About Code Blue Saratoga

Code Blue Saratoga, a program of Shelters of Saratoga, provides temporary unrestricted shelter to individuals who are homeless during periods of hazardous winter weather including sleeping accommodations, meals, and essential supplies. Code Blue protocols are in place from November 15 to March 15. Hazardous winter weather is defined as 12 inches or more of snow and/or a temperature of 32 degrees (to include wind chill factor) or less as predicted by accuweather.com.

Location

Code Blue operates the main shelter at:
Soul Saving Station Church
62 Henry Street
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

Shelter hours: Monday-Thursday: 7pm-8am, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 5pm-8am

An overflow shelter was opened in 2017 at:
Presbyterian New England Congregational Church
24 Circular Street
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

Shelter hours: 7 days a week: 10:30pm-8am

History

Code Blue was started in December 2013 as a collaborative effort between the City of Saratoga Springs, faith-based groups, individuals and non-profit partners committed to assisting individuals who are homeless.

How we are Funded

Code Blue Saratoga is funded in part by The Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance by the generous contributions of many supportive individuals, foundations and businesses.
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Code Blue in the news at its inception

Check out the following documentary for more info!