The Prevention Council has moved from its long-time quarters on Phila Street to smaller offices at The Mill at 125 High Rock Ave. to reduce overhead, the council said.
All of the council’s programs and initiatives remain intact. “I am extremely grateful to Tom Roohan and Amy Sutton at Roohan Realty and also to Bonacio Construction for creating a workable arrangement for us,” said Executive Director Heather Kisselback.
“They were patient with our transition process and very attentive to our budget and our needs,” Kisselback said in a prepared statement.
Certain amenities and utilities — including heat, electric and janitorial services — are included in the monthly rent at The Mill, and provide a substantial annual savings, the council said.
Reducing overhead was an important consideration, with funding from two large federal grants ending in 2013, Kisselback said.
Aside from the new location, everything else at the agency remains the same, including email addresses and phone numbers.
The Prevention Council has provided services to Saratoga County residents for more than 30 years, helping young people choose healthy behaviors and helping families foster positive child development.
For more information, visit www.preventioncouncil.org.