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Local American Red Cross announces local shelter locations

Eastern MA - Chapter News 23

ALBANY, NY (October 29, 2012) - The American Red Cross Northeastern New York Region and its partners, will be opening eleven shelters throughout its 17-County Region on Monday, October 29, in response to Hurricane Sandy. The current list is as follows:

Red Cross Managed Shelters

Dutchess County – 1 p.m., 10/29/12

Red Hook High School

103 West Market Street, Red Hook NY


Dutchess County – 2 p.m., 10/29/2012

Beacon High School

101 Matteawan Road

Beacon NY


Essex County – 12 p.m., 10/29/12

Town of Jay Community Center

11 School Lane, Au Sable Forks, NY 12912


Montgomery County – 4 p.m., 10/29/2012

Fonda Fultonville School

112 Old Johnson Road, Fonda NY


Montgomery County – 4 p.m., 10/29/2012

Fort Plain Jr./Sr. High School

1 West Street, Fort Plain NY


Montgomery County – 4 p.m., 10/29/2012

Ralph McNulty Academy

60 Brandt Place, Amsterdam NY


Schoharie County -12 p.m., 10/29/12

Middleburg High & Middle School

291 Main Street, Middleburg, NY


Ulster County – 12 p.m., 10/29/12

SUNY New Paltz

1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY


Ulster County – 8 a.m., 10/29/12

The Andy Murphy (Midtown) Neighborhood Center

467 Broadway, Kingston, NY


Ulster County – 8 a.m.,10/29/12

Trudy Farber Resnick Center

50 Center Street, Ellenville, NY


Partner Shelters

Albany County – 12 p.m., 10/29/12

Bethlehem Community Church

201 Elm Avenue, Delmar, NY


Albany County – 12 p.m., 10/29/12

Calvary Baptist Church

12 Launfal Street, Albany, NY


Albany County – 12 p.m., 10/29/12

Light of the World Christian Church

28 Sparrowbush Road, Latham NY


Albany County – 12 p.m., 10/29/12

Rock Road Chapel

96 Rock Road, Berne, NY 12023


Clinton County – 12 p.m., 10/29/12

Keeseville Shelter Group

Location TBD

Columbia County – 12 p.m., 10/29/12

Taghkanic Fire Department

631 Old Route 82, Craryville, NY


All future shelter locations will be announced as opening information is determined. Information on shelters is available at the Red Cross public shelter site-finder,, and via the Hurricane App that can be downloaded free at iTunes and Google Play.

The shelters will remain open until they are no longer needed. Red Cross workers will continue to work with all the families involved until all of their emergency needs are met.

The Red Cross will provide food, beverages, a safe place to sleep, health and mental health services for those in need.

People coming to the shelters should bring:

  • Bedding for each member of the family (although the Red Cross has some bedding available, we are asking people coming to the shelter to bring their own bedding to ensure we can give comfort to as many people as possible)
  • Diapers and formula for children
  • Prescription medicines
  • Toiletries
  • Food for special dietary needs
  • Please note that the only animals permitted in Red Cross shelters are service animals; for safety and health reasons, we cannot accommodate pets.
  • Anyone looking to volunteer or help fund disaster relief may visit or call 1-800-REDCROSS.