Transforming the lives of our neighbors facing homelessness with supportive services, safe shelter, and a path to independence.
Shelters of Saratoga has been transforming lives for over 30 years.
1991 – Emergency winter shelter for men opened
1997 – 19 bed year-round shelter opened on Walworth Street
2000 – Four supportive apartment units acquired
2004 – Three supportive apartment units acquired
2009 – Two unit transitional housing program opened at 20 Walworth Street
2010 – Street outreach program began
2012 – 13 bed shelter opened at 20 Walworth Street
2013 – Emergency Code Blue shelter opened
2015 – Drop-In Center now Navigation Center opened
2019 – Awarded HHAP funding to rehabilitate shelters and expand the supportive housing program
2023 – Code Blue emergency shelter moves to former Grand Union Motel
2024 – Anticipated opening of expanded and renovated Walworth Street shelters, completion of Shelter Accessibility project (new driveway between House 14 & 20, new accessible ramps and entrances.)
Anticipated opening of 9 new units of Supportive Housing on Ballston Ave, at the former Spa Motel.
How We Help
We are a Saratoga County-based human service agency that provides food, shelter, and housing services to people facing homelessness.