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Mental Health Services for Adults

Outpatient Services

Caleo Counseling Services
A program of Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health, Inc

Address: 3043 State Rt. 4
Hudson Falls, NY 12839
Telephone: 518-747-8243
Satellite Clinics: Warrensburg Health Center and Whitehall Health Center
Services: Individual, group and family counseling and psychotherapy; psychiatric and psychological evaluation and medication therapy.
Contact: Wendy Berry, RN, Director of Clinical Services


Behavioral Health Services

A program of Glens Falls Hospital

Address: 100 Park Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-926-3210
Satellite Clinics: Cambridge Clinic, Center for Children and Families
Services: Services include psychiatric, psychological and psychosocial evaluations, medication therapy, individual, marital and family counseling and psychotherapy.
Contact: Linda Englert Ph.D., Program Director
Inpatient Services

Behavioral Health Unit

Address: Glens Falls Hospital
100 Park Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-926-3265
Services: The inpatient unit provides acute psychiatric care, with a functional capacity of
28 beds and an interdisciplinary team that includes two full-time psychiatrists.
Contact: Cindy Warso, RN, Program Director
Crisis Services

Emergency and Forensic Consultation Service
A Program of Behavioral Health Services of Glens Falls Hospital

Address: 100 Park Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-926-3237
Services: Crisis consultations are provided on site in the Glens Falls Hospital Emergency Care Center, (ECC) and at each County jail (Warren and Washington). A risk assessment is conducted and recommendations made regarding disposition. ECC coverage is provided 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
Contact: Sue Roberts-McManus, LMSW, Program Coordinator
Day Treatment Services

Intensive Day Treatment Program
A program of Behavioral Health Services of Glens Falls Hospital

Address: 1 Lawrence Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-926-7220
Services: The Intensive Day Treatment Program is a structured outpatient day program for individuals with severe mental illness. Clinical services include individual and group therapy, medication management, crisis intervention, and rehabilitation readiness assessment.
Contact: Richard Armitage, LCSW, Program Director
Community Support Services

Supportive Case Management
A program of Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health, Inc.

Address: 230 Maple Street, Suite 2
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-793-2352
Services: Case management services will assist individuals with serious mental illness to obtain needed medical, social, psychosocial, educational, financial, vocational and other needed services. Case managers monitor service delivery and respond to changes in a persons need.  Direct care is also provided through teaching, community integration, supportive counseling and crisis intervention.
Contact: Belinda Bradley, Program Director


Dual Recovery Case Management

A program of Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health, Inc.

Address: 230 Maple Street, Suite 2
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-793-2352
Services: Case Managers provide systems integration by improving client access to comprehensive services and continuity of care, facilitate sharing of information, and collaboration among agencies to improve outcomes for individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and provide a linkage to mental health and substance abuse services, housing, health-care and income supports and entitlements.  The target population includes persons 18 years of age and older who have a serious mental illness and have alcohol and/or drug problems.
Contact: Cliff Green, Program Coordinator


Intensive Case Management

A Program of Behavioral Health Services of Glens Falls Hospital

Address: 10 Harlem Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-926-7240
Services: Specialized staff of case managers each carry a caseload of 12 to assist individuals with severe psychiatric illness to access care and to function in the community.
Contact: William Keating, LCSW, Program Director
Residential Services

Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health, Inc.
 

Address: 3043 State Rt. 4
Hudson Falls, NY 12839
Telephone: 518-747-0035
Services: The Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health operates 3 levels of residential care for adults with a serious mental illness.

1. Community Residences – Genesis & Pearl Street
These programs offer a group home environment with 24-hour staff supervision. The overall goal of the programs is to provide short-term, focused skill development in a home-like setting.  Individual rehabilitation plans are developed which clarify need, chart a course of action and provide the framework to evaluate progress. Services available include crisis intervention, rehabilitation counseling, social and living skills development (money management, personal hygiene, food preparation, meal planning, and recreation activities), symptom and medication management, community integration and resource development.

