Lifestyle Business: Community Health Resources

Exercises to train the breath, body and mind— holistic training for self-reliance, self-adjustment, and strengthening the constitution. Qigong exercises consist of gentle movements that are suitable for people of all ages! $8 suggested donation. For more information, call:
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Reuner Cancer Support House
80 Mary’s Avenue
Kingston, NY 12401
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(845) 339-2071 x100
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Every Tuesday, 7-8 pm
Family of Woodstock’s textmeback.org textline is a dynamic new textline service for youth and adults to access help via text messaging on mobile devices or chat via web browser on any platform. Contact textmeback.org for issues involving drug abuse, domestic violence, bullying and other issues involving personal safety, mental health services, housing (or shelter), concerns about the well-being of loved ones, crisis situations, education, and questions about resources in the Ulster County community.
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Text or call
service only, NY 00000
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(845) 679-2485
Hudson Valley Hospice is starting an End-of-Life Doula Program. Just as a birth doula may bring greater comfort and deeper meaning to the process of labor and delivery, our end-of-life doulas offer the same for the process of dying. End-of-Life Doulas help a dying person and their loved ones plan for what they envision as a “good death”. They offer compassionate presence, knowing support, caring touch, and respite for caregiver in the final days. The End-of-Life Doula program at Hudson Valley Hospice will be an enhancement to the care and support that is provided to patients and their loved ones. “No one should die alone or in pain” said Michael Kaminski, President and CEO of Hudson Valley Hospice. “At Hudson Valley Hospice, we want to go above and beyond the typical hospice services to provide our patients with the best quality of living until the end of life.” End-of-Life (EOL) Doula volunteers will receive thorough training in understanding the dying process and in the skills that help bring peace and comfort to all involved. The agency is currently recruiting volunteers who are interested in becoming End-of-Life Doulas. Informational sessions are being offered in November in both Poughkeepsie and Kingston. The 20 hour Doula training will be scheduled for early next year. Hudson Valley Hospice is a non-profit agency which provides compassionate care and support services to individuals and their loved ones who are faced with a life-limiting illness. For more information about the Doula program, please call 845-485-2273, ext. 1124.
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Hudson Valley Hospice
400 Aaron Ct
Kingston, NY 12401
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(845) 485-2273 x1124
Healthcare is a Human Right is an organization committed to making holistic wellness education and care available to all, regardless of socio-economic status. We work with dedicated professionals who volunteer their services and expertise in a range of holistic wellness modalities.
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The Lace Mill
165 Cornell Street
Kingston, NY 12401
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(845) 481-3186
The New York State Commission for the Blind (NYSCB) assists state residents of all ages who are legally blind to lead productive lives by providing vocational counseling, rehabilitation and employment training services. Transition services may include: Vocation counseling, Advocacy, Travel training, Daily living skills training, Pre-vocational and soft skills training, Technology training, Pre-college experiences, Summer and year-round work experience, Post-secondary guidance and support, Low vision services and aids, Job placement services, Benefits advice. For more information, please call toll free:
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NYSCB
40N. Pearl Street, 10th Floor, Suite D
Albany, NY 12243
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(866) 871-3000
Fresh, locally-grown fruits & vegetables. Crafts people from the Hudson Valley. Family entertainment & events.
