Ontario County Resource Guide 2016

Ontario County Resource Guide 2016

Ontario County Resource Guide 2016 Ontario County Public Health Healthy People in Healthy Communities Christy Richards R.N., BSN Linking People to Se...

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Ontario County Resource Guide 2016 Ontario County Public Health Healthy People in Healthy Communities Christy Richards R.N., BSN

Linking People to Services in Ontario County

In This Guide  Telephone Directory  Housing and Shelter Assistance  Domestic Violence Assistance  Food Pantries  Health Navigators  Infant Supplies  Child and Family Outreach  Community Agency Referral Forms

For further assistance and updates please call Ontario County Public Health 1-800-299-2995

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Hot Lines and Important Numbers 585-396-4111

Adult Protective Services

1-800-550-4900

Birthright of Victor

585-393-0437

Care Net (Pregnancy Center of Canandaigua) Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes 

Canandaigua

585-394-0190



Geneva

315-789-2235

Child Abuse Hotline: Public

1-800-342-3720

Child Abuse Hotline: Mandated Reporter

1-800-635-1522

Child Abuse – National Hotline – Child Help

1-800-422-4453 315-548-3232

Child Advocacy Center of the Finger Lakes Child Care Complaint Line (Certified Day Care)

1-800-732-5207

Child & Family Resources (crib and car seat programs)

1-800-881-5786 315-462-9561

Clifton Springs Hospital

1-888-623-2780

Dental Lifeline Network (for Disabled) Department of Social Services & HEAP 

Main Number

1-877-814-6907



Geneva Office

315-789-2841

Domestic Violence

(English)

1-800-695-0390

Domestic Violence

(Spanish)

1-800-942-6906

Early Intervention (Ontario County Public Health)

1-800-299-2995 911

Emergency Emergency Assistance, Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes

315-789-2686

Environmental Health-NYSDOH, Geneva District Office

315-789-3030

Family Planning Services 

Finger Lakes Community Health



Planned Parenthood (Canandaigua)

315-789-2410 1-866-600-6886

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Hot Lines and Important Numbers 

Family Planning Benefit of Central & Western NY

585-546-2771, ext. 343

F.F. Thompson Hospital & Clinic (Thompson Health)

585-396-6000

Finger Lakes Community Health (FQHC)

315-781-8448

Finger Lakes Health (Geneva General Hospital)

315-787-4000

Finger Lakes Regional Poison Center

1-800-222-1222

Finger Lakes WIC (SPCC WIC)

1-888-942-6886

FLACRA(Finger Lakes Addiction Counseling Referral Agency) 

Farmington (Formerly Turnings Substance Abuse)

585-396-4190



Clifton Springs – Addictions Crisis Center

315-462-7070



Clifton Springs – Outpatient

315-462-9466



Geneva – Outpatient

315-781-0771

Geneva Housing Authority

315-789-8010

Geneva General Hospital (Finger Lakes Health)

315-787-4000

Growing Up Healthy (Referral Service)

1-800-522-5006

Health Navigator (NYS Health Insurance Exchange) 

FF Thompson



Finger Lakes Health

315-781-8448



Newark Community Health

315-573-7577



Rushville Community Health Center

585-554-4400



S2AY Rural Health Network

1-888-758-7658

1-800-346-2211

High Risk OBGYN at Strong Memorial Hospital

585-487-3350 1-800-881-5786 or 315-7811491 585-396-4590

Healthy Families Ontario/Child & Family Resources Humane Society/Happy Tails Immunizations for travel – Passport Health

585-275-8884

Immunizations – Ontario County Public Health

1-800-299-2995

Jordan Health Center (Canandaigua, FQHC)

585-396-0222 3

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Hot Lines and Important Numbers Lead Testing for Children-Ontario County

1-800-299-2995

LAWNY (Legal Assistance of Western NY, Inc.)

315-781-1465

Lifeline (Rochester Mobile Crisis Team)

585-275-5151

2-1-1 LIFE LINE (24/7 crisis/suicide intervention program)

Dial 211 or 1-877-356-9211

Mental Health (See Yellow Pages for individual Providers)  Boike Mental Health

585-394-1442

 Canandaigua VA Medical Center

585-394-2000

 Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic

315-462-1050

 Family Counseling Service of the Finger Lakes

1-877-789-2613

 Lakeview Mental Health Services

315-789-5501

 Ontario County Mental Health

585-396-4363

MOMS Program

315-331-7990

NYS Department of Environmental Conservation

585-226-2466

NYS Department of Health Environmental (Geneva)

315-789-3030

NYS Department of Health

1-866-881-2809

Paternity Questions

1-800-362-2368

Prescription Saver (NYS Program)

1-800-788-6917

Planned Parenthood (Canandaigua)

1-866-600-6886

Rabies Prevention (Ontario County Public Health)

1-800-299-2995

Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN)

1-800-656-4673

Rushville Community Health Center (FQHC)

585-554-4400

Safe Harbors (Rape and Abuse Crisis Services)

1-800-247-7273

Salvation Army

585-394-6968

S2AY Rural Health Network

607-962-8459

Social Security Office (Geneva)

1-866-331-7759

Special Care OBGYN (Specializes in drug & alcohol pregnancies) 4

585-275-2401

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Hot Lines and Important Numbers Strong Memorial Hospital

585-275-2100

Suicide Prevention (2-1-1/LIFE LINE)

Dial 211 or 1-877-356-9211

Supervised Visitation Services (Catholic Charities of the FL) Trillium Health

585-394-0190 585-545-7200 or 1-800-266-9292

Victims Resource Center of the Finger Lakes, Inc.

1-866-343-8808

Visiting Nurse Care (Life Time Care) 

Home Care

585-214-1000



MOMS Program

315-331-7990



Geneva (previously Finger Lakes VNS)

315-789-9821 or 800-253-4439

Worksite Wellness in Ontario County

585-396-4343

The Ontario County Resource Guide is intended to connect the community, medical providers and service agencies with the resources available to residents of Ontario County. This list is updated yearly and is inclusive to the best of our knowledge. You will find health information on many of the pages within this resource guide. The information provided is general health information. Any specific health question should be directed to your physician. If you would like your service agency listed in this resource guide please contact Christy Richards at [email protected]

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Table of Contents Topic

Page

Topic

Page

Abuse

8-9

Food Pantries/Food Assistance

34-35

Addiction: Drugs & Alcohol

Food Stamps (SNAP)

35

Addiction: Smoking

9-10 11

Health Insurance/Health Navigators

36

AIDS/HIV

12

HEAP

35

Anger Management

13

Housing Assistance

36

Animal Welfare/Rabies

13

Immunizations for Children

36

Bereavement

14

Internet Safety

36

Birth Control Services

14-15

Lead Program

37

Breastfeeding Assistance

15-16

Legal Services

37

Budgeting Assistance

17

Libraries

38

Cancer Related Services

17-19

Life Line (Suicide Intervention)

38

Cash Assistance

19

Medicaid (See Health Ins./Health Navigators

36

Children’s Services

20-31

Mental Health

39



Adoption

20

Missing Children

40



Behavioral Assistance

20-21

Ontario County Child Support/Collections

40

Camps

21

Ontario County Public Health Services

40

Child Care Assistance

22

Parenting Issues/Classes

41

Child Care Centers

22-23

Police Department

41-42

Childhood Early Education

24

Pregnancy Programs

42-43

Child & Family Case Management

24

Rape (see Abuse)

9

Child Passenger Safety (Car Seats)

24-25

Recreation Programs-Parks, Clubs, Exercise

43-49

Child Protective Services (CPS)

25-26

Runaway Youth Services

49

Clothing

26

Smoking Cessation (see Addiction)

11

Dental Care/Dentists Accepting Medicaid

27-28

STD Testing/HIV Resources

49

Diabetes Education

28

Supervised Visitation

50

Drugs (see Addiction)

9-10

Support Groups

50

Eating Disorders

28

Transportation

50-51

Education (Schools)

29-30

Utility Assistance (Gas, electric, water)

52

Emergency Services

30-31

Visiting Nurse Services

52

Farmers Markets

31-33

Worksite Wellness, Ontario County Public Health

52

Fatherhood Program

34

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016

Appendices Topic

Page

A

Medicaid Eligibility 2014

53

A–1

Medicaid M.O.M.S

54

B

Catholic Charities Referral

55 – 56

C

Supply a Smile Packet

57-59

D

New York Donated Dental Services

60-65

E

Drug Drop Off Locations

66-67

F

Food Pantries

68

G

Food Stamp Eligibility Guidelines: October 2014

69-70

H

Healthy Families (English)

71

H–1

Healthy Families (Spanish)

72

I

Monroe Plan Referral Form

73

J

Needle (Sharps) Collection Sites

74

K

Thompson Health Education Classes

75

L

Boost Tutor for Chronically Ill Kids

76

M

Immunization Schedule (Kids)

77

N

Immunization (Babies)

78-80

O

RTS/Ontario Weekly Route to Wegmans

81

P

Baby Café Schedule

82

Q

Lactation Counselor & Maternal Child Health Referral Form

83

R

Ontario County Dental Card Program

84-85

S

Opioid Prevention Training Flyer

86

T

Strong Recovery Brochure

87

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 ABUSE Abuse related Mental Health Counseling Services-See Mental Health Alcoholism See Addiction Recovery Programs Child Advocacy Center of the Finger Lakes 315-548-3232 8 Banta Street, Suite 413 http://cacfingerlakes.org/ Phelps, NY 14532 The Child Advocacy Center of the Finger Lakes is a child-friendly location where allegations of physical or sexual abuse are responded to by a multidisciplinary team of professionals. From the time of the report through the end of the case, the multidisciplinary team will work together to conduct a thorough investigation and provide necessary support services to children and their non-offending caregivers. This model aims to reduce the trauma experienced by child victims. The Child Advocacy Center of the Finger Lakes has provided services to more than 700 children in Ontario County, NY since opening in 2008. Child Abuse/Incest  If the child is in immediate danger call 911 Childhelp® USA National Hotline 

1-800-422-4453 http://www.childhelp.org/

Childhelp exists to meet the physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children. We focus our efforts on advocacy, prevention, treatment and community outreach.

Child Abuse Hotline: New York State 1-800-342-3720 This is a hotline to report child abuse as a non-mandated reporter meaning a concerned civilian. Abuse may be in the form of physical, mental, or sexual. Lack of supervision, denying a child an education, and neglect are also forms of abuse. If the child is in immediate danger, call 911 Child Abuse Hotline: Mandated Reporter

1-800-635-1522

Department of Social Services, Ontario County Child Protective Services 3010 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-4111 http://www.ocfs.state.ny.us/main/cps/

Domestic Violence Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes, Inc. If you are in immediate danger, call 911.

1-800-247-7273 www.safeharborsfl.org

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 ABUSE, cont. Victim Resource Center of the Finger Lakes, Inc.

