Serving Columbia, Delaware, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan and Ulster Counties.
108 Main Street, New Paltz | 845-679-9900
Funded by the Regional Permanency Resource Centers initiative of the New York State Office of Children and Family Services’ (OCFS), the Coalition opened the AGAPE Hudson Valley office in the December of 2016.
AGAPE Hudson Valley serves families in Columbia, Delaware, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan and Ulster counties who have adopted a child or those that have become guardians of a relative’s child. By providing supportive services and connecting families to resources such as parent trainings, support groups for both parents and youths, peer mentoring, navigation for cross-system needs, therapeutic services referrals, counseling, or other supports to help families address issues as they arise, the AGAPE program helps post-adoptive and post-guardianship families through the unique challenges they face following an adoption or guardianship.
AGAPE’s services are provided free of charge. It is open for families who have adopted through foster care or private adoption whether domestically or internationally. Services are also available for realities caring for a child through G docket guardianship. Whether it’s a simple question, a need for more training or a more challenging problem, we are here to guide you.
Meet the AGAPE Hudson Valley Team
|Tomasine Oliphant||Katie Doyle-Bunker||John Colon||Trudy Kent|
|AGAPE Hudson Valley Director||Family Support Specialist||Family Support Specialist||Family Support Specialist|
The AGAPE Hudson Valley office is open Monday through Thursday 8am to 5pm. On Fridays, we open at 8am, but close at 11:30am.
The HelpLine is always available 24 hours a day, seven days a week!
You can find AGAPE Hudson Valley staff at Orange County DSS office in Goshen on Wednesdays from 10-2.
Trudy staffs the AGAPE Hudson Valley Rockland county satellite office at Rockland County DSS in Pomona on Mondays and Tuesdays from 9- 3:30 and Thursdays from 9-4:30.
Funded by the Regional Permanency Resource Centers initiative of the