Overview

Our quality supports span the full life of people with disabilities. We also specialize in supports for people with mental illness, those who are medically fragile and traumatic brain injury survivors. Our nurturing environment, together with a person-first philosophy, is the foundation for our programs and services that set the standard for quality care.

At Lexington, we pay particularly close attention to what is important to each individual: what makes them happy, what are they missing in their life, and how can we help them achieve their goals. Once we know how we can make the greatest impact in their life, we partner with them to plan and improve areas where the wants and needs are the greatest. This summer we were accredited by the international Council on Quality and Leadership, which acknowledges person-centered excellence in services and quality of life for those we support.

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Volunteerism at Lexington

People who attend Lexington programs volunteer extensively throughout Fulton County. Employees also contribute time and resources to various community events and causes. Here are just a few examples of the many volunteer activities Lexington Program Participants are involved in:

  • Delivering meals for the Fulton County Office for the Aging
  • Shopping for seniors who are unable to leave their home
  • Visiting nursing homes
  • Reading to children in pre-schools and elementary schools
  • Helping at churches, soup kitchens, hospitals and libraries
  • Maintaining the community recreation pathway "Rail Trail"
  • Helping at the Humane Society

...and much more

To Receive Services:

If you would like to receive services or have questions, we have someone to guide you through the process. To learn more about Lexington and our services please contact Kim Schutz, our intake coordinator at schutzk@lexcenter.org or (518) 736-4156.

For more information about specific programs and services, click on the links above or email info@lexcenter.org.