|Advisory/Advocacy||CHOICE Managed Long Term Care helps older adults to keep track and make connections to the resources in the area. Also offers counseling with the various issues which affect the elderly, specifically, such as maintaining a house, home care, security, etc.||Schenectady||SENIOR CASE MANAGEMENT||VISITING NURSE SERVICE OF SCHENECTADY AND SARATOGA COUNTIES|
|Advisory/Advocacy Services||Saratoga County EOC provides assistance to low income residents with food stamps, Medicaid, unemployment and seasonal employment, advocacy, counseling and appropriate referrals. This is also a support program to advocate and address the needs of Saratoga County community. EOC provides information, referrals and communication assistance.||Saratoga||CRISIS INTERVENTION AND CASE MANAGEMENT||SARATOGA COUNTY ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL (EOC) |
|Case/Care Management Services||Provides rapid housing placement to homeless individuals and eviction prevention services to at-risk individuals. Social worker is available to provide assistance with individuals with mental health and substance abuse with severe, persistent, and untreated mental illnesses. Social worker provides assessments and intakes to secure mental health treatment and other services to assist in maintaining permanent housing. Case managers are available to address individual needs.||Schenectady||ADVOCACY AND CASE MANAGEMENT||BETHESDA HOUSE OF SCHENECTADY|
|Case/Care Management Services||Provides case management for families with a youth coming home from a juvenile facility, including referrals to community resources which may be needed.||Rensselaer||AFTERCARE TEAM||NEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES|
|Case/Care Management Services||Care management to individuals with HIC/AIDS and other chronic diseases. Prevention, outreach, education, enrollment assistance for health insurance access, housing, transportation, financial assistance.||Albany||AIDS/HIV SERVICES||ALLIANCE FOR POSITIVE HEALTH|
|Case/Care Management Services||Provides HIV prevention interventions, HIV testing, HIV screening, care management for chronic illness, syringe exchange program, opioid overdose prevention training.||Clinton||AIDS/HIV SERVICES||ALLIANCE FOR POSITIVE HEALTH |
|Case/Care Management Services||Blended Case Management is an OMH-certified program targeted to serve high-risk, high-need adults with serious and persistent mental illness. Services are delivered by
community-based collaborative intervention to increase community tenure and avoid unnecessary hospitalization. The program develops individualized plans to problem solve and overcome obstacles faced by consumers with a focus on rehabilitation and service linkage.||Columbia||BLENDED CASE MANAGEMENT||MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF COLUMBIA-GREENE COUNTIES|
|Case/Care Management Services||Bridges to Health (B2H) is a Medicaid Waiver Program designed to supplement NYS Medicaid state plan services to populations of foster care youth, their families and caregivers. Foster care children and youth may have medical/physical, emotional and/or developmental challenges. The program works to support children and caregivers in the lowest level of care possible including return to home and/or adoption. The goal of the program is to support youth as they reach their highest level of potential, attain permanency and develop social and emotional competencies that provide for healthy, permanent families. Available services include: Case Management/Health Care Integration; Skill Building; Family Caregiver Supports; Day Habilitation; Pre-vocational Services; Supported Employment; Planned Respite; Community Advocacy and Support; Crisis Avoidance, Management and Training; Immediate Crisis Response, In-home Support, and Crisis Respite; Accessibility Modification; and, Adaptive and Assistive Equipment.||Albany||BRIDGES TO HEALTH HOME AND COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES WAIVER||PARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER |
|Case/Care Management Services||Senior Adult Care Management a service designed to help seniors maintain a healthy, independent lifestyle while reducing risk and isolation. Can include monthly case aide visits, communications to an adult child regarding the senior's status, provide recommendations and referrals, assist with doctors appointments, bill paying, and schedule coordination.||Albany||CASE/CARE MANAGEMENT||JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK|
|Case/Care Management Services||Case management services are intended to ensure that the most basic needs (i.e. adequate shelter, clothing, and nutrition) of either individuals or families are met. Subsequent case management services might entail assistance in ensuring that clients gain access to psychiatric, psychological, social, educational, medical, vocational and any and all other services that promote their ability to achieve and maintain independence and optimal functioning in the community. Intensive Case Management (ICM) is a specialized state Medicaid funded program with specific eligibility criteria with services similar to those as described above.||Hamilton||CASE/CARE MANAGEMENT / MENTAL ILLNESS / EMOTIONAL DISABILITIES||HAMILTON COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES |
|Case/Care Management Services||The Warren-Hamilton Counties Office for the Aging advocates on behalf of seniors with legislative bodies and other agencies.
