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Catholic Charities
518-762-8313
4 Nicholas Street, Johnstown

Fuel, electric or rental emergency assistance.

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Department of Social Services – Fulton County
518-736-5615
4 Daisy Lane, P.O. Box 549, Johnstown

Public Assistance & Food Stamps 518-736-5675
Medical Assistance 518-736-5625
Central Assessment Program 518-736-5718
Home Energy Assistance Program 518-736-5600
 - Included financial assistance program for low-income residents to help pay winter heating bills.

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Department of Social Services – Montgomery County
518-853-4646
County Office Building, Fonda

Home Energy Assistance Program includes a financial assistance program for low-income residents to help pay winter heating bills.

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Fulmont Community Action Agency

Amsterdam Center, Riverfront Center 518-842-2219
Ft. Plain Center, 51 Main Street 518-993-3230
Gloversville Center, 39 Church Street 518-725-7110
Northville Center, 202 N. Third Street 518-863-2177

Assistance for low-income persons/families. Food pantries, HEAP (heat) application assistance, weatherization, free senior transportation, child care resources, Wheels to Work.

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National Grid Consumer Advocates
518-761-5952, (fax) 518-792-4278
1 Apollo Drive, Queensbury

National Grid’s Consumer Advocates are available to assist low income and special needs customers by meeting their energy needs through early intervention, crisis bill paying management, and outreach and education. National Grid Consumer Advocates work closely with other community agencies.

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Representative Payee Services
518-842-3717
(ext. 104)
The Mental Health Association in Fulton & Montgomery Counties
11 Mohawk Street, Amsterdam

A program that manages the finances of consumers of mental health services who are not able to take care of their finances (income obtained from Social Security or Supplemental Security Income). Must be a resident of Fulton, Montgomery, or Hamilton Counties.

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Social Security Administration
518-725-8665
13 North Arlington Avenue, Gloversville

Administers SSI, a needs program for the aged, blind, and disabled, as well as Social Security for workers aged 62 and older, their dependents, survivors, disabled workers, and dependents.

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Mental Health Association in Fulton & Montgomery Counties
Janine Dykeman, Executive Director
307-309 Meadow Street
Johnstown, NY 12095
Phone: (518) 762-5332
Fax: (518) 762-6823
E-Mail: info@mhafm.org

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