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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Alcohol/Drug Abuse ServicesSalvation Army of Albany administers a residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation program for men.AlbanyADULT REHABILITATION CENTER (ARC)SALVATION ARMY - ALBANY
    Health/Medical Care ServicesProvides health-related services which focus primarily on men. Services include colon, testicular and prostate cancer screenings, erectile dysfunction or other sexual performance issues, jock itch, male infertility screening and referral, and urinary tract infections.ClintonMEN'S HEALTH SERVICESPLANNED PARENTHOOD OF THE NORTH COUNTRY
    Homeless ServicesThe 67-bed dormitory provides emergency shelter, and other basic needs for homeless men.SchenectadyMEN’S PROGRAM/EMERGENCY SHELTERCITY MISSION OF SCHENECTADY
    Housing ServicesThe goal of the Single Room Occupancy residence program is to provide clean, affordable housing and encourage an atmosphere of "family." The General Residency Program is for men who reside in Schenectady County and are either employed or referred by the Schenectady County Department of Social Services. Each general resident is attached to case management to assist with any and all issues they may encounter.AlbanyGENERAL RESIDENCY PROGRAMCAPITAL DISTRICT YMCA
    Housing ServicesA program that assists men suffering from varying degrees of mental illness and substance abuse. These men are referred to the "Y" by a community service agency (SPOA, Ellis Hospital, Conifer Park, etc...) and are receiving some form of income (SSI, SSD, Veterans Benefits, Pensions.) Participants are attached to case management within the building and transportation is available to ensure appointments are kept. If an individual is in need of a representative payee, they can sign up for that at the "Y." There is a full time Payeeship Coordinator to assist residents with budgeting the money properly. The majority of the men in this program are currently on some type of medication and the "Y" manages their medication to ensure they stay med compliant. The med office is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 364 days a year. Residents are expected to come to the med office to take their daily medication. The Economic Development Program exposes all men living at the YMCA to various job opportunities in the community. This also allows men to obtain assistance in making themselves a more valuable commodity in the work force (GED, college, resume writing and interviewing skills.)AlbanySUPPORTED HOUSING PROGRAMCAPITAL DISTRICT YMCA
    Support Group ServicesProject Equality provides competent responsible intervention with men who are abusive and/or violent in intimate relationships. The instructors' training is expansive and experiential, and the agency works within a coordinated community response system. Project Equality believes that with knowledge and practice a man can decide to make different choices and stop his abusive and violent behavior. Classes meet weekly. The classes teach the most current information about domestic abuse and violence and that men can stop all forms of abuse, address male and female stereotype belief systems, have interactive learning activities, and teach anger management and skill building. Attendance and compliance are monitored.AlbanyACCOUNTABILITY CLASSPROJECT EQUALITY

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