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Join us! Golf fore Unity House: June 10, 2019

Play on a Premium Course While Doing Good! Schuyler Meadows: a premier course. Drop off your clubs, enjoy a meal on the terrace and then start golfing. A round of golf on this fabulous course is followed by a meal at the Clubhouse where tournament winners will be announced. Tournament Prices as follows: Golfer:  $195 Foursome: $750 Not… more

Unity House Staff at AIDS Walk & Wellness Festival

Community event to increase awareness about HIV/AIDS and support for people living with and affected by the disease. Look for the Unity House staff’s smiling faces at the AIDS Walk & Wellness Festival on Saturday, April 13th in downtown Albany’s historic Washington Park. Hosted by the Damien Center in Albany, the walk serves to raise… more

Stand Against Racism

Unity House Pledges to Stand Against Racism April 25th marks Stand Against Racism. Unity House will join other organizations to take the Stand Against Racism Pledge and work together to address hate, fear, and prejudice. Staff throughout Unity House will be invited to take the pledge to Stand Against Racism while also participating in an… more

Health Home Care Coordinator Featured

St. Peter’s Health Partners Care Connections Newsletter Touts Community Connections Unity House staffer Jazmin Melendez was recently featured in SPHP’s Care Connections Newsletter. Their Spotlight section profiled Jazmin who works as a Care Coordinator in Health Homes at Unity House. What’s a Health Home? First, it’s not a home. But it is home-focused. Health Home… more

Buy a Reusable Shopping Bag, Help Unity House!

Through the month of APRIL, Unity House benefits for each bag purchased Hannaford in Troy is helping to combat food insecurity in our community. For each Fight Hunger bag purchased, Unity House will receive a donation from Hannaford. Proceeds from the Bags for a Cause campaign will go to Unity House programs that address food… more

Reflections book to help ReStyle

Unity House Thrift Store benefits form sales and awareness Linda Styles Berkery’s book Reflections, a Wardrobe of Life Lessons, is not about clothes. The short book is a collection of 14 essays reflecting on personal experiences. The stories are told through the lens of particular pieces of clothing, weaving together memories and meaning into a… more

CAP COM Delivers

Addressing Food Insecurity Pantry by Pantry CAP COM and their members made a commitment to make food insecurity a priority. They kicked off a widespread initiative to collect needed items for pantries across the Capital District. This was not a “one-and-done” donation. Over weeks, CAP COM coordinated the distribution of non-perishable goods collected at branches… more

A Child’s Place at Unity House Adopts Pyramid Model

Creating  a safe and caring classroom and school children and families. With the belief that parents are a child’s first teacher with school as a supportive partner, staff at A Child’s Place can better help children learn and grow. The Pyramid Model focuses on valuing children and parents as partners. Teachers want children to learn… more

Nighthawks Unity Brunch a Success!

Brunch lauding Women of Troy a great time Friday, March 8th marked International Women’s Day. It seemed no better day for a Women of Troy Brunch at downtown eatery, Nighthawks. The restaurant, which features amazing farm-to-table cuisine, hosted the brunch with Unity House’s Domestic Violence Services Program, whose walk-in offices are right across the street… more

Troy Dance Factory to host Choreo Ball

Choreographing goodness is one way to look at what Nadine Medina of the Troy Dance Factory is doing. Nadine, owner of the fabulous dance and exercise studio located on River Street in downtown Troy, is hosting TDF’s annual Choreo Ball. Troy Dance Factory is an amazing place. They offer classes in all sorts of genres of dance in addition to the occasional… more

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