Ulster County Healthy Families Healthy Families partners with Ulster County families from pregnancy through age five. We are a free and voluntary program, and our expert staff come to you! We meet with families to provide: · Support in creating a birth vision and preparing for labor and delivery · Breastfeeding support with Certified Lactation Counselors · Newborn and infant care support · Interactive play to encourage your child’s development · Child development screening and enrichment · Information and activities for school readiness · Support in accessing preventative healthcare · Connection to other resources · And so much more! Eligibility: Anyone pregnant or parenting a newborn (under 3 months old) and lives in Ulster County.
Lifestyle Business: Mental Health
15 Railroad Avenue Suite 401
Kingston, NY 12401
Connect with a trained counselor any time of the day or night when stress, depression or other mental health issues create a personal crisis. -Suicidal thoughts -Emotional trauma -Serious mental illness -Anxiety -Depression -Family crisis. Our team can respond to an urgent issue in community, at home or in school at no cost to you. Our service includes people who can relate through their own experiences. Together we make sure plans are carried out.
Everyday: 1 PM – 11 PM
Wellness and Recovery Resources for Ulster County, NY. The Wellness Recovery Committee provides this website as a public service for community members to review and retrieve information about recovery-oriented programs and services in Ulster County, NY. Resources for mental health and wellness support range from formal mental health treatment to support groups and skill-building workshops.
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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service only, NY 00000
Hudson Valley Hospice has professional, knowledgeable speakers who can help educate your staff or organization’s members by providing a general overview of our services or by speaking on specific programs and services. Topics include: An Overview of Hospice - This talk will dispel the myths associated with hospice. Excellent for community organizations and clubs, and anyone with an interest in understanding the true benefits of hospice care. Advance Directives - A discussion on the need to be prepared in case you are unable to make your own medical decisions. Maintain control over your treatment and care by understanding the various forms available and how and when to use them. “Consider the Conversation” - An inspiring 60 minute documentary film on communication and preparation for end-of-life. May be combined with Hospice Overview or Advance Directives. Managing Grief Around the Holidays - A Hospice bereavement support social worker will tailor this talk to suit the audience: adult, teen, child, or facility staff. Understanding Grief - There is no one size fits all when it comes to grieving the loss of a loved one. This talk focuses on the different ways in which people cope with and heal from loss. Spirituality in Caregiving and at the End of Life - Whether you practice a formal religion or not, this talk will explore ways to find your own spiritual support and strength. Being a Healthy Caregiver - Caregiving can be emotionally and physically exhausting. This talk focuses on big and small ways caregivers can take care of themselves and find ways to cope when feeling overwhelmed. To request a speaker, please call:
Hudson Valley Hospice
400 Aaron Court
Kingston, NY 12401
(845) 485-2273 x1118
A safe place where voices can be heard and healing can begin. Organized by the Rt. 212 Coalition.
Rt. 212 Coalition
Saugerties, NY 12477
Music Socials are a great opportunity for people with middle-stage Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia and their family caregivers to get out, socialize and enjoy interactive fun with Certified Music Therapist Melinda Burgard. Program is free, but pre-registration is required. Call Care Consultant Elizabeth Johnson.
Wingate at Ulster
1 Wingate Way
Highland, NY 12528
First Thursday of every month, 2 - 3:30 pm
For friends and families who have lost loved ones to the disease of addiction. Monday evenings from 7:00pm to 8:00pm starting Monday, November 20, 2017. Family Services, 100 Aaron Court, Kingston, NY 12401. Call 458-7455 for more information, Carol Sutcliffe, Ulster County Family Advocate.
100 Aaron Ct.
Kingston, NY 12401