St. Lawrence University

United Helpers

The organization operates more than 25 retirement communities, nursing homes, and health care centers throughout St. Lawrence County, New York. It offers case management and intensive support services to mentally ill patients. It provides a variety of home support services, such as housekeeping, meal preparation, personal care and transportation. Their website provides links, locations, and contact information for a number of services throughout St. Lawrence County.

St. Lawrence County Department of Social Services

The St. Lawrence County Department of Social Services provides temporary assistance to eligible individuals and families to help them with their basic needs until they can become self-sufficient. Toward that end, we have employment programs and other supportive services such as day care so that people can find and maintain employment. We also administer programs which can assist people with their medical expenses and nutritional needs.

Reachout Hotline of St. Lawrence County

Free, confidential crisis and information hotline. Services include listening as well as providing information for available services in the area.

Transitional Living Services of Northern New York

Offers housing and support to the mentally ill and homeless. Additional offices: Behavioral Health and Wellness Center: 7750 South state street, Lowville, NY 13367, Community Housing and Assistance Program (CHAAP): 110 Ogden Street, Ogdensburg, NY 13669

Temporary Assistance

Temporary Assistance provides financial assistance including food, shelter, fuel, food stamps, Medicaid and HEAP through Social Services.

Housing Choice Voucher Program

Provides rental assistance for income eligible families.

North Country Freedom Homes

Substance abuse treatment and half way house

St. Lawrence Valley Renewal House

An empowering resource for survivors and families of domestic violence and sexual assault. The Renewal House has a 24/7 hotline as well as resources in their center. Office hours are 8am-5pm. The Renewal House's services are free and confidential for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. There is an intake process for a residential stay and the stay may be up to 180 days. Non-residential stays can last as long as one needs assistance for. Clients are required to present a valid ID for both residential and non-residential visits.