Our programs serve as a safety net and a launching pad. We provide resources and opportunities to families and individuals so that they can attain the skills, knowledge and tools they need to become self reliant. In 2017 alone, 173 children participated in preschool activities to be ready for school; 290 parents and children attended family nights with a focus on reading; 109 safe and affordable housing units were preserved and improved; and 15 families received help to meet urgent transportation needs.
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In 2017, Columbia Opportunities offered training, education, counseling, housing services, healthcare and other vital supports to 2,400 individuals - all here in Columbia County.
people received emergency food
This is how we make a difference! 393 people received emergency food. Also: 447 families received help with their home energy bills; 30,000 nutritious meals and snacks were served to preschool age children; 32 households received emergency rental assistance to avoid homelessness.