Campus Updates

February 5, 2020

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The installation of the roof began this week and should be completed by the end of the month. 

January 15, 2020


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The truss installation has begun on the RTC project. We hope to be fully enclosed by the end of February. 


December 30, 2019

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We received the first of the wall panel delivery today and hope to see them standing by the end of the week. 

December 28, 2019 

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With the warmer temperatures, the slab of the RTC project was poured today. 

December 11, 2019

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Our Campus Project Youth Ambassadors watched as our contractors prepped the site for the slab pour next week. 

October 30, 2019

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We received our first concrete pour this week for the RTC project. The slab should be completed by mid-November. 

October 9, 2019

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The foundation excavation for the RTC project began this week. 


October 3, 2019

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Change can be a funny thing. Even positive changes mean closing the book on something else, and that brings up some complicated feelings. Last week, we celebrated the opening of our new Behavioral Health Care Center, which in addition to offering many integrated services is the replacement for our Residential Treatment Facility (RTF). Today, with the RTF residents settled in the new building, it was time for the old one to conclude its service.

September 26, 2019

Today we celebrated the grand opening of the new Behavioral Health Care Center on our Academy Road campus. While we cut the ribbon in front of a building, we came together to celebrate our shared vision as an organization: Integrated services designed to help the children, adults, and families who come to us for help. (You can view photos of the event on our Facebook page or on the Times Union’s website: 

We were honored to be joined by Dr. Ann Sullivan, Commissioner of the NYS Office of Mental Health, and were humbled by her words. She praised us for developing a model of integrated care that she would like to see replicated throughout the state because she believes this is the best way to treat the complex challenges we see every day.