1-866-343-8808 http://www.vrcfl.org/home0.aspx

LAWNY (Formerly Legal Assistance of the Finger Lakes) 361 South Main Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-1465 1-866-781-LAFL http://www.lawny.org/

Rape

911

Rape and Abuse Crisis Service of the Finger Lakes 150 Castle Street Geneva, NY 14456

1-800-247-7273

Rape, Abuse, Incest National Hotline

1-800-656-HOPE

Reaching out for help is the first step. RAINN provides support for sexual assault victims & their loved ones.

http://rainn.org/get-help/national-sexualassault-online-hotline

New York State Domestic and Sexual Violence Hotline

1-800-942-6906 Spanish: 1-800-942-6908 https://www.health.ny.gov/prevention/se xual_violence/what_to_do.htm

Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes, Inc.

1-800-247–7273 http://safeharborsfl.org/

ADDICTION (Drugs and Alcohol) Resources for drug and alcohol information

1-800-622-2255 http://www.ncadd.org/index.php/learn-about-drugs

Addiction- Prescription Drug Abuse The prescription drugs most commonly abused:  Pain relievers: hydrocodone-Vicodin, oxycodone- OxyContin, morphine, fentanyl and codeine  Tranquilizers and sedatives (Xanax, Valium, and Librium)  Stimulants (Ritalin, Adderall and Dexedrine) Fact Sheet National Council on Alcohol & Drug Dependency:

http://www.ncadd.org/images/stories/PDF/factsh eet_ncadd_alcoholandprescriptiondrugs.pdf

Binge Drinking: When men consume 5 or more drinks, & when women consume 4 or more drinks, in about 2 hours

http://www.cdc.gov/alcohol/fact-sheets/bingedrinking.htm

Addiction in Pregnancy-High Risk Obstetrics at Strong Memorial Hospital 9

585-487-3350

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 ADDICTION (Drugs and Alcohol), cont. Special Care Clinic at Strong Memorial Hospital

585-275-2401 http://www.aisrochester.org

Alcoholics Anonymous  Rochester (24-hour answering service)  Geneva

http://www.aa.org/?Media=PlayFlash 585-232-6720 315-789-5955

Al-Anon/Alateen Hotline (General Information)

585-288-0540

Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic 2 Coulter Road Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-462-9561

Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic Inpatient and Outpatient Care 2 Coulter Road Clifton Springs, NY 14432 Council on Alcoholism and Addictions of the Finger Lakes 620 West Washington Street Geneva, NY 14456 FLACRA (Canandaigua) (Formerly known as Turnings) 1386 Hathaway Drive Suite A Farmington, NY 14425 FLACRA (Clifton Springs) 28 E. Main Street Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-462-1050

315-789-0310 http://www.councilonalcoholism.net/ 585-396-4190

315-462-9466 http://www.flacra.org/

FLACRA (Geneva) 246 Castle Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-0771

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) MADD’s mission to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking. Help for Parents (Drug and Alcohol):

1-877-275-6233 http://www.madd.org/ http://www.ncadd.org/index.php/forparents-overview/what-to-look-for

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 ADDICTION (Drugs and Alcohol), cont. National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence (NCADD) 217 Broadway, Suite 712 New York, NY 10007 Take a moment to complete the NCADD Self-Test

1-800-622-2255 www.ncadd.org http://www.ncadd.org/index.php/learnabout-alcohol/alcohol-abuse-self-test

Ontario County Youth-in-Crisis Program 585-396-4222 3010 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424 Contracted service providers include Family Counseling Services of the Finger Lakes & Finger Lakes Alcoholism Counseling & Referral Agency--including the alcohol crisis center for detoxification for youth over age 14. ADDICTION – Smoking If you have a health insurance company, give them a call and ask for help to quit smoking. Many insurance companies have medications and support programs to help you quit. NYS Smoker’s Quit Line (1-866-NYQUITS) will help you quit smoking. Medication patches may be available. Call MondayThursday (9 am-9 pm) & Friday-Sunday (9 am-5 pm). American Cancer Society

1-800-227-2345 http://www.cancer.org/

American Lung Association 1-800-586-487

http://www.lungusa.org/stop-smoking/

Free nicotine replacement:

https://www.nysmokefree.com/register/

Ontario County Public Health 3019 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-4558 Call about creating a smoke-free policy for your workplace.

Thompson Health: one-on-one coaches to help you stop smoking. Time Since Last Cigarette 20 minutes 12 Hours 2 weeks to 3 months 1 to 9 months 1 year 5 to 15 years 10 years 15 years

http://www.nysmokefree.com/

585-396-6111

Health Benefit Pulse rate drops; BP decreases; temperature of hands & feet return to normal. Carbon monoxide level in bloodstream drops to normal Circulation improves; lung function increases Coughing, sinus congestion, fatigue and shortness of breath decrease Added risk of coronary heart disease is half of a smoker’s Stroke risk is reduced to that of a non-smoker’s Risks of cancers of mouth, throat, esophagus, bladder, kidney, & pancreas decrease Risk of coronary heart disease is back to that of a non-smoker 11

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 AIDS/HIV HIV is the virus that causes AIDS. It is transmitted through the blood, semen, or vaginal secretions of infected persons. It is not transmitted through casual contact. Because you can’t tell if someone is HIV positive by looking at them, it is important to use latex condoms when you have sex & to avoid sharing IV drug needles/kits. If you do not know your HIV status, get tested. Treatment is available & works well at preventing progression to AIDS. AIDS/HIV Counseling and Testing Hotline

585-423-8081

NYS Department of Health HIV/ STD Testing & Referral 1-800-962-5063 335 East Main Street http://www.nyaidsline.org/app/index.php?pid=13 Rochester, NY 14604 The NYS Department of Health offers free and anonymous HIV counseling and testing at various locations in the Finger Lakes area. Bilingual Staff (Spanish) interpreters are available. New York State AIDS Hotline

1-800-541-2437

New York State HIV Counseling Hotline

1-800-872-2777

AIDS Network of Western New York 497 Amherst Street Lower Buffalo, NY 14207

716-882-7840 http://www.aidsnetwork.net/resource/hotlines/

Finger Lakes Community Health 601-B Washington Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-8448

HIV and STD testing information

http://tinyurl.com/gnzfk2n

Ontario County Public Health 3019 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

1-800-299-2995 http://www.co.ontario.ny.us/index.aspx?NID=800

Planned Parenthood 15 Lafayette Ave Canandaigua, NY 14424

1-866-600-6886 http://www.plannedparenthood.org/

Trillium Health (Formerly AIDS Care) 605 W. Washington Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-6303 1-800-422-0282 http://www.trilliumhealth.org

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 ANGER MANAGEMENT Anger management is learning to recognize early signs of anger & to take action without lashing out. Some signs of difficulty dealing with anger are:  Often feel you have to hold in your anger  Frequent arguments with your partner, children or co-workers  Legal troubles  Physical violence, such as hitting your partner or children or starting fights  Threats of violence against people or property  Out-of-control behavior, such as breaking things or driving recklessly G.A.T.E- Gaining Awareness through Education 365 South Main Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-1709 http://tinyurl.com/zakr9yw

ANIMAL WELFARE/CONTROL Happy Tails Ontario County Humane Society Inc. 2976 County Road 48 Canandaigua, NY 14424 Ask about the spay and neuter program.

585-396-4590 fax: 585.396.4805 http://www.ontariocountyhumanesociety.org/

Lollypop Farm 99 Victor Road Fairport, NY14450 Ontario County Rabies Clinic: Schedule Contact Ontario County Public Health for current Rabies Clinic Schedule or visit our website

585-223-1330 http://tinyurl.com/co5o5ed 1-800-299-2995 http://www.co.ontario.ny.us/index.aspx?NID=767

Ontario County Public Health Rabies Coordinator 3019 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424 Rabies questions after hours

585-396-4343 1-800-299-2995 Fax: 585-396-4551 Call 911 or 585-394-4560

Rabies Information New York State Sanitary Code

http://www.cdc.gov/rabies/

BATS: If you wake up to a bat or a bat is found in the room of a child or incapacitated adult, the bat must be tested for rabies. Catch it & notify the health department. Bats have tiny teeth. People have gotten rabies from bats when they did not know they were bitten. If you have bats in your home, find out how they are getting in have the problem corrected. HOW TO CATCH A BAT

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YhnV5WJQB A

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 BEREAVEMENT Everyone is a unique and grieves in his own way. Understanding stages of grief can be helpful after experiencing a loss. Talking to a mental health counselor while you are grieving can also help. Seven Stages of Grief by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross:  Shock-Is unable to react at all to the loss.  Denial-Mind refuses to accept the reality of the loss.  Anger-Not everyone experiences anger, but it is normal if you do.  Bargaining-Trying to "reason" your way out of the pain of the loss.  Depression-This too is normal, and it is very easy to be stuck in this stage for a long time.  Testing-Starting to find ways to move through the grief process.  Acceptance-Accepting the reality of the loss and moving forward. Thompson Health Bereavement Support Group

585-396-6780

Ontario County Mental Health 3019 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-393-4363 http://www.co.ontario.ny.us/index.aspx?nid=99

Clifton Springs Hospital Infant Loss Support Group

315-462-9561

“Resolve through Sharing”

585-396-6260

(See Mental Health Counseling) BIRTH CONTROL Planning pregnancies is beneficial for everyone, providing social, health and financial benefits for all members of the family. When unexpected pregnancies are avoided, mothers have more time to recover from pregnancy and childbirth, babies are breastfed longer, and parents have more time for their children and each other. There are numerous, effective birth control methods available in New York. Talk to your healthcare provider about one that is right for you. New York State Family Planning Benefit

585-546-2771, ext. 343 http://tinyurl.com/734m42x

Free, confidential coverage for family planning services to men, women, and teens with a financial need. Sign up the day of your visit at Finger Lakes Community Health or Planned Parenthood. Other services include: • Annual exams and Pap smears • Pregnancy tests • Infection checks and treatment • Most forms of birth control • Testing for anemia, high blood pressure, and breast disease

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 BIRTH CONTROL, cont. Finger Lakes Community Health (FQHC) Family Planning 601-B Washington Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-8448 http://flchealth.org/

Planned Parenthood 15 Lafayette Avenue Canandaigua, NY 14424

1-866-600-6886 https://www.plannedparenthood.org/healthcenter/centerDetails.asp?f=2352

