Housing

The Newland Center for Adult Learning & Literacy

Literacy services include:

  • Free Assessments to determine educational needs
  • Help to improve reading, writing, math
  • GED preparation
  • Financial Literacy
  • Computer instruction

Ask about our Vet to Vet program & housing assistance for Vets

Linda Green, Executive Director
144 East Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY 13210
Phone: (315) 471-1446
Email: director@thelearningplace.org
Web: www.tlpsyracuse.org

Counties: 
Cayuga
Madison
Onondaga

Rescue Mission

Our mission is to share Christ's love and provide biblically-based services that meet the spiritual and practical needs of the poor.  Our vision is to help every person we serve move toward independence and spiritual fulfillment through Jesus Christ.

Administrative Offices
120 Gifford Street, Syracuse 13202
Phone: 315 472-6251
Fax: 315 472-9740
Web: http://www.rmsyr.org

Crossroads Residence
120 Gifford Street, Syracuse 13202
Phone: 315 472-6251
Fax: 315 474-0891

Employment Resources Center
120 Gifford Street, Syracuse 13202
Phone: 315 472-3700
Fax: 315 472-9897

Gifford Place Residence
155 Gifford Street, Syracuse 13202
Phone: 315 701-3853
Fax: 315 701-3867

Kiesewetter Recreation Center
122 Dickerson St., Syracuse 13202
Phone: 315 701-3830
Fax: 315 472-9897

New Life Day Center
155 Gifford Street, Syracuse 13202
Phone: 315 701-3102
Fax: 315 410-8637

Transformation Emergency Shelter
120 Gifford Street, Syracuse 13202
Phone: 315 701-3102
Fax: 315 701-3110

Counties: 
Onondaga

National Tractor Trailer School

Approved for Veterans, Active Duty, Reserves, and National Guard personnel to offer CDL Commercial Driver Training and Job Placement Assistance.

Tom Grigson
Admissions Reprsentative
4650 Buckley Road
Liverpool, NY 13088
Phone: (315) 410-2223
Email: tomg@ntts.edu

Toll Free: 1-800-243-9300
Email: admissions@ntts.edu
Web: www.ntts.edu

Counties: 
Cayuga
Cortland
Jefferson
Madison
Oneida
Onondaga
Oswego
Tompkins

Army Community Service - Fort Drum

The Army Community Service Center is a resource haven for Soldiers and Family members. The many programs offered within are designed to enhance and directly deal with quality of life issues and needs. Programs such as Mobilization and Deployment and the Family Readiness Center assist in educating and preparing Soldiers and Families for the rigors of deployments and extensions. Army Family Team Building educates on the Army way of life and personal development. The Outreach Services acts as a liaison between Families and Fort Drum Command as well as coordinating and facilitating AFAP forums and conferences. The Family Advocacy, Employment Readiness, and Financial Readiness programs deal with personal life issues, working towards the enhancement and betterment of Army families. ACS also provides Relocation Readiness for those transitioning both in and out of Fort Drum and houses the Army Volunteer Corps.

For more information about any of these valuable resources please call 772-6557 or 1-800-826-0886. There are a wealth of programs and facilities available through ACS to help you transition to a new location, handle emergencies, expand your horizons and much more.

Fort Drum Family Advocacy Program Manager
Army Community Service
Conway Road
Bldg. P-4330
Fort Drum, N.Y. 13602
Phone: 315-772-6557
Email: drum.mwracs@conus.army.mil
Web: http://www.drummwr.com/ArmyCommunityService.htm

Counties: 
Jefferson