Home Rehabilitation and Energy Services

  • HRES Before and After
  • Adult worker removing old carpet in room
  • Tools
  • Installing Insulation
  • an interior view of a house attic under construction
  • Attic Insulation
  • Measuring Insulation

PathStone Home Rehabilitation & Energy Service programs create and preserve assets for low- and moderate income individuals, families and communities through coordinated housing rehabilitation, energy services and community based revitalization programs.

We are committed to promoting self-sufficiency and economic stability for individuals and families through safe, sustainable, energy efficient housing. We specialize in providing resources, access to appropriate financing and advocacy to support homeowners across the Rochester / Finger Lakes region in New York and in Muncie Indiana.

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If you can imagine the impact a safe, healthy, and affordable home makes in the lives of children and their families: Support PathStone! www.pathstone.org/donate ... See MoreSee Less

If you can imagine the impact a safe, healthy, and affordable home makes in the lives of children and their families: Support PathStone! https://www.pathstone.org/donate

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Listen in to our very own Courtney Klee on the air with Marti Casper on Legends 102-7 this Sunday 12/16!
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#upstateny #rochesterny #gogreen #energyefficiency #greenenergy #greenny #nyserda #energystar #legends1027 #marticasper
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The U.S. Census Bureau has released the 2013 - 2017 Poverty Data and Rochester is not doing so well:
>Rochester’s child poverty rate grew from 50.5 percent to 51.9 percent.
>The city’s rate of extreme poverty (below half the federal poverty line) increased from 16.3 percent to 16.8 percent.
>Rochester now ranks 3rd in overall poverty among the nation’s 75 largest metropolitan areas.
>Rochester remains 1st in overall poverty, child poverty and extreme poverty among comparable sized cities.

For nearly 50 years, PathStone has been committed to ending the cycle of poverty that grips communities like Rochester and connecting people to resources and opportunities that help them achieve stability and self-sufficiency. Learn more about what we do and how you can help by visiting us at www.pathstone.org
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The U.S. Census Bureau has released the 2013 - 2017 Poverty Data and Rochester is not doing so well:
>Rochester’s child poverty rate grew from 50.5 percent to 51.9 percent.
>The city’s rate of extreme poverty (below half the federal poverty line) increased from 16.3 percent to 16.8 percent.
>Rochester now ranks 3rd in overall poverty among the nation’s 75 largest metropolitan areas.
>Rochester remains 1st in overall poverty, child poverty and extreme poverty among comparable sized cities.

For nearly 50 years, PathStone has been committed to ending the cycle of poverty that grips communities like Rochester and connecting people to resources and opportunities that help them achieve stability and self-sufficiency. Learn more about what we do and how you can help by visiting us at www.pathstone.org

 

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Manufacturing is the key to success for not only cities but our country. We used to be at the forefront of technology, education and manufacturing. Now we’re at the top of the list for...... well nothing. Maybe the top of the list for entitlement. Sad state of affairs it is.

On another note dont move to ohio

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