Rushville Community Health Center (FQHC) 2 Rubin Drive Rushville, NY 14544

585-554-4400 http://rpcn.org/Rushville

BREASTFEEDING ASSISTANCE General Information about Breastfeeding

http://womenshealth.gov/breastfeeding/ http://tinyurl.com/ztfs3uq

Breastfeeding protects babies

1. Early breast milk (colostrum) is “liquid gold”. It is rich in nutrients and antibodies to protect your baby. 2. Breast milk changes as your baby grows. Colostrum changes to mature milk by the third to fifth day after birth. Mature breast milk has the right amount of fat, sugar, water, and protein to help your baby grow. 3. Breast milk is easier to digest than formula, especially for premature babies. The proteins in formula come from cow’s milk and some babies have trouble digesting them. Pre-term, formula-fed babies have a higher risk of necrotizing enterocolitis, a serious disease that affects babies’ intestines. 4. Breast milk fights disease. Cells, hormones, and antibodies in breast milk protect babies from illness. Breastfed babies have fewer ear infections, diarrheal illnesses &respiratory infections than formula-fed babies. Some research suggests breastfeeding reduces the risk of childhood diabetes, leukemia & atopic dermatitis (skin rash). Asthma, obesity & type 2 diabetes are less common in those who were breastfed. 5. Breastfeeding decreases the likelihood a baby will die of SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome). Breastfeeding benefits mothers 1. It may take a little more effort than formula feeding at first, but it makes life easier in time. There are no bottles & nipples to sterilize and no measuring and mixing of formula. Breastmilk is pre-warmed and convenient for middle-of-the-night feedings. 2. It saves money. Formula and feeding supplies can cost over $1,500 during a baby’s first year. Because breastfed babies are sick less often, parents miss less work and health care costs are lower. 3. It provides opportunities for physical contact. This makes babies feel secure, warm, and comforted and requires moms to take time to relax and bond with their little ones. The skin-to-skin contact boosts mom’s milk hormone levels and offers a calming effect. 4. It is linked to lower risks of type 2 diabetes, breast cancer, ovarian cancer and postpartum depression. 15

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 BREASTFEEDING ASSISTANCE, cont. FF Thompson Hospital Birth Center 350 Parrish Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-6497 http://tiny.cc/pwm67x

Le Leche League (Maureen Weidman) PO Box 54 Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-548-7980 http://www.llli.org/

La Leche League-Mother to Mother Breastfeeding Support Groups  Rochester Area  Finger Lakes-Maureen Weidman, IBCLC, RLC

Call 211 or 585-275-5151 315-548-7980

Ontario County Public Health 3019 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

1-800-299-2995 585-396-4558 http://www.co.ontario.ny.us/index.aspx?nid=101

Maternal Child home visits available upon request, at no charge. Visits are tailored to the needs of the client & family. Nurses provide education on pregnancy, labor & delivery, newborn care, breastfeeding, safety, parenting, immunization, lead poisoning prevention and nutrition. Healthcare providers-see appendix P for referral form. Community members call Ontario County Public Health to speak with a nurse. Worksites-Let Ontario County Public Health help you create a worksite lactation policy that complies with NY State Law.

585-396-4343

CDC Toolkit -Worksite Lactation Policy

http://tiny.cc/u1m67x

SPCC WIC: Breastfeeding Peer Counselor & Breast Pump Programs

585-394-9240 x305 1-888-942-6886 http://www.health.ny.gov/prevention/nutrition/wic/

Child and Family Resources: Teresa Kennedy, CLC Natalie Ball, CLC

585-919-2476 ext.2506 315-781-1491 ext.2219

Ontario County Public Health: Clinical Lactation Counselor

585-396-4343

Seneca County Department of Health: Clinical Lactation Counselor

315-539-1945 585-396-4343

Yates County Public Health: Clinical Lactation Counselor

315-536-5160

Wayne County Public Health: Bilingual Clinical Lactation Counselor

315-946-5749

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 CANCER SERVICES Insider tip: Every hospital has social workers or care managers to help you navigate the healthcare system and anticipate what services you will need after you go home. Care managers know what nursing services are available in your area. Do not hesitate to contact a hospital social worker on behalf of your hospitalized loved one. All hospitals must help patients make plans for discharge. American Cancer Society Finger Lakes Region Office 1120 South Goodman St. Rochester, NY 14620 Hope Lodge (A.C.S. housing) 1120 Goodman Street South Rochester, New York

http://www.cancer.org/ 585-288-1950 1-800-ACS-2345 1-800-227-2345 585-224-4900 http://tiny.cc/5un67x

Cancer Services Program Clifton Springs & Clinic 2 Coulter Road Clifton Springs, NY 14432

1-866-442-2262 315-462-9561 http://www.cshosp.com/ http://www.health.ny.gov/diseases/cancer/services/

Finger Lakes Hematology and Oncology

315-462-1472

Finger Lakes Radiation Oncology Center

315-462-5711

Elizabeth Wende Breast Clinic (Mammography) Main Office-Brighton 170 Sawgrass Drive Rochester, NY 14620

585-442-2190 http://www.ewbc.com/

Victor Office 7375 State Route 96, Suite 100 Victor, NY 14564

585- 442-2190

Finger Lakes Breast Care (Mammography) 2 Coulter Road Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-462-1750 http://www.cshosp.com/Breast-Care-Services.html

Finger Lakes Health (Mammography) Geneva General Hospital Scheduling Services 196 North Street Geneva, NY 14456 Golisano Children’s Hospital (Strong Memorial)

315-787-4555 http://www.flhealth.org/ 585-275-2171 http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/childrenshospital.aspx

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 CANCER SERVICES, cont. Geneva Community Health (screenings) 601-B Washington Street Suite B Geneva, NY 14456 Spanish interpreters available

315-781-8448 http://tiny.cc/tup67x

Jordan Health Center (screenings) 120 North Main Street Room 11 Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-0222 http://www.jordanhealth.org/jordanwpcms/

Medicaid Cancer Treatment Program (MCTP) 1-866-442-2262 Insurance Coverage http://tiny.cc/czp67x The Medicaid Cancer Treatment Program (MCTP) is a Medicaid program for eligible persons who are found to be in need of treatment for breast, cervical, colorectal or prostate cancer (and in some cases, pre-cancerous conditions of these organs). To be enrolled in the MCTP, an individual must complete an application with a New York State Department of Health Cancer Services Program (CSP) trained designee, referred to as a Designated Qualified Entity (DQE). A DQE is a person designated and trained by the New York State Department of Health as a "Qualified" entity, for the purpose of assisting individuals to complete the MCTP application.” Planned Parenthood Routine Cancer Screening 15 Lafayette Avenue Canandaigua, NY 14424

1-866-660-6886 http://tiny.cc/ubt67x

Prescription Assistance, cancer meds E.P.I.C.-Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage Program Application

1-800-332-3742 http://www.health.ny.gov/health_care/epic/index.htm http://www.health.ny.gov/forms/doh-3409.pdf

Prescription Saver- NYS Online brochure

1-800-788-6917 http://www.health.ny.gov/forms/doh-4460.pdf

Rushville Community Health Center Routine Cancer Screening 2 Rubin Drive Rushville, NY 14544 Spanish interpreters available.

585-554-4400 http://rpcn.org/rushville/

Sands Cancer Center 360 Parrish Street Canandaigua, NY 14424 Radiation Oncology Ask about the Breast Health Patient Navigation Program. 18

585-396-6161

585-396-6180 585-393-7040

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 CANCER SERVICES, cont. Thrive to Survive (Support group)

[email protected] http://www.thrivetosurvive.org/

Thompson Health Breast Cancer Support Group Care Givers Support Group Prostate Cancer Educational Support Group

http://www.thompsonhealth.com/ 585-396-6111 585-396-6780 585-396-6111

Ronald McDonald House (Housing) 333 Westmoreland Drive Rochester, NY 14620

585-442-5437 http://www.rmhcrochester.org/

CASH ASSISTANCE Ontario County Department of Social Services

1-877-814-6907

CHILDRENS SERVICES ADOPTION Birthright of Victor (Adoption Referral) 221 South High Street Victor, NY 14564

585-924-1990 1-800-550-4900 http://birthright.org/en/

Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes; Regional Office (Geneva) 94 Exchange Street Geneva, New York 14456

315-789-2235 http://www.catholiccharitiesfl.org/

Care Net Pregnancy Center (Adoption Referral) 120 North Main Street # 28 http://carenetcan.org/ Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-393-0437

Child & Family Resources (Adoption Support) 671 South Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-1491

New Hope Family Service 3519 James Street Syracuse, NY 13206

315-437-8300 1-800-272-3171 http://www.newhopefamilyservices.com/

STAR Adoption Agency 131 John Muir Drive Amherst, NY 14228

1-866-691-3300 http://www.adoptionstar.com/

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 CHILDRENS SERVICES, cont. BABY SUPPLIES Birthright of Victor 221 High Street Victor, NY 14564

585-924-1990 1-800-550-4900 http://birthright.org/en/

Geneva Center of Concern 58 Avenue D Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-1117

Child & Family Resources, Inc. Car seat Program 671 South Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456 Salvation Army South Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

315-781-1491 1-800-881-5786 http://www.cfresources.org/ 585-394-3531 http://www.salvationarmy.org/ https://www.facebook.com/salvationarmycanandaigua

Salvation Army 41 North Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-1055 http://tinyurl.com/gvar8qv

Second Season ½ Coulter Road Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-462-3293

BEHAVIORAL ASSISTANCE Hillside Family of Agencies

585-256-7500 https://www.hillside.com/ 585-394-0180

Canandaigua location Ontario County Youth Care Facility Hopewell 3093 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424     

   

Developmental Disabilities Services for Youth Non-Secure Detention Services Residential Services Family Development Early Childhood Development

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Education & Day Services Out-Patient & Treatment Services Foster Care Youth Development

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 CHILDREN’S SERVICES, Behavioral Assistance, cont. PINS- Person in Need of Supervision Program. This program is accessed through the Ontario County Department of Probation.