||Warren||CASE/CARE MANAGEMENT/OLDER ADULTS||WARREN HAMILTON COUNTIES OFFICE FOR THE AGING |
|Case/Care Management Services||Provides a social worker to individuals and families who have multiple health concerns and need help managing resources, appointments and other related services.||Essex||CASE MANAGEMENT||HUDSON HEADWATERS HEALTH NETWORK|
|Case/Care Management Services||Shelters of Saratoga provides case management services to homeless men and women.||Saratoga||CASE MANAGEMENT||SHELTERS OF SARATOGA|
|Case/Care Management Services||The Homeless Youth Coalition WAIT House assesses needs of individuals and links them to necessary services (medical, mental health, substance abuse treatment.) Wait House also offers case management for youth, including goal planning.||Warren||CASE MANAGEMENT||WAIT HOUSE|
|Case/Care Management Services||CATHOLIC CHARITIES TRI-COUNTY SERVICES REACH, CoNSERNS-U and the Food Pantry offer case management and support to low income individuals and families in order to offset conditions of poverty and under-employment or unemployment.
Program assists individuals with utilities payments, transportation and prescription/medication payment assistance.||Rensselaer||CASE MANAGEMENT LOW INCOME FAMILIES||CATHOLIC CHARITIES TRI-COUNTY SERVICES|
|Case/Care Management Services||Provides case management services for families with children diagnosed with mental or emotional disabilities.||Clinton||CHILDREN AND YOUTH INTENSIVE CASE MANAGEMENT (ICM)||BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES NORTH (BHSN)|
|Case/Care Management Services||This is a private care management program providing compassionate service to clients and their families- comprehensive in home assessment, care planning, care management, eldercare consulting, assistance with housing, facility placement, entitlements, advocacy, and education.||Albany||CHOICES GERIATRIC CARE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM||ST. PETER'S HEALTH PARTNERS|
|Case/Care Management Services||Provides assistance to elderly individuals living in the City of Albany in need of assistance with life transitions or care coordination to improve quality of life. CAPTEL Phone available for hearing impaired.||Albany||COMMUNITY CASE MANAGEMENT||SENIOR SERVICES OF ALBANY |
|Case/Care Management Services||The Office for Aging offers outreach to seniors who are unable to understand or access the information or services that they need. They visit homes, write newspaper articles, speak to groups, send information to doctors' offices and churches and refer seniors to as many programs as they need.||Fulton||COMMUNITY EDUCATION||FULTON COUNTY OFFICE FOR AGING|
|Case/Care Management Services||Provides case management and parenting education to pregnant, parenting, and at-risk teens. This includes arranging medical care for the teen and the baby, transportation, childbirth education, helping them obtain job skills and/or complete their education or GED, finding affordable housing, and helping them understand their rights and responsibilities as a parent. Adoption decision-making is also provided to parents considering the adoption option.||Albany||COMMUNITY MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT||COMMUNITY MATERNITY SERVICES|
|Case/Care Management Services||The Next Step Community Transitional Support Program offers support for women who have children being returned to them from some type of alternative care arrangement and who are entering the job market. CTSP offers a rental subsidy and weekly supervision by a case manager. Women in CTSP are able to receive, for up to two years an income-based rental subsidy based on net income that decreases as salary increases.||Albany||COMMUNITY TRANSITIONAL SUPPORT PROGRAM (CTSP)||NEXT STEP|
|Case/Care Management Services||The Community Transition Team has an office at the Capital District Psychiatric Center. HATAS works with hospital staff and the Albany County Department of Mental Health on discharge planning for hospital patients. We help hospital staff and patients identify the most appropriate residential option in the community, guide patients through the transition back to the community, and make sure supports are in place when special assistance is needed.||Albany||COMMUNITY TRANSITION TEAM (CTT)||HOMELESS AND TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY (HATAS)|
|Case/Care Management Services||The Developmental Disability Program serves individuals developmental disabilities, and their families through advocacy, transportation and case management. The Department consists of the following components: outreach, case management, information and referral to additional services, “La Familia” activities for parents and caregivers, Medicaid service coordination, respite programs, family reimbursement and summer activities.||Montgomery||DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY PROGRAM (DDP)||CENTRO CIVICO OF AMSTERDAM|
|Case/Care Management Services||Provides help to anyone that has been affected by a natural disaster, hurricane, tropical storm, etc. and still has unmet needs. The staff will work with individuals as long as it takes to help them connect with local services, and work closely with other social service agencies.
