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Delta Sigma Theta Supports Hillside Youth

In the month of March, The Rochester Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority donated over 60 suitcases to the children living at Hillside so that children leaving or transferring between services will not need to carry their belongings in plastic garbage bags. Pictured here are Grace Douglas and Brenda Murphy-Pough from Sigma Theta and Greg Reynolds, Hillside Integration Operations Manager. Pastors and local churches were asked to partner with Delta Sigma Theta to help reach a goal of collecting 100 pieces of luggage to donate to youth in foster care. There were 9 participating churches: Greece Road Church of God…

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Summer Meal Program

Free Summer Meal Sites across New York and around the country Learning and good nutrition do not end when school lets out. The USDA Summer Food Service Program helps provide nutritious meals to children so they are better fueled with healthy food to learn and grow.  Starting in July and going to mid-August, youth ages 18 years and younger can receive FREE breakfast, lunch, or snack served at community recreation centers, summer school locations and other neighborhood sites around New York State, Maryland and throughout the country. Find the location and meal times that work best for you New for…

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Family Resources

Family Resources An array of supportive services helping empower parents and families to realize their full potential. Youth aren’t the only family members who sometimes need support and guidance. Through a combination of neighborhood- and home-based services, Hillside partners with families to ensure that biological, foster and adoptive parents all have the customized life-enhancing resources they need to fulfill their potential as guardians, leaders and caregivers. Services: Adoption Services – Child Focused Adoption Services – International Bridges to Health Center for Child and Family Therapy – Outpatient Clinic Customized Community Services Emergency Respite Bed Family Crisis Support Services Family Finding…

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In Home and Community Support

In Home and Community Support Personalized, highly accessible services that support youth and families as they face a broad array of life challenges A young person’s sense of home and community can provide an essential foundation as they overcome life challenges and achieve positive long-term goals. Hillside’s in-home and community-based services integrate an array of research-informed practices into the day-to-day lives of the youth with whom we partner. From home-based support to juvenile justice diversion programs, our role is designed to keep youth safe from harm, guided by constructive influences, and committed to a pathway of success. Services: Adoption Services…

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Hillside Family of Agencies President & CEO Dennis M. Richardson to Retire Effective June 30, 2018

Hillside Family of Agencies President & CEO Dennis M. Richardson to Retire Effective June 30, 2018 Richardson has led HFA’s growth and innovation since 1994 ROCHESTER, NY — Hillside Family of Agencies, one of the largest child-and-family human services organizations in the United States, announces the planned retirement of President and Chief Executive Officer Dennis M. Richardson. His retirement will be effective at the end of the fiscal year, June 30, 2018, following 24 years of service to the organization. Prior to joining Hillside Family of Agencies in 1994, Richardson was Executive Director of the Children’s Study Home in Springfield,…

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Hillside Family of Agencies Announces Executive Leadership Changes

Augustin Melendez to transition to Chief HROD Officer position; Paul Perrotto, Chief Financial and Strategic Development Officer, announces retirement effective June 30 ROCHESTER, NY — Hillside Family of Agencies, one of the largest child-and-family human services organizations in the United States, has announced key changes to its executive leadership team: Augustin Melendez, a member of Hillside’s leadership team since 2013, will transition from his role as President of Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection (HW-SC) to the role of Chief Human Resources and Organizational Development (HROD) Officer. Melendez, formerly a veteran human-resources executive at Eastman Kodak Company and Paychex, has been serving as…

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Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Announces Partnership with Binghamton City School District

Binghamton, NY — Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection (HW-SC), an affiliate of Hillside Family of Agencies, has launched its first partnership in the greater Binghamton area through a new agreement with the Binghamton City School District that will take effect this fall. HW-SC provides a wide range of supportive services to students in grades 9-12 who are vulnerable to factors that can prevent high school graduation, and helps them graduate from high school on time with college and career readiness. Core services including mentoring, life skills and workforce development are facilitated by the HW-SC Youth Advocate, a full-time professional who works closely…

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Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Announces Formation of Greater Washington Region

July 2017 – Prince George’s County, MD — Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection (HW-SC), an affiliate of Hillside Family of Agencies, has announced the formation of the Greater Washington service region, comprised of HW-SC programs in Prince George’s County, MD, and Washington, DC. HW-SC unleashes the potential of youth by providing positive youth development, academic support and college and career exploration to support their success in school and beyond. The program began serving Prince George’s County nine years ago, and launched a program in Washington, DC, in 2016. Karene Brodie, Executive Director, Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection, will oversee the new region. “We are…

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Summer Meal Program Free Summer Meal Sites across New York and around the country

Learning and good nutrition do not end when school lets out. The USDA Summer Food Service Program helps provide nutritious meals to children so they are better fueled with healthy food to learn and grow.  Starting at the end of June 2017 and going to mid-August, youth ages 18 years and younger can receive FREE breakfast, lunch, or snack served at community recreation centers, summer school locations and other neighborhood sites around New York State, Maryland and throughout the country. Find the location and meal times that work best for you Website: Access the following website to find a site…

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Regions

Regions Monroe Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne and Yates counties Quick Facts 1,466 Employees 4 Hillside Children’s Center Outpatient Mental Health Facilities 2 Hillside Children’s Center Family Resource Center Sites 3 Hillside Children’s Center Day Treatment Sites 6 Hillside Children’s Center Individual Residential Alternative Group Homes (41 beds) 2 Hillside Children’s Center Non-Secure Detention Facilities (20 beds) 3 Hillside Children’s Center Residential Sites Crestwood Campus, Monroe County (26 beds) Monroe Campus, Monroe County (90 beds) Varick Campus, Seneca County (106 beds) 21 Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Sites within Monroe County schools Number of Families Served, by Service Adoption: 63 Adult and Children’s…

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