The Conkling Center, Inc. is dedicated to helping senior citizens and their families find information and resources in the local community, State and National levels. The Conkling Center is a collaborator with many organizations that are focused on providing senior services. This page provides names of some key organizations and resources that we have worked in partnership with. We are continually adding to this page as new resources and new partners are identified.
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RSVP invites individuals 55+ and over to use their life experiences and skills to make their communities stronger. This program is administered through the Tri-County United Way. For more information, call 518-793-3136
The Conkling Center knows the importance and need for medical transportation and annually budgets funds to assist RSVP with volunteer mileage reimbursements.
The Conkling Center budgets funds annually to assist the Crandall Library in the enhancement of their Large Print Book Collection. For more information please visit Crandall Library online or call 518-792-6508.
SUNY Adirondack has kindly offered their facilities to host activities and programs, such as the Aging Well Forums, offered by The Conkling Center. For more information, visit SUNY Adirondack online or call 518-743-2200.
The mission of the Albany Guardian Society is to engage in a broad spectrum of endeavors, including research, education, forums, publications, philanthropy, and other activities that will improve the quality of life for the elderly. Visit Albany Guardian Society online or call 518-434-2140.
Created in 1966, the Glens Falls Housing Authority provides and maintains safe, affordable housing to senior citizens, low-income families, and the disabled in the greater Glens Falls community. The Conkling Center collaborates with the GFHA to offer educational and social programs to the residents of their housing facilities. For more information, visit The Glens Falls Housing Authority online or call 518-793-2583.
Located at 380 Glen Street, The Greater Glens Falls Senior Center provides a variety of services to seniors, including advocacy, support & counseling, assistance with applications and forms, agency referrals, transportation, classes, recreation, and other activities. For more information, visit The Greater Glens Falls Senior Center online or call 518-793-2189.
The Queensbury Senior Center is a nonprofit organization created for seniors age 55 and up. They provide a wide variety of programs, events, and activities designed to enhance the lives of seniors. For more information, visit Seniors On The Go online or call 518-761-8224.
The Senior Center of the Kingsbury & Fort Edward Area, Inc. is located at 78 Oak Street in Hudson Falls, between Elm Street and Pearl Street. The Senior Center serves as a vital resource for adults 50 and over in the Kingsbury / Fort Edward community, offering several Programs, activities and classes, as well as other services, trips, and special events. For more information, visit The Senior Center of the Kingsbury & Fort Edward Area online or call 518-747-9352.
The Moreau Community Center, is a 501 (3) (c) not-for-profit organization located in South Glens Falls, New York. It has been in operation since 1977. As one of the few human service agencies in northern Saratoga County, the Center is a hub for youth, seniors and general community activities and services for residents from Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties. For more information, visit Moreau Community Center online or call 518-792-6007.
Hudson Headwaters is a not-for-profit system of community health centers providing primary and specialty care to residents and visitors of the Adirondack/Lake George/Glens Falls region in upstate New York. For more information, visit Hudson Headwaters Health Network online or call 518-761-0300.
The National Church Residences ministry benefits thousands with affordable housing, health care, assisted living, and supportive services to modest-income seniors and families throughout the U.S. In the Glens Falls area, NCR operates the Solomon Heights retirement community. For more information, visit The National Church Residents or call 518-743-1300.
Founded in 1923, the Tri-County United Way is part of a worldwide effort to ensure the financial viability and stability of much-needed local organizations. Through their staff, Board of Directors, and the many volunteers who serve on their committees, the provide a voice and a face to those in need in our area. For more information or to volunteer, visit Tri-County United Way of New York or call 518-793-3136.
HealthyADK is a regional population health and socio-economic indicators resource portal maintained by AHI in collaboration with community organizations and agencies. This site provides easy access to up-to-date community health data for numerous sectors including community members, business, community development, government, educators, community-based organizations, and health care professionals.
Choice Connections New York is a FREE senior housing advisory and placement service serving the Greater Capital Region, North Country and the Berkshires. A compassionate professional will work with you and your family members to identify lifestyle preferences, health care needs, location and financial considerations. Our team of experts will help coordinate tours, attend to the details and assist throughout the transition process. Changing homes is difficult to do at any stage in life. Let Choice Connections NY do the work for you. Call us at 518-894-2443 for additional information.
The Washington County Office for Aging and Disability Resource Center is committed to Service, Education and Advocacy to meet the needs of Washington County’s older adults and for individuals with physical and mental disabling conditions. It is the entry point for information and assistance on accessing a comprehensive system of consumer based services for individuals and their families. It is our mission to help to maintain dignity for individuals by providing services, such that they can remain successfully independent in their homes and in their communities. Contact us at 518-746-2420 for additional information.
Drugwatch is an awareness group that educates seniors on healthy aging, alzheimer's, medication and device complications, nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Call us at 1-888-645-1617 for additional information.