Drug Prevention and Services Supporting the Whole Person

Home and Community Based Services Recovery-oriented programs designed to build stability on a person's individual path to recovery.

Contact Information:

  • Address:

    79 N Clinton Ave., Rochester, NY 14604

  • Phone:

    (585) 546-7220 x7000

About the Program

Home and Community Based Services are a group of programs designed to expand access to person-centered, trauma informed support and training services. These services are Recovery-oriented, supporting an integrated care plan that addresses physical and behavioral health needs through evidence-based and data-driven techniques that can build stability and promote hope, encouraging each person on their individual path to recovery.

What the Program Offers

The Five Home and Community Based Services we offer are as follows:

  • Empowerment Services: Peer Supports – Connecting Clients with certified Chemical Dependency and Mental Health Peers to support their wellness and recovery through advocacy, engagement, training on self help tools, and support through recovery, transitions in situation, and crisis.
  • Family Support and Training – Connecting clients and their family supports with support and training that facilitates healthcare and treatment professionals partnering with and including supportive family in treatment, recovery and/or rehabilitation.
  • Pre-Vocational Services – Preparing clients for employment through training and experiences that will build a foundation of strengths and soft skills that contribute to employability and stability in an integrated community setting.
  • Intensive Supportive Employment – Assisting clients in obtaining and keeping competitive employment, helping to identify reasonable accommodations that make it possible for clients who would otherwise struggle to participate in an integrated community setting.
  • Ongoing Supportive Employment – Follow-Along support, similar to Intensive Supportive Employment, assisting clients in keeping competitive employment, allowing for ongoing follow up support that can build long term stability for clients.

Eligibility criteria

This program is only accessible to Harp eligible members of a health home, with a Care manager to refer them to the programs we provide.

Program Cost and Selection Process

This program is paid for through Managed Medicaid already available to Health Home and HARP eligible clients.

Intake Process

To sign up or for more information please email, call or fill out and submit the PDF form.

Chemical Depend­ency Preven­tion School-based counseling.

Contact Information:

  • Address:

    79 N Clinton Ave., Rochester, NY 14604

  • Phone:

    (585) 546-3046 x5004

About the Program

School-based free counseling currently available at five schools for youth whose family environment, behavior and/or psychosocial development place them at higher risk for alcohol and substance abuse. Parents and/or siblings of these students may also be included in program depending on their involvement in these at risk behaviors.

The program currently serves children and adolescents in the Rochester City School District, the Hilton School District and Bishop Kearney.

What the Program Offers

Individual and family counseling, student group sessions, evidence based approach counseling, classroom presentations, connection to outside community supports.

Eligibility criteria

Referred by school staff, students and parents within the identified school districts.

Intake Process

CD Counselor is contacted concerning referral, availability is checked to make initial referral assessment or placed on waiting list, and referral is admitted into program and/or outsourced to Community Resources.

Program Cost

Free of charge to eligible participants.

Recovery Connection Intensive case management and outreach for clients in recovery with extensive basic needs

Contact Information:

  • Address:

    79 N Clinton Ave., Rochester, NY 14604

  • Phone:

    585-546-1271 x6383

  • Fax:

    585-546-2607

About the Program

The Recovery Connection program provides intensive case management and outreach to clients with chemical dependency or co-occurring mental health disorders that have significant and high use of costly and intensive inpatient services. These individuals are often referred from inpatient treatment providers, detoxification centers, hospital emergency rooms, homeless shelters and other treatment centers. All of these clients have extensive basic needs for food, clothing and shelter, and ongoing income and insurance, are often still in active addiction. The goal in this program is assisting clients with their basic support needs, engaging clients into treatment for mental health and chemical dependency, developing abstinence and accomplishing their other individually defined goals.

What the Program Offers

The program provides extensive outreach and case management support to clients involved with the program. Care Coordinators assist with the location of safe and appropriate housing, facilitation in establishing or following through with medical or mental health services and supporting the client to address other key needs.

Eligibility criteria

Clients must be residents of Monroe county, between the ages of 18 and 64, Medicaid eligible, have a history of hospitalization or inpatient treatments at least three times in 12 months or four times in 24 months and in need of case management.

Program Cost and Selection Process

Clients must be residents of Monroe county, between the ages of 18 and 64, Medicaid eligible, have a history of hospitalization or inpatient treatments at least three times in 12 months or four times in 24 months and in need of case management.

There are no costs for program services.

Intake Process

Interested individuals may contact the Program Manager at 585-546-1271 x6383 or complete an application for services and appropriate releases and fax to 585-546-2607.

Healthy Sisters' Soup and Bean Works Empowering women in recovery with tools and a path to independence

Our Healthy Sisters Soup & Bean Works program is provided as part of our Serving the Community portfolio of services - where business meets philanthropy and creates hope.

Who is CFC

A quick overview of Catholic Family Center

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Providing the most vulnerable with hope