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    Programs that provide an alternative, non-residential environment that people with any of a variety of issues can visit on an informal basis to find mutual support and access to social and recreational activities. People can drop by whenever they like without the need to make an appointment and have the option of participating in whatever activities are currently underway.

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    Homeless ServicesShelters of Saratoga provides shelter to homeless men and women for up to 60 days, as well as case management services, food, clothing, transportation assistance, and referrals. Location at 27 Woodlawn Avenue, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 provides a drop in program for the homeless Tue and Thu 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Shower, laundry and a meal is provided with this service.SaratogaEMERGENCY HOMELESS SHELTERSHELTERS OF SARATOGA
    Homeless ServicesThe Bethesda Safe Haven and Hospitality Center provides many services targeted to assist homeless and chronically homeless people of Schenectady County. Services include: a daily community meal, showers and laundry, mailboxes and storage lockers, phone/fax/copier/message center, clothing, an emergency food pantry, hygiene kits, household goods, an interfaith chaplain, information and information services, emergency/crisis assistance, housing case management, a representative payee financial management program, a women's support group, and The Lighthouse, a 10-bed permanent supportive housing program. Day Drop-In Center is available for assess to shower, communication tool (mailboxes, telephone, copier), and storage lockersSchenectadyHOMELESS DAY SHELTERBETHESDA HOUSE OF SCHENECTADY
    Support ServicesProviding a drop-in community center for people living with and directly affected by HIV/AIDS. Services include housing, nutrition education, hot meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner Mon to Friday), counseling, support groups, recreational activities, and access to medical, medications, and support services.AlbanyAIDS COMMUNITY CENTERALBANY DAMIEN CENTER
    Support ServicesThe Center for Community Collaboration is a drop-in center serving the surrounding Arbor Hill and West Hill neighborhoods. Center staff offers information, referral, advocacy and assistance accessing support services and searching for employment. Visitors are given access to technology resources (phones, faxes, copier, computers and internet service) to help facilitate communication with employers, providers and other support systems. The Center also offers these and other support services for Latino and Hispanic individuals and families. The Center additionally provides community testing, information and screening for Victims of Human Trafficking and immigration/refugee supports. Finally, the Center affords other service providers with an opportunity to use the site to do neighborhood outreach.AlbanyCENTER FOR COMMUNITY COLLABORATIONCATHOLIC CHARITIES HOUSING OFFICE (CCHO)
    Support ServicesThe Damien Center of Troy is a hospitality center for persons infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS. The center provides meals, social and recreational, opportunities, peer support, education and referral.RensselaerDAMIEN CENTER OF TROYTROY AREA UNITED MINISTRIES

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