- TO REPORT SUSPECTED CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT, CALL CPS AT 1-800-342-3720
Victim Assistance - Rochester, NY
If you are the victim of a crime, the Rochester Police Department's (RPD) Victim Assistance Unit is here to help. The office is located on the second floor, Room 270, of the Rochester Public Safety Building, 185 Exchange Blvd., Rochester, NY. Hours are Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturdays 8 a.m. to noon; telephone (585) 428-6630.View Details
You have the right to be protected against intimidation and harm. If you are threatened, immediately call 9-1-1.
CPS Impact Team housed at Bivona Child Advocacy Center
Child Protective Services is a program area of the Children and Family Services Division of the Monroe County Department of Human Services that:View Details
- Receives and investigates reports of suspected abuse and neglect of children;
- Protects children who have been abused or neglected; and
- Provides support and rehabilitative services to families where children have been abused or neglected.
Do you need help accessing services in our district such as Student Placement, Transportation or Special Education? Do you have a question, compliment, or concern about your child's school? Contact At Your Service today and we'll respond within 48 hours to help. Email email@example.comView Details
The Department of Human Services has as its goal a common sense human service delivery system that is comprehensive, responsive, coordinated and based on measurable results. The department provides various forms of assistance to citizens of Monroe County including income support, medical assistance and comprehensive services designed to promote a higher quality of life for children, families and disadvantaged or elderly adults.View Details
The Preventive Services Unit, a division of the Monroe County Department of Human Services, is committed to contracting for the most effective, efficient, and accessible services for families whose children are at risk of placement out of the home. These services are intended to prevent foster care placements, hasten the return home of children already in placement, divert youth from entering the Family Court system, prevent and reduce incidents of child maltreatment and strengthen family life.View Details
The Office of Victim Service now accepts online claim applications through the Victim Service Portal. Before filing an online claim: Consider contacting a victim assistance program for help. Victim advocates can help ensure OVS has all the paperwork necessary to determine if you are eligible for assistance.View Details