The outreach program serves the needs of 200 people on average each year. The program provides people who are unsheltered or temporarily lodged with food, essential supplies, and case management. Individualized, client-centered care prioritizes access to clinical health services, assistance accessing benefits, and housing navigation.
- Food and personal care items
- Assistance with accessing benefits
- Social support
- Independent daily living skills
- Referrals to supportive services (substance recovery, mental health care and clinical care).
- Housing navigation
- Rental assistance
- After care
The program is funded in part by Alfred Z. Solomon Charitable Trust, and the Emergency Solutions Grant in partnership with CAPTAIN Community Human Services and Saratoga County Department of Social Services.
The outreach program is funded almost entirely by private contributions.
The Navigation Center offers a safe daytime space where guests engage with staff and service providers. This model of care increases engagement in services and focuses on reduced substance use, long-term care, and service accessibility.
The center is temporarily operating at 4 Adelphi St., Saratoga Springs during the Code Blue season (November-April). We are seeking a permanent location to operate the center.
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
10 am-2 pm