CCCS of Rochester cultivates our community partnerships
We believe that offering our expertise to the community in partnership with other organizations strengthens our commitment to our clients. Feel free to contact our partners directly for the services they offer, or attend one of our credit counseling sessions to learn more.
Action for a Better Community (ABC): (585) 325-5116
ABC has aided thousands of individuals and families to move from public assistance and/or the ranks of the working poor to a gainfully employed, tax-paying status through programs that touch upon the health, education, safety, employment, and housing of our region's families, individuals, teens, and toddlers. We educate clients at ABC on financial literacy topics.
Baden Street Settlement: (585) 325-4910
Baden Street Settlement is a community non-profit organization serving people living in northeast Rochester, NY. We work to improve education and health for families, and reduce crime and violence. We share our knowledge of financial literacy with class participants.
Creating Assets, Savings, and Hope (C.A.S.H.): (585) 454-4060
We are a community coalition lead by Empire Justice to help low-income workers make the most of their money and build stronger financial futures. We joined forces with Empire Justice and a large group of community supporters to help provide free tax return preparation assistance and other services during the tax season.
City of Rochester - City Living Sundays: (585) 428-5990
The City of Rochester and other sponsors promote home buying in the city complete with educational opportunities on all facets of the home buying experience. CCCS of Rochester is a sponsor of this event. Visit our booth to find information about our first time home buying, housing counseling, and financial education services.
First Niagara First Home Club: (888) 346-1717
Individuals are given the opportunity to earn matching funds toward the closing costs and down payment for the purchase of a home by opening an Individual Development Account with First Niagara. CCCS of Rochester provides first time home buying counseling to fulfill program requirements.
Hauppauge Industrial Association: (631) 543-5355
HIA-LI helps Long Island businesses prosper. We have been the recognized voice for business on Long Island and a powerful force and economic engine for regional development for more than 30 years.
Lifespan: (585) 244-8400
Lifespan provides information, guidance, and financial literacy workshops for older adults.
Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project: (212) 680-5100
A resource and advocacy center that works with community groups to promote financial justice in New York City's low income communities and communities of color.
NeighborWorks Rochester: (585) 325-4170
NeighborWorks develops partnerships to strengthen, sustain, and promote Rochester city neighborhoods. CCCS of Rochester refers clients to NeighborWorks for assistance with home buying in the City of Rochester.
Visions Federal Credit Union: (585) 328-5410
We reach out to those who have been previously excluded from financial institutions. Our counselors teach courses on financial literacy titled "The Progressive Way to Better Credit".
Rochester Educational Opportunity Center (REOC): (585) 232-2730
The REOC provides academic preparation, career training, and financial literacy services for adults ages 17 and older.
Rochester Gas & Electric (RG&E): (877) 266-3492
RG&E provides utility billing subsidy programs to assist customers with paying their bill. The programs include budgeting and energy-saving workshops for participants.
Rochester Housing Authority (RHA): (585) 697-1150
The RHA's Family Self-Sufficiency Program is a voluntary employment and savings incentive program designed to help families become economically independent and self-sufficient. CCCS of Rochester supports the RHA with a three-session course on financial literacy for their program participants.
YMCA - Lewis Street Daycare Center: YMCA (585) 325-2572
The center's after school program helps disadvantaged children acquire educational and social skills through constructive activities. The center joined the national effort to provide financial literacy education to school age children and offers a 30-hour course to certain groups. CCCS of Rochester provides the Financial Literacy education to children in grades 4-6.