Outreach Services

As the anti-poverty agency serving Ulster and Sullivan Counties, we provide a comprehensive approach to the needs of economically disadvantaged individuals and families through a variety of services. Our services are provided through a network of outreach centers located in Kingston, Highland, Ellenville and Monticello. These offices provide residents in the two counties with access to all of our programs and other community resources.  Contact Suzy Hinchey, Outreach Program Director at 845-338-8750, ext. 105 for additional assistance.

UCCAC Outreach Services Intake Form for 2019 to 2020 Client Year

2020 – 2021 UCCAC Client Intake Form

Kingston Outreach Center

Care Manager: Manny Coddington
70 Lindsley Avenue
Kingston, NY 12401
(845) 338-8750 x110
mcoddington@uccac.com

Highland Outreach Center

Care Manager: Jan Cross
15 Church Street
Highland, NY 12528
(845) 338-8750 x300
jcross@uccac.com

Ellenville Outreach Center

Care Manager: Rosemary Melendez
85 Center Street
Ellenville, NY 12428
(845) 338-8750, x310
rmelendez@uccac.com

Sullivan County Outreach Center

309 E Broadway, Suite A
Monticello, NY 12701
(845) 338-8750, x320
rmelendez@uccac.com

Mass Food Distribution & Farm Stand Information

Services Provided

General Assistance
Family Development Plans
Emergency Food
Emergency Shelter
Housing Assistance
Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) (Income Guidelines)
Weatherization Assistance (2018-19 REV DOE Income Guidelines)
Head Start and Early Head Start
Mass distribution of fruits and vegetables
Information and Referrals
Employment and job training
Food Pantry
Clothes Closet
Lifeline Safe-Link Telephone Service (Kingston)
Notary Assistance on site (Kingston)
Free bread and donated produce distribution on Wednesday (Highland)
Translation Services (Highland)
Transportation funds available as vouchers with UCAT (Highland)
Bilingual in Spanish and English/ Translation services (Ellenville)
Free Farm Stand

Federal Poverty Guidelines for FFY 2019-2020* for CSBG  (Gross –Monthly)

Family SizeGross Monthly Income – 125% of FPGAnnual Income
1$1,329$15,950
2$1,796$21,550
3$2,263$27,150
4$2,729$32,750
5$3,196$38,350
6$3,663$43,950
7$4,129$49,550
8$4,596$55,150
*$5,525$460.00
    
 *  For each family over 8, add the above amount per person 
Family SizeGross Monthly Income – 200% of FPGAnnual Income
1$2,126$25,520
2$2,873$34,480
3$3,620$43,440
4$4,366$52,400
5$5,113$61,360
6$5,860$70,320
7$6,606$79,280
8$7,353$88,240
*$8,840$736.00
   
 *  For each family over 8, add the above amount per person 
Family Size – HEAPGross Monthly Income 
1$2,494 
2$3,262  
3$4,030 
4$4,797 
5$5,565 
6$6,332  
7$6,476 
8$6,620 
9$6,764 
10$6,908 
11$7,086 

* For each family unit over 11, add the additional amount $553.00

Community Needs Assessment

 

2019 Community Needs Assessment

                                 Ulster County Pantries and Locations

Local Pantries in Ulster County: (Spanish and English versions)
Ulster County Services Resource-Guide