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Welcome to the Monroe County Department of Human Services

The mission of the Monroe County Department of Human Services is to serve people, with an emphasis on Monroe County residents, by empowering participant responsibility and choice toward safe and independent lifestyles through the delivery of services in response to assessed needs. It intends to achieve this mission through providing public awareness, resource and referral information, economic support, and direct provision of services in a fiscally responsible manner.


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Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP)

Home Energy +The Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP), as administered by the State of Wisconsin Department of Administration, provides assistance for heating costs, electric costs, and energy crisis situations. Operating with federal and state funding, the program provides assistance to approximately 230,000 Wisconsin households annually.

Most types of fuel are eligible to receive assistance. Whether you use wood, propane, natural gas, electricity, or fuel oil to heat your home, energy assistance is available if you qualify.

Heating Assistance

WHEAP assistance is a one-time payment during the heating season (October 1-May 15). The funding pays a portion of the heating costs, but the payment is not intended to cover the entire cost of heating a residence. The amount of the energy assistance benefit varies depending on a variety of factors, including the household’s size, income, and energy costs. In most cases the energy assistance benefit is paid directly to the household energy supplier.

Electric Assistance

Your household may be eligible to receive a payment for non-heating electric energy costs through funding provided by Wisconsin’s Public Benefits. WHEAP electric (non-heating) assistance is a one-time benefit payment during the heating season (October 1-May 15). The funding pays a portion of the household’s electrical (non-heating) costs, but the payment is not intended to cover the entire cost of the non-heating costs.

As with heating assistance, the amount of the non-heating assistance benefit varies depending on a variety of factors, including the household’s size, income, and non-heating costs. In most cases the non-heating assistance benefit is paid directly to the household energy supplier.

Crisis Assistance

Your household may be eligible for crisis assistance if you have no heat, have received a disconnect notice from the heating vendor, or are nearly out of fuel and do not have the money to purchase more. Crisis assistance is available through your local WHEAP agency via a 24-hour crisis phone number. WHEAP crisis assistance provides both emergency and proactive services.

There are also non-emergency or proactive crisis services that include providing information on how to reduce fuel costs, counseling on budgeting and money management, providing payments to a fuel supplier, and co-pay agreements.

Furnace Assistance

WHEAP emergency heating system assistance can provide services to eligible home owners if their furnace or boiler stops operating during the heating season. Heating system assistance includes payment for repairs, or in some situations your residence may qualify for a total replacement of a non-operating furnace or boiler. Call the local energy assistance office if you are experiencing a no heat situation.

How to Apply

Your household may be eligible for WHEAP services based on a number of different factors, including if your gross household income is less than the amount shown in the table below. A Home Energy Plus application must be completed through your local WHEAP agency.

Home Energy Guidelines

WHEAP income guidelines 2021

 

For more information on WHEAP and how to apply, please call Flocks Guardians, Inc. at (608) 487-9356. Their main office is located at 606 Cap Street, Sparta, WI 54656.


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Long Term Care Services


Children & Family Services

Sours: https://www.co.monroe.wi.us/departments/human-services

We list as many governmental welfare assistance offices as we can located in your area.

Welfare Offices provide for the needy with many things such as child care, food assistance, cash for needy families, burial assistance. We provide office hours and details on these locations.

NEW - We are now providing non governmental non profit organizations that assist with welfare related assistance.

Monroe County Assistance Office

Monroe County Assistance Office


Area Welfare Offices

Due to the low number of listings in Stroudsburg, we have added area listings below. All listings are within 30 miles of Stroudsburg.

