Mothers and More of Southern Saratoga is a support group that allows you to Re-Connect with Yourself. Connect with other Mothers. Connect with the World.
We focus on you – as a mother and a woman – wherever you are on life’s journey. Our nearby chapters and virtual networks help you re-connect with yourself, make meaningful connections with other mothers, and help you find your MORE as you face motherhood’s challenges.
Our chapter meets during the day because that’s when mothers-at-home need the support and we encourage mothers to bring their children with them to our activities.
The MOMS Club is an International nonprofit organization for at-home mothers everywhere! The MOMS club offers a support group for Moms in the Capital District. We help you feel good about your decision to stay home with your children and give you the opportunity to share activities with other at-home mothers and their children. Local MOMS Club chapters have meetings with interesting speakers and discussions, park play days, playgroups for preschool children, activity groups like arts and crafts, walking groups, book clubs, and a monthly MOMS Night Out (activity groups change according to members’ interests). We also perform service projects to help needy children in our community.
“The Capital District Mothers of Twins Club (CDMOTC) was formed in 1982 in order to supply emotional support for parents of multiples and allow for the exchange of ideas related to the raising of multiple birth children. We are a not-for-profit group.
As a support group we meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month to share ideas on such subjects as sleeping issues, potty training, childcare, money saving tips, starting school, returning to the work force and more. The CDMOTC is a place for parents to meet and relax, make friends and find new ideas about raising multiple children.
In addition to support meetings we offer events (both member-only (e.g. Members’ Night Out) and family-oriented (e.g. annual picnic, visits to museums and other kid-friendly places, and holiday parties)) and periodically organize play-dates at various locations.”
“The Autism Society of the Greater Capital Region, New York is a not-for-profit organization that serves people living with Autism in the Greater Capital District and their families.
Our mission is to promote lifelong access and opportunities for people on the autism spectrum and their families so they can be fully participating, included members of their communities. We do this through advocacy, public awareness, education and compassionate support.”