Will help the following:
- Those that are NOT eligible for FEMA, including immigrants
- Those that got FEMA assistance but still have unmet needs
- Those that are confused about where they stand in the FEMA process.||New York||DISASTER CASE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM||FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA) - NEW YORK STATE|
|Case/Care Management Services||The Columbia Greene Domestic Violence Non-Residential Program works closely with families to increase their independence from the batterer, and help them to make healthier choices for their future. Columbia Greene Domestic Violence provides victims/survivors of domestic violence services in a safe environment where survivors can address issues associated with their victimization without fear for their safety. Services are provided on a voluntary basis. Support services are provided on an as needed basis and include but are not limited to: support counseling, support groups, advocacy, information and referral, transportation, and New York State Crime Victim Board claims assistance. Staff will also familiarize clients with New York state laws that pertain to their situation and can help answer questions regarding custody, criminal charges, protection orders. Staff can help victims understand the judicial process and attend legal and court appointments with the victim as requested.||Greene||DOMESTIC VIOLENCE / NON-RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM||COMMUNITY ACTION OF GREENE COUNTY|
|Case/Care Management Services||EISEP is designed to provide non-medical services to older persons to allow them to remain at home. This includes Case Management, In-Home Services & Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS).||Greene||EXPANDED IN-HOME SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY PROGRAM (EISEP)||GREENE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES|
|Case/Care Management Services||Mentoring relationship for the children in partnership with Big Brothers/Big Sisters. Individual family assistance or case management to determine, with the family, their unmet needs and to assist them to connect with resources. Families also create goals with a plan to achieve them. Cooperative with the families involved in FOCAS to meet, assess their needs and work together to create their plan for change.||Rensselaer||FOCAS - FAMILY OPPORTUNITY COLLABORATIVE AT SUNNYSIDE||CATHOLIC CHARITIES TRI-COUNTY SERVICES|
|Case/Care Management Services||Provides comprehensive care coordination services to individuals with chronic illnesses.||Albany||HEALTH HOME CARE COORDINATION||CATHOLIC CHARITIES AIDS SERVICES|
|Case/Care Management Services||The Case Management program is designed to serve severely and persistently mentally ill and seriously emotionally disturbed children and adolescents. This 24-hour-a-day program provides aggressive outreach and support to individuals who either overuse emergency room and inpatient services or drop out of services. A separate team serves children at risk of hospitalization or placement. The program has the capacity to provide wrap around services. Access is by referral from an outpatient treatment program.||Rensselaer||HEALTH HOME/CARE COORDINATION SERVICES FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS||RENSSELAER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH |
|Case/Care Management Services||Provides a plan of care for families/care providers/ guardians with children and adultsdiagnosed with developmental disabilities. This program assists families/ care providers/ guardians to secure benefits, advocate in school, accessing programs and funding and providing crisis intervention and support.||Clinton||MEDICAID SERVICE COORDINATION||CLINTON COUNTY CHAPTER NYSARC, INC, DBA/ADVOCACY AND RESOURCE CENTER|
|Case/Care Management Services||Medicaid Service Coordination exists to assist individuals and their families through advocacy to negotiate county, state and federal programs. Medical Service Coordination will help families obtain Medicaid and-or Social Security as well as residential and day services.
