|COMMUNITY HOUSE||Provides a thirty bed house that provides crisis intervention and a residential facility for homeless young men in need. Call or visit website for information.||Suffolk||COMMUNITY HOUSE||HOPE HOUSE MINISTRIES|
|Emergency Assistance Services||Provides temporary financial assistance for people in emergency situations, which may include rent payment assistance. An emergency requiring temporary shelter should be directed to the Greene County Sheriff's Office.
||Greene||TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE||GREENE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Homeless Services||Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless provides emergency shelter for 30 homeless single men and women over the age of 18 with shelter, case management, and the opportunity to become self sufficient.||Albany||ALBANY EMERGENCY SHELTER||INTERFAITH PARTNERSHIP FOR THE HOMELESS |
|Homeless Services||Shelters of Saratoga provides shelter to homeless men and women for up to 60 days, as well as case management services, food, clothing, transportation assistance, and referrals.
Location at 27 Woodlawn Avenue, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 provides a drop in program for the homeless Tue and Thu 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Shower, laundry and a meal is provided with this service.||Saratoga||EMERGENCY HOMELESS SHELTER||SHELTERS OF SARATOGA|
|Homeless Services||Fulton County Department of Social Services does not provide temporary housing for the homeless. However, help can be arranged on a case by case basis.||Fulton||EMERGENCY HOMELESS SHELTERS||FULTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS) |
|Homeless Services||Prevention of homelessness by providing help to secure temporary and permanent housing including immediate shelter in emergency situations.||Clinton||EMERGENCY SHELTER||CLINTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Homeless Services||Prevention of homelessness by providing help to secure temporary and permanent housing including immediate shelter in emergency situations.
During day time Client must call or walk into office for screening, application must be completed with identification. The TANF unit is where the person applies for assistance and is referred to homeless services.||Essex||EMERGENCY SHELTER||ESSEX COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Homeless Services||Prevention of homelessness by providing help to secure temporary and permanent housing including immediate shelter in emergency situations.||Franklin||EMERGENCY SHELTER||FRANKLIN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Homeless Services||Prevention of homelessness by providing help to secure temporary and permanent housing including immediate shelter in emergency situations.||Saratoga||EMERGENCY SHELTER ASSISTANCE||SARATOGA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Homeless Services||Joseph's House provides emergency shelter for homeless men, women, youth (16+) and families with children. Guests receive personal care items, three meals a day, the use of a laundry area, and case management assistance with goal setting, identifying and accessing appropriate housing and other special needs.||Rensselaer||EMERGENCY SHELTERS||JOSEPH'S HOUSE AND SHELTER|
|Homeless Services||The Women's Residential Programs assist homeless single women and women with children to develop a healthy interdependence with their families, service providers, churches and the community at large. Included are an Emergency Transitional Dormitory, Restorative Justice Apartments and Family Life Apartments.||Schenectady||FAMILY LIFE CENTER/WOMEN'S RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS||CITY MISSION OF SCHENECTADY|
|Homeless Services||Emergency shelter for men is provided for 30 consecutive nights in the 60-bed dorm, as well as up to 30 overflow mats downstairs. A Day Sitting room is offered to shelter guests and needy members of the community. Men who are residents of the "New Life" discipleship/recovery program and women who reside in the New Faith Family Center are sheltered for 9 months to a year as part of their program.
The Director needs to be notified in advance if anyone under the age of 18 will be coming in.||Albany||HOMELESS SHELTER||CAPITAL CITY RESCUE MISSION|
|Homeless Services||Provides the referrals for temporary shelter to homeless families, singles, and childless couples in the county.||Rensselaer||HOMELESS SHELTERS AND TRANSITION HOUSING||RENSSELAER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Homeless Services||The housing office of the Schenectady County DSS provides temporary shelter to homeless families, singles and childless couples in the county. The process begins with an assessment to determine the circumstances causing the need for Temporary Housing Assistance (THA). Services provided by this agency are: Placement and Payment, Housing Resources Development, Case Management Services, and Support Services.||Schenectady||HOMELESS SHELTERS AND TRANSITION HOUSING||SCHENECTADY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Homeless Services||St. Catherine's Marillac Family Shelter offers an emergency housing program for homeless families in the Capital Region. After meeting the initial need for shelter, the program staff assists families in securing long-term housing suitable to their needs. Marillac consists of 24 individually maintained apartment-style units in three buildings. Each family is assigned their own unit. A fourth building houses the administrative offices, child care-recreation area, pantry and the agency's maintenance department.||Albany||MARILLAC HOMELESS FAMILY PROGRAM||SAINT CATHERINE'S CENTER FOR CHILDREN |
|Homeless Services||The 67-bed dormitory provides emergency shelter, and other basic needs for homeless men.||Schenectady||MEN’S PROGRAM/EMERGENCY SHELTER||CITY MISSION OF SCHENECTADY|
|Homeless Services||Hope House provides housing for homeless people who are
chemically dependent.||Albany||SHELTER PLUS CARE PROGRAM||HOPE HOUSE|
|Homeless Services||The Homeless Youth Coalition WAIT House provides emergency housing for the short term (30 days) for youth ages 16 to 21.||Warren||WAIT HOUSE - EMERGENCY SHELTER||WAIT HOUSE|
|Homeless Services||This program can provide appropriate housing, case management, parenting skills and linkage to services for program participants for up to 12 months.||Warren||WAIT HOUSE - TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM||WAIT HOUSE|
|Homeless Shelter||St. Paul's Center is a 19-bed homeless shelter for mothers with children. Shelter and client advocacy is provided for each mother who is a resident at St. Paul's Center.||Rensselaer||HOMELESS SHELTER/MOTHERS||ST. PAUL'S CENTER|
|Homeless Shelter||Catholic Charities Housing Office operates Mercy House, a 19-bed emergency housing program for women and children, and St. Charles Lwanga Center, a 19-bed emergency bed for men in Albany. Clean, safe, decent housing is offered with support services which include 3 nutritious meals daily, case management, homelessness prevention planning, and 24-hour staffing.||Albany||MERCY HOUSE/ST. CHARLES LWANGA CENTER||CATHOLIC CHARITIES HOUSING OFFICE (CCHO)|
|Housing Services||Provides assistance to homeless individuals and families with housing needs, including eviction prevention services.||Clinton||EMERGENCY HOUSING/EVICTION PREVENTION||CLINTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|PAX CHRISTI HOSPITALITY CENTER||Provides a twenty five bed emergency center for men 16 years old and over. Temporary residence offering three components: shelter and food, human needs and services, advocacy and networking. Call for additional information. Showers available from 10:30am-11:30am and after 1pm.||Suffolk||PAX CHRISTI HOSPITALITY CENTER||HOPE HOUSE MINISTRIES|