CAPTAIN Community Human Services has been chosen as a recipient of the 6th Annual Simmons Capital Group’s Charitable Giving Award, including a $2,500 grant for the Getting Ahead program.

CAPTAIN Community Human Services’ Family Support Services Program provides many opportunities for families with children who have social and/or emotional challenges, including child-friendly activities and respite. Donations will be used by our staff and the youth we serve to provide a positive, fun and educational experiences.

Since the weather is cooling down, you can add a little sunshine and warmth to a stranger with these simple ideas.

Our 2019 Winter Coat and Boots Drive has begun! Read on for more details.

Learn more about our current Employee of the Quarter and Runaway and Homeless Youth Shelter Administrator, Kristie Sweet!

Studies have found that volunteering can positively impact both your body and your mind. We're here to tell you all about the different ways doing good in your community can do some good for yourself.

Learn more about our current Employee of the Quarter and Care Links & Wellness Program Manager, Stephanie Sullivan Foard!

August Specials at CAPTAIN's Treasures

CAPTAIN Community Human Services and its partners will kick off its 24th Free Summer Meals Program on July 2, 2019, at the Park Avenue Playground in Mechanicville. Scheduled from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm, the festivities will include food, a DJ, games, bouncy house, and more. Local and state elected officials will be in attendance.

Homelessness doesn’t take a day off and neither do we. CAPTAIN Community Human Services (CHS), works closely everyday with our neighbors who are experiencing homelessness. We’re aware of the devastating effects homelessness has on children, individuals, and homelessness and are compelled to find solutions, programs, and services that best meet their needs.