Compendium of Services: Steuben

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Domestic Violence

Steuben Churchpeople Against Poverty, Inc. dba Arbor Housing and Development

26 Bridge Street
Corning, NY 14830

Phone: 607-973-2202

Residential and/or non-residential services.

Healthy Families New York

Institute for Human Services, Inc.

50 Liberty St.
Bath, NY 14810

Phone: 607-776-662
Serving: Steuben

Healthy Families New York (HFNY) targets expectant parents and parents with an infant less than three months of age who have characteristics that place them at high risk for child abuse or neglect and live in vulnerable communities marked by high rates of poverty, infant mortality, and teen pregnancy. Healthy Families New York (HFNY)’s home visitors provide families with support, education, and linkages to community services.

Kinshp

Kinship Navigator Program Catholic Family Center

87 N. Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY 14604

Phone: 1-877-454-6463

Assists Kinship caregivers, and children in their care, in gaining access to information and community support services. Any caregiver residing in the State is able to utilize the toll-free phone line or website to identify Kinship care related services in their home locale. In addition, Kinship specialists are available to assess caregiver needs and develop a plan of action.

Prevention

Prevent Child Abuse NY - Parent Helpline

4 Global View
Troy, NY 12180

Phone: 1-800-CHILDREN
Serving: Statewide

Regional Child Abuse Prevention Initiatives utilizing the Protective Factors Framework training and convening cross-systems coalitions in four communities. Parent Information and Resource Center, including the Parent Helpline that assists parents/caregivers through calls, emails, and in-person requests, and website searches. Enough Abuse Campaign to reduce child sexual abuse. PCANY began as the Standard of Quality for Family Strengthening and Support (SOQ) trainer for the New York State Family Support Network (NYSFSN) during this past year. All of these activities include a parent leadership/engagement component.

Pro Action of Steuben and Yates, Inc.

117 East Steuben Street
Bath, NY 14810

Phone: 607-776-2125
Serving: Steuben County

Resilient Children and Families Community Based Services. The program is consisted of Family Resource Centers (FRC)12/4/2020 located in Addison, Hornell, Bath and new mobile FRC, serving areas of Steuben County, including a Mobile Resource Center that travels to rural areas of Steuben County to reach families who are geographically and socially isolated. The program offers early and comprehensive support to families with children five and under including evidence-based parenting education, information and referral, parent-child activities, linkages with early intervention and health services, support groups, community networking, parent leadership, family social activities, and home visits for more isolated families.