Wayne County Assistance Office

 Wayne County Assistance Office

Northampton County Assistance Office

Northampton County Assistance Office

Lehigh County Assistance Office

Lehigh County Assistance Office
Sours: https://www.welfareoffices.org/ci/pa-stroudsburg
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MonroeCounty.gov; Adam Bello, County Executive

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 111 Westfall Rd., Rochester, NY 14620
M-F 8am-4pm

SNAP Benefit Questions:
Phone: 585-753-2740   EMAIL

Cash Benefit Questions:
Phone: 585-753-2750   EMAIL

Medicaid Benefit Questions:
Phone: 585-753-2760   EMAIL

Childcare Questions:
Phone: 585-753-6316   EMAIL

Child Support Questions:
Phone: 888-208-4485   EMAIL

Commissioner's Office:
Phone: 585 753-6998   EMAIL

 Fax: 585 753-6296

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Department Overview

 Thalia Wright, Commissioner

 Anne Eichas, Deputy Commissioner

The Department of Human Services has as its goal a common sense human service delivery system that is comprehensive, responsive, coordinated and based on measurable results.  The department provides various forms of assistance to citizens of Monroe County including income support, medical assistance and comprehensive services designed to promote a higher quality of life for children, families and disadvantaged or elderly adults.

Hours of Operation

Our offices, located at 111 Westfall Road, Rochester, NY  14620 and 691 St. Paul Street, Rochester, NY  14605 are open between the hours of 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Walk-in applications are accepted Monday - Friday between these hours.

DHS Limited English Proficiency Policy & Procedure

Financial Assistance

This area of human services encompasses Temporary Assistance, Emergency Assistance, SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), Medicaid, Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), Child Support Enforcement and Day Care subsidies for working parents.

Mission and Vision:

The Department of Human Services Financial Assistance Division empowers residents to achieve their highest level of self-sufficiency and independence, and promotes safety, and physical and emotional well-being.

DHS delivers strengths-based comprehensive, responsive and coordinated services guided by measurable results.

Financial Assistance Info

Child and Family Services

This area of human services encompasses Child Protective Services (CPS) Foster Care, Adoption, Adult Protective Services (APS), and other family services teams such as, the Youth Opportunity Unit (YOU), Family Access and Connection Team (FACT) and the Impact team housed at Bivona Child Advocacy Center on Mt. Hope Avenue.

Child and Family Services Info

The Sands Family Constellation Building at the Monroe County Pediatric & Visitation Center

Operational in Fall 2010, this facility is a joint venture between Monroe County Department of Human Services, Monroe County Department of Health-Starlight Pediatric Clinic and the Society for Protection and Care of Children (SPCC). The center provides a revolutionary state-of-the-art facility enhancing our already established premier medical home for foster care children, co-located with a supervised visitation center.

Administrative Services

The administrative services division oversees the department budget, purchasing, contracts, operations, special investigations and waiting room functions. It is dedicated to helping our department run smoothly and efficiently on a daily basis. Administrative Services also oversees the DHS Fraud Hotline, where Medicaid and welfare fraud can be reported anonymously.

Vendor Information

If you are a Landlord or Childcare Provider looking to obtain a vendor number with the Department of Human Services or if you need to update your information with us, please click on the link below.

Vendor Number Request/Change Form

Please send your completed form to:
Vendor Operations
P.O. Box 23020
Rochester, NY 14692

Children's Detention Center

The Children’s Detention Center is a secure detention facility for youth up to age 18 who are awaiting adjudication. The center serves the entire Rochester/Monroe County area and also some outlying counties as needed.

Office of Mental Health (OMH)

The Office of Mental Health oversees the mental health, alcohol/substance abuse, and developmental disability systems in Monroe County and provides funding to a number of community agencies for the provision of services to individuals and their families. Mental Health services are available for adults, adolescents and children.

Office of Mental Health Info

Office for the Aging (OFA)

The Office for the Aging is responsible for planning, coordinating, funding and advocating for programs and services which meet the needs of Monroe County residents age 60 and over. Services are targeted to individuals with the greatest social and/or economic need, placing emphasis on serving those older persons who are low-income, minority or those with physical or mental disabilities.

Office for the Aging Info

Rochester/Monroe County Youth Bureau

The Rochester/Monroe County Youth Bureau is a planning, funding and coordinating agency dedicated to developing, implementing and evaluating a comprehensive system of services for youth in our community. The office operates on the belief that youth and their families deserve the best services possible.

