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A large Catholic charities organization serving western New York. They provide a variety of services, but most notably run a number of emergency housing sites and Catholic Family Center Emergency Services. See their website for the complete list of services they offer at www.cfcrochester.org. Below is a list of the emergency housing options they run.

Phone Number: 585-546-7220 or 585-232-2050

87 N Clinton Ave, Rochester NY 14604

Francis Hospitality Center Edit

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Francis Center provides around the clock, on-site emergency and transitional housing services for men. The emergency program has a capacity of 38 beds with an overflow of three additional beds for inclement weather. Also Provides housing for the Dubois Residential Program (DRP), which is housing for those transitioning back from the New York State Department of Corrections.  

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Homeless males placed in emergency housing by Monroe County Department of Human Services (MCDHS). Housing is free for DHS pending clients with emergency housing by MCDHS.

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547 Joseph Avenue 14605

585-423-9590 or use main CFC phone number above


Freedom HouseEdit

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Intensive residential program aimed at facilitating recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction.

Eligibility: Edit

1.) Males 18 years or older

2.) Eligible for Chemical Dependency Intensive Residential Services by NYS OASAS Criteria

3.) Need a NYS OASAS Referral form

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55 Troup Street

585-546-3046 or 585-546-7220 x5030


Sanctuary HouseEdit

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Providing emergency and transitional housing to women. There is ability to join multiple rooms to accommodate larger families. Additional services include Drug/alcohol rehabilitation referrals, education, literacy and employment training.

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Referrals are received for emergency housing from Monroe County Department of Human Services (DHS), Alternatives for Battered Women (ABW), Salvation Army, Monroe County Re-Entry Task Force, NY State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS), hospitals, community agencies, police departments, self-referrals and others. Clients must be homeless or at risk of homelessness.

If referred from DHS it is free. Referrals from other agencies are considered on a case by case basis.

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585-232-2050


Women's PlaceEdit

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Provides "home-like" private rooms to women and women with small children. Additional services and eligibility are similar to the Sanctuary House.

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585-232-2050


LaFayette HousingEdit

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Affordable apartments for individuals and families with a documented disability and are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Additional services are similar to the Sanctuary House and Women's Place. The program costs no more than 30% of the individuals income.

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1.) 18 or older

2.) Homeless

3.) Must have some form of income (employment, SSI/SSDI, Public assistance or other form of income)

4.) Must have documented disability by HUD definition, such as: mental illness, HIV/AIDS, Substance Abuse, Physical or Developmental, etc.

Contact: Edit

585-232-2050

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