Auburn NY Welfare Programs and Statistics

Want to learn more about helpful government programs that Auburn residents may qualify for? Search over 600 benefit programs available from various government agencies all in one location.

Most Popular Auburn, New York Benefits

New York Child Health Plus (CHIP)
New York Head Start
New York Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
New York Medicaid
New York School Breakfast and Lunch Program
New York Special Milk Program
New York Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
New York State Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
New York Summer Food Service
New York Temporary Assistance
New York Unemployment Insurance
New York Weatherization Assistance Program

Auburn, New York Head Start Office Locations

4 Head Start Office Locations in Auburn, NY

Cayuga/Seneca CAA Head Start Site II 1 Brookfield Place Auburn, NY 13021 (315) 252-0038
Cayuga/Seneca CAA Head Start Casey Park Site 101 Pulaski St Auburn, NY 13021 (315) 255-8753
Cayuga/Seneca CAA Head Start Owasco 66 Letchworth St Auburn, NY 13021 (315) 255-8753
Cayuga/Seneca CAA Seward 52 Metcalf Dr Auburn, NY 13021 (315) 255-8600

Other Help & Aid Resources in Auburn, New York

Auburn, New York welfare resources are available through different outlets. Find the nearest location and make contact with a community outreach center today.

Alternative To Violence Project 8794 State Route 90 N, King Ferry, NY (315) 364-8210
Alzheimer's Association 441 W Kirkpatrick St, Syracuse, NY (315) 472-4201
American Red Cross 11 State St, Auburn, NY (315) 252-9596
American Red Cross 83 W Bayard St, Seneca Falls, NY (315) 568-9436
American Red Cross 636 S Warren St, Syracuse, NY (315) 425-1666
American Red Cross/Onondaga 220 Herald Pl # 1, Syracuse, NY (315) 234-2200
Arc of Onondaga - Lowell Avenue Woodshop 401 N Lowell Ave, Syracuse, NY (315) 476-8397
ARC of Onondaga County 800 S Wilbur Ave, Syracuse, NY (315) 473-5020
Arc of Onondaga 4623 Onondaga Blvd, Syracuse, NY (315) 478-0877
Arc of Onondaga 600 S Wilbur Ave, Syracuse, NY (315) 476-7441
Auburn Downtown Partnership 2 State St, Auburn, NY (315) 252-7874
Baldwinsville Meals On Wheels 76 Canton St, Baldwinsville, NY (315) 638-2171
Booker T Washington Community 23 Chapman Ave, Auburn, NY (315) 253-3207
Boy Scouts of America 1579 Clark Street Rd, Auburn, NY (315) 252-9579
Bureau of Special Children Services 501 E Fayette St, Syracuse, NY (315) 435-3230
Catholic Charities 1654 W Onondaga St # 2, Syracuse, NY (315) 424-1800
Catholic Charities 514 Seymour St, Syracuse, NY (315) 474-3939
Catholic Charities 94 Exchange St, Geneva, NY (315) 789-2235
Catholic Charities: Oxford Street Inn 201 Oxford St, Syracuse, NY (315) 423-9137
Cayuga Home For Children 101 Hamilton Ave, Auburn, NY (315) 253-5383
Cayuga Seneca Community Action Agency Inc 53 Water St, Auburn, NY (315) 282-0523
CCH Home Care & Palliative Services 990 7th North St, Liverpool, NY (315) 641-2385
Center For Disability Rights 1 Franklin Sq, Geneva, NY (315) 789-1800
Center For Dispute Settlement 130 Genesee St # 120, Auburn, NY (315) 252-4260
Chadwick Residence 335 Valley Dr, Syracuse, NY (315) 476-6554

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