Youth Bureau Info

Planning

The Department of Human Services maintains several different plans which are publicly available and for which we solicit public comment upon renewal.

Temporary Assistance and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment Plans

The 2018-2023 Child and Family Services Plan

The NYS Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS), has approved the Monroe County Department of Human Services’ 2018-2023 Child and Family Services Plan. The 2018-2023 Child and Family Services Plan combines into one document the plans for Child Care, PINS Diversion Services, Youth Bureau and the LDSS- Child and Family Services.

Annual Reports

Sours: https://www.monroecounty.gov/hs
COVID-19 Planning and Response for Homeless Assistance Providers Office Hours: April 16, 2021

SNAP Offices

Warren County Division of Temporary Assistance and Social Services

Warren County Division of Temporary Assistance and Social Services

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Northampton County Assistance Office

Northampton County Assistance Office

This is a local County Assistance office where you can apply for SNAP food stamps, obtain help with child care, health coverage assistance, find help for LIHEAP, school meal assistance, etc. You can also visit the online assistance for the State of Pennsylvania called COMPASS at https://www.compas

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Lehigh County Assistance Office

Lehigh County Assistance Office

This is a local County Assistance office where you can apply for SNAP food stamps, obtain help with child care, health coverage assistance, find help for LIHEAP, school meal assistance, etc. You can also visit the online assistance for the State of Pennsylvania called COMPASS at https://www.compass.

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Pike County Assistance Office

Pike County Assistance Office

This is a local County Assistance office where you can apply for SNAP food stamps, obtain help with child care, health coverage assistance, find help for LIHEAP, school meal assistance, etc. You can also visit the online assistance for the State of Pennsylvania called COMPASS at https://www.comp

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Sours: https://www.snapoffices.com/li/monroe_county_assistance_office_18360-0232

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Financial Assistance Division

The Financial Assistance Division is responsible for the delivery of Temporary Assistance, Medicaid, SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), Child Support Enforcement and Day Care subsidies, and for ensuring that only persons eligible for public assistance services are provided such aid. This division also includes employment, domestic violence and managed health care services.

Financial Assistance services are provided in the form of cash, rent, utilities, transportation, food/nutrition, housing, health insurance, day care subsidies, job search support, and job skills training to those who meet eligibility requirements.

The government assistance programs of Temporary Assistance, Medicaid and SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) are complex and governed individually by their own set of laws, rules and regulations. The answer to most program-related questions often begin with the words, 'it depends.'

In collaboration with community case managers from several local human services agencies, we have developed and published DHS 101. This booklet of information serves as a basic guide to navigating the complex systems of social services. We try to publish updates at least once per year, but the laws often change frequently. If you see information that is out-dated, please let us know.

Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)

The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) is a federally funded program that assists low income households in meeting the high costs of home heating.

HEAP opens on Friday, October 1, 2021 and is expected to close March 15, 2022.

The 2021-2022 Emergency HEAP season will open January 3, 2022.

 

HEAP Regular Arrears Supplement (RAS) information

The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) addresses the continued impact of the COVID -19 Pandemic by helping eligible HEAP households pay past-due arrears for natural gas and or electric utility accounts.  Payments are made directly to an eligible HEAP household’s utility company.  Benefits are provided to eligible HEAP applicants on a first come first serve basis through September 30, 2022 or until funds are no longer available.    

Households may apply for HEAP Regular Arrears Supplement (RAS) benefits through Monroe County Department of Human Services by:

  • Phone (585)753-6209 or (585)753-6477
  • In person at 111 Westfall Road during normal business hours

 

Current HEAP information can be found here.

Current COVID-19 Pandemic Utility Policy in New York State can be found here. 

