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Community Resources

A variety of community agencies are available to provide support to local families. Below are various resources for food, household needs, and mental health concerns. Please contact individual organizations for additions. These services and contact information is subject to change. 

Family Support Center

The Family Support Center is a free, confidential, short-term counseling service for students and their families run through W-FL BOCES. For more information, view a program brochure or contact Tracey Lewis at (315) 226-2147 or Heather Shaw at (315) 332-0017 and


►Clifton Springs United Methodist Church, 1 E. Main St. (315) 462-2274
Curbside food distribution from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month for Ontario County residents only (ID is required). Visitors are asked to remain in their vehicle, provide space in the trunk or back of your vehicle for bags or boxes of food.

►United Church of Phelps, 58 Main St. Phelps, (315) 548-2772
Free bag lunches are available weekdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. at the kitchen door in the back of the United Church of Phelps. Sandwiches will be place off-hours in the Blessing Box, the white cupboard resting to the side of the church building. 

►Wellspring Church, 22 Teft Ave. Clifton Springs
Kathy Mallaber – (315) 871-7093,
Food distribution on alternative Tuesdays (starting March 24th) from 5:30-7:30 PM, emergency food distribution as needed (contact Kathy for arrangements), Hearts of Gold for household needs (such as clothing, appliances, furniture), and pastoral and counseling services.

►Caring Hearts Food Cupboard, 12 Hibbard St., Clifton Springs (basement of St. Felix Church)
Sharon Smith –  (315) 521-1601, Jessie MacDonald – (585) 967-5618
Registered individuals can receive foot once per month. Open to residents of the Phelps-Clifton Springs Central School District every Thursday between 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

►Phelps Community Food Cupboard (Emergency food supply)
8 Banta St., Phelps
Tom Cheney – (315) 651-0534

►Foodlink 1999 Mt. Read Blvd., Rochester
Regional food bank offering emergency, mobile services to local families. (585) 328-3380 or

►Tops Friendly Markets, 3 Plaza, Clifton Springs
(315) 462-9055. Check media room for adjusted hours and other updates.

►Dollar General, 2733 Route 96, Clifton Springs 
Check media room for adjusted hours and other updates.


►Family Promise of Ontario County (Emergency housing services)
185 N. Main St., Canandaigua
(585) 905-3988 or

Medical/Mental Health Services

►Clifton Springs Hospital & Clinic, 2 Coulter Road, Clifton Springs
(315) 462-9561 or hospital web page.

►Rochester Regional Health

►Strong Memorial Hospital Psychiatric Emergency Department 
(585) 275-4501.

►Mental Health Crisis Line
Phone: (800) 273-8255; Text: 741741.

►CPEP – Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program
Clifton Springs Hospital, (315) 462-0425.

►211/Life Line (Free and confidential assistance for food, clothing, shelter, mental health and more.)
Dial 211 or

►Clifton Springs Family YMCA, 5 Crane St., Clifton Springs
Programs for those in kindergarten through 12 years old. Hours: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
(315) 462-5437 or

►Our Children's Place in Clifton Springs, 9 Village Dr., Clifton Springs.
Call for Hours: Programs for children six weeks to 12 years old. Partners with district for UPK.
(315) 462-3174 and

►Phelps Community Center, Suite 208, 8 Banta St., Phelps
OPEN (5.20): Programs for infants through 12 years old. Hours: 5:45 a.m. - 6:15 p.m.
(315) 548-8484 or

►Child Protective Services,

Local Government

►Village of Clifton Springs, 1 W. Main St., Clifton Springs
(315) 462-5151 or

►Town of Phelps, 79 Main St., Phelps
(315) 548-5691 or

►Village of Phelps, Suite 150, 8 Banta St., Phelps
(315) 548-3861 or

►Ontario County, 20 Ontario St., Canandaigua
(585) 396-4451 or

►Ontario County Public Health, 3019 County Complex Dr., Canandaigua
(585) 396-4343 (8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.), 585-394-4560 (after-hours emergency),