||Warren||MEDICAID SERVICE COORDINATION||COMMUNITY, WORK AND INDEPENDENCE |
|Case/Care Management Services||Schenectady County residents with developmental disabilities receive assistance and advocacy to identify and access programs, activities and funding necessary to achieve life goals. Services are guided by an Individualized Service Plan (ISP) developed by the Medicaid Service Coordinator, consumer, family member and-or advocate. Medicaid Service Coordination can be provided at various locations throughout the community.||Schenectady||MEDICAID SERVICE COORDINATION||NYSARC - SCHENECTADY COUNTY CHAPTER|
|Case/Care Management Services||Wildwood Programs' Medicaid Service Coordination assists individuals with developmental disabilities to gain access to the full array of services and supports available to them in the community, while promoting the concepts of choice, individualized services and supports and consumer satisfaction. The service coordinator works collaboratively with the individual, family and other service providers to develop and implement an individualized service plan, which outlines a person's goals, desires, and dreams.||Schenectady||MEDICAID SERVICE COORDINATION||WILDWOOD PROGRAMS|
|Case/Care Management Services||Kee to Independent Growth provides service coordinators to assist their clientele with developmental disabilities (such as Intellectual Disability, Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and Epilepsy) work with the New York State Department OPWDD. Some of the services are: maintaining a one-on-one relationship with the client to ensure personal missions are acknowledged and supported, working with Medicaid and Medicare to ensure billing and other related services are met, supporting individuals in finding ways to maintain independence and self-sufficiency, enrolling individuals in day programs, supportive employment, and other suitable events for daily enrichment, assisting individuals achieve short term and long term goals, and working closely with doctors, specialists, psychologists, and therapists to ensure the clients health needs and other essentials are met.||Saratoga||OPWDD SERVICE COORDINATION||KEE TO INDEPENDENT GROWTH|
|Case/Care Management Services||Parent aides and home aides provide transportation, role-modeling, budgeting and other services for parents.
||Albany||PARENT AIDE/HOME AIDE||SAINT CATHERINE'S CENTER FOR CHILDREN |
|Case/Care Management Services||Family Supports offers service coordination to assist individuals and families to identify and access the services and community supports unique to their needs.
||Rensselaer||SERVICE COORDINATION||NYSARC - RENSSELAER COUNTY CHAPTER|
|Case/Care Management Services||Assists the individual with development disabilities and their family with a plan of care to access benefits, advocate when needed, and find resources or services within the community.||Clinton||SERVICE COORDINATION||RESIDENTIAL RESOURCES|
|Case/Care Management Services||Medicaid Service Coordinators provide assistance, advocacy, community connections, family linkages and referrals to assist people of all ages in attaining the highest quality of life and to be as independent as possible.
||Saratoga||SERVICE COORDINATION||SARATOGA BRIDGES |
|Case/Care Management Services||Provides service coordination services to individuals diagnosed with developmental disabilities or traumatic brain injuries to assist them in gaining and maintaining access to necessary services and supports appropriate to the needs of the individual. This includes the securing of clinical and family support services, benefit and entitlement assistance, monitoring of program and service quality, help with educational opportunities, home and vehicle modification, purchase of adaptive equipment, scheduling of respite and recreational opportunities, community integration, guardianship issues, residential placement, advocacy, and development of individualized plans. Family support services provide support, respite, and education for parents and other family members related to the individual with the developmental disability.||Albany||SERVICE COORDINATION AND FAMILY SUPPORT||CATHOLIC CHARITIES DISABILITIES SERVICES|
|Case/Care Management Services||The Single Point of Access is a centralized intake process for referrals for high-intensity mental health services for children and adults who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness and whose illness interferes with their ability to function. 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 person's
need. direct care is also provided through teaching, community integration, supportive counseling and crisis intervention.||Warren||SINGLE POINT OF ACCESS (SPOA)||MENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT- COMMUNITY SERVICES FOR WARREN AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES|
|Case/Care Management Services||A team of agency representatives from across systems reviews requests for services. Separate adult and child SPOAs exist. The adult SPOA reviews applications for Intensive and Supportive Case Management services, along with requests for housing. The children's tem reviews requests for Intensive Case Management, Supportive Case Management, Family Support, mentors and waiver.||Schoharie||SINGLE POINT OF ACCESS (SPOA)||SCHOHARIE COUNTY OFFICE OF COMMUNITY SERVICES |