585-396-4222

S.T.A.R. (Student Transition and Recovery) S.T.A.R. is an educational program which focuses on keeping at risk young people and teens at home and in their home school district while focusing on teaching personal responsibility, self-respect and as well as respect for others and success in school. Canandaigua S.T.A.R. location: 103 Leicester St., Canandaigua NY 14424

http://www.flkids.com/ http://www.starprogracom

CAMPS Camp Bristol Hills 4-H Site 4437 Kear Road Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-7838 http://www.4-hcampbristolhills.org/

Camp Bristol Hills 4-H Office 480 North Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-3977ext 2 Fax: 585-394-0377

Camp Dittmer (Boy Scouts) BSA-Iroquois Trail Council 2228 Toll Road Phelps, NY 14532

315-548-3474

Hobart & Williams Smith Colleges 300 Poultney Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-3000

HWS Conferences & Events Harris House 678 South Main Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-3103 http://www.hws.edu/offices/conferences/

Letourneau Christian Center, Inc. 4950 County Road 11 Rushville, NY 14544

585-554-3400 1-800-856-3844 http://www.letourneau.org/

J. Warren Cutler Scout Reservation (BSA) 7131 Gulick Road Naples, NY 14512

585-374-5770 http://www.senecawaterways.org/contact-cutler/

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 CHILDCARE ASSISTANCE Child & Family Resources Canandaigua: 514 South Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

1-800-881-5786 585-919-2476

Geneva: 671 South Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-1491 http://www.cfresources.org/

Call Child & Family Resources for a list of available certified daycare providers in your area. Department of Social Services 3010 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-4060 www.ocfs.state.ny.us

Income eligible families may receive assistance paying for child care. Have your household income information, picture identification and proof of residency ready and call for more information. CHILDCARE CENTERS Agri-Business Child Development 5 Goodman Street Geneva, NY 14456

(ABCD)

315-781-3267 http://www.abcd.ny.org

Canandaigua Early Childhood Center 55 Wilcox Lane Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-5310 http://www.ccdpkids.net/cecc.html

Clifton Spring’s YMCA (Preschool, Before & After) 10 Crane Street Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-462-6184 315-462-5437 http://www.csaymca.org/

Doodle Bugs Daycare 7383 State Route 96 Victor, NY 14564

585-742-1200 http://www.doodlebugs.com/

Finger Lakes Community College Child Care Marvin Sands Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-6666 x3325 http://www.flcc.edu/offices/childcare/

Geneva YMCA (Before & After School) 399 William Street Geneva NY 14456

315-789-1616 http://www.genevafamilyymca.org/

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 CHILDCARE CENTERS, cont. Greater Canandaigua Family YMCA (School Age and Preschool) 32 North Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-1440 http://www.canandaigua-ymca.org/ http://tiny.cc/2bx67x

Serves K-5th graders. Before & after school programs in Canandaigua, Livonia, Naples (pm only) & Bloomfield. Happiness House, Finger Lakes CPCanandaigua 5415 County Road 30 Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-1190 http://www.happinesshouse.org/

Happiness House, Finger Lakes CP - Geneva 731 Pre-Emption Road Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-6850 http://www.happinesshouse.org/

Head Start, Happiness House Site 5415 County Road 30 Canandaigua NY 14424

585-394-1190 http://www.happinesshouse.org/

Head Start, Phelps-Clifton Springs 9 Village Drive Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-462-3609 http://www.ccdpkids.net/headstart.html

Head Start, Geneva City Schools Site 400 West North Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-0400ext 7001 http://www.genevacsd.org/

Jack and Jill Childcare, Inc. 14 Framark Drive Victor NY, 14564

585-924-9550 http://www.jacknjillchildcare.com/

Jim Dooley Center for Early Learning 196 North Street Geneva NY 14456

315-787-4190

Kinder Care Learning Center 615 Fishers Run Victor, NY 14564

585-924-0290 http://www.kindercare.com/our-centers/victor/ny/

Our Children’s Place 9 Village Drive Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-462-3174

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: CHILDREN AND PARENTS Happiness House 5415 County Road 30 Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-9510 http://www.happinesshouse.org/

Happiness House 731 Pre-Emption Road Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-6828 http://www.happinesshouse.org/

Birth to Five Program: Happiness House combines evaluations, pre school education, therapy services, autism support and services coordination to help children in the Finger Lakes Region. Evaluation Services: Comprehensives development evaluation services for children from birth to five years of age with known or suspected development disabilities or delay. Literacy Volunteers (Adult) 208 South Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-1686 http://www.literacyvoc.org/

Ontario County ARC 3071 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-7500 http://www.ontarioarc.org/

CHILD AND FAMILY- CASE MANAGEMENT Child and Family Resources, Inc. 670 South Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456 See appendix for referral forms

315-781-1491 http://www.cfresources.org/

Child & Family Resources provides affordable, accessible programs that enhance and support the education of parents. Its mission - to encourage the highest quality of care and positive learning experiences for all young children. Spanish-speaking staff is available. Child & Family Resources assists parents in developing their family strengths through parenting classes and home visiting programs. We offer classes on various topics. Any parent desiring to learn more about parenting skills is invited to attend. Visitation with a trained supervisor is available at Child & Family Resources in a family friendly setting, on an asneeded basis. By appointment, Family Educators can accommodate family and attorney requests for visitation in one of our two locations. Age-appropriate activities are available and offer parents an opportunity to interact with their children in a positive manner. The center provides a sliding-fee for services for court-referred parents. CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY PROGRAM Ontario County Sheriff’s Office

585-396-4666 or after hours (800) 394-4560

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY PROGRAM, cont. Car Seat Inspections Technicians assist parents in the selection, installation, and adjustment of the appropriate child passenger safety seat for their child. Seats and supplies are funded through a grant from the New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Car Seat Replacement Several problems may lead to the replacement of the safety seat. If the child is too heavy or too tall for the seat, if the seat has been in a crash, or if the seat is expired (more six years old), the technician will replace the problem seat with a new one that is compatible with the child and the vehicle in which it will be used. Moving to Front-Facing Safety Seats Until a child reaches at least 1 year old and the upper weight limit of the seat, the seat should remain rearfacing, as the child’s neck muscles are not developed enough to support the child’s head. Ideally, the child should remain rear-facing until they are at least 2 years old. How Long to Use Safety Seats NY State law requires a child to be in a child safety seat until they are 8 years old. However, children should remain in some type of child safety seat until they are 4-foot, 9-inches tall or they reach the upper weight limit of the seat. Standard seat belts are designed for someone 5-foot, 6-inches tall with a weight of 125 pounds. General Guidelines:  Rear facing infant seats will fit a child under 22 pounds.  Most rear facing convertible seats will fit a child from 5-35 pounds.  Children should remain rear facing until reaching the upper weight limit of their seat.  Forward facing convertible seats will fit a child up to 40 pounds.  Forward facing only seats with harness will fit a child up to at least 40 pounds.  Belt positioning boosters (without a harness) will fit a child up to 80 pounds, although some newer booster seats have an upper weight limit of 100 pounds. Always consult the owner’s manual for your specific seat and vehicle and follow the manufacturer’s recommendations. CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES (Also see Abuse)    

Child abuse is physical - shaking, hitting, beating, burning, or biting a child. Child abuse is emotional - constantly blaming or putting down a child; excessive yelling, shaming. Child abuse is sexual - incest, any forced sexual activity, exposure to sexual stimulation not appropriate for the child's age. Child abuse is neglect - a pattern of failure to provide for the child's physical needs, such as food, clothing, shelter, and medical care -a pattern of failure to provide for the child's emotional needs, such as affection, attention, and supervision.

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES, cont. Department of Social Services, Ontario County 3019 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-4111

To report child abuse you must first phone the New York State Child Abuse Hotline (1-800-342-3720). If the child is in immediate danger, call 911. New York State Child Abuse/Child Protective Services Hotline

1-800-342-3720 http://www.childhelp.org/

Hotline to report child abuse as a non-mandated reporter. Abuse may be physical, mental, or sexual. Lack of supervision, denying a child an education, and neglect are also forms of abuse. A Child Abuse investigator will investigate the report within 24 hours. If the child is in immediate danger, call 911. CLOTHING Salvation Army South Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

C: 585-394-3531 G:315-789-1055 http://salvationarmyusa.org/

41 North Street Geneva, NY 14456

Adult and youth service programs , friendly visitor program , summer camp for youth ages 7-14, volunteer programs and services to families in need. Canandaigua:  Senior citizen program-recreation, education, inspiration, special field trips and cultural events  Pre-school program, after school children’s program and teen drop-in center  Thrift store  V.A. dinner and recreation  Sunday services: 11 a.m.  Sunday school: 10 a.m.

Geneva:  Children’s programs for ages 6-15  Ladies Home League  Emergency services  Food pantry  Sunday services: 11 a.m.  Sunday school: 10:15 a.m.

Wellspring Church, Inc. 22 Teft Avenue Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-548-6292 x30 http://tinyurl.com/zghh458

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 DENTAL CARE Dental Services for Children at Eastman Dental University of Rochester Medical Center 625 Elmwood Avenue Rochester, NY 14620 Accepts Medicaid

585-275-5051 http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/dentistry.aspx

Rushville Health Center Dental and Medical Services 2 Rubin Drive Rushville, New York 14544 Accepts Medicaid

585-554-4400 http://rpcn.org/rushville

Geneva Community Health Dental and Medical Services 601-B Washington Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-8448 http://flchealth.org/dental

New York State Dental Foundation In partnership with Mission of Mercy 20 Corporate Woods Blvd., Ste 602 Albany NY 12211

518-465-0044 1-800-255-2100 http://www.nysdentalfoundation.org/

DENTISTS ACCEPTING MEDICAID Dentistry Today 325 South Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-919-0267

Eastman Dental Clinic 625 Elmwood Ave Rochester, NY 14620

585-275-5051

Family Dentistry of the Finger Lakes 8623 East Main Street Honeoye, NY 14471

585-229-2588

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 DENTISTS ACCEPTING MEDICAID, cont. Geneva Community Health Center 601B Washington Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-8448

Rushville Dental Clinic 2 Rubin Drive Rushville, NY 14544

585-554-6824

Sia Hersini, DDS 324 West North Street. Suite 6 Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-9054

Sunook Hwang, DDS 54 West Main Street Bloomfield, NY 14469

585-657-6909

Unity Dental Group 89 Genesee Street 2nd Floor Rochester, NY 14611

585-368-3800

Unity Dental Satellite 2060 Fairport Nine Mile Road Penfield, NY 14526

585-377-5810

DIABETIC EDUCATORS Clifton Spring Hospital Geneva General Hospital Thompson Health

315-462-9561 315-787-4200 585-396-6000

Diabetes is a condition in which the body either does not produce enough, or does not properly respond to, insulin, a hormone produced in the pancreas. Insulin enables cells to absorb glucose. This causes glucose to accumulate in the blood. EATING DISORDERS National Eating Disorder Association (See Mental Health)

1-800-931-2237 http://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 EDUCATION Schools in Ontario County Finger Lakes Community College 3325 Marvin Sands Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-3500 http://www.flcc.edu/

Bloomfield Central School 45 Maple Ave. Bloomfield, NY 14469

585-657-6121 ext. 2005/2004 http://www.bloomfieldcsd.org/

Calvary Chapel Christian School PO Box 25099 1777 Route 332 Farmington, NY, 14425-0144

585-398-2218 http://ccfingerlakes.org/#/christian-school

Canandaigua City Schools 143 North Pearl Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-3700 http://www.canandaiguaschools.org/

Geneva City Schools 400 West North Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-0400 http://www.genevacsd.org/

Hobart and William Smith Colleges Geneva, NY 14456 (315) 781-3000

http://www2.hws.edu/

Honeoye Central School 8528 Main Street Honeoye, NY 14471

585-229- 5171 http://www.honeoye.org/

Literacy Volunteers of Ontario, Yates, Inc. 208 Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

1-888-546-5862 585-396-1686 http://literacyvoc.org/

Marcus Whitman 4100 Baldwin Road Rushville, NY 14544

585-554-4848 http://www.mwcsd.org/

Midlakes Central School 1490 Route 488 Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-548-6420 http://www.midlakes.org/

