Tri-County United Way Supported Agencies

Since 1983, the Adirondack Samaritan Counseling Center has provided children, adolescents and adults residing in Warren, Washington and Saratoga Counties with mental health services. High quality, confidential care is provided by trained professionals to facilitate emotional and spiritual health for individuals and families.

The Alliance for Positive Health improves the lives of individuals and families impacted by HIV/AIDS, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, obesity, mental illness, asthma and other chronic illnesses by providing care coordination and support to help them become more successful in their disease management.

Family Service Association of Glens Falls, Inc provides families and individuals in crisis with resources and financial assistance. Their programs range from providing emergency prescription and dental care to hosting workshops on budgeting and nutrition to providing qualifying families with gifts and foods during the holiday season.

The Glens Falls Area Youth Center is an after school drop-in center open to all kids enrolled in school between the ages 10-19. The Center serves as a place where they can enjoy the company of their peers in a safe, well-supervised environment and acts as an alternative to the dilemmas they may face every day.

Greater Adirondack Home Aides is comprised of RN supervised certified aides who administer home care for the ill, elderly, disabled and convalescent. Their services include daily in home health care as well as meal preparation, shopping and errands assistance and light housekeeping.

The Greater Glens Falls Senior Citizens Center, Inc. improves the quality of life for those 5 and older by offering a wide range of educational, health and recreational activities in the community. The center offers transportation for seniors, free tax assistance, driving instruction, health and strength training programs as well as many special events throughout the year.

Literacy New York is a volunteer network that seeks to strengthen literate communities in New York State by providing high quality, one- to- one and small group tutoring to more than 6,200 learners each year. Their services help adults to complete high school and GED diplomas, obtain employment, reduce dependence on public assistance, help their children succeed in school and more.

The Moreau Community Center is as a hub for youth, seniors and community activities for residents of Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties. The center offers a broad range of services and activities such as hosting adult Bingo nights and community dinners to stocking an emergency food pantry available for use by low income families.

The Senior Center of Kingsbury & Fort Edward serves as a vital resource for adults 50 and over by offering to them a variety of programs and classes, services, trips and special events. It gives seniors the opportunities they need to live the best lives possible by providing transportation, meals, community interaction, education and cultural enrichment experiences.

The Twin Rivers Council of the Boy Scouts of America prepares young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law.  It aims to build character, to train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship and to develop personal fitness.