|Case/Care Management Services||Offers skilled nursing and rehabilitation therapy to ensure our patients are at their personal best and ready to resume their independent lifestyle after surgery or illness. Our caring and progressive approach to physical and occupational therapy serves to ensure that our patients reach their potential and regain maximum independence.||Schenectady||SUB ACUTE REHABILITATION||PATHWAYS NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER|
|Case/Care Management Services||Provides needs assessment, service planning and service access for people with HIV/AIDS.||Albany||SUPPORTIVE CASE MANAGEMENT||CATHOLIC CHARITIES AIDS SERVICES|
|Case/Care Management Services||Provides support, including financial support, to homeless veterans seeking permanent housing.||Albany||SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERANS FAMILIES||ALBANY HOUSING COALITION|
|Community-Based Services||CARE provides Mechanicville Area residents with easy access to human services through satellite services and emergency assistance. All programs are offered free of charge: a food pantry, Thanksgiving baskets, Holiday Toy Program, Case Management, Human Service Information and Referral.||Saratoga||COMMUNITY ADVOCACY REFERRAL AND EDUCATION (CARE)||MECHANICVILLE AREA COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER (MACSC)|
|Community-Based Services||Provides community outreach centers throughout the county to meets the needs of individuals/families in need. Each center provides basic needs services along with benefits assistance. Services include food pantries, emergency housing assistance, family services to promote self-reliance and prevent future crisis. HEAP application assistance. Coordinates Medical Transportation. These centers also provide new immigrants and refugees all of the above services of basic needs and benefit services as well.||Clinton||COMMUNITY OUTREACH||JOINT COUNCIL FOR ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY OF CLINTON AND FRANKLIN COUNTIES (JCEO)|
|Community-Based Services||Individualized supports, including Self-Directed Supports for individuals with Developmental or Intellectual Disabilities.||Columbia||COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES (CSS)||NYSARC - COLUMBIA COUNTY CHAPTER (COARC)|
|Counseling Services||This is a focused, intensive, prevention intervention targeted to youth who have demonstrated an extreme high risk of involvement in criminal activity. Services include case management, individual and family needs assessments with referrals and anger management and peer group facilitation.||Albany||TARGET PROGRAM||TRINITY ALLIANCE OF THE CAPITAL REGION|
|Crisis Intervention Services||The Home Based Crisis Intervention (HBCI) Program provides an effective and efficient alternative to in-patient hospitalization and ER visits, where avoidable, by supporting families to remain intact, improving family functioning, providing tools to manage crisis and building safety within the context of families’ natural support systems. Involving the whole family in treatment as well as in every step of the decision making process maximizes the potential for mitigating the long term effects of trauma and other adverse childhood experiences by strengthening family relationships and supporting families’ ability to manage behavioral crises.||Albany||HOME BASED CRISIS INTERVENTION (HBCI) PROGRAM||PARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER |
|Disease/Disability Care Services||SAIL provides short-term case management and service coordination services, as well as linkage and referral to other service systems (DOH, OMRDD, OMH, etc.) Center
staff will assist with eligibility determinations and gathering the necessary documentation to access funded case management and service coordination services. If requested, center staff will continue to work with individuals with disabilities as advocates once they are enrolled in funded services.
SAIL provides advocacy and assistance to individuals with disabilities, family members, and other interested parties who are returning to community-based settings from
nursing homes. The center also provides advocacy and assistance to persons at risk of nursing facility placement so that they can remain in the community with necessary supports.||Warren||CASE MANAGEMENT AND SERVICE COORDINATION||SOUTHERN ADIRONDACK INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER|
|Disease/Disability Care Services||Designed for individuals from birth to age 21 who have a severe chronic illness or physical disability that significantly interferes with normal growth and development.||Albany||CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL CARE NEEDS OR DISABILITIES PROGRAM||ALBANY COUNTY DEPARTMENT FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES|
|Disease/Disability Care Services||Offers services and support for children and adults diagnosed with developmental disabilities or brain injuries. Services include day habilitation to work on life and social skills, and other activities to increase as much independence as possible, and case management to help them and their families keep track of all health-related needs.