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Market Street
Ellenville, NY 12428
RUPCO, affordable housing advocate and innovative community developer in the Hudson Valley, is opening its Housing Choice Voucher Program Wait List on Monday, October 31. Applications will be available in English and Spanish through December 14. People interested in applying can download an application at www.rupco.org/hcv-ulster-county-wait-list-2016 as of Monday, October 31 or obtain a hard copy at RUPCO's Ulster County office, 289 Fair Street, Kingston. Applications can be mailed or dropped off, however no faxed or emailed applications will be accepted. The deadline for submission is December 14 at 4 p.m. The HCV Program provides rental assistance for very low-income families. Funding enables people with limited income to choose and lease safe, affordable, privately owned, rental housing. Ulster County individuals and families earning 50% or less of the area median income are eligible to apply. For a family of four to be eligible, they must have a household income of $37,950 (or less). For single people, the income threshold is $26,600. Applicants needing help completing the paperwork can attend a free Application Support Day at The Kirkland, 2 Main Street, Kingston on - Monday, October 31 from 9:30 a .m. to 3 p.m. - Monday, November 14 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. - Tuesday, December 13 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. (RUPCO and FidelisCare are giving away free winter gear during the annual Winter Coat Drive held this day.) Bring proof of residency (driver's license or utility bill with the same address as the application). "Being placed on the Wait List doesn't guarantee receiving a Housing Choice Voucher right away," notes Vanessa Secore, Director of Rental Assistance. "Many applicants wait up to a year to receive rental assistance. Applications will be entered into a random lottery drawing to be conducted after December 14. The first 1000 applications selected from the lottery will be added to the Wait List." All applicants will be notified by mail either way whether they were selected for the Wait List or not. Letters will go out by January 31, 2017. The HCV Program, commonly referred to as Section 8, is underwritten by the Federal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Department, and delivered through the New York State Homes and Community Development (NYS HCR). RUPCO oversees the voucher program in Ulster and Greene Counties; however, this application round is for lottery access to Ulster County vouchers only. The last time the Housing Choice Voucher Wait List was open in Ulster County was November 2014. RUPCO administers 262 Housing Choice Vouchers in Greene County, and 1697 in Ulster County. These households represent the most vulnerable populations in our communities: the elderly, seniors, the disabled, and working families.
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RUPCO
289 Fair Street
Kingston, NY 12401
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(845) 331-2140 x276
The Go Red for Women Campaign is the American Heart Association's national movement to end heart disease and stroke in women. Heart disease and stroke kill 1 in 3 women - more than all cancers combined. For more than a decade Go Red For Women has fought for equal health opportunities for women - in research, treatment and diagnosis. The fight continues and expands to mobilize women's social norms to make it easier for women and their families to live healthier lives. Ulster-Dutchess Go Red For Women Luncheon – October 28, 2016 – The Grandview, Poughkeepsie
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301 Manchester Rd
Suite 105
Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
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(845) 867-5377
We are deeply committed to creating a sense of community and well being with our clients and our neighbors, by providing a healthy, relaxing and beneficial service to all those who enter our doors. Zephyr Float exists to provide a scientifically proven method to reduce the power of stress over the human body, alleviate chronic pain and better oneself through introspective learning in an accessible manner to all those who seek it. Our day to day lives are filled with information overload. Our brains are constantly busy processing new information, which is exhausting. Floating provides an environment where your brain is free from external stimuli and your body is free from the effects of gravity. This delivers immense benefits from temporary chronic pain relief, shortened muscle recovery time to even longer lasting anxiety relief.
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111 Greenkill Avenue
Kingston, NY 12401
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(845) 853-2400
The Worker Justice Center has recently welcomed a new staff member, Martiza Ovsak, who is our very first Domestic & Sexual Violence Victim Advocate for the Hudson Valley region. WJCNY’s Domestic and Sexual Violence Program offers specialized, culturally appropriate case management and legal services to victims of domestic violence who are employed in agricultural work or have previously been employed in agricultural work, regardless of immigration status. Martiza is bilingual (Spanish/English) and will work with victims to identify and address the specific needs of each survivor. Our program's in-house legal services include U-Visa applications and VAWA self-petitions, while WJCNY works with local partners to provide referrals for family legal services. In the Hudson Valley, the program is funded to serve women in the following counties: Dutchess, Columbia, Greene, Ulster, Orange, and Sullivan. I encourage you all to reach out directly to Maritza with questions or referrals at movsak@wjcny.org or (845) 331-6615 ext. 1007. Additional questions about the program may also be directed to WJCNY's Program Director, Andrea Callan acallan@wjcny.org
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9 Main Street
Kingston, NY 12401
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(845) 331-6615 x1007

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