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    Single women who have no fixed, regular and adequate residence, who are residing temporarily with relatives or friends or who live on the street, in emergency or transitional shelters, in a hotel or motel paid for with a shelter voucher, in seriously substandard housing or in an abandoned building, place of business, car or other vehicle, or other public or private place that is not ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for people.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Case/Care Management ServicesShelters of Saratoga provides case management services to homeless men and women.SaratogaCASE MANAGEMENTSHELTERS OF SARATOGA
    Case/Care Management ServicesThe Joyce Center Transitional Living Program provides comprehensive services and housing for homeless pregnant and parenting youth (16 to 22). Services are geared towards assisting youth in self-sufficiency and consists of the following: supervision, referral, case management, parenting and independent living skill building, advocacy within medical and mental health systems.AlbanyTRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM (TLP)COMMUNITY MATERNITY SERVICES
    Homeless ServicesInterfaith Partnership for the Homeless provides emergency shelter for 30 homeless single men and women over the age of 18 with shelter, case management, and the opportunity to become self sufficient.AlbanyALBANY EMERGENCY SHELTERINTERFAITH PARTNERSHIP FOR THE HOMELESS
    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 ServicesJoseph's House provides emergency shelter for homeless men, women, youth (16+) and families with children. Guests receive personal care items, three meals a day, the use of a laundry area, and case management assistance with goal setting, identifying and accessing appropriate housing and other special needs.RensselaerEMERGENCY SHELTERSJOSEPH'S HOUSE AND SHELTER
    Homeless ServicesThis program can provide appropriate housing, case management, parenting skills and linkage to services for program participants for up to 12 months.WarrenWAIT HOUSE - TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAMWAIT HOUSE
    Homeless ServicesProvides residence and treatment for 21 women who can have their children with them up to the age of 8.AlbanyWOMEN AND CHILDREN'S COMMUNITY RESIDENCEHOPE HOUSE
    Homeless ShelterCatholic Charities Housing Office operates Mercy House, a 19-bed emergency housing program for women and children, and St. Charles Lwanga Center, a 19-bed emergency bed for men in Albany. Clean, safe, decent housing is offered with support services which include 3 nutritious meals daily, case management, homelessness prevention planning, and 24-hour staffing.AlbanyMERCY HOUSE/ST. CHARLES LWANGA CENTERCATHOLIC CHARITIES HOUSING OFFICE (CCHO)

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