Trinity's Family & Neighborhood Resource Centers (FNRC)

Call us at 518-449-5155 for any questions, or to make an appointment.

Thank you to the United Way of the Greater Capital Region for featuring our staff in your video about local Family & Neighborhood Resource Centers!  Watch it HERE.

Trinity’s Family and Neighborhood Resource Centers (FNRC), located at both the Arbor Hill Center and 15 Trinity Place, provides a host of programs for adults, children and families to help improve their lives, create lasting relationships, and make a positive difference in their community.  It is also the place where friendly, professionally trained staff members can help individuals through a crisis, be it with a landlord, a family member, transportation issues, healthcare, or an emotional challenge.  

FNRC staff help to alleviate our client’s fears by providing an empathetic ear, as well as access to resources, assistance and support.

The FNRC also coordinates clubs, classes and activities that help to empower people for brighter futures. These activities include:

  • Refugee Community Health Partnership
  • Parenting Classes
  • Household Budgeting Classes
  • Learn to Draw
  • Dancing With Our Elders
  • Bicycle Repair Workshop
  • Strengthening and Conditioning
  • Jobs Club
  • Ice Cream Socials
  • Conscious Minds
  • Knitting and Crocheting
  • Community Meetings
  • Health Screenings
  • Insurance Sign-Ups
  • Public Computers & Phones
  • Yoga
  • Household Item and Book Giveaways
  • Re-Entry Opportunities Toward Success (ROOTS)
  • Health and Wellness Programs
  • Kwanzaa Celebration
  • Annual Giffen Elementary School Holiday Concert
  • Community Gardens
  • Workshops
  • VITA Tax Preparation
  • Financial Literacy
  • Women With Voices
  • Women of Peace
  • Empire Ski Club
  • Fatherhood Group
  • Rhythm of Life Dance
  • Nutrition Outreach
  • African Cooking Classes
  • Community Dinners
  • Teen Esteem Youth Empowerment
  • Kinship Care
  • Devine Entities Fashion Show
  • School Supplies Giveaway
  • Basketball Tournaments
  • Women’s Group
  • High School Equivalency
  • English as a Second Language
  • Voter Registration
  • Workforce Development
  • Resume Writing
  • Interview Skills