10 Cady Street

Rochester, NY 14608

S.W.A.N Inc. at Montgomery Neighborhood Center

SWAN Inc @ Montgomery Center provides support to our residents with priority given to those in zip codes 14608, 14611 and 14619. Through our Emergency Services Program, our agency assists individuals and families in the Southwest Community who are experiencing issues due to loss in income. We assist our service area with the following neighborhood needs: Rent/Mortgage Assistance, Eviction Prevention, Food Assistance, Emergency Appliances/Beds(small furniture), Transportation (minor vehicle repairs/bus passes). Property Preservation aides with minor exterior and interior home repairs for home owners with limited income. Our staff provides support needed through providing team to complete tasks at no cost for labor to the homeowner. Additionally, the Home Preservation team works to provide educational workshops to improve the lives of the individuals within our service area and beyond. Workshops offering information on credit, first time home buyers, and health seminars. Senior Nutrition Program for residents ages 60 and over. Offering a nutritious, satisfying meal 5 days a week, snacks, fresh produce and provides a complete monthly calendar of recreational, cultural, educational, health, exercise and social service programs. The Senior Program recently unveiled a new Aesthetic Agricultural Awareness program, a beautiful vegetable and flower garden in the green space near the building. The program worked with young people to maintain the space and enjoy a safe, healthy space to socialize and exercise. We look forward to also providing technology training in the months ahead. Additionally the organization provides connections to other available services countywide, allows clients to utilize business office for faxing/copying and looks to increase our footprint in offerings related to overall physical, mental and financial health of those we are fortunate to serve as a general resource of information.

We focus on: Human Services, Community Benefit and Economic Development

Where we are: Monroe


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