Syracuse Northeast Community Center’s family stabilization services help individuals and families move from immediate crisis to stability and self-reliance. Our staff and volunteers provide emergency relief, connections to other SNCC programs, and referrals to partner agencies across the community. We service a very diverse community some examples are seniors, families with young children, college students, social workers and their clients. We also have a large middle eastern community so there is a need for halal options (fish is not always available or affordable) I see alot of clients from across the spectrum ask for fresh options. And we can always use any type of toiletries.
This listing was last updated Mar 23, 2023
Location & Open Times
Syracuse Northeast community center is open 9am to 5pm
Pantry hours are Mon 10 - 12 wed 10-12 Thurs 2-5 diaper bank Fri 10 -12
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