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MCAT & UPD Pilot Partnership

Mental health is a concern in our communities today. As we have endured more than a year of pandemic restrictions, sickness and death of loved ones, and living in isolation since last March of last year, many are suffering from mental health crises. At times these crises manifest to the level in which an individualContinue reading →

May is Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month

During the month of May, The Neighborhood Center, Inc. will observe Mental Health Month to raise awareness of mental illness. One in five adults in the United States lives with a mental health condition. This year, The Neighborhood Center, Inc. is launching a campaign for Mental Health Awareness Month NAMI will continue to amplify theContinue reading →

Gala Di Mistero set for June 18th

Gala Di Mistero set for June 18th

Unique Format Due to COVID Limitations; “Once Upon a Night” UTICA, NY Gala Di Mistero presents an “Un-Gala” this year to benefit the work of The Neighborhood Center. Celebrate with a mysterious, intriguing, and entertaining evening on June 18th. The event will start Friday, June 11th with the delivery of the “Once Upon a Night”Continue reading →

Winter Break Family Activity Ideas

Winter Break Family Activity Ideas

Got cabin fever? You’re not alone. Being stuck indoors all winter will make anyone antsy. Instead of going stir crazy, try these fun things to do with kids in winter. From unique craft projects to fun in the snow, your entire family will grow closer as you make it through the colder months together. Sledding/SnowContinue reading →

Neighborhood Center Receives Grant for ZONO Cabinet

Neighborhood Center Receives Grant for ZONO Cabinet

Specialized sanitizing apparatus helps with COVID Protocols The Neighborhood Center was recently able to obtain a ZONO Sanitizing Cabinet which was made possible through a grant from M&T Bank/Partners Trust Bank charitable fund at the Herkimer Oneida Community Foundation. The ZONO Cabinet uses humidity and ozone to disinfect and sanitize toys, cots, bedding and otherContinue reading →

Navigating the Holidays during the Pandemic

The pandemic and the holidays each on their own bring about thoughts associated with anxiety and depression; but now we are bringing these two things together and many are feeling extremely overwhelmed. These feelings are felt by most but can be managed if we gain an understanding of these feelings and how they in conjunctionContinue reading →

Holiday Assistance Provides More Joy for the Season

Holiday Assistance Provides More Joy for the Season

Most of us look forward to the holiday season – a time of gift-giving, delicious family meals, and warm memories. For some residents of our community, the holidays are a stressful time, with money concerns often dimming the brightness of the season. Together as a community, we believe everyone has the right to celebrate. That’sContinue reading →

Neighborhood Center’s Annual Auction is Unique This Year

Neighborhood Center’s Annual Auction is Unique This Year

COVID Makes Auction Go Virtual. This year’s Annual Auction to support the community programs of the Neighborhood Center will be a three-day virtual event. The Auction has been conducted in person the past 17 years, but due to COVID restrictions and limitations, this year’s event will be virtual. From Friday, November 20 to Sunday, NovemberContinue reading →

Art Contest Winners | MEDIA ALERT

UTICA, NY… The Neighborhood Center, Inc. hosted an art contest for children 3 – 15 -years old. ‘Art is Essential and So Are You’ was the theme, encouraging kids to design Thank Cards for an Essential Worker. There were four artwork winners divided by age and each will win a brand-new bicycle! The Bike giveawayContinue reading →

National Accreditation awarded to the Mobile Crisis Assessment Team

The Neighborhood Center, Inc. has recently acquired a national accreditation with the American Association of Suicidology. “The accreditation speaks to our evidence-based practices and standardized approach to provide the best care possible to our clients.” Says Kristin Sauerbier, Program Director of the Mobile Crisis Assessment Team. To obtain accreditation, The Neighborhood Center passed a strenuousContinue reading →