2. Community Living Apartments – Maple Street & Satellite Apartments
The Community Living Apartment Program offers two types of living arrangements.  Both include support and guidance through individualized service plans created in partnership with the service recipients. Services are a continuation and expansion of those in the community residence programs, and carry the ultimate goal of achieving an independent, successful life. Residents learn more about managing symptoms through medication and therapy, improving daily living skills, pursing educational, vocational and employment goals, solving transportation needs, addressing substance abuse issues and increasing their comfort with broader social interaction. Staff meet with recipients from one to seven days each week to provide direct services and supportive counseling.

Maple Street is a single-site apartment building with nine units and 24-hour staffing. Residents maintain separate addresses and telephone numbers and take responsibility for the upkeep of their living space.

The Satellite Apartment program uses eleven individual apartments leased by AMH and located throughout our communities.

Staff provide services through regular visits; an on-call system is used in case of emergency.

3. Supported Housing
Supported Housing helps those ready to leave inpatient care or community residence programs, as well as homeless people with psychiatric disorders in finding quality, permanent and independent housing. A person is assisted in locating and moving into a new home and acquiring necessary furnishings (financial assistance as well as staff assistance).  Staff provides continued support for participants to maintain stable living in the community.

Contact: Patricia Snell, LCSW, Program Director
Vocational Services

Liberty House Foundation

Address: 54 Bay Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-798-1066
Services: Liberty House Foundation is a psychiatric and vocational rehabilitation program serving mentally ill and developmentally disabled individuals utilizing a clubhouse model. A wide variety of support services are provide in the areas of day training (transportation, vocational training units, recreational activities), clinical (rehabilitation planning, symptom management, groups), and employment (situational assessments, diagnostic vocational evaluation, work adjustment training, job development and placement, job coaching, follow-along services) services. Diagnostic vocational evaluation enhanced by personal goal setting encourages achievement in work settings and increased self-esteem.
Contact: Julie Beebe, Executive Director


Competitive Edge

A program of Community Work and Independence, Inc.

Address: 88 Broad Street
P.O. Box 443
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-792-7548
Services: A full service employment agency specializing in job placement and job retention services for individuals with disabilities. Both competitive and supported work options are available.
Contact: Sally Hawley, Director of Employment Services


Project C.H.O.I.C.E. (Creating Healthy Opportunities for Individual Choices in Employment)

A program of Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health, Inc.

Address: 230 Maple Street, Suite 3
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-793-4779
Services: Project C.H.O.I.C.E. is a 12 week vocational program which helps people make important decisions about working.  Time is spent taking stock of personal values and characteristics that have a significant impact on success in the workplace.  Work preferences are examined to help individuals make choices that are likely to lead to satisfaction and success.  Information about effective relationships at work and positive work behaviors is presented via videotapes, speakers and group exercises.  Resume development and interviewing skills are also addressed.
Contact: Belinda Bradley, Program Director
Social Programs

East Side Center
A program of Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health, Inc.

Address: 230 Maple Street, Suite 3
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-793-4799
Services: East Side Center is a psychiatric rehabilitation program which supports personal growth in various areas of life. Well-being and rehabilitation are fostered through vocational and pre-vocational programs, supportive counseling, recreation and socialization activities, educational training and health workshops.
Contact: Belinda Bradley, Program Director

 

Other Services

Single Point of Entry/Single Point of Access (SPOE/SPOA)
Office of Community Services for Warren & Washington Counties

Address: 230 Maple Street, Suite 1
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-792-7143
Services: All referrals for Children and Youth Case Management, Adult Case Management, and Adult Residential Services are reviewed by the SPOE Committee. High risk/high needs individuals are further reviewed by the SPOA Committee to prioritize individuals who may be on a wait list, and to put services in place in the interim, when needed.
Contact: Megan Johnson, LCSW, Deputy Director - Clinical


Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT)

Office of Community Services for Warren & Washington Counties

Address: 230 Maple Street, Suite 1
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-792-7143
Services: All referrals for AOT are investigated to determine eligibility and appropriateness for court-ordered treatment.  An Enhanced Service Plan may be offered to those individuals who meet the criteria, but agree to voluntarily engage in recommended services.  Those that are not willing to engage in services, court-ordered outpatient treatment may be pursued through the appropriate County or Supreme court.
Contact: Megan Johnson, LCSW, Deputy Director - Clinical

Mental Health Services for Youth

Outpatient Services

Caleo Counseling Services
A program of Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health, Inc.

