Fidelis Care
Wayne Resource Guide Crisis/Homeless Shelter

Call 24 hours. Call for area support and resources.

5297 Parkside Drive., Suite 410
Canandaigua, NY 14424
Housing counseling services include pre and post purchase counseling, foreclosure prevention, homeless and rental counseling to landlords and tenants. PathStone is also a loan packager for the USDA 502 Direct Loan assisting households with the mortgage process from application to closing.

The Good Neighbor Fund
Western Presbyterian Church
101 East Main St., Palmyra
Support for individuals and families for utilities and rent. Checks made payable only to third party such as landlord, NYSEG, etc. Available to residents of Palmyra, Macedon and Farmington.

VRC_ad.jpgVictim Resource Center of the Finger Lakes, Inc.
132 Harrison St., Newark
NYS Office of Children & Family Services and Department of Health certified agency for the victims of domestic, sexual, stalking, dating violence and child abuse services. All services are free and confidential.

Wayne Behavioral Health Network
Crisis & Emergency Services
(LifeLine) 800.310.1160
Wayne County residents have continuous 24/7 access to crisis and emergency services by calling LifeLine. Services include Mobile Crisis Outreach in which a clinician will come to your home or any community setting to assess individuals in mental health crisis. Additional services include emergency department evaluations, crisis appointments, emergency housing and extended observation for 72 hours.

Wayne CAP, Inc.
7190 Ridge Rd., Sodus
Emergency services for families and individuals to find help locating food and clothing. Also provides advocating, transitional housing, job search and counseling.

Wayne County Department of Social Services
77 Water St., Lyons
For Temporary Assistance with Emergency Assistance to Families (EAF), HEAP or Diversional Payments contact the Department of Social Services.

Wayne County Pre-Trial Services
103 Colton Ave., Newark
Wayne County Pre-Trial Services provides short-term crisis management to assist youth in obtaining shelter, food, and clothing, crisis intervention, counseling, substance abuse prevention and independent living skills. A homeless youth is defined as a person under the age of twenty-one who is in need of services and is without a stable and appropriate shelter where supervision and care are available.


The Victim Resource Center of the Finger Lakes, Inc.