At Dimitri House, we continue to honor our roots. We remember those who got us started in the early 1980s by providing nutritious meals, warm hospitality, and loving acceptance to the poor and homeless of Rochester.
In February 2000, we received independent status as a charitable 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Today, we help our clients on their journeys towards self-sufficiency by offering many programs including, a food pantry which provides an emergency supply of groceries to eligible individuals and families, a drop-in lunch program where clients can access services to help them address challenges they are facing, our program (DASH) which provides security deposits and case management services to homeless individuals interested in making the move into permanent housing. We recently opened Mamczur Place Supported Apartments and have house six chronically homeless people into their own one-bedroom apartment. Completed with a rental subsidy, case management and life skills supports and only fifty steps away from our food cupboard and lunch program.
We have two full-time employees, one part-time employee, a volunteer Board of Directors, and a few devoted volunteers.
We keep it simple. We don't do it all but what we do, we do well.
We focus on: Human Services
Where we are: Monroe
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