The Albany Capital District Links women's group presented $7,250 in checks to 12 community groups that deliver children and families services, money donated through its annual "Cookin' with Jazz" brunch in October.
As health care is debated on Capitol Hill in Washington and here in New York, community health centers are joining the conversation.
Class at Albany center helping women adjust to life in the United States.
UAlbany MSW alum, Claudia Vega, of Whitney Young Health Services speaks to the Social Workers about the services provided by the agency (HIV and STD testing, mental health services, substance abuse treatment, etc). She is accompanied by UAlbany BSW student intern, Brian Zimmerman. Brian speaks about his role as an intern.
**Times Union Subscription Required** More younger adults getting serious liver disease largely associated with baby boomers.
Capital Roots announced details Wednesday of a new regional project that will assess food production, processing, distribution and consumption in the region.
Congratulations to Rhonda Esposito at Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center and the rest of today's People on the Move.
KeyBank, through its KeyBank Foundation, on Wednesday announced grants totaling $2 million to 16 Capital Region entities.
The long-awaited GOP promise to "repeal and replace'' Obamacare saw the light of day Tuesday, but the resulting bill got a rocky reception from both conservative and moderate Republicans — to say nothing of Democratic defenders of the Affordable Care Act.
Whitney Young Health cared for almost 20,000 patients in 2016 between its health care centers in Albany, Watervliet and Troy, offering a variety of medical, dental, addiction and mental health care services to individuals of all ages.