Address: 3043 State Rt. 4
Hudson Falls, NY 12839
Telephone: 518-747-8243
Satellite Clinics: Warrensburg Health Center and Whitehall Health Center
Services: Individual, group and family therapy; psychiatric and psychological evaluation and medication therapy.
Contact: Wendy Berry, RN, Director of Clinical Services


Center for Children and Families

A program of Glens Falls Hospital

Address: 1 Lawrence Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-926-7100
Services: Services include psychiatric evaluations, medication therapy, and individual, group, and family therapy.
Contact: Jamie Powers, LCSW, Program Director
Community Support Services

Supportive Case Management
A program of Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health, Inc.

Address: 230 Maple Street, Suite 2
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-793-2352
Services: Case management services will assist children & youth with serious mental illness to obtain needed medical, social, psychosocial, educational, financial, vocational and other needed services. Case managers monitor service delivery and respond to changes in a persons need.  Direct care is also provided through teaching, community integration, supportive counseling and crisis intervention.
Contact: Belinda Bradley, Program Director


Intensive Case Management

A Program of Behavioral Health Services of Glens Falls Hospital

Address: 10 Harlem Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-926-7240
Services: Specialized staff of case managers assists children & youth with severe psychiatric illness to access care and to function in the community.
Contact: William Keating, LCSW, Program Director


Family Support Services

A program of Center for Children and Families

Address: 1 Lawrence Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-926-7068
Services: Provides assistance to families of Seriously Emotionally Disturbed children by providing support groups, respite care, respite recreation, sibling support, and life skills/supported work program for teens.
Contact: Mariane Eisenschmidt


Home and Community Based Services Waiver (HCBSW)

A Program of Parsons Child and Family Center, Inc.

Address: 60 Academy Road
Albany, NY 12208
Telephone: 518-431-1663
Services: Provides services to children and families directly in their own home and community, thus reducing the need for hospitalization or placement outside of the home. A service plan is designed that creates support and skill-building opportunities for children and family members so that the child can stay at home and in the community. Allows families to access services not previously available to children within the home.
Contact: Linda Wright, BSW, MA, Supervisor


Planned Overnight Respite

A program of Northeast Parent and Child Society, Inc.

Address: 63 Quaker Road
Queensbury, NY 12804
Telephone: 518-798-4496
Services: Provides planned overnight or day respite to children with serious emotional disturbance who are between the ages of 4 and 18. The program utilizes trained foster parents and offers 24-hour support. The focus of the program is to provide a safe, stable, and therapeutic experience within a family environment. Referrals are triaged through the Single Point of Entry process (see “Other Services”).
Contact: Tricia Dunham, Coordinator
Crisis Services

Crisis Outreach Treatment Team
A program of Center for Children and Families

Address: 1 Lawrence Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-926-7100
Services: Provides short-term, intensive treatment in the home or at school for children who are at risk of being removed from the home to foster care, a psychiatric hospital, or other residential settings.
Contact: Jamie Powers, LCSW, Program Director


Emergency and Forensic Consultation Service

A Program of Behavioral Health Services of Glens Falls Hospital

Address: 100 Park Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-926-3237
Services: Crisis consultations are provided on site in the Glens Falls Hospital Emergency Care Center and at each County jail (Warren and Washington). A risk assessment is conducted and recommendations made regarding disposition. Each case is supervised by a psychiatrist. ECC coverage is provided 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Contact: Sue Roberts-McManus, LMSW, Program Coordinator
Day Treatment Services

Horizons Day Treatment Program
Fort Edward Union Free School Annex

Address: 212 Broadway
Fort Edward, NY 12828
Telephone: 518-746-5815
Services: Provides intensive, non-residential, integrated educational and mental health services 5 hours a day, 5 days a week. The program typically includes special education services, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, skill development, behavior modification programs, and recreation, art, and music therapies. Referrals can only be made by Committees on Special Education in Saratoga, Warren, and Washington Counties.
Contact: Iren Valentine, Ph.D., Program Manager
Other Services

Coordinated Children’s Services Initiative (CCSI)
A Program of Glens Falls Hospital

