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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 →

2020 Open Registrations for Fall Universal Pre-K

Neighborhood Center has Availability in Free Universal Pre-Kindergarten. Any family that has a child that will be 4 years old by December 1st, 2020 and lives in the Utica City School District, is eligible to register for the free Universal Pre-K at the Neighborhood Center. The UPK Program is a FREE 2 1/2-hour program, 5Continue reading →

COVID-19 Resource Guide

What to Expect Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations such as an infectious disease outbreak that requires social distancing, quarantine, or isolation. Some of these may include anxiety or fear about our own health status or the health status of loved ones, concern about our ability to care for others, uncertainty or frustration about theContinue reading →

We’re still offering Services to the community.

It is a difficult time for everyone, but especially those with mental illness. The Neighborhood Center behavioral health clinics are offering telehealth or virtual therapy sessions to the community during the COVID-19 Crisis. All appointments are being taken by telephonic and virtual telehealth processes and they are still accepting new clients. Clients are being seenContinue reading →

Gala Di Mistero Masquerade Ball to Benefit The Neighborhood Center

Gala Di Mistero Masquerade Ball to Benefit The Neighborhood Center

UTICA, NY… Join us and other masked guests for a mysterious and intriguing evening, a masquerade ball if you will…be amazed as you see The Parish on Broadway transformed to a place like no other for The Neighborhood Center’s 4th Annual “Gala Di Mistero,” 7 p.m. Friday, May 1st. This year’s theme is “Le CirqueContinue reading →

The Neighborhood Center, Inc. hires Sauerbier as Mobile Crisis Assessment Team Director

The Neighborhood Center, Inc. hires Sauerbier as Mobile Crisis Assessment Team Director

Utica, NY – The Neighborhood Center Inc. has hired Kristin Sauerbier, L.C.S.W. as the new Mobile Crisis Assessment Team (MCAT) Director. Sauerbier will oversee the six-county MCAT which includes: Crisis Counselor services for Oneida, Herkimer, Delaware, Otsego, Schoharie, and Chenango counties; Crisis Case Management and Peer Advocate personnel to provide emergency mental health and substanceContinue reading →

Erie Canal HOGS to Visit The Neighborhood Center

Erie Canal HOGS to Visit The Neighborhood Center

The Erie Canal Harley Owners Group (HOGS) will be making their annual Columbus Day stop at the Neighborhood Center, 615 Mary Street, on Monday, October 14th at approximately 10:00am. Each year, the HOGS conduct their Annual Toy Run to collect toys and cash donations to help make the holidays a little brighter for children andContinue reading →