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Programs by Ulster United Way

Education/Day Care/Camps/Job Skills 

Serves the special needs of SUNY Ulster students living with mental illness. Mental Health Association 

After School and Summer Enrichment 
Artistic performance skill-building, cultural awareness, life skills training for children and youth. Center for Creative Education 

Education First 
Homework help, tutoring, and high-yield learning activities for youth ages 8-18. Boys & Girls Club 

Family Education Program 
Specialized parent education curriculum for high-risk families. Family Services 

Life Skills for Teens 
Teen centers at both Kingston and Saugerties sites provide leadership, job training, substance abuse prevention, recreational and social activities. Boys and Girls Club 

Life Skills for Youth 
Character development, community service, drug prevention, and healthy living activities for youth 8- 12 years old. Boys and Girls Club 

Schools Out 
Daily after school care for youth in grades K-5 in Kingston, Ellenville, and New Paltz. YMCA 

Special Education Advocacy Program 
Assists families whose school-aged children have been designated in need of special education services. RCAL 

Starfish Summer Camp Program 
Special Summer camp program for elementary school children focused on increasing literacy and improving nutritional outcomes. YMCA 

Summer Day Camps 
Summer day camps located in New Paltz and Shokan for youths ages 5-14. YMCA 

Vocational Assessment, Internship, & Employment Services 
Skills training and job coaching to disabled adults in integrated competitive employment settings. Gateway Community Industries 

Community Resources & Financial Assistance 

Emergency Assistance Program 
Rental and home mortgage assistance, security deposits, and/or utility payments; and assistance in obtaining long-term housing. RUPCO_ 

Everette Hodge Center 
Community Center providing a variety of activities for Midtown residents of all ages. Family of Woodstock 

Home Based Family Support Program 
In-home social work and case management services for frail elderly and family caregivers.  Jewish Family Services 

Housing Assistance 
Provides financial assistance to low income residents to avoid homelessness.  Ulster County Community Action Committee 

Non-Residential Adolescent Services 
Case management services to youth ages 12-20 and their families. Family of Woodstock 

Mental Health 

Anger Management 
Skill building to help participants understand and cope with their feelings of anger. Mental Health Association 

Group counseling for men who have committed domestic violence. Family of Woodstock