Gateway Hudson Valley Newsletter

The news of a caring community

We're Back! Doug Maloney Memorial Golf Tournament 

After cancelling last year for safety concerns amid the pandemic, we're excited to announce that the Doug Maloney Memorial Golf Tournament will be hosted at Apple Greens Golf Course on Sunday, September 19, 2021. We're looking for sponsors, volunteers, and players. 


New Reception Area at our Main Office

New Day Hab space in the repurposed work floor area

Stories from the pandemic

During the pandemic shut down, there were a lot of difficult transitions, but one that really helped our long-term planning was having staff work remotely. While employees were able to work remotely, thanks to our IT Department, many large projects in our main building at 1 Amy Kay Parkway were able to be completed, or mostly completed: like the full renovation of our main reception area, the expansion of our Day Habilitation and PROS (Personalized Recovery Oriented Services) classroom spaces to welcome back more individuals, and the much needed update of many of our administration offices. If we had all been working in the building, the contractors would have never been able to get all this work done so quickly. We are thankful for this time and their hard work. This is one of those silver linings from the pandemic. Gateway's story of triumph and survival during the pandemic was also recently featured in Mid-Hudson News. Read the full story here. 


Meals for residents of Kingston impacted by COVID-19 

Do you know someone or have you been impacted by COVID-19 and need help finding healthy, nutritious food? We have received a grant to provide meals for low- to middle-income residents of the City of Kingston impacted by COVID-19. If you know someone who needs a healthy meal, please call us at 845-331-1261 ext. 252.

This program is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development through the City of Kingston’s Office of Community Development.

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FeedHV recognizes Gateway Hudson Valley

Last September, we participated in a pilot Food Rescue project through a NYS Food and Anti-Hunger initiative under Governor Cuomo. We collaborated with Hudson Valley Agribusiness Development Corporation. Volunteers from other organizations went out in to farm fields and gleaned vegetables. They brought the food here to our kitchen and our now Food Services Director, Shannon Hart, was hired to process the food. One hundred pounds of food was donated to FeedHV who distributed it to people in need and they have recognized us for our participation. Thank you! 

Henry Bunn Pfeffer, exhibited at local credit union 

Henry Bunn Pfeffer, one of our participants, was a featured artist at the Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union branch on Morton Blvd. in Kingston during the month of April. Henry is working on a journey of recovery during his time at Gateway, allowing him to refocus on the artist he’s always been, as he has been painting for most of his life. His pieces are generally large scale on canvas with acrylic and house paints as his medium, and applies them using a pallet knife. As a member of the Arts Society of Kingston (ASK), he looks forward to sharing more of his work with the community. 

Gateway Hudson Valley
1 Amy Kay Parkway  | Kingston, New York 12401
(845) 331-1261 |

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