First Free Webinar to be Held on Wednesday, December 4th at Noon
- Posted November 21, 2013
- Posted November 13, 2013
Unique App Designed To Help Users Recognize Warning Signs And Quickly Get Help
The app is the result of a collaboration by members of the Ulster County Department of Health and Mental Health's Suicide Prevention, Education and Awareness Committee and is yet another tool targeted to provide solutions for “at-risk” groups: young adults/teens, veterans, and adults.
- Posted November 8, 2013
Kingston, NY – Ulster County Executive Mike Hein proclaims November as National Adoption Month in Ulster County. There are currently 127 foster children placed in Ulster County and over 20,000 across the State of New York. In addition, there are over 700 foster children and youth in New York who are waiting to be placed in a nurturing, safe, and permanent home. Over 2,000 children in New York were adopted from foster care in 2012, offering them opportunities for a brighter future while bringing great joy to the adoptive parents.
- Posted November 7, 2013
Twenty-three of the County’s Local Municipalities Participating
Kingston, NY – Ulster County Executive Mike Hein announces that UlsterCounty’s Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan will be updated, and the County will be growing its multi-jurisdictional participation from twelve to twenty-three of the County’s jurisdictions. The Plan is required by FEMA to be updated every five years and the County has received FEMA grant funding once again to cover the cost of the plan update.
- Posted October 16, 2013
Time still remains to dramatically improve the draft F.A.D.