Address: 10 Harlem Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-926-7240
Services: Assists in coordinating comprehensive services in the community to reduce out-of-home placements for emotionally disturbed children. Together with the family and service providers, a service plan is developed in which the needs of the child and family dictate the mix of services provided.
Contact: Jackie Jackson, BS, MS, Ed. Admin., CCSI Coordinator


Single Point of Entry/Single Point of Access (SPOE/SPOA)

Office of Community Services for Warren & Washington Counties

Address: 230 Maple Street, Suite 1
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-792-7143
Services: All referrals for Children and Youth Case Management are reviewed by the SPOE Committee. High risk/high needs individuals are further reviewed by the SPOA Committee to prioritize individuals who may be on a wait list, and to put services in place in the interim, when needed.
Contact: Megan Johnson, LCSW, Deputy Director – Clinical

Other Mental Health Services in the Region

Inpatient Services

Four Winds Hospital

Address: 30 Crescent Avenue
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Telephone: 518-584-3600 or 1-800-888-5448
Services: Integrated treatment for children and adolescents that includes individual, group, and family therapy as well as educational, expressive, and recreational therapies. Services are provided in collaboration with schools, referring clinicians, agencies, and families.
Contact: Intake Coordinator
Intensive Outpatient Services

Four Winds Hospital

Address: 30 Crescent Avenue
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Telephone: 518-584-3600 or 1-800-888-5448
Services: This program is for adolescents 13-17 years old who exhibit psychiatric symptoms including depression, anxiety, substance abuse, behavioral problems, and/or developmental delays, with a level of severity that results in significant impairment in day-to-day functioning. Services include psychoeducational groups, medication management, dual diagnosis groups (psychiatric/substance abuse), multi-family group meetings, and family therapy. The program operates Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM, and transportation is available.
Contact: Darcy Ferrentino, LCSW, Program Director

Crisis Services

Orissa Healy House
A Program of Parsons Child and Family Center, Inc.

Address: 60 Academy Street
Albany, NY 12208
Telephone: 518-426-2795
Services: Short-term (5-21 days) crisis residence for children ages 5-11 who cannot remain in their home due to psychiatric instability but who do not need hospitalization. Referrals are made through the county Department of Social Services, Office of Community Services, or the child’s mental health treatment provider. Children are accepted 24 hours a day if a bed is available. Located in Albany.
Contact: Debbie Singer, Centralized Intake
Residential Services

Best Roads
A Program of Vanderheyden Hall, Inc.

Address: PO Box 219
Wynantskill, NY 12198
Telephone: 518-283-6500, x272
Services: Community residence program for children ages 6-11 who have serious emotional disturbance and need a high level of supervision. The focus of the program is to provide youth with comprehensive mental health services and supports that will enable them to return to a less intensive level of care in their home community. Located in Rensselaer.
Contact: Mary Beth Carman, Associate Executive Director


Miriam House

A Program of Parsons Child and Family Center, Inc

Address: 60 Academy Road
Albany, NY 12208
Telephone: 518-426-2600
Services: Community residence program for adolescents 12-16 who have serious emotional disturbance and need a high level of supervision. The focus of the program is to provide individuals with the knowledge and skills to live successfully with a family or independently in the community. Located in Albany.
Contact: Debbie Singer, Centralized Intake


The Harbor House Program

A Program of St. Catherine’s Center for Children

Address: 40 North Main Avenue
Albany, NY 12203
Telephone: 518-435-9029 x15
Services: Small, family-style therapeutic residences for youth ages 5-18 with special emotional needs. Each home is staffed with a live-in teaching parent couple and staff trained in the “Teaching Family” model. In addition, local community educational, recreational, and clinical resources are used. The goal for residents is their productive integration into the community and eventually, if possible, back with the biological family. Locations in Schenectady, Ulster Park, and Liberty.
Contact: Amy Henges, MS, CAS, Program Supervisor


OMH Residential Treatment Facilities (RTFs)

A Program of Parsons Child and Family Center

Services: RTFs provide the most intensive level of care for youth ages 5-21 with serious emotional disturbance. Referrals are triaged through the Single Point of Entry Committee and the Pre-Admission Certification Committee. The following agencies operate RTFs in the Hudson River Region:
  • Parsons Child and Family Center (located in Albany)
  • Linden Hill (located in Linden Hill)
  • Astor Home for Children (located in Rhinebeck)
  • Green Chimneys (located in Brewster)
  • Children’s Village (located in Dobbs Ferry)