Naples Central School 136 North Main Street Naples, NY 14512

585-374-7900 http://www.naples.k12.ny.us/

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 EDUCATION cont. Red Jacket Central School 1506 State Route 21 Shortsville, NY 14548

585- 289-3964 http://www.redjacket.org/

St. Francis/St. Stevens School 17 Elmwood Avenue Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-1828 http://www.stfrancisststephens.org/

St. Mary’s School 16 Gibson Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-4300 http://www.stmaryscanandaigua.org/

Victor Central School 953 High Street Victor, NY 14564

585-924-3252 http://www.victorschools.org/

EMERGENCY SERVICES American Red Cross in the Finger Lakes Greater Rochester Chapter 50 Prince Street Rochester, NY 14607

585-241-4400 http://tinyurl.com/hm2meog

*Disaster Assistance & Service to the military is available 24 hours a day. Geneva 315-789-1522 West Ontario County 585-241-4400 (or) 585-394-2260 ARC Activities and Services:  Emergency and disaster relief  HIV/AIDS peer education Emergency energy assistance  Emergency preparedness education and response  Advocacy and referral assistance  Service to military and their families  “I’m O.K.” For seniors program  Blood donor information and services  Community volunteer opportunities for youth and adults  Health and Safety courses-First Aid; Infant, Child and Adult CPR; AED; CPR for the professional rescuer; Aquatics and Baby-sitting, and “Till help Arrives” Wellspring Church, Inc. 315-548-6292 x30 22 Teft Avenue http://tinyurl.com/zghh458 Clifton Springs, NY 14432 Red Cross disaster area

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 EMERGENCY SERVICES, Cont. Is your Family Ready for an Emergency? http://www.ready.gov/ Items to Include in a Basic Emergency Supply Kit  Water: one gallon of water per person per day for at least three days  Food: at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food. Can opener if using canned foods.  Battery-powered or hand crank radio: and a NOAA Weather Radio with tone alert and extra batteries  Flashlight: and extra batteries  First aid kit  Whistle: to signal for help  Dust mask: to help filter contaminated air and plastic sheeting and duct tape  Moist towelettes: garbage bags and plastic ties for personal sanitation  Wrench or pliers: to turn off utilities  Local maps  Cell phone: with chargers, inverter or solar charger Emergency Assistance/Homelessness 585-362-5484 No Where to go Blankets, Gift Cards, ect. FAMILY MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING (See Mental Health) FARMERS MARKETS Cornell Cooperative Extension 480 North Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424 Roadside stands, farmers markets, you pick farms, local meats and specialty items.

585-394-3977 http://fingerlakesagriculture.com/ http://www.co.ontario.ny.us/DocumentCenter/View/6783

Bloomfield Schlenker Farm Market 8424 Route 5&20 Bloomfield, NY 14469

585-764-0894

White’s Farm Market 2180 Route 64 North Bloomfield, NY 14469

585-657-7656

Canandaigua Beacon Farm Market 3895 Route 5&20 Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-4693 Sat. 8:30-12:30 (June – September)

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 FARMERS MARKETS, cont. Mill Street Market Pavilion Behind the Chamber of Commerce between Lafayette Street and Main Street Canandaigua

Sat. 8:30-12:30 June – October

Canandaigua VA Farmers Market VA Medical Center 400 Fort Hill Avenue CanandaiguaTuesdays 1:30 – 5:00 Clifton Springs Clifton Springs Farmers Market 15 Railroad Ave. Clifton Springs, NY 14432

Fridays 3:00 – 6:00 June – September

Sheppard Farms 2653 County Road 20 Stanley, NY 14561

585-526-6606

Geneva Geneva Farmer’s Market Exchange Street Parking Lot Geneva, NY 14456

www.geneva.ny.us Thursdays, June-October

Red Jacket Orchards 957 Route 5&20 Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-2749 https://redjacketorchards.com/

Naples Jerome’s U-Pick 6936 State Route 53 Naples, NY 14512

585-374-6112 June-Oct.

Joseph’s Wayside Market 201 South Main Street Naples, NY 14512

585-374-2380 josephs-wayside.com

Naples Natural Farmers Market 197 North Main Street Naples, NY 14512

June 28-November 1 Every other Saturday 8-12 noon

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 FARMERS MARKETS, cont. Phelps Hobvale Fruits 98 Bostwick Road Phelps, NY 14532

315-789-5446

Phelps Farmers Market Phelps Mercantile 62 Ontario Street Phelps, NY 14532 Shortsville Fish’s Farm Market 4494 Mount Payne Road Shortsville, NY 14548

585-289-4215 www.fishfarmmarket.com

Fresh-Ayr Farm Market 4846 State Route 96 Shortsville, NY 14548

585-289-3720 May-Oct. 9:00-6:00 pm daily

Shortsville Farm Market Budd Park Water St. Shortsville, NY 14548

Thursday evenings during summer

Victor Apple Farm 1640 State Route 444 Victor, NY 14564 You pick apples

585-924-3420 thevictorapplefarm.com

Hardy’s Farm Market 1964 State Route 444 Victor, NY 14564

585-857-6520 May-Nov.

Snuffy’s Farm Market 7161 State Route 96 Victor, NY 14564

Open 7 Days/week in season

Victor Farm Market Village Hall Parking Lot

May-October Wednesdays 3-7 pm

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 FATHERHOOD PROGRAMS Child and Family Resources, Inc. 671 South Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-1491 x216 http://www.cfresources.org/

FOOD PANTRY AND FOOD ASSISTANCE Some food pantries also provide diapers. Contact your local food pantry or SPCC program for more information. CCIA Food Pantry 120 North Main Street, Suite 31 Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-7450 Wednesday, Friday Saturday 10-12:00

Catholic Charities 94 Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-2235 http://www.catholiccharitiesfl.org/

Community Lunch Program Geneva First United Methodist Church 340 Main Street Geneva, NY 14456 Crosswinds Downtown Food Pantry & Family Resource Center 120 North Main Street, Suite 27 Canandaigua, NY 14424

315-789-6550 Monday-Friday 11:45-12:15 585-393-4310 http://www.crosswindsonline.org/crosswinds-downtown/

Foodlink, Inc. 1999 Mount Reed Boulevard Rochester, NY 14615

585-328-3380 http://foodlinkny.org/

Finger Lakes SPCC Program Locations in Geneva and Canandaigua Women Infant Children Program

585-394-9240 1-888-942-6886

Continuing Activities and Services:  SPCC provides supplemental foods and nutrition education to children under five and eligible women (pregnant, postpartum and breast-feeding).  The program provides food checks to buy selected, approved foods high in nutrients needed for growth, development and general health.  Financial, residential and nutritional eligibility requirements apply.  Bilingual Staff (Spanish) Geneva Center of Concern, Inc. 58 Avenue D Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-1117

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 FOOD PANTRY AND FOOD ASSISTANCE, cont. NAPLES OPEN CUPBOARD Harwood Lane Naples, NY 14512

585-374-8697 http://www.tfcnaples.org/Missions.htm

St. Bridget’s Church 15 Church Street Bloomfield, NY 14469

585-377-0797 Wed & Sat 10-noon, Fri 4-6pm

SALVATION ARMY KIDS CAFÉ 110 Saltonstall Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-6968 http://salvationarmycdga.org/

SALVATION ARMY – GENEVA 41 North Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-1055 http://salvationarmygeneva.com/index.html

ST FELIX FOOD CUPBOARD 12 Hibbard Avenue Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-462-5647

Victor-Farmington Cupboard 1246 Commercial Drive, Bldg B Farmington, NY 14425

585-924-2720

WELLSPRING CHURCH INC 22 Teft Avenue Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-548-6292 x30 http://tinyurl.com/zghh458 Every other Tuesday 5-7pm

FOOD STAMPS (SNAP) Food Stamp income Eligibility SNAP Eligibility: SNAP Application: If you are pregnant or have a child under the age of 5, SPAA may also be of help.

http://otda.ny.gov/programs/snap/#eligibility http://otda.ny.gov/programs/apply/#snap http://www.health.ny.gov/publications/4081.pdf

Ontario County Department of Social Services Canandaigua Geneva NYS Food Stamp Hotline

585-394-4060 315-789-2841 1-800-342-3009

HEAP (Home Energy Assistance Program) NYS HEAP hotline:

http://otda.ny.gov/programs/heap/ 1-800-342-3009

HERR (Heating Equipment Repair and Replacement) benefits are available under limited circumstances. Questions regarding the HEAP or HERR programs should be directed to your Local Department of Social Services Office (585-394-4060) or the NYS HEAP Hotline. 35

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 HEALTH INSURANCE/HEALTH NAVIGATOR Ontario County has individuals to help you apply for Medicaid, Medicare and the NY State Marketplace. Tip from Ontario County Public Health: If you are pregnant and in need of Health Insurance for yourself and/or your children. Contact the MOMS Program from Lifetime Care. The nurse will assist you with your Medicaid application, provide case management and pregnancy, and newborn education and refer you to WIC as well as multiple other agencies within Ontario County. Call Lifetime Care 585-214-1000. New York State Health Insurance Exchange

https://nystateofhealth.ny.gov/

S2AY Rural Health Network

1-800-346-2211

FF Thompson Health Navigators

1-888-758-7658 http://tinyurl.com/hl6lh7s

Geneva Community Health 601-B West Washington Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-8448

Newark Community Health 513 West Union Street Newark, NY 14513

315-573-7577

Rushville Health Center 2 Rubin Drive Rushville, NY 14544

585-554-4400

HOUSING ASSISTANCE Emergency Housing/ Shelter for Families (Ontario County DSS)

585-396-4060

Geneva Housing Authority - Section 8- Not Emergency Housing 315-789-8010 41 Lewis Street http://www.genevahousingauthority.com/contact.php PO Box 153, 41 Lewis Street Geneva, NY 14456 IMMUNIZATIONS FOR CHILDREN Ontario County Public Health 3019 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

1-800-299-2995 585-396-4343

Your child may be eligible for free or reduced cost immunization. INTERNET SAFETY Safe Kids

http://www.safekids.com/

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 LEAD PROGRAM (Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention) Ontario County Public Health Lead Prevention Program 3019 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

1-800-299-2995

“Lead Testing at 1 and 2 is What We Do!” It is a New York State Law for pregnant women and children ages 1 and 2 years old be tested for Lead Poisoning. Has your child been tested? Why test children for Lead Poisoning?  Many children with Lead Poisoning have no symptoms, even with Lead Levels high enough to cause learning and behavioral issues.  High Lead Levels in pregnant women can cause miscarriage and still birth as well as learning and behavior problems after the birth of your baby. How can you protect your child from Lead Poisoning?  Fix peeling lead paint and make home repairs using EPA Safe Lead Practice Guidelines. Contact Ontario County Public Health for a free booklet.  Wash hands, toys, bottles, windows and floors frequently.  Be careful not to bring lead home on clothes, toys and jewelry.  Keep lead out of your food and tap water.  Let water run for 1 minute before using it.  Use lead free dishes.  Serve foods that have calcium, iron and vitamin C. These foods help to keep lead from being stored in your child’s body. Your child may be eligible for a finger stick lead level, Call 1-800-299-2995 today! LEGAL SERVICES LAWNY (Legal Assistance of the Western NY, Inc.) 361 South Main Street Geneva, NY 14456 Bilingual staff (Spanish)         

