MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (CHILDREN)
- Parsons Child and Family Center (Central Intake)
Location: 60 Academy Rd, Albany, NY 12208
- Albany County Dept. of Children, Youth and Families
- Albany County Mental Health
Mental health evaluations for children and families.
Location: 260 S Pearl St, Albany, NY 12202
- Children’s Clinic (CDPC)
Counseling and mental health evaluations for children; most insurances accepted.
Location: New Scotland Avenue, near Albany Medical Center
- Family and Children’s Service
Counseling for children and families; does not prescribe medications; most insurances accepted as well as Fidelis.
Location: 650 Warren Avenue, Albany, NY 12208
- Karner Psychological Associates
Counseling for children and families; does not prescribe medications; most insurances accepted, Medicaid not accepted.Location: Western Avenue, Albany
- Parson’s Child and Family Guidance Clinic
Counseling and mental health evaluations for children and families; most insurances accepted.
Location: 102 Hackett Blvd.
- Psychological Services Center
Services include individual psychotherapy and counseling for children, adolescents, and adults; sliding scale fee
Location: 299 Washington Avenue
- Solutions Agency
Counseling for children and families; most insurances accepted, Medicaid not accepted.
Location: New Scotland Avenue
- Vera Imperiale
Conducts mental health evaluations for children and families; most insurances accepted except for Fidelis.
Location: 409 New Karner Road, Suite 103
- Unified Services
Rensselaer County Office Building – 3rd Floor
- Albany Youth Soccer (AYS)-518-453-1095 albanyyouthsoccer.org AYS is a recreational soccer program for children between the ages of 5-15
- Swinburne Skating Rink-Clinton Avenue and Manning Blvd-518-434-5699. Contact the Department of Recreation for schedule of events and fees
- Arbor Hill Community Center-50 Lark Street 518-434-0583
- Hoffman Community Center-7 Hoffman Avenue- 518-434-5545
- St. Vincent’s Community Center-844 Madison Avenue-518-438-2756
- Homeless & Travelers Aid (HATAS) for referral to any area shelter
- Emergency Services, 24/7 463-2124 – 138 Central Ave. Walk-ins 9am-4.30pm
- United Tenants Association (UTA) landlord tenant disputes/eviction emergencies
- 33 Clinton Ave 436-8997
- Support Ministries HIV/AIDS Housing Referral 427-2463
- HEAP (help with heating costs) 432-5935
- For assistance finding shelter call the Rensselaer Co. Dept of Social Services weekdays 9am-4:30pm 283-2000
- Joseph’s House in Troy – 272 2544
- HEAP (help with heating costs) 270-2730
- Troy Housing Authority – 271-8353
- TRIP 272-8289
- AIDS Council – 445-2437
- Albany County Health Dept. – 175 Green Street 447-4580
- Rensselaer County Health Dept – 270-2660
- Capital District Psychiatric Center (CDPC) – 75 New Scotland Ave. 447-9611
- Medicaid – Albany Co. Dept of Social Services 447-7458 or 447-7300
- Poverello Center – Walk in health care (adults only) Wed 6:30-8:00pm
- 315 Sheridan Ave 426-9428
- St. Peter’s Family Health Care Ctr – 326 S Pearl St 449-0100
- Whitney Young Health Ctr – 920 Lark Drive – 465-4771
For information about the Food Pantry that will serve your address call: Food Pantries for the Capital District – weekdays 8:30am – 4pm 458 -1167
Food Stamps – Albany County Dept of Social Services 447-7403 OR Rensselaer Co. Dept of Social Services – Families 270-3949/Singles 270-8655
NOEP – help with Food Stamp applications 462-6765 x 327 or Troy 272-6159
WIC – Women, Infants, Children’s Program at: Whitney Young Clinic 920 Lark Drive 465-9387 & 220 Green St 432-4033 or Rensselaer 272-6159
COMMUNITY MEALS – BREAKFAST
- Mon & Fri 8-8:30am Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless, 176 Sheridan Ave
- Tues, Wed, Thurs 7-9am (Mid Oct-Mid April) Westminster Church, 262 State St.
