Local Organizations

Healthcare Organizations

The Healthcare Consortium

The mission of the Healthcare Consortium is improving access to healthcare and supporting the health and well-being of the people in our rural community. We can help residents access non-emergency medical transportation, health insurance, prescription assistance, health-related financial assistance and long-term services and supports. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.columbiahealthnet.org/.

For Individuals with Disabilities


We are the Columbia County Chapter of The Arc New York, the largest family-based provider of services to individuals experiencing disabilities in the United States.  Every chapter focuses on meeting the needs of people with disabilities on a daily basis, whatever their income level, age, gender, race/ethnicity, or language.  Coarc provides support to more than 500 individuals experiencing developmental/Intellectual disabilities through our facilities and programs. 

Columbia County Special Needs Voluntary Registry

Columbia County has created a Special Needs Registry for Columbia County Residents. This registry is for those individuals with medical conditions who require assistance, have medical devices that utilize electricity, are non-ambulatory, or have restricted mobility.  All information collected will be used strictly for emergency management purposes ONLY so that emergency personnel can check in on you in the event of a power outage with loss of phone service. During such an event every effort will be made to assist you. However, depending on the size and scope of the emergency, the resources available may be limited and therefore a guaranteed response cannot be made.

Living Resources Arts Program

Students in Living Resources’ Arts Program receive art instruction from an exceptionally talented staff of highly trained artists. We work with individuals with a variety of disabilities including, but not limited to, mental retardation, cerebral palsy, autism, hearing impairments, schizophrenia, and acquired brain injury. The program provides a stimulating and imaginative setting, with classes taking place throughout the week.

The Philmont Hearth

A group-living designed residential program which focuses on interventions necessary to address the specific functional and behavioral deficits which prevent residents from accessing generic housing. These interventions are goal-oriented, intensive, and usually of limited duration. Staff is on-site 24 hours/day. This is a type of Licensed Housing/Community Residential program for adults as defined in 14NYCRR595.

For Seniors

The Philmont Area Senior Community Center

The Philmont area Senior Community Center has regularly planned recreational, educational and health-related activities.  Seniors and their spouses and disabled children are welcomed.

When: 9:30am-1:30pm, Mondays – Fridays
Where: Albert L. Tripp Center, 93 Main Street, Philmont, NY 12565, 518-672-7156

Please call 24 hours in advance for lunch reservations.

Pine Haven Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

Founded in 1953, Pine Haven Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is a 120-bed facility located in Philmont, NY. Centrally located in beautiful Columbia County, NY, Pine Haven Nursing Home provides for immediate access to hospital specialists in virtually every area of medicine, as well as emergency care, should it be required.

For Substance Abuse Help

Alcoholics Anonymous

Open Meeting Saturdays 8PM at the Philmont Library, 101 Main Street, Philmont, NY

Greener Pathways

The Greener Pathways Team is comprised of committed, professional, non-judgmental individuals with a diverse background in the field of substance use and recovery. We are ready to put our education, certifications, degrees and lived experiences to work to assist you in finding the pathway to recovery that is right for you or to provide the additional assistance you need to maintain your recovery. We are here because we care and because we want to support you in any way that we can so you can live the life you deserve. Recovery IS possible and we can help.

Mid Hudson Area of Narcotics Anonymous

What is our message? The message is that an addict, any addict, can stop using drugs, lose the desire to use, and find a new way to live. Our message is hope and the promise of freedom.” Basic Text, page 65.

Philmont Comprehensive Plan
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Standard Work Day and Reporting Resolution | 2023

Water Tower Work
Be prepared for possible water interruptions and low pressure as the water department continues to work on the water tower.
Thank you for your understanding and patience during this process

Mandatory Water Ban in Effect until Water Tower Work is Complete
Permitted: Normal use: showering, teeth brushing and general hygiene-related uses, laundry/dish washing, and toilet flushing.
ABSOLUTELY NO non-essential water use, such as Vehicle/House Washing, Lawn/Flower Watering and Pool Filling.

Your 5 gallon containers can be filled at the DPW garage 6am-2:30pm for plant watering—on Maple Avenue, past Maple Terrace, on the left.
Questions? Watch the public meeting with the DPW

Register Your Rental Property or Vacant Building with the Philmont Buildings Department.

To Speak at Village Board Meetings: Remember to sign up before noon the Friday before by emailing [email protected], calling (518) 672-7032, or stopping by the Village office.

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