1-866-781-LAFL (5235) 315-781-1465 fax: 1-315-781-2565 www.lawny.org Free legal services to low-income people and other vulnerable population in civil law. Priorities: SSI disability benefits; housing (private landlord-tenant/public, subsidized housing, and home owner’s problems), family law, seniors, domestic violence, special education law, and community legal education. Domestic violence. Seniors with general civil legal problems in Ontario, Seneca, Wayne and Yates counties. Crime victims. Home-based child care providers with business law problems in Livingston, Ontario, and Wayne counties. Pregnant and parenting minors with civil legal problems who reside in Livingston, Ontario, & Wayne counties. People, for whom Spanish is their primary language, with economic security problems in Livingston, Ontario, and Wayne Counties. Administers the Finger Lakes volunteer lawyer services. 37

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 LIBRARIES in ONTARIO COUNTY Canandaigua Wood Library 134 N. Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-1381 http://woodlibrary.org/

Clifton Springs Clifton Springs Library 4 Railroad Avenue Clifton Springs, NY 14432 East Bloomfield Bloomfield Public Library 9 Church Street East Bloomfield, NY 14469

315-462-7371 http://www.cliftonspringslibrary.blogspot.com/

585-657-6264 http://bloomfieldpubliclibrary.wordpress.com/library-board/

Geneva Geneva Public Library 244 Main Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-5303 http://genevapubliclibrary.net/

Gorham Gorham Free Library 2664 Main Street Gorham, NY 14461

585-526-6655 http://gorhamfreelibrary.wordpress.com/

Phelps Phelps Community Memorial Library 8 Banta Street, Suite 208 Phelps, NY 14532

315-548-3120 http://www.phelpslibrary.org/

Shortsville Red Jacket Community Library 7 Lehigh Avenue – P.O. Box 370 Shortsville, NY 14548

585-289-3559 http://www.redjacket.pls-net.org/

Victor Victor Farmington Library 15 West Main Street Victor, NY 14564

585-924-2637 http://victorfarmingtonlibrary.org/

LIFE LINE 2-1-1 Dial 2-1-1 or 1-877-356-9211 Spanish-speaking counselors & translation services available. http://211lifeline.org/ 24/7 crisis/suicide intervention, information/referral line for Monroe, Wayne, Ontario, Livingston, Cayuga & Seneca Counties. Info re emergency food/shelter/clothing, crisis counseling, substance abuse, employment, financial/legal issues, physical/mental health needs. Comprehensive resource list of >2500 agencies & programs. 38

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 MEDICAID (See Health Insurance/Health Navigator/Facilitated Enrollment) MENTAL HEALTH Counseling Boike Marriage, Family and Individual Counseling 3180 West Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-1442

Canandaigua Psychotherapy Associates 527 North Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-1294

Clifton Springs Outpatient Mental Clinic Behavioral Health/CPEP Crisis 2 Coulter Road Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-462-1050 http://www.cshosp.com/Behavioral-Health-Services.html

Clinical Associates of the Finger Lakes 590 Fishers Station Drive Victor, NY 14564

585-924-7207 http://www.clinassoc.com/

Family Counseling Services of the Finger Lakes 671 South Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-2613 1-877-789-2613 http://www.fcsfl.org/

Lakeview Mental Health Services – Canandaigua 193 Parrish Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-7335 http://www.lakeviewmhs.org/

Lakeview Mental Health Services – Geneva 600 West Washington Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-5501 http://www.lakeviewmhs.org/

LIFE LINE (suicide/crisis intervention program)

Dial 211 or 1-877-356-9211

NY State Office of Mental Health

http://www.omh.ny.gov/

Ontario County Mental Health 3019 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-4363 http://www.co.ontario.ny.us/index.aspx?nid=99

WELLSPRING CHURCH INC 22 Teft Avenue Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-548-6292 x30 http://tinyurl.com/zghh458

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 MISSING CHILDREN – Dial 911 National Center for Missing & Exploited Children 24-hour HOTLINE: 1-800843-5678 New York Regional Office 275 Lake Avenue Rochester, NY 14608-1042

585-242-0900 http://www.missingkids.com/NewYork

ONTARIO COUNTY CHILD SUPPORT AND COLLECTIONS Ontario County Child Support Office 3010 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424 Services:  Child support services  Location of absent parent  Collection of child support  Enforcement of child support orders  Establishment of paternity Ontario County Social Services 3010 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-4160

1-877-814-6907 585-396-4060

ONTARIO COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES Ontario County Public Health 3019 County Complex Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-4343 1-800-299-2995 Fax: 585-396-4551 www.ontariocountypublichealth.com Programs and Services: Immunization clinics for children and adults, tuberculosis clinics, maternal child health visits, communicable disease follow-up, rabies clinics, lead poisoning prevention activities, flu clinics and public health education.

Children with Special Needs Program, Early Intervention (EI) and Preschool Special Education Program    

585-396-4546

Evaluation & services to children age 0-5 with developmental delays or who are at risk of delays. Physically Handicapped Children’s Program (PHCP) - provides financial reimbursement to certain children age 0-21 with medical and/or dental needs. Eligibility-All county residents eligible for most preventive health programs. Eligibility for CWSNP determined by evaluation or financial/medical need.

Ontario County Public Health Immunization Program 1-800-299-2995 3019 County Complex Drive 585-396-4343 Canandaigua, NY 14424 Residents of Ontario County are welcome attend weekly immunization clinics. The clinic offers all childhood vaccines through the federal Vaccines for Children Program. No child is turned away for inability to pay. The clinic also offers some adult vaccine products. Appointments are required. 40

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 PARENTING CLASSES/PARENTING ISSUES Child and Family Resources; Healthy Families 671 South Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456

1-800-881-5786 315-781-1491 x216 http://www.cfresources.org/

Cornell Cooperative Extension 480 North Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424 Crosswinds Downtown Food Pantry and Family Resource Center 120 North Main Street, Suite 27 Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-3977 http://www.cceontario.org/ 585-393-4310 http://www.crosswindsonline.org/crosswinds-downtown/

Family Counseling of the Finger Lakes 671 Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-2613 http://www.fcsfl.org/

Finger Lakes Parent Network 25 West Steuben Street Bath, NY 14810

607-776-2164 1-800-934-4244 http://www.flpn.org/

POLICE DEPARTMENTS, TOWN/VILLAGE Canandaigua Police Department 21 Ontario Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-5035 Jonathan Welch, Police Chief

Clifton Springs Village Police Department Scott Upchurch, Chief 1 West Main Street Clifton Springs, NY 14432

315-462-2422

Geneva Police Department Jeff Trickler, Police Chief Public Safety Building 255 Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456

315- 789-1111

Manchester-Shortsville Police Department

585-289-4340 Richard Coffey, Chief

8 Clifton Street- PO Box 188 Phelps Police Manchester, NYDepartment 14504 8 Banta Street Phelps, NY 14532

315-548-8237 John Storer, Chief

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 POLICE DEPARTMENTS, STATE/COUNTY Ontario County Sheriff's Department Philip Povero, Sheriff 74 Ontario Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-4560

New York State Police, Troop E Craig Hansworth, Major & Troop Commander 1569 State Route 332 PO Box 25220 Farmington, NY 14425

585-398-4100

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315-781-0096 585-396-4222 585-396-4675 585-396-4519

Drug Tip Line: Ontario County Probation Juvenile Aid Bureau Youth Court

PREGNANCY PROGRAMS Birthright of Victor 221 High Street Victor, NY 14564

585-924-1990 24/7 1-800-550-4900 http://birthright.org/en/

Care Net Pregnancy Center 120 North Main Street # 28 Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-393-0437 http://carenetcan.org/

Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes 120 North Main Street, Suite 40 Canandaigua, New York 14424

585-394-0190 http://www.catholiccharitiesfl.org/

Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes 94 Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-2235 http://www.catholiccharitiesfl.org/

Child & Family Resources (Canandaigua) 514 South Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-919-2476

Child & Family Resources (Geneva) 671 South Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-1491 http://www.cfresources.org/

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 PREGNANCY PROGRAMS cont. Child & Family Resources (Penn Yan) 263 Lake Street Penn Yan, NY 14527

315-536-1134

FF Thompson Hospital Birth Center 350 Parrish St. Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-6000

La Leche League PO Box 54 Clifton Springs, NY14432—No Referral Needed

315-548-7980

M.O.M’s Program 315-331-7990 Lifetime Care Health Insurance: M.O.M.’s is a Medicaid Obstetrical Program. A Visiting nurse will assist you with your Medicaid application and provide you with referrals such as the WIC Program. Monroe Plan 821 Pre Emption Road Geneva, NY 14456

315-787-7810 http://www.monroeplan.com/

Pregnancy Care Center (Free pregnancy tests) Geneva

315-789-0708 http://www.imightbepregnant.com/

Pregnancy Care Net 120 North Main Street, Suite 28 Thompson Co-Op Building Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-393-0437 http://carenetcan.org/

RECREATION-PARKS, CLUBS, EXERCISE Bicycles Long Pier Ice Cream & Rentals 47 Lakefront Drive Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-2453

Canandaigua RV&E Bike and Skate Shop 168 South Main Street Canandaigua, N.Y. 14424

585-393-5680

Geneva Bicycle Center 489 Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-5922

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 RECREATION-PARKS, CLUBS, EXERCISE, cont. Clubs Boys and Girls Club 1 Goodman Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-2345 http://www.bgcgeneva.org/

Boys and Girls Club Teen Center 160 Carter Road Geneva, NY 14456

315-759-6060

Boy Scouts of America, Finger Lakes Council (Seneca Waterways Council, BSA) 2320 Brighton-Henrietta TL Road Rochester, NY 14623 Serving Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne, and Yates Counties. Cornell Cooperative Extension: 4-H 480 North Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-244-4210 http://www.senecawaterways.org/

585-394-3977 Fax: 585-394-0377 http://cce.cornell.edu/ontario

Geneva Boxing Club 91 Castle Street Geneva. NY 14456

315-781-1461

Girl Scouts of America Seven Lakes Council Route 318 Phelps, NY 14532 Community Programs

315-539-5085 http://www.girlscouts.org/

Finger Lakes Visitors Connection

http://visitfingerlakes.com/

Geneva Rec. Complex 666 Exchange Street Office: 47 Castle Street Geneva, NY 14456  Roller skating, roller hockey  Ice skating, hockey

315-789-2277 http://tinyurl.com/zwjuyb6

Geocaching

http://www.geocaching.com/

Little League http://www.eteamz.com/llb/finder/index.cfm Team Sports Improve Community Health: The war on obesity is on! Sports are a fun way to burn calories and build self-esteem. Sports help kids socially, emotionally and physically. They learn the benefits of practice, patience and persistence. Sport promotes family bonding and cooperation.

