Culturally responsive, trauma-informed, relationally based and evidence-driven practice, training, consultation and support across child and family serving disciplines.


Our programs respectfully partner with children and their families to advocate for their physical and emotional health, well-being, and safety now and in the future.


It is your generosity that allows us to provide services to the children and families here in Western NY that are in need of our support and interventions.

Our Locations

SPCC Fitzhugh Street Office

Home to our Family Trauma Intervention Program, Healthy Families Monroe Program, Teen Age Parent Support Services Program, Vendor Management Program, & Agency Administration.

148 S. Fitzhugh Street
Rochester, NY 14608

Hours: Monday – Friday; 8:30 – 5:00 PM

Tel: (585) 325-6101
Fax: (585) 325-6960

SPCC Visitation Center

Home to our Supervised Visitation & Exchange Program and our Therapeutic Visitation Program

451 E. Henrietta Road
Rochester, NY 14620

Tel: (585) 753-2700
Fax: (585) 753-2711

Click HERE for directions

Canandaigua WIC Office

79 S. Main Street
Canandaigua, NY 14424
Tel: (585) 394-9240
Fax: (585) 394-9285

Newark WIC Office

513 W. Union Street
Newark, NY 14513
Tel: 585-394-9240
Fax: (315) 573-7158

Satellite Sites

For the convenience of our program participants, WIC clinic sites throughout our 5 County region are held in churches and other community settings on specific days each month. Please call SPCC’s main WIC office at 585-394-9240 for specific dates and an appointment.


Perinton Community Church
636 High Street Extension
Fairport NY 14450


Presbyterian Church
24 Park Place
Geneva, NY 14456

Penn Yan

First Presbyterian Church
211 Main Street
Penn Yan, NY 14527


Myers Medical Office Building
6600 Middle Road
Sodus, NY 14551


Presbyterian Church
550 Webster Rd. (Route 250)
Webster, NY 14580


Faith Methodist Church
12223 Oswego St.
Wolcott, NY 14590

our passions


  • Preventing Child Abuse & Neglect

    Working to stop the patterns that fail our children in providing their basic needs.

  • Intimate Partner Violence Prevention & Intervention

    Working to stop the pattern of abuse and controlling behavior in domestic settings.

  • Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health

    Supporting the social and emotional health of infants and young children.

  • Reflective Supervision

    Supporting and promoting the development of a relationship-based organization.

  • Trauma Informed Care

    Recognizing & responding to the widespread impact of all forms of trauma.

  • Racial Equity

    We advocate for equity and justice, particularly for historically marginalized, disenfranchised and oppressed peoples.

About Us

SPCC’s mission is to provide the best opportunities for a bright future by respectfully partnering with children and their families, advocating for their health, well-being, and safety, and working to heal and strengthen relationships.
Healing the past, nurturing the future.
We are SPCC.

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