||Clinton||DISEASE/DISABILITY CARE SERVICES||NORTH COUNTRY REGIONAL TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY CENTER|
|Disease/Disability Care Services||Offers service coordination, At-home support, and recreation services including a specialized Teen Rec program.||Ulster||FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES||ARC OF ULSTER-GREENE|
|Disease/Disability Care Services||Provides various forms of support services for individuals diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and their families, such as information and referral, short term case management, assistance equipment and much more.
||Clinton||MS NAVIGATOR PROGRAM||NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY UPSTATE NEW YORK CHAPTER|
|Education/Training Services||The Jamison-Rounds Ready for School (JR-RFS) Program provides women either residing at the YWCA-GCR or in the community, with access to a variety of educational services and resources. We provide referrals to GED prep classes, provide tutoring and resources to low level learners and will provide assistance to anyone seeking to enter higher education or in need of support when faced with student loan defaults. In addition, this program provides case management together with 360 Degrees of Support. The goal of this program is to provide women with the opportunity, support, resources and referrals they need in order to advance their education and literacy level.||Rensselaer||JAMISON-ROUNDS READY FOR SCHOOL PROGRAM (JR-RFS)||YWCA OF THE GREATER CAPITAL REGION (YWCA-GCR)|
|Education/Training Services||The Jamison-Rounds Ready for Work (JR-RFW) Employment Training Program provides women either residing at the YWCA-GCR or in the community, with job readiness training, on site work experience, case management, resource referral and 360 Degrees of Support. The goal of this program is to provide women with the skills they need in order to obtain and maintain permanent employment at a livable wage.
The training areas include our Front Desk, Sally Catlin Resource Center and Food Pantry. We also provide training hours in the form of meetings, discussion and goal planning. Classes are held Monday-Friday 10:00 am-2:00 pm. This is a 12 week employment training program and is held in three sessions per year. A graduation ceremony is held at the end of each session.||Rensselaer||JAMISON-ROUNDS READY FOR WORK (JR-RFW) EMPLOYMENT TRAINING PROGRAM||YWCA OF THE GREATER CAPITAL REGION (YWCA-GCR)|
|Financial Assistance/Voucher Services||The Apartment Program provides housing in a community apartment for homeless women with a disability and their children. Participants receive rental assistance and case management. Apartments are rented from local landlords throughout Rensselaer County.||Rensselaer||APARTMENT PROGRAM||YWCA OF THE GREATER CAPITAL REGION (YWCA-GCR)|
|Health/Medical Care Services||Parsons Child and Family Center and area School Districts are partnering in delivering school based behavioral health services at designated school sites. These projects are designed to provide services to school aged-children who have emotional or behavioral needs, as well as provide support to the families of these children.||Albany||SCHOOL BASED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH||PARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER |
|Home Care Services||Provides case management to help seniors if they are overwhelmed with managing their health care needs. Also offers in-home assessments for seniors who may need extra help at home by providing in-home personal care services such as bathing, dressing, personal hygiene and mobility assistance or light housekeeping, shopping etc. This program may also provide assistance in paying for Lifeline service (personal emergency response system).||Franklin||EISEP (EXPANDED IN-HOME SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY PROGRAM)||OFFICE FOR THE AGING IN FRANKLIN COUNTY|
|Home Care Services||EISEP provides care and supervision for dependent adults in their own homes during some portion of a 24-hour day.||Albany||EXPANDED IN-HOME SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY PROGRAM (EISEP)||ALBANY COUNTY DEPARTMENT FOR AGING|
|Home Care Services||The Expanded In Home Services for the Elderly (EISEP) offers non-medical in-home services (housekeeper/chore and/or personal care) and case management to individuals meeting eligibility requirements.||Saratoga||EXPANDED IN-HOME SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY PROGRAM (EISEP)||SARATOGA COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING|
|Home Care Services||Fort Hudson provides case management, comprehensive assessment and care referral services.