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 RECREATION-PARKS, CLUBS, EXERCISE, cont. Nature’s Health Club Produce Directory Outside Exercise Directory FL Visitors Connect

http://visitfingerlakes.com/natures-health-club/

Parks and Recreation by Town/Village CANANDAIGUA

http://www.townofcanandaigua.org/parksrec.htm

Blue Heron Park Parkside Drive & Firehall Road Canandaigua, NY 14424

http://www.canandaiguanewyork.gov/

Bristol Harbor Resort Golf and X-Country Skiing 5410 Seneca Point Road Canandaigua, NY 14424

1-800-288-8248 http://bristolharbour.com/

Bristol Mountain Winter Ski Resort 5662 State Route 64 Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-374-6000 http://www.bristolmountain.com/

Canandaigua Sailboarding, Windsurfing, Kayaking rentals 11 Lake Shore Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

585- 394-8150 http://www.cdgasailboard.com/

Greater Canandaigua Civic Center Ice Skating/Hockey 250 North Bloomfield Road Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-7230 http://www.gccc.org/

Kershaw Park 91 Lakeshore Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424  Swimming

http://tinyurl.com/zjjm8m9

Mc Jannett Park 4820 State Route 21 South Canandaigua, NY 14424

http://www.townofcanandaigua.org/parksrec.htm

Leonard R. Pierce Memorial Park 5655 Goodale Road Canandaigua, NY 14424

http://www.townofcanandaigua.org/parksrec.htm

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 RECREATION-PARKS, CLUBS, EXERCISE, cont. Onanda Park and Beach 4965 County Road 16 Canandaigua, NY 14424

http://www.townofcanandaigua.org/parksrec.htm Rental Form: http://tinyurl.com/zou5m8a

Ontario Pathways Trail 200 Ontario Street Canandaigua, NY 14424  Hiking, Cross country  Snowshoeing

www.ontariopathways.org

Roseland Bowl (bowling) 4357 Recreation Drive Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-5050 http://www.roselandbowl.com/

Roseland Water Park 250 Eastern Boulevard Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-396-2000 http://www.roselandwaterpark.com/

GENEVA

http://visitgenevany.com/live/life-geneva

Big Oaks Public Golf Course 33 Packwood Road Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-9419 http://www.bigoakgc.com/

Roy’s Marina Clarks Point Geneva, NY 14456  Kayaking Seneca Lake Country Club 226 Turk Road Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-3094 4398 http://www.roysmarina.net/ 315-789-4681

Seneca Lake State Park 100 Waterloo Geneva Road Geneva, NY 14456  Swimming, Splash Park  Hiking, snow shoeing

315-789-2331 http://nysparks.com/park/125/details.aspx

HONEOYE Sandy Bottom Beach Honeoye, NY 14471  Swimming

http://www.honeoyelakechamber.org/Visiting.html http://tinyurl.com/zmcotzq

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 RECREATION-PARKS, CLUBS, EXERCISE, cont. Honeoye State Park Honeoye, NY 14471

http://www.honeoyelakechamber.org/Recreation.html

Harriet Hollister Spenser Park - State rec. area 1082 Route 36 South Honeoye, NY 14471 NAPLES Cummings Nature Center 6472 Gulick Road Naples, NY 14512

http://nysparks.com/parks/164/details.aspx

585-374-6160 http://www.rmsc.org/CummingNatureCenter/Events/

Hi Tor Wildlife Management Area/Hiking Naples, NY 14512

http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/24439.html

Hunt Hollow Ski 7532 County Road 36 Naples, NY 14512  Ski, Trails, Cross-country, snowshoe

585-374-5428 http://www.hunthollow.com/

Reservoir Creek Golf 8613 State Route 21 South Naples, NY 14512 Wesley Hill Nature Preserve Naples, NY 14512 Trails, cross-country  snowshoeing

585-374-8010 http://www.rcgolf.com/ http://www.fllt.org/protected_lands/protected_lands1.php?id=31

Snowshoeing can burn up to 45% more calories than walking at the same speed. In cold weather your body uses more calories to keep your core body temperature stable. Additionally, the added weight on to your feet makes you expend more energy to walk. Visit http://www.americanhiking.org/ to learn more about snowshoeing. SHORTSVILLE Budd Park and Jones-Blunt Park Water St. Shortsville, NY 14548

http://villageofshortsvilleny.us/parks.html

Winged Pheasant Club/Golf Sand Hill Road Shortsville, NY 14548

585-289-8846 1475 http://www.wingedpheasant.com/

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 RECREATION-PARKS, CLUBS, EXERCISE, cont. VICTOR Victor Hills East Golf Course Brace Road Victor, NY 14564

http://www.victorny.org/index.aspx?nid=111 585-924-0700 1397 http://www.victorhills.com/

Ganondagan State Historical Site 1488 State Route 444 Victor, NY 14564

585-742-1690 http://www.ganondagan.org/

Ravenwood Golf Club 929 Lynaugh Road Victor, NY 14564

585-924-6711 www.ravenwoodgolf.com

Victor Hiking Trails  Cross-country, snowshoe

http://www.victorny.org/index.aspx?NID=244

Victor Municipal Park 6680 Paparone Drive Victor, NY 14564

http://tinyurl.com/hsapb4m

RECREATION PROGRAMS Town of Canandaigua: Summer Recreation Program 5440 Route 5 & 20 West Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-1233 http://www.townofcanandaigua.org/parksrec.htm

Bristol Parks and Recreation

1-860-584-6160 http://www.bristolrec.com/info/default.aspx

Recreation Program, Geneva 47 Castle Street Geneva, NY 1456

315-789-5005 http://visitgenevany.com/current-residents/genevarecreationdepartment

Summer Recreation Program, Canandaigua 5440 Route 5 & 20 Canandaigua, NY 14424 Summer Recreation, Town of Farmington 1000 County Road 8 Farmington, NY 14425

585-394-1233 http://www.townofcanandaigua.org/parksrec.htm

315-986-8100 http://www.townoffarmingtonny.com/summer_recreation

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 RECREATION PROGRAMS cont. Summer Recreation Program, Naples 106 South Main Street Naples, NY 14512

585-374-2435 http://www.naplesny.us/SummerRecreation.html

Summer Youth Program, Phelps 7 Exchange Street Phelps, NY 14532

315-548-8484 http://www.phelpsny.com/community-center/recreation/

Summer Recreation Program, Shortsville 6 East Main Street Shortsville, NY 14548

585-289-6104 http://www.villageofshortsvilleny.us/parks.html

RUNAWAY YOUTH SERVICES National Runaway Safeline

1-800-786-2929 http://www.1800runaway.org/

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS (STI’S) STI Questions: Call Ontario County Public Health 1-800-299-2995  In NY State, the following STI’s are reported to the health department: chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, hepatitis B, and HIV.  Every year million persons become infected with an STI.  You can’t tell by looking if a person is infected with a disease that can be passed to you during sex.  The correct and consistent use of condoms decreases the likelihood of getting an STI.  Condoms protect against some, but not all sexually transmitted infections.  HIV testing is a routine for most patients in doctor’s offices, emergency rooms, & urgent care centers. HIV/AIDS Resources: CDC National STD Hotline

1-800-232-4636

Family Planning Center 601-B West Washington Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-8448 This center is able to bill Ontario County Public Health for clients unable to afford STI testing or treatment.

NYSDOH Bureau of STD Control

http://www.health.ny.gov/diseases/aids/about/prevsup.htm

NYS HIV/AIDS Hotline (English)

1-800- 872-2777

NYS HIV/AIDS Hotline (TTY) Planned Parenthood of Central &Western NY 15 Lafayette Avenue Canandaigua, NY 14424

1-800-233-SIDA Spanish 1-800-369-2437 TDD 585-396-9352 This center is able to bill Ontario County Public Health for clients unable to afford STI testing or treatment. 49

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 SUPERVISED VISITATION (Court Ordered) Catholic Charities Office (Geneva) 94 Exchange Street Geneva, New York 14456

315-789-2235 Regional http://www.catholiccharitiesfl.org/

Catholic Charities (Canandaigua Office) 120 North Main Street, Suite 40 Canandaigua, New York 14424

585- 394-0190 http://www.catholiccharitiesfl.org/

Child & Family Resources 671 South Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-1491 1-800-881-5786

SUPPORT GROUPS First Time Around: Mother’s Support Group FF Thompson Hospital Birth Center

585-396-6260

Safe Harbor of the Finger Lakes (Domestic violence) 150 Castle Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-781-1093

La Leche League (Breastfeeding support) PO Box 54 Clifton Springs, NY14432—No Referral Needed

315-548-7980

Healthy Families Ontario Resource See appendix F for referral forms pages 71-73

315-781-149

Catholic Charities 94 Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456

315-789-2235 fax: 315-789-5785 http://www.catholiccharitiesfl.org/

Child & Family Resources 671 South Exchange Street Geneva, NY14456

315-781-1491 http://www.cfresources.org/

TRANSPORTATION Regional Transit Service (RTS) Fixed Route Service - We offer fixed route services throughout Ontario County. Keep in mind the bus stops shown on RTS Ontario routes are only the major stops. There are additional stops along the route. Dial-A-Ride Service- within Ontario County. To schedule, call at least 24 hours in advance, Monday- Friday, 9:00am - 3:00pm. You may call up to a week in advance to reserve a ride. 50

585-394-2250 1-800-667-2287 http://www.myrts.com/ 585-394-2250 Call 24 hours in advance

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 TRANSPORTATION, Cont. Regional Transit Service (RTS), contd.

585-394-2250

ADA Paratransit Route Deviation Pick up from any location within ¾ of a mile from the fixed route service; this is called “route deviation”. Fares are twice the fixed route fare; discounts do not apply. You may call up to a week in advance to reserve a ride. Medicaid Transportation Medicaid recipients - rides to medical appointments.

585 394-2250 1-800-667-2287 Call 24 hours in advance 1-855-733-9402

RTS Ontario Connects (Within Ontario County) Canandaigua Transit Hub (West Ave Plaza) Weekdays – RTS Ontario Routes 3, 4, 5, and Flex Route 6. Weekends – RTS Ontario Routes 3 and 5 Geneva Transit Hub (Exchange St Parking Lot): Weekdays– RTS Ontario Routes 4 and 5 Weekends– RTS Ontario Route 5 Check website for additional routes and information. Farmington Taxi 7 am – 1 am Serves Ontario County and as far as Buffalo or Syracuse. Senior discount for 60+ upon request.

585-230-7307

Genesee Transport 7 days a week- accommodates wheelchairs.

585-256-1510

Greyhound Bus Lines

1-800-231-2222 http://www.greyhound.com/

Monroe Ambulance 24 hours/7 days a week – medical, wheelchair, and non-emergency transports.

