Christ Church is affiliated with several service organizations, both governmental and nonprofit, in the capital district.
Capital District Basic Needs Resource Directory
Click here to locate information about food pantries, community meals, medical assistance, social services, and resources for clothing and furniture in Troy and throughout the Capital District.
Christ Church is a reconciling congregation of the United Methodist Church and has been a strong proponent of equal rights for LGBTQ individuals in both the church and community for decades. For information on LGBTQ-specific resources in the capital district click here.
The National Alliance for Mental Health is an active support program for both individuals impacted by mental health problems or their families. All support programs are free. Click here for more information on this program.
The NY Connect program provides services for individuals with disabilities and their caretakers. Access information and services for senior and people with disabilities by calling 518-270-2767: click here for more information.
Rensselaer, Columbia, and Greene county provide free tax preparation for households with income below $54,000 per year: click here for more information.
United Way 2-1-1
Dial 2-1-1 or go to 211neny.org to find community, social, and government services throughout the Greater Capital District. Access everything from free tax preparation to utility assistance to employment assistance.
New York works with the federal government to provide services for veterans: click here for more information.