Ulster County Nonprofit Directory
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Voluntary health agency dedicated to eliminating Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research, to providing and enhancing care and support for all affected, and to reducing the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
Suicide prevention. Dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide.
A humanitarian organization providing relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.
Boys & Girls Clubs provide a safe haven for youth, giving them an opportunity to discover their great futures.
Provides comprehensive Social Services to individuals and families. Services include emergency assistance with food, rent, and other basic needs.
Provides end of life care to the dying and their families by providing a home and a circle of support. Oversees the establishment and maintenance of a home-like residence with an emphasis on comfort and quality of life for the terminally ill.
The Foundation works to strengthen our community by helping individuals, businesses, and organizations establish and administer funds that support local causes and charities. The Foundation also provides technical assistance to help nonprofits operate more effectively.
Offers classes in mindfulness and meditation practice, yoga and nutrition, and teachings and retreats for Buddhist practitioners.
Advances the mission of Ellenville Regional Hospital to provide exceptional healthcare for our community and surrounding area.
Provide a safe and supportive environment for the Kingston community through educational, environmental, youth and community programs and health and human services. The Hodge Center is owned by the City of Kingston and operated through a cooperative arrangement with the City of Kingston Parks and Recreation Department and Family of Woodstock’s Kingston Cares initiative.
Provides support to disabled children and their families. Helps families in their effort to function successfully in school, at home, and in their communities. Also advocates and represents senior citizens. Programs include consumer rights, credit collections, and foreclosure.
Ulster County’s premiere social services agency. Provides emergency shelter and food, domestic violence services, court advocates, counseling and social service case management services, hotlines, walk-in centers, childcare support, and more.
Emergency shelter for up to 21 homeless men and women. Housing and services for men and women participating in daily substance abuse and/or mental health programming who need a clean and sober living environment. The program also provides Intensive homeless supervision, including supervision and support to individuals at risk of requiring a higher level of care or supervision, and those involved in the criminal justice system.
Provides emergency shelter for up to 14 runaway and homeless youth, ages 12 – 17, for an initial stay of up to 30 days, and an additional 30 days approved by the Ulster County Runaway Coordinator.
Emergency shelter for families (up to 90 days), and occasionally, a single female resident with special needs.
A supervised transitional living programs based in Kingston and Ellenville for up to 18 months for adolescents 16-21 who are homeless and not yet prepared to function independently, and, as necessary, their infants. Youth who enter the program at age 16 can stay up to 24 months in order to complete their high school education.
Brings people together to find the support they need to their lives and communities, and building a stronger, safer Hudson Valley. Our program areas include Behavioral Health, Victim Services, Family Programs, Youth Services, Community Safety, and Prevention.
The Food Bank of the Hudson Valley alleviates hunger and prevent food waste. They work to t unsure that all products available for donation reach the Food Bank and are distributed judiciously to member agencies.
Offers job opportunities, rehabilitation and residential services for individuals with differing abilities. Business services include packing and assembly, office products, cleaning, floor care, and food service management.
The ReStore is a discount furniture and home improvement center that sells donated materials at reduced prices to the general public. 90% of the profits support Ulster County Habitat for Humanity.
Dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes. Advocates for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions.
Offers free clinics in the Mid-Hudson Valley of New York. We work with dedicated professionals who volunteer their services and expertise in a range of holistic wellness modalities. Coordinates free holistic wellness clinics quarterly in Woodstock and Phoenicia and monthly in Kingston.
Dedicated to serving the needs of the autism community in and around the Hudson Valley Region of New York. Promote lifelong access and opportunities for people on the autism spectrum and their families, so they can be fully participating, included members of their communities. We do this through advocacy, public awareness, education, and compassionate support.
Veteran Reintegration through purpose, dignity and respect. The Center provides Alternative programs and training that assist veterans struggling with the transition from military service to civilian life.
Promote prevention and wellness for all people, to encourage life-affirming decisions maximizing their quality of life, and to coordinate care for those living with complex health conditions.
Dedicated to helping, develop, maintain and expand prevention and early intervention programs for youth in the region. Services include parenting, family support, alcohol and substance abuse, health issues, sexuality, mental and emotional health, quality education, childcare, and domestic violence.
Serve Dutchess and Ulster Counties by enhancing the quality of living for those at the end of life. Also cares for the family by providing physical, spiritual and emotional support.
Provides services, professional resources, and programs that unite the LGBTQ community and promotes positive social change through advocacy, community education, cultural awareness, and wellness programs.
Provides low income individuals and families with free civil (non-criminal) legal counsel to protect their basic necessities of life, including shelter, freedom from physical abuse, medical care and access to legal protections and supports that are guaranteed by law, but not always provided. Learn more about services and programs.
Grants the wishes of more than 2,900 children in the Hudson Valley region with critical illnesses.
Provides medical, housing, and legal aid to financially distressed individuals in the creative arts.
