviction prevention programs, credit report issues, foreclosure prevention. A sampling of the other legal aid provided include housing, employment, government programs, disability and civil rights, public benefits and much more. Call (585) 454-4060, or find other New York legal programs.
Catholic Charities Of Livingston County, which is based in Mount Morris and can be reached at (585) 658-4466, runs a food pantry and can provide information on financial assistance programs. Stop by to pick up free food and groceries, and learn about ways to get help with heating and energy bills.
Livingston County Department of Social Services - This may be the main agency to call for help with bills, expenses, and other financial support. The programs offered include:
- Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program - The program provides energy and heating bill assistance (natural gas, fuel oil, kerosene, liquid petroleum gas, wood, electricity) to the working poor and low-income families who meet eligibility guidelines and who are under 60 years of age as well.
- Temporary assistance - The government agency may be able to provide limited amounts of financial support to individuals and families in financial need with bills, housing, and more.