Catholic Charities Capital Region Outreach Services
40 N. Main Ave., Albany, NY 12203
Phone: (518) 453-6650
Provides administrative and fiscal oversight for all Catholic Charities agencies. This office also coordinates an array of essential services for Albany, Rensselaer and Schenectady Counties including after school and residential summer programs, mentoring and school social work services, emergency assistance, information and referral, outreach and casework services.
Catholic Charities AIDS Services
100 Slingerland Street, Albany, NY 12202
Phone: (518) 449-3581
Provides intensive Case Management, including referral for substance abuse treatment, support
services and emergency assistance for
Medicaid-eligible persons with HIV/AIDS. The
agency also operates a syringe disposal program.
Catholic Charities Caregivers
100 Slingerland Street,
Albany, NY 12202
Phone: (518) 449-2001
Provides services supporting
caregivers as they care for their older
spouses, parents, and friends. It also
operates a kinship care program that focuses
on supporting relatives who are raising
Click here for the elder care support group schedule
Catholic Charities of Columbia & Greene Counties
431 East Allen Street, Hudson, NY, 12534
Phone: (518) 828-8660
Provides a variety of services to individuals and families including Kinship Caregiving Program, WIC, Emergency Assistance, Parenting classes, Supervised Visitation and Consultation to Head Start.
Catholic Charities of Delaware &
and Otsego Counties
176 Main Street, Oneonta, NY 13820
Phone: (607) 432-0061
Serves our rural area by offering the following programs: Child Care Resource and Referral services through the Child Care Connection Program ( www.childcareconnectionny.org ), Child and Adult Care Food Program sponsorship; SUNY Research Program Video-Conference Training for Child Care Providers; Community/ Special Education/ Agricultural/ Elder Guardianship/Care and Divorce Mediations, Lemon Law Arbitration, and PEACE MAKER and Peer Mediation Training through the Tri-County Dispute Resolution Center, Otsego County Adult Treatment Court Case Management and Victimís Impact Panel Presentations, Emergency Assistance and Referral. We are also a host site for the AIDS Services, Community Maternity Services, Catholic Charities Single Room Occupancy Housing Program, and FIDELIS Insurance Sign Up programs.
Catholic Charities Disabilities
1 Park Place,
Suite 200, Albany, NY 12205
Phone: (518) 783-1111
Provides individualized services for people with developmental disabilities including service coordination, information and referral, residential habilitation, in home respite, and twenty-four hour residential services. Additional specialties include: an array of services for individuals diagnosed with Prader-Willi Syndrome and service coordination for individuals with brain injury.
Catholic Charities of Fulton &
Nicholas Street, Johnstown, NY 12095
Phone: (518) 762-8313
Provides substance abuse prevention counseling and education, parenting classes, residences for adults with a psychiatric diagnosis, and housing and case management for the homeless. Also offers services to individuals and families including mediation services, family room and food pantry, domestic violence services and counseling.
Catholic Charities of Herkimer
West Street, Ilion, NY 13357
Phone: (315) 894-9917
Serving the needs of the residents of Herkimer County through the following programs and services: Counseling, Dispute Resolution/Mediation, Domestic Violence, Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention, Emergency Services, Food Pantry, Health Insurance and Long Term Care Services, Nutrition Outreach and Education Program (Food Stamps), Runaway and Homeless Youth, Senior Services, Thrift Shop, Volunteer Services.
Catholic Charities Housing Office
41 North Main Avenue, Albany, NY 12203
Provides emergency and low-cost housing and supportive services for individuals and families struggling with homelessness, as well as victims of human trafficking and refugees resettled in the U.S. CCHO also operates a neighborhood drop in center in Albany, offering free technology resources, as well as referrals and assistance acccessing support services and searching for employment. This Center also offers these and other support services for Latino and Hispanic individuals and families. CCHO is committed to providing equal housing opportunities.
Catholic Charities of Saratoga,
Warren & Washington Counties
142 Regent Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Phone: (518) 587-5000
Responds to the psychosocial needs of families
and individuals including counseling services,
services for the dying, domestic violence
services, residential services for adolescent
boys, mentoring, and services for the Elderly.
Catholic Charities of Schoharie
489 West Main St., Cobleskill, NY 12034
Phone: (518) 234-3581
24-hour Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline: 518-234-2231
Provides services to county residents including
services for victims of domestic violence and
crime, a food pantry and a food buying program,
therapy, a community service restitution
program, a thrift shop, emergency assistance,
and a tri-county mediation program
Catholic Charities Senior Services in Schenectady County
1473 Erie Boulevard, 3rd Floor, Schenectady, NY 12305
Phone: (518) 372-5667
Provides an array of services to senior in Schenectady County including transportation, fee for service weekend transportation program, senior dining centers, home delivered meals, and information, aging services information, referral and case work program, and an adult day care program.
Community Maternity Services
N. Main Ave., Albany, NY 12203
Phone: (518) 482-8836
Continuum of care for pregnant and parenting
adolescents, including case management,
goal-directed counseling, childbirth education,
parent education, support and advocacy. Group
residence and family care for children.
Prevention/supports for families at risk, and
HIV affected families. Adoption, foster care,
day care and respite services.
United Tenants of Albany
Clinton Ave., Albany, NY 12207
Phone: (518) 436-8997
A community-based housing organization that provides tenant and homeowner counseling, homeless prevention services, advocacy and community organizing efforts for housing issues that affect low and moderate income people..