Provides funding to non-profit organizations for support services and outreach to people affected by breast cancer in the Hudson Valley.
Perinatal Network that works to improve birth outcomes and reduce ethnic and racial disparities leading to infant mortality, maternal mortality, preterm birth and low birth weight babies.
Enhances the quality of life in the New Paltz area for current and future generations by administering and managing tax-exempt donations from people who wish to contribute to a wide variety of initiatives. NPCF also contributes directly to worthwhile endeavors in the community.
Provides people living with mental health or addiction issues with the highest quality, effective peer services and behavioral health care. Partners with government and social service agencies in New York State, nationally, and internationally.
Feeds, cloths and responds to the essential needs of the people in Ulster County with kindness, compassion and the preservation of human dignity.
A working farm with a mission to promote local sustainable agriculture, to provide CSA shareholders with abundant organically grown vegetables and herbs, to share part of the harvest with people in need, and to educate people of all ages about the sources of healthy food and the study of nature.
Planned Parenthood Mid-Hudson Valley empowers individuals to make independent, informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive lives by providing access to high quality, evidence-based and medically-sound health care and educational services, and by promoting and advocating for public policies to make those services available to all. Provides services that allow individuals to manage their fertility regardless of income, marital status, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender expression, national origin or residence. Assists clients to have the self-confidence to make voluntary sexual and reproductive health decisions while preserving the individual's right to privacy.
Assists people with disabilities to live as independently as they desire by providing support services such as advocacy, care management, benefits advisement, and medical equipment loan closet.
A model shelter that believes in “Dogs and People Working Together.” Thy take dogs in and adopt them out, but also go beyond that to give as many dogs as possible roles that benefit the dogs, their owners,, and the community. Special programs for children with special needs, prison trainers, veterans assistance, and community therapy work dogs, and more.
Focuses their work in four core areas: Farm to School, Farmer to Farmer, Farm to Food Pantry and Farm to Community. Also, RVGA serves as a collective voice of farmers, residents and businesses working together to save local farming.
A community church in mid-town Kingston, offering worship, fellowship, character development programs, social services, emergency food, furniture and clothing.
Offers mindfulness-based recovery to individuals with addiction disorders. Provides mindfulness based training, meditation, art therapy, trauma informed yoga, individual and group talk sessions, dance and movement classes, holistic based treatments, certified peer recovery coach training and more.
Soldier On is committed to ending veteran homelessness. Since 1994, the organization has been providing homeless veterans with transitional housing and supportive services. A refurbished Ulster County historical site, known as the Patriot’s Project, is the new location for Soldier On’s first emergency housing facility. The 8-room facility was completely renovated by the county and then leased to Soldier On. Under the emergency housing program, the VA allows veterans to stay 60-90 days, during which they are supported in their search for housing and employment by both VA and Soldier On staff.
Ulster Corps is a countywide resource dedicated to fostering a culture of volunteerism, collaborative work and community service. Their mission is to educate about volunteerism and best practices, facilitate successful and effective volunteer placements, and build collaborations among nonprofit organizations, local government agencies, and businesses engaged in community involvement throughout Ulster County.
An anti-poverty agency serving Ulster and Sullivan Counties which provides a comprehensive approach to the needs of economically disadvantaged individuals and families through a wide variety of services. Outreach services are provided through a network of outreach centers located in Kingston, Highland, Ellenville and Monticello. Programs include: Head Start/Early Head Start, Weatherization/EmPower, emergency food assistance, and more.
Animal welfare organization in the business of helping, healing, and adopting abused, neglected and homeless animals. Simply put, we save lives. No-kill facility and the only humane law enforcement organization in the county.
Dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes. They advocate for fair and just housing policies and provide training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions.
Provides a network of safety and support for our immigrant friends and neighbors, regardless of status. Helps with household needs including food, clothing, furniture, school supplies, and emergency financial aid; referrals for support and social services; safe space sanctuary; and rapid response to ICE actions. Also provides transportation and/or accompaniment for health care and school-related appointments, court appearances, ICE check-ins, and other official meetings.
Builds community by raising resources, developing partnerships, and distributing funds to make a measurable difference in people's lives. Spearheads the Ulster County Project Resilience project which offers grocery boxes and prepared meals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rescues animals that other animal shelters overlook because they are not "highly adoptable" and seeks to rehabilitate behaviorally and medically challenged animals to either adopt out or provide a permanent home at the ranch.
rescue farmed animals and give them care and sanctuary, connect animals with people to advance veganism, and advocate for animal rights in alliance with other social justice movements.
Provides social, health, physical education and recreation services to the residents of Ulster County. Programs include school-age childcare, health enhancement and fitness classes, youth basketball, summer camps, swim lessons for all ages, special scholarship programs for low-income youth and families, physical rehabilitation programs and youth employment programs.