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SCAP Spotlight | HPOG | Displaced Homemaker Program

 


To recognize the importance of our partners, SCAP Spotlights a business or organization that demonstrates a strong commitment to those we serve and to improving the community.

2015
February 2015 - Rely Health Care Services

2014
November 2014 - Visiting Nurse Service of Northeastern New York
August 2014-
Heritage Home For Women
July 2014
- River Ridge Living Center
January 2014 - Scotia Mansion Assisted Living

SPOTLIGHT ARCHIVES (2012, 2013)

Download SCAP Employment Services Publications

Brochure

Fact Sheet

C.N.A. Training Program (info flyer)

H.H.A. Training Program (info flyer)

Need a Good Job (info flyer)

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Healthcare Professionals Opportunity Grant (HPOG)

LEARN MORE about HPOG and how you can have a career in the healthcare field.

HPOG is a five-year grant for $11.2 million from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to train individuals for careers in the healthcare industry. The grant is implemented in partnership with SCAP, Albany Community Action Program and Schenectady County Community College (SCCC).


Displaced Homemaker Program (DHP)

SCAP’s Displaced Homemaker Program (DHP) provides classroom training and formal job search assistance that is geared to help individuals learn the skills they need to become gainfully employed and succeed in the workplace. Classes usually meet Monday-Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Currently, SCAP operates two DHPCenters in New York State:

  • 913 Albany Street, Schenectady, NY 12307
    (518-374-9181)
  • Project LIFT, Fulton Montgomery Community College, Johnstown, NY 12095
    ( 518-736-3622, ext. 8971).

DHP CLASS SCHEDULE (click here for more details)
1/20/15-2/5/15
2/17/15-3/5/15
3/16/15-4/2/15


Schenectady Community Action Program (SCAP) is committed to alleviating the symptoms and eradicating the causes of poverty by helping people help themselves when they are in economic, educational or social need.  Keeping with the spirit of this commitment the Employment Services, one of the many services offered by SCAP, strives to assist individuals gain the technical and soft skills needed to stay gainfully employed and succeed in the workplace.

For more information contact SCAP:

Schenectady: (518) 374-9181
DHP at FMCC Project LIFT: (518) 736-3622 ext. 8971

Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.