June Newsletter 2023

Jul 2, 2023 | Network News

June Newsletter: Updates and News


Unite Us Chat is a secure, real-time communication tool that you can use to:

  • Centralize your communication about cases and referrals with other providers. No more sorting through emails, text messages, and notes on the client’s face sheet.
  • Improve referral responsiveness and accountability while coordinating care for clients.

You can chat with another user at your organization or at a partner organization regarding a case or referral, further clarifying information needed about the client’s eligibility, timelines, resource availability, etc. The client’s name and chat topic appear in the message header.
Please remember to only include the minimum amount of information necessary to serve your client.



Salvation Army Glens Falls Meals on Wheels: provides nutritionally balanced ready-to-eat home delivered meals to seniors and disabled adults who are homebound and lack proper and regular assistance to shop for and prepare their meals. We serve the City of Glens Falls, Queensbury, and Lake George. We have various funding sources including government-funded assistance for frail seniors age 60 and older, Manage Medicaid, PACE, and a Private Pay for meals. Food stamps accepted. We provide meals weekdays, a two-choice menu per day and meet common restricted dietary needs. Volunteers deliver meals each day and provide daily social contact and a safety check for meal recipients. Additionally, case managers and a registered dietitian make home visits to assess need and assist with in-home resource and nutrition assistance for government funded seniors receiving meals. 

Families First in Essex County Aid to Localities: If you have insurance other than Medicaid, Families First offers support for families whose children may be experiencing emotional, social, or behavioral difficulties. Some ways we offer support include: 

  • Parent and family support
  • Recreational activities
  • Individualized support for youth with mental health/behavioral needs
  • Support for parents to navigate school-based systems
  • Linkage to additional supportive service when appropriate

For more information contact Deborah Mitchell at


Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York:

At the Epilepsy Foundation, one of our primary goals is to provide accessible, current information about epilepsy/seizure disorders to individuals with epilepsy, parents, family members and friends. We also provide information about epilepsy to professionals in the community through our in-service training programs. Our professionally trained staff is available to answer questions about epilepsy and its related concerns.

Services and Programs We Provide:

  • Advocacy
  • Counseling
  • Educational Programs
  • Service Coordination/Case Management
  • Support Groups

Caregiver Support, SUNY Plattsburgh:

We provide free services to caregivers through two programs: The Caregiver Support Initiative for Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of Dementia as well as the Caregiver Wellness and Respite Center. Both programs were established to provide outreach and support the informal caregiver.