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    Programs that provide furniture for people who need it. Available items depend on what has been donated and is on hand at any given time. The collection may include but does not specialize in adapted furniture, baby furniture or other specific items.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Food/Clothing/Furniture DistributionOffers assistance in receiving furniture. Individuals must be referred through an agency; i.e., Department of Social Services, HATAS, or Community Action Partnership (ACAP). Applications are completed through these agencies. The referred agency will then schedule an appointment to go to the Catholic Charities Furniture Bank.AlbanyFURNITURE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMCATHOLIC CHARITIES HOUSING OFFICE (CCHO)
    Food/Clothing/Furniture DistributionThe Furniture Program provides good, used, furniture free of charge to families in need, including the working poor, women and their dependent children fleeing domestic violence, families leaving homeless shelters, persons with disabilities and the elderly poor. Furniture donations are accepted. Needed: beds (any size), dressers, tables and chairs.RensselaerFURNITURE PROGRAMTROY AREA UNITED MINISTRIES
    Food/Clothing/Furniture Distribution ServicesOffers free clothing and household items to those in need.SaratogaDISTRIBUTION CENTERFRANKLIN COMMUNITY CENTER
    Food/Clothing/Furniture Distribution ServicesThe Furniture Barn provides donated, used furniture to anyone in need. Donations accepted.WarrenFURNITURE BARNNORTH COUNTRY MINISTRY
    Food/Clothing/Furniture Distribution ServicesServe clients screened and referred to Schenectady Home Furnishings Program by over 25 social service agencies and local clergy. The Schenectady Home Furnishings Program also accepts donations of furniture, lamps, household items, linen sheets, towels and small appliances, etc. Clients are served through referral from local and social service agencies. SchenectadyFURNITURE/HOUSEWARES PROGRAMSCHENECTADY HOME FURNISHINGS PROGRAM
    Food/Clothing/Furniture Distribution ServicesThe Capital City Rescue Mission sometimes has furniture available to the public. Availability and specific furniture varies widely. Closed for winter from October 1st - March 1stAlbanyGENERAL FURNITURE PROVISIONCAPITAL CITY RESCUE MISSION
    Furniture Distribution ServicesFurniture distribution for those in need. Call for details.SaratogaFURNITURE DISTRIBUTION PROGRAMFRANKLIN COMMUNITY CENTER
    Homeless ServicesThe Capital Region Furniture Bank (CRFB) is a unique local partnership that brings together multiple human service agencies, including HATAS, to work collaboratively on helping our community. Individuals and families are referred to CRFB by community partners and the referred consumer then shops the CRFB warehouse for the basic furnishings they need.AlbanyCAPITAL REGION FURNITURE BANK (CRFB)HOMELESS AND TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY (HATAS)
    Thrift ShopThe Habitat for Humanity Restore recycles all kinds of home improvement merchandise, nice pre-owned appliances and furniture for up to 90% off retail prices.SchenectadyRESTOREHABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF SCHENECTADY COUNTY

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