Services for Youth with Disabilities

There are many agencies that offer services to young people with disabilities and their families. To find out what specific resources and accommodations are available, or to get more information, call:

The Advocacy Center 546-1700
Al Sigl Center 442-4100
Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired-Goodwill 232-1111
ARC of Monroe County 271-0660
Baden Street Settlement 325-8130
Big Brothers/Big Sisters (Community Partners for Youth) 442-2250 (454-6329 TDD*)
Center for Disability Rights 546-7510
Community Place of Greater Rochester 288-0021
Compeer, Inc. (mentoring for people with mental illness) 546-8280, (546-7959 TTY*)
CP Rochester (formerly United Cerebral Palsy Assn.) 334-6000
Easter Seals of New York 292-5831
Family Resource Centers of Crestwood, Early Intervention Program-Intake through Monroe County Dept. of Health 753-KIDS
Epilepsy Association of Greater Rochester 442-4430
LDA Life and Learning Services 263-3323
Legal Aid Society Youth Advocacy Program 232-4090
Lifetime Assistance, Inc. 426-4120
NYS Education Department, Inc. 238-2900 (325-6278 TDD*)
Regional Early Childhood Direction Center 399-4617
Rochester Center for Independent Living 442-6470
Rochester Special Education Training & Resource Center 262-8646

                    
      

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