||Washington||FORT HUDSON HOME CARE||FORT HUDSON HEALTH SYSTEM|
|Home Care Services||Provides home care services, such as personal care, homemaker assistance and case management for older adults in the community.||Clinton||HOME CARE PROGRAM||CLINTON COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING|
|Housing Services||HATAS’s Pathways Project integrates housing and employment support services for 28 households with a history of homelessness and a disabling condition. The program includes rental subsidies, service planning, job-readiness training, employment placement assistance, case management, referrals to treatment, and other community services.||Albany||PATHWAYS SUPPORTIVE HOUSING||HOMELESS AND TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY (HATAS)|
|Information and Referral Services||Provides case management for clients, helping them with specific issues related to blindness or low vision, linking them to the resources within their community.||Clinton||BLIND AND VISION IMPAIRED RESOUCE INFORMATION||NORTH COUNTRY ASSOCIATION FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED|
|Information/Referral Services||Homeless & Traveler's Aid Society of the Capital District (HATAS) provides a 24-hour Homeless Emergency Services Program (24-HESP) that is the central intake, assessment and referral point for homeless Albany County residents needing shelter. 24-HESP arranges placements in area shelters for homeless families and their children, single adults, and runaway youths.
NOTE: During normal business hours, individuals in need of shelter, contact Department of Social Services, 518-447-7300.
||Albany||24-HOUR HOMELESS EMERGENCY SERVICES PROGRAM (24-HESP)||HOMELESS AND TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY (HATAS)|
|Information/Referral Services||Rapid Response Referral Program (RRRP) is IAVA’s case management and referral services program. This program is connecting our Member Veterans and their families with veteran-specific resources.||New York||RAPID RESPONSE REFERRAL PROGRAM (RRRP)||IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN VETERANS OF AMERICA (IAVA)|
|Insurance Services||Provides navigation services of the complex health care system by providing individual assistance. Helps find health insurance access, free or low cost health care, helps to solve billing issues along with drug assistance programs.||Albany||COMMUNITY HEALTH ADVOCATES (CHA)||HEALTHY CAPITAL DISTRICT INITIATIVE (HCDI)|
|Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing||Offers safe, decent, affordable housing with support services to enhance opportunities for housing stability via a family apartments program in Albany, New York. Services include case management, homelessness prevention planning, and employment assistance.||Albany||FAMILY APARTMENTS PROGRAM||CATHOLIC CHARITIES HOUSING OFFICE (CCHO)|
|Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing||Offers safe, decent, affordable housing with support services to enhance opportunities for housing stability via Single Room Occupancy (SRO) residences in Albany and Troy, NY. Services include case management, homelessness prevention planning, and employment assistance.||Albany||SINGLE ROOM OCCUPANCY (SRO)||CATHOLIC CHARITIES HOUSING OFFICE (CCHO)|
|Mental Health Services||Connects individuals with appropriate medical services and other providers. Assists individuals to seek housing, case management, social work services. Interviews and assessments are made to connect individuals to services. Will work with individuals to establish connections to integrated primary care and behavioral health services with the end goal of treatment compliance.||Schenectady||BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROGRAM||BETHESDA HOUSE OF SCHENECTADY|
|Mental Health Services||This service replaces the Targeted Case Management Services. This agency contracts with Adirondack Health Institute (AHI) and provides linkage and supports to assist individuals with their mental and physical health care needs. – OMH funded and contract with Health Home and DOH.||Essex||CARE COORDINATION, HOME HEALTH ,CRISIS ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM, HOUSING, EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT,WELLNESS SCREENINGS||MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION IN ESSEX COUNTY|
|Mental Health Services||The case management service provides services to individuals in need of accessing necessary medical, psychiatric, social, psychosocial, educational, vocational, financial, housing and other services in accordance with goals identified by the recipient in a written case management plan.||Greene||CASE MANAGEMENT||GREENE COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER|
|Mental Health Services||The Case Management program is designed to serve severely and persistently mentally ill and seriously emotionally disturbed adults. This 24-hour-a-day program provides aggressive outreach and support to individuals who either overuse emergency room and inpatient services or drop out of services. Access is by referral.||Rensselaer||HOME HEALTH/CARE COORDINATION SERVICES FOR ADULTS||RENSSELAER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH |
|Mental Health Services||The Mental Health Juvenile Justice Program provides mental health and case management services to youth ages 7 to 18 years in the juvenile justice system who present with a full range of mental health diagnoses and await release from a juvenile justice facility. Services begin prior to a youth’s release from the facility and continue in the home after release.
