The Saratoga Springs Community is Filled with Great Neighborhood Groups & Non-Profits
Find the Saratoga Springs community group that fits you best. Saratoga is filled with great school groups, non-profit organizations, religious groups and more. Look through the list below and discover the one (or more) community group that you'll enjoy most.
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Facilities and programs to meet the needs of the aging and chronically ill. Superior long-term care, assistive living and independent senior housing, innovative services such as adult day services and outpatient rehabilitative services
SaratogaArtsFest, a four-day annual celebration of the arts scheduled in early June, delivers the brilliance and energy of art in its many forms—music, dance, visual art, film, theatre, and literary art.
Saratoga Bridges is committed to advocacy for individuals with disabilities by providing resources that enable them to live enriching lives in communities where they are valued for their abilities and contributions.
VetHELP serves the needs of homeless military veterans by empowering them to embrace and maintain independent living and self-sufficiency. Programs include employment training, housing assistance, access to health care, and other life skills.
Community Development programs are administered by Michelle DeGarmo through Marvin & Company. Marvin & Co. specializes in the design and implementation of housing & community development grant programs for municipalities and non-profit organizations.
Opera Saratoga has delighted audiences for 50+ years, having begun its legacy in 1962 as the Lake George Opera Festival. Now performing at the Spa Little Theater in Saratoga, the lights are low, the stage is set & the performers are waiting for you!
Experience historic Schuylerville - home to the Battle of Saratoga! Today's Schuylerville is a busy center offering recreation on the beautiful upper Hudson River, as well as restaurants, artist galleries, and more!
The Saratoga Springs Public Library is located on almost 2 acres in downtown Saratoga Springs, just east of Broadway, between Henry and Putnam Streets. The library plays a vital role in the community and offers multiple services and programs.
The Y is a cause-driven organization that is for youth development, for healthy living and for social responsibility. That's because a strong community can only be achieved when we invest in our kids, our health and our neighbors.
Hudson Crossing Park is a recreational and educational destination just east of Saratoga. Its mission is to link environmental responsibility with economic revitalization and engage people about making informed choices for a sustainable future.
This award winning museum presents changing exhibitions, public programs, and serve hundreds of researchers annually on three floors of a historic 1870s gambling casino, designated a National Historic Landmark.
Franklin Community Center is a private, not-for-profit human services agency dedicated to serving those in need in Saratoga County and beyond. Our goal is to send people out our doors with whatever it was they came in looking for.
Assistance With Total Care: Bathing, feeding, dressing, ambulation, exercises Short-Term Care Assistance with daily activities following an illness or hospitalization Meal Preparation, Shopping, cooking, special diets. Shopping & Errands
Glens Falls Hospital is the largest hospital between Albany, NY, and Montreal, Canada, and the comprehensive health care system for New York's Warren, Washington, northern Saratoga, Essex, Hamilton and northern Rensselaer counties.
Community Care Physicians, PC is a multi-specialty group pratice with 35 captial region locations across the capital region, after hours Urgent Care Service, and more than 150 physicians & medical providers.
Cornell University is one of the world's premier research institutions and the Land Grant institute for the State of New York. As part of the Land Grant mission, Cornell researchers have traditionally turned their attention to pressing contemporary issues faced by society