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    Child care centers and other similar organizations that are actively seeking individuals with the requisite skills who are willing to serve as aides to professional child care staff on a voluntary basis without remuneration. Also included are shelters and other community organizations that need volunteers to provide supervision for young children while their mothers or other caregivers are attending workshops, receiving counseling or participating in other agency programs.

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    Mental Health ServicesThe Center's mental health counseling service focuses on healing the effects of abuse and violence, but also includes counseling for family dysfunction, depression, anxiety, behavioral problems, anger and emotional issues related to ADHD and other learning challenges. The services are structured around a supportive crises intervention model and strengths-based solutionfocused therapy. Clients are seen in individual, family and group treatment. The Saratoga Center for the Family accepts volunteers to serve as group facilitators or child care volunteers.SaratogaCOUNSELING PROGRAMSARATOGA CENTER FOR THE FAMILY
    Volunteer OpportunitiesSt. Paul's Center needs volunteers who are willing to help homeless mothers and children, who can provide assistance with watching the children at the shelter for brief periods of time while mothers are working on apartment searches, or attending groups.RensselaerCHILD CARE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESST. PAUL'S CENTER

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