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  • Supporting Parents and Caregivers Series January 7, 2021 - Supporting Parents and Caregivers Series Wednesday, January 13, 2021 -4:00pm-5:00pm Greetings, This is a link to our first Zoom webinar in a series, to support Ulster County Parents and Caregivers in the time of COVID-19. This is a collaboration between Ulster County Department of Mental Health, Family of Woodstock, and Ulster BOCES. The first webinar will provide […]
  • Family Friday Food Drive January 7, 2021 - Please join Mohonk Preserve in supporting Family of New Paltz at the Family Friday Food Drive on Jan. 8, 2021, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Preserve’s Testimonial Gateway Trailhead, 35 Route 299 in New Paltz. The Preserve will provide curbside drop-off near the trailhead visitor contact station for donations of the following […]
  • CTAC Webinar: Using Racial Socialization Strategies to Help Black Youth Cope with Racialized Stressors January 7, 2021 - Register for a NEW CTAC Webinar!Using Racial Socialization Strategies to Help Black Youth Cope with Racialized StressorsThursday, January 14th, 2021 | 12-1PMPresented by:Dr. Riana Elyse Anderson1 Continuing Education Contact Hour Available for Licensed Social Workers and Licensed Mental Health Counselors** This webinar will share the core competencies of racial socialization as a communication strategy to […]
  • This Giving Tuesday please support FAMILY November 30, 2020 - DONATE  TODAY Dear Friends of Family, As we begin our next 50 years (2020 was Family’s 50th anniversary), we’re facing challenges that would have been unimaginable just twelve short months ago. In this letter, I’d like to tell you about the unique crisis we’re facing, how we’re meeting it and how you can help. I’d also […]
  • Family Domestic Violence Services & The Washbourne House Holiday Gift Drive November 12, 2020 - We are now accepting donations at the following businesses listed below! Donations of any kind are accepted, but we are encouraging gift cards as it keeps everyone safest during this time. A HUGE thank you to these businesses for being a part of this. Be on the look-out for more locations to come! Dragon360 : 8 […]
  • Family of Woodstock’s 2020 Fall Youth Anger Management class starts Nov. 18th October 21, 2020 - The Fall 2020 class will take place via Zoom on Wednesdays beginning Nov. 18th. Participants must attend all 6 sessions to receive a certificate. Make-up sessions for absences are available with advance notice.  Dates: Nov. 18th, 25th, Dec. 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rdTime: 4:00 – 5:00 PM Open to: Youth ages 13-18 Email: Jonas Bers jbers@fowinc.org with questions or to register.  Registration is […]
  • 2020 Family of New Paltz Virtual Turkey Trot October 9, 2020 - We hope you are all doing well and ready for the 2020 Family of New Paltz Turkey Trot.  As we strive for a healthier and safer community, rather than our traditional Thanksgiving Day run, we have made the difficult decision to move forward with a virtual run to be completed during the month of November instead.  Runners […]
  • An update from Jen Pineda, Program Director MidWay 1 and 2, Kingston and Ellenville July 22, 2020 - An update from Jen Pineda, Program Director MidWay 1 and 2, Kingston and Ellenville Working with young adults requires flexibility under any circumstances. “Blanket rules for programs just don’t work,” observed Jen Pineda. “COVID brought lots of uncertainty and changing needs. With understanding from our funding agencies, we created solid, core guidelines for both Ellenville […]
  • Update from Liz Bahr, Director of Family’s Darmstadt Shelter for Homeless Individuals June 23, 2020 - Liz Bahr is the Director of Family’s Darmstadt Shelter for Homeless Individuals (families who are experiencing homelessness stay at the Family Inn on the same campus in Kingston). ” So much has changed about how we are working,” observes Bahr. “We never closed.  All of our staff are working but we had to completely change […]
  • An update from Emily Trotter Bodie, Program Director for Non Resident Domestic Violence Services June 23, 2020 - “This is traumatic for everyone.” Emily’s staff, like many Family employees, are working from home, juggling work, children and the impact of COVID 19. “More than half of my staff have had a family member ill and one person was ill herself.  It has been a huge adjustment. The support from my co-Program Director, Karen […]