Programs

RECAP’s variety of programs, from preschool education to addictions services, are designed to move low-income participants to self-sufficiency.

ENERGY CONSERVATION  

A variety of home improvement measures to help residents save fuel funds, reduce energy use, and enable people with disabilities to fully access their homes.

HEAD START 

Early learning centers in Middletown, Scotchtown and Port Jervis support the comprehensive development of children in the learning centers and in their own homes.

NUTRITION & ADVOCACY 

Advocates and volunteers discuss client needs for food, identify other household concerns, and connect participants with information about other RECAP services and community resources. Awareness activities help us get people talking about hunger disparity and food insecurity.

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING  

A variety of residences focusing on veterans, seniors, the disabled, and the homeless. Homes in Middletown, Newburgh, and Port Jervis.

TRUST CENTER

An OASAS-licensed treatment facility specializing in chemical dependency treatment, the TRUST Center’s staff helps clients in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction on their path to recovery. Under the guidance of certified professionals, participants learn the benefits of sobriety, how to identify triggers that lead to relapse, and develop a treatment plan that works. Participants get the most out of treatment by developing the skills to succeed in personal and professional situations.

NEW LIFE MANOR

An OASAS-licensed treatment facility specializing in chemical dependency treatment, New Life Manor’s staff help men in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction on their path to recovery.

Under the guidance of certified professionals, participants at this 24-bed halfway house learn the benefits of sobriety, how to identify triggers that lead to relapse, and develop a treatment plan that works. Participants get the most out of treatment by developing the skills to succeed in personal and professional situations.

FRESH START CAFE

A job readiness program in a cafe setting designed to help individuals on public assistance gain the skills and confidence to succeed in today’s job market. Under the guidance of culinary staff and in a restaurant setting, trainees learn culinary techniques used in a variety of restaurant positions, as well as customer service techniques and standards that translate across the service industry.

ORANGE COUNTY REENTRY

Serves to facilitate and support the needs of individuals and their families during the transition from incarceration to successful community citizenship.

NEIGHBORHOOD PRESERVATION COMPANY

A range of community improvement efforts focusing on the area’s housing needs. Projects include the renovation of older homes and new construction developments, assisting homeowners with renovations and helping those trying to stay in their homes. We focus on reducing housing costs, promoting employment, and new business development.

NEWBURGH SERVICES

Nutrition and advocacy assistance, translations, social services navigation assistance, help locating forms, emergency food supplies, and more.