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Residences/Supportive Housing for People with Psychiatric Disabilities

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

Several residences for adults with mental health disabilities, including a single room occupancy program and a group home for individuals who are dually diagnosed, mentally ill, chemically abusing (MICA).

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Fulton County YMCA
19 East Fulton Street, Gloversville

Apartment style living. Can accommodate both men and women.

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Fulton Friendship House
462 North Perry Street, Johnstown, 518-762-2294
18-20 Cayadutta Street, Johnstown (Administrative Office), 518-725-1512

Provides a full range of residential services including group homes and supportive apartments to individuals living with mental illness or who are dually diagnosed with substance abuse. .

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Liberty Enterprises
43 Liberty Drive, Amsterdam
Phone: 518-842-5080

Not-for-profit organization offering support and services to adults and children with disabilities and others with special needs. Services include residences (several options), vocational programs, day supports, family support services, health related services and transportation.

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Lexington Residential Services
151 Townsend Avenue, Johnstown
Phone: 518-736-4105 Fax: 518-736-4101

Kim Schultz, Single Point of Entry
Fulton County Chapter of NYSARC, Inc. provides a variety of residential options to individuals with developmental disabilities. It also provides apartment programs for individuals with mental health disorders and in-home supports for individuals with traumatic brain injury.

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Mental Health Association in Fulton & Montgomery Counties
307-309 Meadow Street, Johnstown 518-762-5332
11 Mohawk Place, Amsterdam 518-842-3717

Residential services include 24-hour Supervised Community Residences providing case management, training and support to assist with daily living, symptom management, assertiveness training, medication management, community integration, and socialization. The Apartment Program evolves between Community Residence and Supported Housing. Supported Housing is for MHA residents with the highest level of independent living.

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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

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