Substance Abuse Services for Adults

Outpatient Services

Center for Recovery
A program of Glens Falls Hospital with two locations:

Address: 10 Harlem Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801 and
340 Main Street
Hudson Falls, NY 12839
Telephone: 518-926-7200 (Glens Falls)
518-747-8001 (Hudson Falls)
Services: Evaluation and treatment for adolescents and adults, including individual therapy, group therapy, and intensive outpatient treatment. Some psychiatric service also available.
Contact: Kara Fanniff, MS CRC, Director


Conifer Park Outpatient Services

A program of Conifer Park, Inc.

Address: 55 Elm Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-793-7273
Services: Evaluation and treatment for alcohol and substance abuse for adolescents and adults, including individual therapy, group therapy, and intensive outpatient treatment. Some psychiatric services also available.
Contact: Marilyn Bryan, CASAC, Director


Baywood Center

A program of 820 River Street, Inc.

Address: 551 Bay Road
Queensbury, NY 12804
Telephone: 518-798-4221
Services: Evaluation and treatment for alcohol and substance abuse for adolescents and adults, including individual therapy, group therapy, intensive outpatient therapy, education, and a family support program.
Contact:  
Residential Services

820 River Street, Inc.

Address: 13 Crandall Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-743-0475
Services: 820 River Street operates two levels of housing for adults recovering from alcohol or substance abuse:

1. Community Residences – 13 Crandall Street (for men) and Granville Community Residence (for women)
This level of residential services offers a group home environment with 24-hour staff supervision. The overall goal of the programs is to provide a sober living environment, in addition to services, that will enable an individual to become a productive member of the community. Residents are linked with outpatient treatment services, vocational rehabilitation services, education resources, and are assisted with employment.

2. Supported Housing – Lawrence Street Apartments
This level of residential services provides housing for individuals who are ready to leave inpatient care or a community residence program but who still require some support. Apartments are located in the community and have on-site staff available during the day, with 24-hour on-call staff available after hours.

Contact: Dawn LaCarte, Executive Director
Community Support Services

Dual Recovery Case Management
A program of Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health, Inc.

Address: 230 Maple Street, Suite 2
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-792-2352
Services: Case Managers provide systems integration by improving client access to comprehensive services and continuity of care, facilitate sharing of information, collaborate with other agencies to improve outcomes for individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and provide a linkage to mental health and substance abuse services, housing, health-care and income supports and entitlements. The target population includes persons 18 years of age and older who have a serious mental illness and have alcohol and/or drug problems.
Contact: Cliff Green, Program Coordinator

Other Substance Abuse Services in the Region

Inpatient Services

Conifer Park, Inc.

Address: 79 Glenridge Road
Schenectady, NY 12302
Telephone: 518-399-6446
Detoxification Services

Conifer Park, Inc.

Address: 79 Glenridge Road
Schenectady, NY 12302
Telephone: 518-399-6446


Saint Mary’s Hospital

Address: 1300 Massachusetts Avenue
Troy, NY 12180
Telephone: 518-268-5542
Methadone Maintenance Services

Conifer Park, Inc.

Address: 79 Glenridge Road
Schenectady, NY 12302
Telephone: 518-399-6446 x115
Partial Hospitalization/Day Treatment

Saint Peters Addiction Recovery Center (SPARC)
Ballston Spa Clinic

Address: 433 Geyser Road
Ballston Spa, NY 12020
Telephone: 518-885-6884

Substance Abuse Services for Youth

Outpatient Services

Center for Recovery
A program of Glens Falls Hospital with two locations:

Address: 10 Harlem Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
and
340 Main Street
Hudson Falls, NY 12839
Telephone: 518-926-7200 (Glens Falls)
518-747-8001 (Hudson Falls)
Services: Evaluation and treatment of alcohol and substance abuse, including individual therapy, group therapy, and intensive outpatient treatment. Some psychiatric services also available.
Contact: Kara Fanniff, MS CRC, Director