||Albany||MENTAL HEALTH JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAM||PARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER |
|Mental Health Services||Comprehensive mental hygiene services for adults and families including group therapy sessions. Counseling, medication and case management services are available.||Rensselaer||MH SERVICES FOR ADULTS||RENSSELAER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH |
|Mental Health Services||Comprehensive mental hygiene services for children from birth to age 18. Services include sexual abuse evaluation and treatment. Counseling, medication and case management services are available.||Rensselaer||MH SERVICES FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS||RENSSELAER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH |
|Mental Health Services||Comprehensive mental hygiene care is provided to youngsters from birth to age 18. Services include sexual abuse evaluation and treatment. Counseling, medication and case management services are provided to developmentally disabled children.
||Rensselaer||UNIFIED SERVICES FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS||RENSSELAER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH |
|Parent/ Family Support Services||Provides case management if needed, for pregnant or parenting teens, also provides diapers and formula if available. Community parenting classes that leads to a certificate.||Franklin||TEEN PARENT FAMILY SUPPORT||CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF FRANKLIN COUNTY|
|Parent/Family Support Services||The Intensive Aftercare Prevention Program is a community-based, in-home prevention service provided by a clinical team. Each team provides 6-8 hours per week per family of family counseling, individual counseling and wraparound casework support with six families whose children are at risk for placement, or for families whose children will be returning home from placement. IAPP focuses on strengthening the family unit by teaching adaptive parenting and safety skills to parents-guardians and teaching self-management and decision-making skills with identified youth.
The purpose of this service is to prevent out-of-home placement or assist youth in returning home from placement. IAPP strives to assist in reducing the risk of further maltreatment (abuse-neglect) or youth served by the program.||Schenectady||INTENSIVE AFTERCARE PREVENTION PROGRAM (IAPP)||NORTHEAST PARENT AND CHILD SOCIETY |
|Protective Services||Child Preventive Services is a program which serves families with severe and multiple problems to improve family functioning so that children can remain in their own home and avoid foster care. Early intervention and adolescent preventive services are provided. Preventive services caseworkers assess and manage the cases.||Washington||CHILD PREVENTIVE SERVICES||WASHINGTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)|
|Senior Services||Programs and services is to foster independence and enhance the quality of life of older adults by developing and delivering an array of valuable, relevant and cost effective services to seniors of the Capital Region. These programs and services caters to the diverse population of elderly individuals and their caregivers,and have access to thousands of seniors through our extensive networks of partners and collaborators throughout the region. Program and services support independence, choice and dignity for our elderly neighbors from pre-retirement into their later years.
||Albany||PROGRAMS AND SERVICES||SENIOR SERVICES OF ALBANY |
|Support Services||Albany School Support II Project: Parsons Child and Family Center and Albany City School District are partners in the School Support II Project, collaboration between the NYS Office of Mental Health and the NYS State Education Department. This program is designed to provide services to elementary school-children who have emotional or behavioral needs, as well as provide support to the families of these children. The hope is that these services will help children succeed in school.||Albany||ALBANY SCHOOL SUPPORT II PROJECT||PARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER |
|Support Services||The Children with Special Health Care Needs program provides free assistance for children through age 21 in finding medical and related community services.
||Greene||CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS PROGRAM||GREENE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT|
|Support Services||Provides various support services to individuals with cerebral palsy or developmental disabilities and their families through case management, education, reimbursement vouchers for good and services not covered by Medicaid, and information and referrals to other resources and services that a family may require.||Clinton||FAMILY SERVICES||CEREBRAL PALSY ASSOCIATION OF THE NORTH COUNTRY|
|Youth Enrichment Services||Regularly scheduled street shifts in Warren and Washington counties where youth congregate.
Provide survival aid to youth through delivery of gateway services that may include food, beverages, clothing, hygiene and other essential needs. Provide education to youth with brochures, palm cards, safe sex kits and other literature as requested. Provide assessment, case management, prevention activities, referrals, crisis stabilization and follow-up support to youth homeless, at-risk of homelessness or who are being trafficked or at-risk of trafficking.
Drop in center Thursdays from 3:30-5:30pm at 12 Wait Street where youth can access a meal, do laundry and meet with a worker.
||Warren||STREET OUTREACH PROGRAM||WAIT HOUSE|