If you are a Monroe County resident HEAP Applications are available via:

  • The NYS OTDA website at www.mybenefits.ny.gov
  • Our 111 Westfall Road or 691 St Paul Street Buildings
  • Calling (585)753-6477
  • If you are active Non-Temporary Assistance SNAP, call (585)753-2740
  • If you are active Temporary Assistance, please call (585)753-2750   

For those who have general questions, please call our information and appointment line at (585) 753-6477 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

After Hours Emergency Contacts For No Heat and/or No Utilities:

For Power Outages, call your Utility Provider
RG&E 1-800-743-1701
National Grid 1-800-465-1212

Monroe County Department of Human Services After Hours Line: (585) 442-1742 or  2-1-1 for New York Finger Lakes Region  

Additional information regarding the HEAP program and the Summer Cooling Assistance Program (air conditions and fans) can be found at the link below:

Special Assistance for Home Owners: If you are a home owner and your furnace is in need of repair, we may be able to assist you with the cost of the repair. For more information, please call (585) 753-6477 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP - formerly Food Stamps)

SNAP is a state-administered federal nutrition assistance program. Federal Law governs the criteria for eligibility and levels of benefits. Each state is responsible for determining and documenting eligibility, issuing benefits, and maintaining records.

To apply for SNAP:

Apply Online at NYS myBenefits

Download an application and mail to/drop off at  691 St. Paul St. Rochester, NY 14605

If everyone applying is over 60 years old and/or disabled, you can use this new simplified application and mail to/drop off at  691 St Paul St. Rochester, NY 14605

Call 585-753-6960 to have an application mailed to you.

Pick up an application at 691 St. Paul St. Rochester, NY 14605

When the application is submitted, you will be screened for expedited benefits and, if eligible, the benefit will be issued within five business days. You will be contacted by phone for the screening interview, if applicable, and mailed an appointment for a SNAP telephone interview. You will not need to be seen in person.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING SNAP ELIGIBILITY FOR ABLE-BODIED ADULTS WITHOUT DEPENDENTS (ABAWDS):   DUE TO COVID-19, ABAWD REQUIREMENTS ARE SUSPENDED.

Federal statute and regulations implemented with the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA) limit an ABAWDS eligibility for SNAP benefits to three months in a 36 month period unless they meet certain special work requirements or are excused.  In New York State, this current 3-year period began January 1, 2019.  For each month that you receive a full month of SNAP benefits and do not meet your ABAWD work requirement, without a good reason, you will use up a countable month.  Unless you are satisfying your ABAWD work requirement, you will be ineligible to receive SNAP benefits after your third countable month.

Local Employment and Training Services are available via JobZone at NYS Department of Labor   http://www.jobzone.ny.gov

Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)

Visit SFSP Website (summermealsroc.org)

The SFSP was created to reduce the likelihood of nutritional risk for low income children during the months when schools are closed for summer recess. By providing free meals at participating summer meal sites such as schools, parks, pools, recreation centers, camps, housing authorities and other neighborhood locations, children can receive the nutritious meals they need. Through SFSP, schools, governments and nonprofit organizations receive Federal and State funds to continue a child's physical and social development with the number of meals and dates varying by site.

Because summer meal sites are selected based on community demographics and pervasiveness of need, any child 18 years of age or younger who comes to an approved open site may receive meals without the need for an eligibility determination to be conducted. Most Summer Meal Program sites are ‘open sites’, which means they are open to the community and do not require that children sign up in advance or even ‘check-in’ at the site. Children and teens must simply show up at the site to get their meal.  At camps, children eligible for free and reduced-price meals may receive SFSP meals. Young adults over age 18 who are enrolled in school programs for persons with disabilities may also participate.

New York Summer Meals Information

Medicaid

Q. How do I apply for Medicaid?

To apply for Medicaid, applicants under age 65 and not disabled please click on the link below for information regarding the new Health Plan Marketplace and Medicaid Application process.

Health Benefit Exchange

New York State Department of Health - Contracted Navigators

  • Coordinated Care Services, Inc. (585) 613-7673
  • Community Services Society of New York (585) 613-7662

You can also visit the New York State of Health website, or call (855) 355-5777 for assistance applying over the phone.

