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Local Resources

EDUCATION

ULSTER COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION

www.UCCAC.org
Head Start program for income eligible 3&4 year olds

EMPLOYMENT

JOB CORPS

651 Development Court, Kingston 845-473-0605
Free vocational training, free job placement services, free room and board
Income guidelines apply, must be 16-24 years old

ULSTER WORKS ONE-STOP CENTER

651 Development Court, Kingston 845-340-3177
www.UlsterWorks.com
Career counseling, Job listings, Training opportunities, Funding information, Computers, Internet, Fax, Telephone and Copying services

HEALTH CARE

HEALTH CARE IS A HUMAN RIGHT

http://healthcareisahumanright.com/
An organization committed to making holistic wellness education and care available to all, regardless of socio-economic status, offering monthly free services is Kingston, Phoenicia and Woodstock.

WOODSTOCK
Director: Ida Rivera
Mescal Hornbeck Community Center, Rock City Rd, Woodstock, NY 12498
Walk-in. For information, call Ida at 845-253-0355.
To pre-register, call Family of Woodstock at 845-679-2485.
SATURDAYS (Quarterly), 4-7 pm: Feb 1, May 2, Aug 1, Nov 7

PHOENICIA
Director: Bev Dezan
Parish Hall, Main Street, Phoenicia NY 12464
Walk-in. For information, call Bev at 518-989-6216
WEDNESDAYS (Quarterly), 4-7 pm: Mar 4, Jun 3, Sep 2, Dec 2

KINGSTON
Director: Reenie Gordon
The Lace Mill, 165 Cornell Street, Kingston 12401
On-street parking is available. Please don’t park in The Lace Mill resident lot.
Walk-in. For information, call Reenie at 845-750-8159
Second THURSDAY of each month except August, 4-7 pm: Jan 9, Feb 13, Mar 12, Apr 9, May 14, Jun 11, Jul 9, Sep 10, Oct 8, Nov 12, Dec 10

 

FREE COMMUNITY HOLISTIC WELLNESS DAYS IN NEW PALTZ 

WHAT ARE THE HOLISTIC WELLNESS DAYS? These free, quarterly events offer community members of all ages the opportunity to choose from a selection of holistic treatments being provided by local practitioners who are offering their skills and care. The treatments available will vary depending on the availability of our generous practitioners, but include services like: acupuncture, chiropractory, life coaching, massage, nutritional counseling, recovery support, Reiki, and more.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR 2O2O
SATURDAY, JANUARY 11
SATURDAY, APRIL 11
SATURDAY, JULY  11
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10
Hours of Operation: 10:00 P.M. - 4:00P.M.
Location: New Paltz Community Center 3 Veterans Drive, New Paltz
Services provided will be on a first come, first serve basis.
For more information, please contact Phoenix Kawamoto @ (845)256-5014

INSTITUTE FOR FAMILY HEALTH – Kingston Center
1 Family Practice Drive
Kingston, NY 12401
www.institute.org (845) 338-6400
Dental care (845) 338-6918
Pediatric Care Center (845) 339-9055
Behavioral Health (845) 338-2562 ; Fax: (845) 338-8909
The Institute is committed to high-quality, affordable health care for all while accepting all patients regardless of their ability to pay. Primary care, mental health, dental care, social work and many other services to patients of all ages.

ONCOLOGY SUPPORT PROGRAM

845-339-2071 ext. 100 or email doris.blaha@hahv.org
FREE Support Groups, Healing Arts & Educational programs
Reuner Cancer Support House, 80 Mary’s Avenue, Kingston and HealthAlliance® Hospital:
Mary’s Ave. Campus Administrative Services Building, 75 Mary’s Avenue, Kingston

WOODSTOCK HEALING ARTS

http://woodstockhealingarts.com/
83 Mill Hill Rd, Woodstock, NY 12498 · (845) 393-4325
A multidisciplinary, holistic, team-based health and wellness center  in Woodstock, NY.
Offering many free or low cost special events.

PLANNED PARENTHOOD

www.ppmhv.org
Comprehensive sexual health services
21 Grand Street, Kingston

HEALTH INSURANCE

FIDELIS CARE
www.fideliscare.org
888-343-3547
Affordable health care for children and adults

NY STATE OF HEALTH

www.nystateofhealth.ny.gov
855-355-5777
7 Grand Street, Kingston
NYS certified Health Insurance Navigators
Help is free; help paying for the plan you pick; easy enrollment

HOSPICE

HUDSON VALLEY HOSPICE

400 Aaron Ct, Kingston, NY 12401
www.hvhospice.org 845-485-2273
End of life doula program

HOUSING

THE CHILDREN’S HOME OF KINGSTON

26 Grove Street, Kingston
www.chkingston.org 845-331-1448
Provides services to boys and young men 8-21 whose personal, social, developmental, or family situations preclude them from living at home

ULSTER COUNTY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

www.UlsterHabitat.org  845-340-0907 x105
Home buyer program for low income families

LEGAL SERVICES

LEGAL SERVICES FOR THE HUDSON VALLEY

www.lshv.org  877-574-8529
For veterans and military families

SENIOR CARE

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES

https://jfsulster.org/ 845-338-2980
Counseling, caregiver support, in home mental health assessment, bereavement support

NEW YORK STATEWIDE SENIOR ACTION COUNCIL

www.nysenior.org 800-333-4374
helpline and counseling services , information to educate the community
on issues of importance to older New Yorkers.

SSIP209 — SETTLED AND SERVING IN PLACE 209

https://ssip209.org/
Members help each other to continue to live at home as they age.

UNITED WAY of Ulster County

The Arc of Ulster-Greene Provides educational, vocational, and residential services for people with disabilities.

Boys and Girls Club of Kingston Provides recreational, cultural, and educational programs for youth ages 8 to 18.

Center for Creative Education Provides arts programming for youth and adults.

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County Provides programs on agriculture, nutrition and health, youth and families, and sustainable natural resources.

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Provides professionally trained volunteers to ensure a voice in Family Court for abused and neglected children of Ulster County.

Family of Woodstock Provides crisis intervention, emergency shelter, and childcare.  Service areas include homelessness, domestic violence, adolescent issues, and childcare.

Family Services Provides parent education, after-school programming, and substance abuse prevention services in Ulster County.

Gateway Community Industries Provides vocational rehabilitation, training, and job placement for people with mental and physical disabilities.

Jewish Family Services of Ulster County In-home social work and case management services for frail elderly and family caregivers.

Legal Services of the Hudson Valley Provides free high-quality counsel in civil matters to low-income individuals and families.

Mental Health Association of Ulster County (MHA) Provides mental health education, advocacy, and services.

Resource Center for Accessible Living (RCAL) Provides services, information, and advocacy for people with disabilities to assist them in living and working independently in the community.

RUPCO Creates and develops affordable home-ownership and rental opportunities.

Ulster County Community Action  Provides emergency assistance and case management support to residents of Ulster County.

Ulster Literacy Association Provides one-on-one tutoring and group classes for adults in basic reading and writing, and English as a second language.

Worker Justice Center of New York Provides free legal services and education to low wage workers in Ulster County.

YMCA Provides a wide variety of youth and adult programs primarily in the area of recreation.

YWCA Provides educational programming for youth and parents, and childcare services.

VISION

CATHOLIC GUILD FOR THE BLIND, part of Catholic Charities

917-510-3146
Assists seniors aged 55+ who are legally blind with maintaining independence

COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND

www.visionloss.ny.gov866-871-3000
40 N Pearl Street, 10th floor, Ste.D, Albany
Employment Program, Job Save Program, Independent Living Program

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