Community Action

November 16th, 2023

We’re excited to announce we were chosen as one of the recipients of Glens Falls National’s Thankful Campaign. This $10,000 donation will allow us to continue to serve our community and help individuals access the mental health support they need.
GFN Thankful
  Danielle Weiss Director of Support Services (far left), Andrea Deepe, Chief
Executive Officer (left), Cathy Pink, Glens Falls National Community
Reinvestment Officer (right), Ginger Miller, Peer Specialist (far right).

November 8th, 2023

The ARCC’s 2023 Business EXPO was hopping at the Queensbury Hotel!

October 19th, 2023

The Travelers Insurance – Community Connections chose our agency to donate their employees volunteer hours. Over the course of three weeks Travelers’ employees joined us at our Wellness Garden, Genesis (Community Residence), and Pearl Street (Community Residence) to help us with multiple projects.

Wellness Garden:


Pearl Street:

October 5th, 2023

We’re thrilled to receive the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce Large Non-Profit Award for 2023.
It’s an honor to be recognized for our work and impact on the community. We couldn’t have achieved this without the support of our community. Thank you!
ARCC Large Non-profit Award – 2023.

September 6th, 2023

Genesis, one of our long standing community residences got a much needed interior facelift for its front entry way, front hallway, stairwell and upstairs hallway.


September 14th, 2023

On Wednesday – September 13th, we joined the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce, Veterans Business Network for their Annual Walk for Veterans Suicide Awareness and Prevention.

September 22nd, 2023

Our Cooper Street Playground is now complete!

In our 17’x27′ space, we were able to fit medium-sized swing set. It contains two swings, a 2.5 foot slide, and a sandbox made out of cedar wood. Blue rubber playground mulch will provide a safe play surface.

In the spring of 2024, we intend to add few additional elements to the playground.

Thank you to 100 Women Who Care of Northeastern New York for making this possible with your donation. Cooper’s families are overjoyed!


New Cooper Street Apartments Playground.

August 10th, 2023

Recently, we completed the update to our kids waiting room, which was possible from 100 Women Who Care of Northeast NY Chapter.

Prior to COVID Caleo Counseling’s waiting rooms were renovated for more space allowing for a kids’ waiting room. Right before COVID it was being decorated and setup with an Under the Sea theme.

Since regulations have been lifted from the pandemic we now have the opportunity to finish what was started.

The goal for the waiting room was just not to create an environment for clients, but for siblings that may be waiting for them to get done with their appointment as well. Now because of the donation we were able to complete the kids waiting room with needed furniture and activities. We ordered a storage cubby for organizing games, a secondary bookcase for the books (for which the clinicians have so children can take home a book), a dual activity table that is home to busy beads and building blocks (converts into a lego building station), ordered an under the sea rug with learning attributes for kids and lastly we ordered a kids table that allows kids to sit down and have space to play, build or draw.

We recently just finished the waiting room on July 25th. So far it has been a hit and had a good response from parents and kids alike.

August 28th, 2023

On Tuesday – August 22nd, our outreach specialists Gabby Wood (Warren County) and Sara Parker (Washington County) at the “Reimaging Re-Entry: Reintegrating Into Society After Incarceration,” engaged in panel discussions and joined others in sharing their experiences and knowledge on a unique platform about how to lower recidivism rates and strategies to increase people’s resilience at the Capital District Recovery Center in Albany, NY.


August 4th, 2023

Our new sensory room has opened!

At Caleo Counseling, we renovated an old group therapy room into a a controlled and intentionally created therapeutic space with a variety of soft play sensory resources and materials that combine multiple stimuli (visual, physical, auditory, and tactile) to aid children in self-regulation, anxiety, and stress.

This project was made possible by the donation from the 100 Women Who Care of Northeastern NY.

July 3rd, 2023

We were approved for 50/50 match for the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation through 100 Women Who Care Northeast NY Chapter!

May 24th, 2023

On Wednesday, May 24th, 2023 members of 100 Women Who Care Northeast Chapter delivered a collective donation of $5975.00 to our agency.


May 4th, 2023

We are quarterly recipients of a donation from the 100 Women Who Care Northeastern NY Chapter. As an agency we are thankful for this donation because it will allows us to complete and expand some of the resources in our programs specifically for children. 

The funds will go to help our Cooper Street Apartments build a playground, Care Management for youth activities and back to school, and to Caleo Counseling for updating kids’ waiting room and creating a sensory room.


Learn more about 100 Women Who Care Northeast NY Chapter

May 1st, 2023

As of May 1st, Warren Washington Association for Mental Health is now ASCEND Mental Wellness.
While we may have a new face, we are still the same agency, we are changing to evolve for individuals we serve in our communities.