For applicants over 65 years old or disabled, please contact 753-6960 for an application and Supplement A. Applications and Supplement A can also be obtained from the New York State Department of Health.

Chronic Care Medicaid

Chronic Care Medicaid is a health care coverage for those who reside in a nursing home type setting. The intent of the program is to assist those aging and disabled residents who cannot afford to pay for their own medical care. Eligibility for the program is determined through a means test that reviews the income and resources of the individual and/or spouse applying for coverage. A five year review of all financial transactions is required.

Chronic Care Medicaid applications are availablein the Monroe County Department of Human Services waiting rooms located at 111 Westfall Road or 691 St. Paul Street. To request an application by phone, please call (585) 753-6960.

Q. Where do I call for information about Medicaid managed care programs?

For information about Medicaid managed care programs, please call New York Medicaid CHOICE at (585) 753-6702 or 1 (800) 505-5678.

Q. How do I order Medicaid transportation to a medical appointment?

If you are enrolled in managed care, contact your managed care provider for assistance.

If you are a Monroe County Medicaid recipient, you may call 585 288-4680 (Medical Answering Service) to request transportation to medical appointments.

Q. How do I report Medicaid Provider or Consumer Fraud?

To report provider or consumer fraud, you may call 1-877-87FRAUD (1-877-873-7283).

Q. Where do I get information the Prenatal Care Assistance Program?

For more information about the Prenatal Care Assistance Program visit the NYS Department of Health website

Q. Where do I call for information about  Medicaid Managed Long Term Care programs?

For information about Managed Long Term Care programs, please call New York Medicaid Choice at 1-888-401-6582.

Q. Where do I get information about the New York State Partnership for Long Term Care?

For information about the New York State Partnership for Long Term Care visit their website.

Learn more at NYS Partnership for Long Term Care.

Q. Where do I call for an application for Child Health Plus?

For more information about Child Health Plus please visit the NYS Department of Health website

You may also request information on how to apply for Child Health Plus by calling 1 (800) 698-4543

Q. Where do I call for information about home care services?

For information about Medicaid home care services programs, please call 585 753-6445.

For information on the Consumer Direct Personal Assistance Program, or the Personal Care Aid Program, please call 585 753-6445.

Learn more about Medicaid at the New York State Department of Health.

Home Care Services

A variety of home care services are available to Medicaid recipients, allowing them to remain at home, thus preventing more costly nursing home placements. Home care services include home health aide or personal care service, personal emergency response system, and housekeeping. The Home Care Services Unit is responsible for the broad oversight of home care services for the following programs:

  • Assisted Living Program
  • Care at Home
  • Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program
  • Personal Emergency Response System
  • Title XX housekeeping & chore services
  • Personal Care Assistance Program

For more information on home care services, contact the Home Care Services Unit at 585 753-6445.

For information on the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program, or the Personal Care Assistance Program, please call 585 753-6445.

Temporary Assistance

Q. How Do I Apply for Temporary Assistance?

Please come to 691 St. Paul Street with your completed application to be screened for shelter, utility or food emergencies.

Applications are available on the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance website, both DHS offices and at many area community service agencies. Clients may also call the appointment line at 585 753-6960 to have an application mailed to them.

NYS Temporary Assistance Applications & Forms

The Financial Assistance Division receives over 40,000 applications yearly. Applicants are required to look for work throughout the application process as well as pursue any other potential benefits such as Social Security, child support and unemployment benefits.

If you are applying for Temporary Assistance as a non-parent caretaker of a child/children outside of the foster care system, see attached form for information relating to financial assistance programs and how to apply for them as well as information on OTDA or SSD funded resources, including those that provide supportive services.

District workers who make contact with relative and nonrelative Kinship caregivers and prospective suitable persons at any time, other than initial notification of a child's removal, are now required to provide the brochure titled Know Your Resources: Nonparent Caregiver Benefits (Pub. 5194).  This includes, but is not limited to, contact that occurs when an NPC is applying for assistance programs.

