BARK-AND-RIDE, (716) 597-1481, www.bark-and-ride.com A pet taxi service that provides safe and stress-free transportation for your pets. Call owner Jackie Blachowski, for an appointment! Jackie is certified with the American red cross pet CPR.
Epilepsy Association of WNY, 339 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, NY 14222, (716) 883-5396, www.epilepsywny.org/services A nonprofit organization that offers professional services to individuals with Epilepsy and other seizure disorders, and their families.
Erie County Fair Housing Partnership, www.ecfhp.org Includes the following organizations: Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME), tel. (716) 854-1400; US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), tel. (716) 551-5755; The New York State Division of Human Rights, tel. (716) 847-7632; Neighborhood Legal Services, tel. (716) 847-0650; City of Buffalo Fair Housing Officer, tel. (716) 851-4212. Not-for profit entity committed to promoting equal opportunity in housing.
Erie County Veterans Service Agency, 95 Franklin St., Suite 800, Buffalo, NY 14202, tel.(716) 858-6363, www.erie.gov/veterans Offers free services to veterans that will help with gathering information and presenting claims for veteran benefits.
Jewish Community Center, 2640 North Forest Rd., Getzville, NY 14068, (716) 688-4033, www.jccbuffalo.org Its mission is to build and strengthen the Jewish and Western New York communities by providing recreational, educational, cultural and social programs and services that are consistent with Jewish values.
Journey’s End Refugee Services, Inc. , 2495 Main St., Suite 317, Buffalo, NY 14214, (716) 882-4963, www.jersbuffalo.org Provides refugees with the resources and support they need to become healthy, independent, contributing members of the community.
Native American Community Services, 1005 Grant St., Buffalo, NY 14207, tel. (716) 874-4460, www.nacswny.org Provide services for the off-reservation Native American community that include the following services: family services, economic self-sufficiency, health and wellness, youth services and community support services.
St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy, 325 Walden Ave., Buffalo, NY 14211, tel. (716) 894-4476, firstname.lastname@example.org St. Luke’s Ministries include serving lunch and dinner to those in need; providing housing for homeless; structured programs for people with addictions; Catholic education for pre-K through 8 th grades; distributing clothing, small appliances, household wares to those in need.
The TRAID Program, Center for Assistive Technology, 3108 Main St., Buffalo, NY 14214, (716) 836-1350 Federally funded and administered by the NYS Commission on Quality of Care and Advocacy for Individuals with Disabilities. Offers a program designed to increase awareness and appropriate use of assistive technology by individuals with disabilities. Provide information and referral services, the TRAIDIN equipment exchange service, increased access to assistive technology, and training on assistive technology.