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SW Safety Net

MEETS 2nd & 4th Friday of mth, 10 a.m. @ 275 Dr. Samuel McCree Way.

A product of the Neighborhood Consortium for Youth Justice, Safety Nets are a collaboration of agencies and organizations partnering to help detached youth and families throughout the city of Rochester.  

Detached youth are effectively and strategically connected with collaboratively-linked neighborhood resources that support their positive development, health, and well-being.

SW SAFETY NET Flyer

Location: Rochester, NY
Members: 5
Latest Activity: Aug 28, 2017

SW Safety Net - Meets Every 2nd, 3rd & 4th Friday at 10 a.m. @ 275 Dr. Samuel McCree Way

Link to Partner List:   SW Safety Net Partners 

Discussion Forum

Furniture Resources

Started by Eleanor Coleman. Last reply by Eleanor Coleman Sep 28, 2012. 3 Replies

Please respond to this discussion with contact information for furniture resources.  Thanks!Continue

Family-Oriented Activities

Started by Eleanor Coleman Aug 11, 2012. 0 Replies

Westside Farmers Market - Neighborhood market located in St. Monica’s parking lot on Genesee St.  - every Tuesday from 4-7:30 p.m. until Mid October.  Opportunity to meet neighbors; free bike repair…Continue

Tags: market, farmers, westside

Upcoming Events

Started by Eleanor Coleman Aug 11, 2012. 0 Replies

September, 2012 - Parenting Class25-30 per class; 20 wk curriculum 4 hrs wk, once a wk;advocating for children in the neighborhood; teaching advocacy competence; opening minds to opposing views;3 FT…Continue

Tags: Events, Family, Youth, Disengaged

Job Readiness Resources

Started by Eleanor Coleman Aug 11, 2012. 0 Replies

RochesterWorks! 4-wk Career Exploration/Job Readiness program http://www.rochesterworks.org/         Leesah Zink, 258-3512Industry - Currently hiring…Continue

Tags: Youth, Disengaged, Net, Safety, SW

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Comment by Eleanor Coleman on September 26, 2012 at 11:06am

More Furniture Info from Beatriz LeBron via Florence Clemmons

Beatriz LeBron a href="mailto:bblebron@gmail.com" target="_blank">bblebron@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 10:17 PM
Subject: Re: Fwd: FW: Furniture
To: Florence Clemmons /span>florenceclemmons@gmail.com>

Resource can depend on how low the income and the circumstances.


If the family recieves DHS they can get a furniture referral to Hope Intiatives(585-697-0407
Also Asbury Church on East Avenue (585-473-0950) takes referrals from social agencies, churches, and health care providers for families, but they provide smaller household items, dishes, towels, linens etc...

The best way to get free furniture is to check out Craigs List (Rochester.craigslist.org) under the For Sale header, click on Free and they always have free furniture! Families can also post what they need. I've used all these for families and sometimes a combination of all three to get a family situated. I hope this helps! 
Beatriz

Comment by Eleanor Coleman on September 17, 2012 at 3:22pm

Southwest Safety Net - Notes from 8/31/2012 Meeting

Introductions

8 Members were present: Mike Brooks, Alonzo Henry, Val Ingram, Time Weider, Marilyn Gist, Sandy Migliori, Karla Boyce, Officer Joseph Travato, Amy Britto, Makimba Smithies

Officer Travato gave a brief overview of procedure with Juveniles and interaction with the police. The juvenile contact form was discussed.

Gang Database was discussed. Sandy Migliorr asked about gang affilitions- and how does someone make the gang affiliation list?  Officer Travato said 3 things: Admitting, documentation (flagging) associated with known members of a gang (having been FIF’d previously).

Officer Joe dealt mostly in the Sector 4 area or what was the Genesee Section at one time. He dealt mostly with Sex Offenders and Drug Houses. He added that he would talk to his collegues about their concerns with youth in the area.

Mike Brooks stressed the importance of not giving out too much information (e.g., Do not put in specific information in the form of an e-mail).

There was a discussion about the New York Works orientation.  Some of the members were concerned about the facilitator. Need to get clarification on what RochesterWorks does and how that relates to what others provide.

Questions to be addressed:

  • What can the Safety Net members do to prepare the youth to be more job ready or at least more ready to attend the orientation if that is what is required?
  • What is the state of the working environment for 14-21 year-olds?

Tim said he would contact John Premo and ask for the information.

 

 
 
 

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ABOUT THE 19TH WARD

19th Ward Community Association
Rochester City Living
RocWiki.org

 

ANIMAL RELATED SERVICES

To report animal cruelty, call 911 or  THE ANIMAL CRUELTY HOTLINE: (585) 223-6500

Coupon offers from Pet Saver Superstore

City of Rochester Low-income Spay/Neuter for pet Dogs and Cats

Rochester Community Animal Clinic - low-income spay/neuter for pet dogs and cats, and feral cats

PAWS, Inc.Providing Animal Welfare Services

Scottsville Veterinary Adoptions - Petco Clinics

City of Rochester Adopt a Dog or Cat

Lollypop Farm, The Humane Society of Rochester and Monroe County 

 

BUYING A HOME IN THE 19TH WARD

Brooks Court New Homes

Homesteadnet.com

City of Rochester Property Information

Rochester City Living

Trulia Listed Homes For Sale

UR Home Ownership Program

Zillow listed homes for sale

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Arnett Public Library

Brooks Landing

City Councilman  Adam McFadden

City Councilman  Dana Miller

City of Rochester 

County Legislator 25th District John Lightfoot

County Legislator 27th  District  Willie Lightfoot

Craigslist 19th Ward Search

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Metro Justice

RGRTA Bus Information

Minority Reporter

Rochester Green Living

ROCSPOT

Sector 4 Comm. Developmant Corp

SWAN Community Band

Savor Life Radio Show

Teen Empowerment

WRUR 88.5 U of R Radio

Southwest Family YMCA

UR Gov. & Community Relations

S.W.A.N.


EDUCATION

Rochester Prep Charter School

U.S. Dept. of Education

 

FAITH COMMUNITY

St. Monica Church

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church

 

BUSINESSES


Brue Coffee (on RocWiki)

El Latino Restaurant
D and L Groceries
Hand Crafted Wrought Iron
Jim Dalberth Sports
Menezes Pizza
TOPS Friendly Markets
Staybridge Suites

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