News and Events


June 20, 2015, Kingston

This is truly a special community event and is only made possible thanks to people like you who contribute their time and energy to making sure we have a successful event. Please consider helping with the event planning this year- we need you!

The planning committee meets approximately once per month until late May, when our meetings are more frequent leading up to the event. I know that you are all very busy people, so meetings will not last longer than 1.5 hours and much of the planning is done via emails and phone calls. If you can't make it to the meetings, there are many other ways you can help out! Interested in helping with MADD?
Call Megan @ 845-331-1110

Family of Woodstock Volunteer Orientation
Monday, February 16th, 2015 10am-11am
Family of Woodstock, 39 John Street, Kingston, NY

Learn about the many ways you can be a part of Family. Whether helping out at one of our walk-in centers in Ellenville, New Paltz or Woodstock, answering the Hotline, working with our Events Team or helping to landscape or paint one of the shelters, volunteers show that people care. Family can always use help at our fundraising events. Have fun and help out at the same time! That simple human connection is a powerful healer. FAMILY welcomes volunteers all year round. You may know someone who volunteers with FAMILY already. Many of your neighbors staff our 24-hour Hotlines at FAMILY’S three Walk In Centers. Others garden, run food drives and provide professional services. They offer cooking and art classes and mentor our clients in their job searches. Volunteers give our services a very special quality. Volunteering at Family has tremendous benefits: It’s a great way to get to know people in your community. It’s a chance to learn new skills while making a difference. It’s a way to contribute where you live. Ready to get started? Join us on Monday, February 16th at our administrative office at 39 John Street in Kingston from 10-11am and become a part of Family. Contact Kelly or Beth at 331-7080 or to register.

Washbourne House Holiday Gift Drive
The holidays are a time of joy and celebration. However for a family that has recently experienced domestic violence and is just starting over it can be difficult. We appreciate your support in assisting these families with gifts and necessary items so their holidays can be a true celebration of peace and joy.
We ask that all gifts be new and unwrapped.
Our program will need to pick up the gifts by the week of December 15th - please call us when you have the presents ready.
Here is a general list of items needed:
• Gift Cards - Target, Toy R Us, Game Stop, Barnes And Noble
( This way the clients we serve can shop for their own family )
• Twin size flannel Sheets
• Twin size comforters
• Electric throws
• Track Phones with minutes
• Pots and Pans sets
• Lego sets
• Action figures
• Baby dolls
• American girl dolls
• Barbie dolls & clothes
Thank you for your generosity and happy holidays!
Kathleen Welby- Moretti, Director of The Washbourne House
845 331-7080 ext.327

Family of New Paltz Turkey Trot
Brought to you by New Paltz Health & Nutrition Center and Kniffen Homes
Annually Thanksgiving morning @ 9:00 am
For more information and to register:

New Paltz Turkey Trot

Family Ties Newsletter Winter 2014

Ulster County SPEAK

 Suicide Awareness & Prevention 

WELV Interview with Jess Robie on YouTube:
Overview and The Youth Employment Program

Parent Advocacy & Involvement
How To Be Heard Where it Matters
Recorded Webinar

Videos and other media

Find us of FACEBOOK
Agency News
Child Care Council
Family Inn
Family House
Family of Ellenville
Family of New Paltz
Kingston Cares
Midway Transitional Living Program
The Washbourne House
Woodstock Hotline

Youth Employment Program