- Daily 6:30 – 7:00am City Mission, 259 S. Pearl St
- Mon- Fri 7-8am & Sat-Sun 9am-1pm Bethany Hospitality Center, 27 State St
COMMUNITY MEALS – LUNCH
- Sun 1-2:00pm – Congregation Beth Emett, 283 Central Ave
- Mon & Thu 11:30-1:00pm St. Maximilian Kolbe, 283 Central Ave
- Mon thru Sun 11:30am-12:05pm – City Mission, 259 S. Pearl St.
- Tues 11:30-1pm St. John’s/St. Ann’s Ctr – 157 Franklin St
- Tues, Wed & Fri 11:30-12:30pm – Salvation Army, mobile Canteen – Clinton Ave (west of Judson)
- Wed 11:30-1pm- Sacred Heart Church, 31 Walter St
- Wed noon-1pm (Sep-June)- Israel AME Church, 381 Hamilton St
- Fri 11am-1pm – Sweet Pilgrim, Clinton & Ten Broeck
- Sat 11am-1pm Mount Calvary, 55 Alexander St
- Sat noon-1pm,- Grace and Holy Innocents, 498 Clinton Ave
- Last 10 days of the month – noon – 1pm Salvation Army Cohoes, 300 Ontario Street
- Mon-Fri 11:30-12:30pm, Bethany Hospitality Center
COMMUNITY MEALS – DINNER
- Mon-Sat 6:30pm and Sun @ 4:30pm – City Mission, 259 South Pearl St
- Wed 4- 6pm Watervliet United Methodist Church 14th St & 1st Ave
- Mon-Fri Salvation Army Mobile Canteen 4-4.30pm Ida Yarbrough Apts
- 4:30-5 pm – 100 Clinton Ave
- 5 -6 pm – Lexington & Washington Ave
- Daily 3-5pm – JC Club Children’s Feeding Ctr (Children 3-19) 63 Quail St.
- 3rd Sun of each month at 4pm – Albany Wesleyan Church, 168 S Allen St
- Mon 4:30-5:30pm Salvation Army Troy, 410 River St.
- Tues 4:30-6pm – First Baptist, 82 Third St
- Wed 4-5pm, St. Mary’s – 196 Third Street
- 4-6pm, the Open Table, United Methodist, 1401 First Ave, Watervliet
- 4-6pm , Victorious Life, 1838 Fifth Ave
- Thu 4-5pm St. Mary’s 196 Third Ave
- Fri 4:30-5:30pm, The Salvation Army, 410 River St
- Sat 6:30pm, Trinity Church, 1336 First Ave, Watervliet. Served last Sat of each month
- Sun 2-4pm, Lansingburgh Churches at First Presbyterian, 115th St & 3rd Ave Troy – Oct-May
Clothing is available at a reduced cost at thrift shops. They will provide clothing free of charge if you bring a referral from any helping agency.
- St. Patrick’s Thrift Shop – 283 Central Ave, Thursday’s 10am-2pm 465-8395
- Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless – 176 Sheridan Ave, Mon-Fri 10am-3pm 434-8021
- St. Mary’s – 10 Lodge St, Tues-Fri 9am-11:30am 462-4254
- St. John’s/St. Ann’s – 88 4th St, Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri 10am-noon & 1-3pm 472-9091
- Colonie Christian Life Center – 31 Vly Road, Thur 6:30-7:30pm 456-3022
- Doors of Hope, Rtes 43 & 150 West Sand Lake, Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat 9:30am – 4pm. Thursday 9:30am-7pm. 674-4048
- Nassau Resource Center, 15 Church Street, Mon, Tue, Fri 9:30-noon, Wed 7-9pm 766-9014
- Unique Boutique (Unity House) – 2431 Sixth Ave, Troy. Mon-Thur 9am-5pm & Fri 8am-4pm – 272-2352
- The Gathering Place – 24 Albany Ave, Nassau. Tue & Thurs noon-7pm, Wed & Fri 10-4pm 766-4164
- Bethany Hospitality Center – 27 State St. Troy Wed & Sat 9.30-11am 273-3529
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