The Albany-based nonprofit agencies offer similar populations different services
Two longtime Albany-based human service agencies are working toward a possible merger.
Two longtime Capital Region agencies that provide health, addiction and other services to the poor are exploring a merger.
Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center and Equinox announced Monday that their boards of directors have agreed to talk about a potential merger of the organizations, and are working to finalize a letter of intent stating as much.
U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand served up a grim prognosis this week for federally funded community health centers across New York if Congress fails to fund the government past its next deadline on Dec. 20.
Lauren Cagino, Behavioral Health Clinician at Whitney Young Health's School Based Health Centers spoke about the positive and negative aspects of social media for children.
Sue Johnson, PrEP Specialist at Whitney Young Health, talks with Benita Zahn about HIV Prevention and PrEP, a daily medication that reduces the risk of getting HIV.
Brooke Raveendranath, CPNP at Whitney Young Health talks about the impact of food insecurity on children's health.
Elizabeth Seguinot, LMHC at Whitney Young Health talks about the effects of childhood hunger from a behavioral health perspective.
Whitney Young Health's annual fundraiser, the Legacy Event honored Dr. Alice Green and the late Vera "Mike" Michelson with Living the Legacy Awards.
Whitney Young Health to honor two Capital Region women at the annual Legacy Event.