New Drop Off and Pick Up location at our Joe Cornelske Center in Kingston

September 3. 2019

Please note that beginning immediately, all drop offs and pick ups for those receiving services or attending programs at Gateway’s Joe Cornelske Center at 1 Amy Kay Parkway in Kingston should be at the Services Entrance.

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Supporting a hopeful, satisfying, active and contributing life

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Serving individuals with mental, developmental, physical and other differing abilities with home-community based services that support recovery.

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We provide support in finding community support, public entitlements, resources and relationships to help people live independently.

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Employment Services

Need help finding or keeping a job? We have a variety of locally run programs that can get you started toward a fulfilling and productive career.

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Food Service & Catering

We provide outstanding, professional catering services to Hudson Valley businesses, groups, schools, and government organizations.

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Commercial Cleaning

Quality, comprehensive cleaning services for local offices, large industrial settings, retail and residential settings.

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60 Years of History

In the summer of 1956, a telephone call between George Hunt, who got his first job at the age of 42, and Kathy Coughlin, who had cerebral palsy, started what would become known as Gateway Community Industries. Former Kingston Mayor William Edelmuth became the first President of the Board of Directors, and the organization raised funds and operated in a room donated by the YMCA on Broadway in Kingston. For their first project, Mr. Edelmuth led five blind individuals in assembling rubber doormats.

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