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Program Description: Variety of programming to assist both disabled adults and children and their families.
Contact: Elyse Lagana, 585- 658 -2828 ext. 102
Volunteer Opportunities: Two homes in Geneseo for adults and children with disabilities need volunteers for one-on-one visits, weekend recreation programs and outings to professional baseball and football games.Short term projects, helping with events, fundraising, serving on a committee
Program Description: Offers a variety of programs to work with adults with mental retardation.
Contact: Maggie Howard, 585-672-2229
Volunteer Opportunities: Accompanying inidividuals to weekly outings or to visit with residents.
Uses the power of friendship to improve the quality of life and assist
in the rehabilitation and support of refeered adults recieving mental
Contact: Barbara Mestler, 585-546-8220
Volunteer Opportunities: Pairing volunteers with persons with mental illness for friendship, assisting with day-to-day living easier.
CDS is an organization of highly skilled, dedicated people that provide
quality services to individuals with developmental disabilities for
their well being and growth
Volunteer Opportunities: working with individuals with developmental disabilities in a variety of ways
Mission: To provide quality services to individuals with developmental disabilities that promote independence, inclusion, and productivity.
1. Jim Ward 585-243-6579 or Erica Waite 585-243-5480
2. Public Education: Nancy McIntire 607-776-9800
Volunteer Opportunities: Great field experience for psychology, dual cert and speech pathology majors.
Program Description: Dedicated to the needs of persons with traumatic brain injury and their families.
Contact: Gail Cochrane or Diane Daniel at 585-382-3959
Volunteer Opportunities: Matched with a person in need of emotional support and psycho-socialization, ongoing support and training provided.
Program Description: Psychology/social club for people recovering from mental illness.
Volunteer Opportunities: Assist with a variety of activities, including arts & crafts, cooking or computers. No car necessary
Program Description: Matches volunteers with family members diagnosed with a developmental disability.
Contact: Marilyn Curtis 585-340-2042 (Monroe County)
Volunteer Opportunities: Volunteers give 2-3 hours a week, offering the care giver a break. Volunteers are trained: all one needs to begin is patience and the desire to help others.
Program Description: Treatment agency providing mental health service to adolescents and their families.
Contact: Susan J. Grieco, 585-865-1550 ext. 206
Volunteer Opportunities: Volunteers needed for mentoring, program aides and internships. Greatest need is one-on-one mentoring.