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Care Links
Carol Silvera
Phone: (518) 399-3262

Link: Care Links
Care Links, the program that provides a helping hand to enable seniors over 60 to remain independent and to continue living in their own home, is in need of volunteers.

The program will match volunteers in the community with seniors in need of assistance. Friendly visiting, shopping, telephone assurance, respite, and chores are some of services available.

All volunteers will receive an initial screening to determine where there is a match between volunteer and the need identified. This 15-year-old program provides assistance to seniors in the towns of Clifton Park, Halfmoon, Malta, and the city of Mechanicville.

To volunteer, call Care Links at (518) 399-3262. There is no minimum number of hours required, just a willingness to be a neighbor helping a neighbor. We could use your help.
Carpooling Clearinghouse
Link: Carpooling Clearinghouse
Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)
Link: HEAP Program
HEAP is a federally funded program that will assist families with the cost of heating their homes during the harsh and bitter winter ahead. The Saratoga County Office for the Aging will be accepting mail-in applications and walk-in applications (Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm) for persons 60 years of age and older as well as those under 60 and disabled.

HEAP provides a once-a-year benefit, which is credited directly to your heating account. This year’s eligibility guidelines are as follows.

Household Size Maximum Monthly Income
  1. $2,030
  2. $2,654
  3. $3,279
  4. $3,903
If you are eligible and would like to receive an application, or if you received a benefit last year and have not received an application, please call (518) 884-4100 if you are over 60 years of age or on SSD and (518) 884-4146 if you are under 60 years of age. If a member of your household is on Food Stamps, please contact your food stamp case worker at (518) 884-4155.
Keep the Dream Mortgage Refinancing Program
Link: Keep the Dream Mortgage Refinancing Program
Keep the Dream is a new program offered by the State of New York Mortgage Agency (SONYMA) designed to help eligible New York households with certain high-risk mortgage to avoid possible foreclosure.
Local Housing Searchable Database
Link: Local Housing Searchable Database
The Saratogian has an online housing database under its classified ad section. To view, go to its website then click on classifieds, then Real Estate. There is ability to search for rent by town, price, number of bedrooms etc.
Malta Senior Citizens Inc.
Link: Malta Senior Citizens Inc.
This group of Malta's senior citizens are an active group of seniors participating in trips, activities, special events and concerts,etc. They meet at the Malta Community Center. The agenda and board meeting is the 3rd Wednesday of the month and the monthly meeting is 1st Monday of the month.
No Cost Cancer Screening for Uninsured Men and Women
Phone: (866) 747-6492
Date: Every Thursday and Monday
Time: Mondays 3:30 - 5:00 pm; Thursdays 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Wilton Medical Arts
3040 Route 50, Saratoga Springs
Fee: None

The program is sponsored by the Cancer Screening Program Partnership for Saratoga County.

Women age 40 to 64 years old

Clinical Breast Exam / PAP Tests
People 40 to 64 years old

Colorectal Cancer Tests
Men / women 50 to 64 years old

These programs are sponsored by the NYS Department of Health Integrated Services Program Grant for Saratoga County as administered by contracting agency, Saratoga Hospital.
Public Transportation Routes in Saratoga County
Link: Public Transportation Routes in Saratoga County
Route 870 to Malta-Round Lake to only run on Wednesdays
Saratoga County CDTA Bus
Link: Saratoga County CDTA Bus
Saratoga County Cornell Cooperative Extension
Link: Saratoga County Cornell Cooperative Extension
The Cornell Cooperative Extension provides a list and descriptions of over 200 agencies serving residents The Interagency Yellow pages.
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