585-454-6211

Pat’s Taxi Mon-Fri 7 am – 8 pm/ Sat-Sun 7 am – 5 pm. Anywhere except NYC and Canada.

585-394-1620

The Other Taxi Sun-Thurs 4:30 am – 11 pm/ Fri-Sat 24 hours. Canandaigua, Newark, Seneca Falls, Penn Yan and between.

315-789-5625

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 UTILITY ASSISTANCE Some utility companies have assistance with preventing utility shut off especially in the winter months. Please contact your utility company for more information. Heap (fuel cost Assistance)

585-394-4060

NY State Public Assistance

1-800-342-3009 https://www.mybenefits.ny.gov/

VISITING NURSE SERVICE Finger Lakes Visiting Nurse Service & Ontario-Yates Hospice 756 Pre-Emption Road Geneva, NY 14456 Lifetime Care Home care Services

1-800-253-4439 http://flvns.org/

585-214-1000 1-800-562-1650 https://www.lifetimecare.org/

Lifetime Care M.O.M.’S. Program

315-331-7990 http://www.health.ny.gov/health_care/medicaid/

WORKSITE WELLNESS, ONTARIO COUNTY

585-396-4343

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix A Medicaid Eligibility 2014 Income & Resource Levels* Net Income for Individuals who are Blind, Disabled or Age 65+

Medicaid Income Level for Single People, Couples without Children

Resource Level (Individuals who are Blind, Disabled or Age 65+ ONLY)

Family Size

Annual

Monthly

Annual

Monthly

1

$9,700

$809

$16,105

$1,343

$14,550

2

$14,300

$1,192

$21,708

$1,809

$21,450

3

$16,445

$1,371

$27,311

$2,276

$24,668

4

$18,590

$1,550

$32,913

$2,743

$27,885

5

$20,735

$1,728

$38,516

$3,210

$31,103

6

$22,880

$1,907

$44,119

$3,677

$34,320

7

$25,025

$2,086

$49,722

$4,144

$37,538

8

$27,170

$2,265

$55,325

$4,611

$40,755

9

$29,315

$2,443

$60,927

$5,078

$43,973

10

$31,460

$2,622

$66,530

$5,545

$47,190

For each additional person, add:

$2,145

$179

$5,603

$467

$3,218

Effective January 1, 2014 * Income and Resource Levels are subject to yearly adjustments. You may also own a home, a car, and personal property and still be eligible. The income and resources (if applicable) of legally responsible relatives in the household will also be counted.

Can I be eligible for Medicaid even if I make more money than the chart shows? Yes, some people can. Pregnant women, children, disabled persons, and others may be eligible for Medicaid if their income is above these levels and they have medical bills. Ask your Medicaid worker if you fit into one of these groups. Individuals who are certified blind, certified disabled, or age 65 or older who have more resources may also be eligible. Ask your Medicaid worker if this applies to you. If an adult has too much income and/or resources and is not eligible for Medicaid, that person may be eligible for:  

Family Health Plus or Family Planning Benefit Program 53

Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix A-1: Medicaid M.O.M.’S Medicaid (Annual and Monthly) Income Levels For Pregnant Women and Children

Household Size % FPL**

Two

154%

223%

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Three Four

Five

Six

Seven

Eight

Annual 24,225 30,477 36,729 42,982 49,234 55,487 61,739 Monthly 2,019 2,540 3,061 3,582 4,103 4,624 5,145 Annual 35,078 44,132 53,186 62,240 71,294 80,347 89,401 Monthly 2,924 3,678 4,433 5,187 5,942 6,696 7,451

Each Additional Person, add 6,253 522 9,054 755

Pregnant women and infants under age one are eligible at 223% A pregnant woman counts as two Children 1 through 18 years of age are eligible at 154%

** FPL = Federal Poverty Level If a child has too much income and is not eligible for Medicaid, the child may be eligible for Child Health Plus. http://www.health.ny.gov/health_care/medicaid/

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix B Catholic Charities Referral form

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix B Catholic Charities Referral Form, cont.

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix C Supply a Smile Page 1

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix C Supply a Smile Page 2

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix C Supply a Smile Page 3

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix D New York Donated Dental Services

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 New York Donated Dental Services, cont.

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 New York Donated Dental Services, cont.

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 New York Donated Dental Services, cont.

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 New York Donated Dental Services, cont.

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 New York Donated Dental Services, cont.

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix E Medication/Drug Drop Box Locations New York State Troopers: Troop E, Route 332 1569 Rochester Road Canandaigua, NY 14425-0220 24 Hour Access. Please put items in a plastic bag. This service is open to the public – No Pharmacies or Businesses. Items Accepted

Items NOT Accepted:

Prescriptions Medications

Sharps (hypodermic needles)

Medicated ointments

Household Wastes

Over the Counter Medications

Hazardous Materials

Inhalers

Geneva Police Department 255 Exchange Street Geneva, NY 14456 24 Hour Access Items Accepted

Items NOT Accepted

Prescription medications

Thermometers

Medication samples

Sharps (hypodermic needles)

Inhalers

Medical waste

Pet medications

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix E Medication/Drug Drop Box Locations, cont. Ontario County Department of Motor Vehicles 20 Ontario Street Canandaigua, NY 14424 Drop off hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Items Accepted

Items NOT Accepted

Prescription medications

Thermometers

Medication samples

Sharps (hypodermic needles)

Inhalers

Medical waste

Pet medications

Mead Square Pharmacy 52 W. Main Street Victor, NY Drop off hours: Monday – Friday 9 am – 7 pm; Saturday 9 am – 4 pm Items Accepted

Items NOT Accepted

Prescription medications

Sharps or needles

Medicinal patches

Inhalers or aerosol cans

Medication samples

Medical waste

Vitamins

Ointments

Pet medications

Liquids or lotions Hydrogen Peroxide

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix F Food Pantries: Ontario County

Food Pantry Bristol Community Food Cupboard (Town of Bristol residents only) Catholic Charities (No food pantry, but they offer emergency services) CCIA Emergency Food Pantry (1) CCIA Emergency Food Pantry (2)

Address

Phone

United Church of Bristol 7177 C.R. 2, Bloomfield

585-657-7030

94 Exchange St., Geneva

315-789-2235

120 N. Main St., Canandaigua (basement of FF Thompson Apts.) Zion Fellowship, 5188 Bristol Rd., Canandaigua

585-394-7450 585-394-7450

Center of Concern

58 Avenue D, Geneva

315-789-1117

Finger Lakes SPCC WIC

Canandaigua and Newark

1-888-942-6886

Foodlink

1999 Mount Read Blvd. South Srv Road, Rochester

585-328-3380

Gleaners Community Kitchen

183 N. Main St., Canandaigua

585-394-4818

Honeoye Community Food Pantry

UCC Honeoye Church – 8758 Main St.,

585-721-0009

Naples Open Cupboard

Harwood Lane, Naples

585-374-8697

Salvation Army, Canandaigua

110 Saltonstall St., Canandaigua

585-394-6968

Salvation Army, Geneva

41 North St., Geneva

315-789-3795

St Bridget’s Church

15 Church St., Bloomfield

585-377-0797

Bennett building, Manchester

585-289-4164

12 Hibbard Ave., Clifton Springs (basement of St. Felix)

315-462-5647

Phelps Community Center, Phelps

315-462-2961

St. Vincent DePaul Society

120 North Main St, Canandaigua

585-394-3980

Victor Farmington Food Cupboard

1246 Commercial Dr., Bldg B, Farmington

585-924-2720

St. Dominic Church – Twin Cities Community Food Cupboard St. Felix Church – Clifton Springs Food Cupboard St. Francis Church – Phelps Community Food Cupboard

Contact the Pantry’s for their services offered, dates of service, and hours of operation.

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix G Food Stamp Eligibility 2014-15 You Can Now Have Savings and Qualify for SNAP Benefits In New York State, SNAP now allows you to have more money in a checking or savings account, or even a retirement account or college savings account, without affecting your eligibility for SNAP benefits. Most households applying for SNAP benefits no longer have to pass a savings/resource test in order to get SNAP benefits. This means that the household's assets (stocks, savings and retirement accounts, etc.) are not considered when determining eligibility. Please note that if you apply for SNAP benefits, you may still be asked to provide information regarding such resources. Income Guidelines (no elderly or disabled member) Family Size

Monthly Gross

Annual Gross

Income*

Income*

1

$ 1,265

$ 15,180

2

$ 1,705

$ 20,460

3

$ 2,144

$ 25,728

4

$ 2,584

$ 31,008

Each additional

$ 440 +

$ 5,280 +

person

*These figures are based upon SNAP Standards effective October 1, 2014. Note: There is no resource test unless someone in the household has been sanctioned or disqualified from the SNAP. If a household member is sanctioned or disqualified, then the household’s countable resources must not exceed $2000.

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix G Food Stamp Eligibility 2014-15, cont. Income Guidelines for Households with an Elderly or Disabled Member and Households with Dependent Care Expenses Family Size

Monthly Gross

Annual Gross

Income*

Income*

1

$ 1,945

$ 23,340

2

$ 2,622

$ 31,464

3

$ 3,298

$ 39,576

4

$ 3,975

$ 47,700

Each additional

$ 677 +

$ 8,124 +

person

*These figures are based upon SNAP Standards effective October 1, 2014. Note: There is no resource test for households with elderly/disabled members whose income falls at or below the amount listed above, unless a member of the household has been sanctioned or disqualified from participation in SNAP. Households with elderly/disabled members whose gross income exceeds these amounts may still be eligible for SNAP, if their countable resources do not exceed $3,250. It’s Easy to Find out if You May be Eligible for SNAP Benefits Visit myBenefits.ny.gov and click “Am I eligible?” to check your eligibility for SNAP benefits and other human services program benefits.

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix H Healthy Families Ontario & Child and Family Resources Referral – English

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix H – 1 Healthy Families Ontario & Child and Family Resources Referral – Spanish

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix I Referral Form for Monroe Plan

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix J Sharps Collection Sites

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix K Thompson Health Child Birth, Parenting, Breastfeeding, Infant CPR and Sibling Classes Registration Form

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix L Tutors for Medically Fragile Children

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix M Immunization Schedule, Children

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix N Your Baby’s First Vaccines

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Your Baby’s First Vaccines, page 2

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Your Baby’s First Vaccines, page 3

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 Appendix O RTS/ONTARIO Weekly Shoppers Route to Wegmans

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 APPENDIX P BABY CAFÉ

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 APPENDIX Q

APPENDIX R Ontario County Dental Card Program

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 APPENDIX R Ontario County Dental Card Program

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 APPENDIX R, Continued Ontario County Dental Card Program

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 APPENDIX S Opioid Prevention Training Flyer

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Ontario County Resource Guide, 2016 APPENDIX T Strong Recovery Brochure

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