Important: To apply for Medicaid/SNAP or child care benefits only call:

Medicaid/SNAP: 585 753-6960

Child Care: 585 753-6960

Q. What is Meant by “Work First”?

“Work First” is the phrase used to convey the primary goals for applicants and recipients ... To consider work their first priority. “Work First” is based on the idea that finding a job and earning a paycheck is the best way for families to become self-sufficient.

The responsibility of this office and our partners in the community is to support work and help families overcome barriers. For job search assistance visit RochesterWorks! (585 258-3500) at 255 N. Goodman Street.

Q. When I Work, Can I Still Get Temporary Assistance?

Yes! Partial benefits are available to families depending upon how much is earned. There are over 2,000 Temporary Assistance families who work and receive partial cash benefits and SNAP. DSS will also pay for child care.

Q. What Benefits Are Available When Temporary Assistance Ends?

If you have children, you may still be eligible for Medicaid and Transitional Child Care. All child support collected will now go directly to you. Many families who leave Temporary Assistance will still be eligible for SNAP.

Q. What is the Earned Income Tax Credit?

The Earned Income Credit is a special tax benefit for people who work full or part-time. Even if you don’t owe income tax, you can get the credit. But, you must file a federal tax return. New York State also has an Earned Income Tax Credit.

Housing Information

Common Forms and Applications 

Most common forms, applications and informational booklets can be found online at the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance website. They are offered in several languages. Applicants can read information right online or print the information/application they desire and print it out.

Important Documents:

Common Forms:

Supplemental Funeral Assistance Grant

If you are concerned about being able to afford the cost of funeral expenses for a loved one who has passed away, you may be eligible for assistance under the Temporary Assistance program.

The funeral home you are working with can help facilitate scheduling an appointment with our Funeral Assistance coordinator, you may contact her directly at:

Monroe County Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
244 S. Plymouth Ave.
Rochester, NY 14608
(585) 232-3386

Because funeral assistance is a component of the Temporary Assistance program, an in-person interview will be required.  Please come prepared to discuss the decedent’s (and any legally-responsible relative’s) financial situation, including income and assets.  Common income and assets include, but are not limited to, any earned or unearned income due to the decedent’s estate, life insurance proceeds, social security or veteran’s death benefits, and bank accounts.

For applicants determined to be eligible for Temporary Assistance, Monroe County will provide a funeral assistance buial grant up to a maximum of $2,500 for decedents aged six years or older, or up to $1250 for deceased children aged five years or younger. (NOTE: increase applies to burials only, not cremation)

Please note that to be considered a funeral eligible for assistance, the total funeral cost cannot amount to more than $7,000.  If the funeral you are arranging will cost more than $7,000, Monroe County will be unable to consider this an indigent burial and we will be unable to provide any assistance.

Accessibility

If you are hard of hearing and you need assistance you may e-mail [email protected]

TTY and Relay Services:

New York State Relay: Dial 711
TTY Phone Numbers: (800) 421-1220 OR (800) 662-1220

  • Then call: (585) 753-6000, option #1 for your worker's phone number OR option #8 for Customer Service

DHS Limited English Proficiency Policy & Procedure

Most common forms, applications and informational booklets can be found online at the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance's website. These applications are offered in several languages and you can read them online or print them out.

Sours: https://www.monroecounty.gov/hs-assistance
COVID-19 Planning and Response for Homeless Assistance Providers Office Hours: February 19, 2021

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Monroe County Assistance Office in Stroudsburg, PA

570-424-3030

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(570) 424-3030

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Medical Assistance Monroe County, Pennsylvania

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Monroe County DSS Financial Assistance SNAP Office

(585) 753-6298

8 hours agoMonroe County DSS Financial Assistance Division 111 Westfall Rd. Rochester, NY - 14620 (585) 753-6298 Fax Number: (585) 753-6296

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Department of Human Services Contact Monroe County, NY