Conifer Park Outpatient Services

A program of Conifer Park

Address: 55 Elm Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-793-7273
Services: Evaluation and treatment of alcohol and substance abuse, including individual therapy, group therapy, and intensive outpatient treatment. Some psychiatric services also available.
Contact: Marilyn Bryan, CASAC, Director


Baywood Center

A program of Psychological Associates

Address: 551 Bay Road
Queensbury, NY 12804
Telephone: 518-798-4221
Services: Evaluation and treatment of alcohol and substance abuse, including individual therapy, group therapy, intensive outpatient therapy, education, and a family support program.
Contact:  

Other Substance Abuse Services in the Region

Inpatient Services

Conifer Park, Inc.

Address: 79 Glenridge Road
Schenectady, NY 12302
Telephone: 518-399-6446
Detoxification Services


Conifer Park, Inc.

Address: 79 Glenridge Road
Schenectady, NY 12302
Telephone: 518-399-6446

Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Services for Adults and Children

Alternatives in Mankind

Address: 3257 Route 9
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Telephone: 518-587-7235
Services: Provides housing and residential services, service coordination, home and community-based waiver services, family support, respite, camp/recreation, and adaptive equipment. Also provides services for individuals with traumatic brain injuries.


ARC of Warren and Washington Counties

Address: 375 Bay Road
Queensbury, NY 12804
Telephone: 518-793-4204
Services: Provides housing and residential services, day programs, service coordination, home and community-based waiver services, parent advocacy and training, family support, respite, camp/recreation, employment programs, and adaptive equipment.


Battenkill Community Services

Address: 101 Langley Hill Road
Greenwich, NY 12834
Telephone: 518-692-8320
Services: Provides service coordination, day habilitation, and respite.


Capital District DDSO

Address: 1 Railroad Place
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Telephone: 518-370-7370
Services: Provides housing and residential services, clinic treatment, day programs, service coordination, home and community-based waiver services, parent advocacy and training, family support, employment programs, and adaptive equipment.


Catholic Charities Disabilities Services Office

Address: 15 Avis Drive
Latham, NY
Telephone: 518-783-1111
Services: Provides service coordination.


Center for the Disabled

Address: 314 South Manning Boulevard
Albany, NY
Telephone: 518-233-1667
Services: Provides service coordination.


Community, Work and Independence, Inc.

Address: 690 Quaker Road
Queensbury, NY 12804
Telephone: 518-793-4700
Services: Provides housing and residential services, clinic treatment, day programs, service coordination, home and community-based waiver services, family support, respite, camp/recreation, employment programs, and adaptive equipment.

Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern NY
Address: Three Washington Square
Albany, NY
Telephone: 518-456-7501
Services: Provides service coordination.


Glens Falls Independent Living Center

Address: 71 Glenwood Avenue
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-792-3537
Services: Provides advocacy and training, access to adaptive equipment, and support groups.


Liberty House Foundation

Address: 54 Bay Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Telephone: 518-798-1066
Services: Provides day programs and employment assistance.


Living Resources Corporation

Address: 2176 Guilderland Avenue
Schenectady, NY
Telephone: 518-346-8888
Services: Provides services coordination.


Nostalgia Services

Address: 5 McCrea Road
Queensbury, NY 12804
Telephone: 518-761-1112
Services: Provides housing and residential services, day programs and respite.


United Cerebral Palsy/Prospect Child and Family Center

Address: 133 Aviation Road
Queensbury, NY 12804
Telephone: 518-798-0170
Services: Provides housing and residential services, clinic treatment, educational services, service coordination, home and community-based waiver services, parent advocacy and training, family support, respite, camp/recreation, after-school programs, and adaptive equipment.


Vanderheyden Hall

Address: PO Box 219
Wynantskill, NY
Telephone: 518-283-6500
Services: Provides housing and residential services, educational services, service coordination, family support, respite, and camp/recreation.


Wildwood Programs

Address: 800 New Loudon Road, Suite 800
Latham, NY
Telephone: 518-783-9260
Services: Provides day programs, educational services, service coordination, home and community-based waiver services, parent advocacy and training, family support, camp/recreation, and adaptive equipment. Also provides services for individuals with traumatic brain injuries.
 
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