Community Resource Center
Connecting Monroe County residents to case management services, temporary basic needs, advocacy and more
Our goal is to help individuals identify and implement steps that prevent repeated emergencies and develop plans for self-sufficiency.
Our response during the COVID-19 pandemic
Our office has been closed for in-person services. Our SEES case managers continue to serve our clients remotely. In March 2020, a hotline was established in which clients could call and receive a referral for our services or other community resources. SEES staff has played a key role in ensuring Spanish-speaking clients were connected to the appropriate resources throughout the pandemic.