9 hours agoContact Information for Financial Assistance If you have a question on a pending Temporary Assistance (Cash Benefits) or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) application, you can contact the Intake Workgroups at: By phone: 753-2780 By e-mail: dfa2a26.sm.monroe[email protected] By fax: 753-5315

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Stroudsburg, PA Welfare Offices

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Human Services Monroe County, NY

1 hours ago Rochester/Monroe County Youth Bureau. The Rochester/Monroe County Youth Bureau is a planning, funding and coordinating agency dedicated to developing, implementing and evaluating a comprehensive system of services for youth in our community. The office operates on the belief that youth and their families deserve the best services possible.

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Monroe County Assistance Office Food Stamps Office

3 hours ago Address. Monroe County Assistance Office Food Stamps Office. 1972 West Main Street. Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, 18360.

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7 hours agoMonroe County Assistance Office. 1972 W. Main Street Suite 101. Stroudsburg, PA 18360. TANF Phone Number. You can also fax them at 570-424-3915. TANF Program. The name of this state TANF program is Pennsylvania Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. The department that administrates it is the Department of Public Welfare.

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Just Now Also contact the Monroe County Office of Faith-Based Initiatives at 244 S. Plymouth Ave., Rochester, New York 14608, call (585) 232-3386. While funding will vary widely, the amount of financial assistance provided may range from $500 to …

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Where is the medical assistance office in monroe county?

For more information, contact: Monroe County Assistance Office 1972 West Main Street Stroudsburg PA 18360

Where is the monroe county food stamp office?

Find 3 external resources related to Monroe County Assistance Food Stamp Office. Pennsylvania State Website (www.pa.gov) The Monroe County Assistance Food Stamp Office, located in Stroudsburg, PA, administers the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) for Stroudsburg residents.

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Contact 585-753-2740 for additional information or call 585-753-6960 to have an application mailed to you. We always need more information on our offices so we can keep up to date on changes.

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​Medicaid Medical Assistance (Medicaid) is a government program that buys medical care and service for low-income people. Eligibility is determined by evaluating the family's income and assets. Medicaid is available to low income people of any age. Monroe County Assistance Office (570) 424-3030

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Monroe County Assistance DPW Office Stroudsburg

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Website: http://www.dhs.pa.gov/


Stroudsburg, PA - 18360
570-424-3030

Financial Help Provided:SNAP, TANF Cash Assistance, Food Stamps, Welfare Office




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Office hours: Mondays through Fridays 7:30am to 5pm.

This is a Pennsylvania County Department of Public Welfare Office. Services include:

Office of Income Maintenance: This department serves low-income Pennsylvanians through cash assistance programs such as Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, or TANF; employment and training programs; the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formally known as food stamps; home heating assistance; and assistance programs for refugees and the homeless. Many of these services are delivered through more than 90 county assistance offices located across Pennsylvania.

The Department of Public Welfare also works closely with other state agencies who serve similar populations. The department partners with the Pennsylvania Department of Aging through the Office of Long-Term Living. This office addresses the solutions and challenges of housing and caring for older adults. Also, in a joint partnership with the Pennsylvania Department of Education, the Office of Child Development and Early Learning serves children and families in early learning, subsidized child care and early intervention programs for at-risk children.

The Office of Medical Assistance Programs: This department is responsible for purchasing health care for more than 2.3 million Pennsylvania residents and enrolling Medical Assistance providers who administer the care. The Office of Medical Assistance programs works closely with these providers to process their claims, establish rates and fees, and contract and monitor managed care organizations. Additionally, the department works to ensure the integrity of these programs, in part by detecting and deterring provider and recipient fraud and abuse.

The Office of Income Maintenance (OIM) is responsible for the administration of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) cash assistance program, Medicaid/Medical Assistance (MA), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); the new name for the Food Stamp program, child support, home heating assistance (LIHEAP program), and employment and training services. These programs are provided through county assistance offices, which are located across Pennsylvania.





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