Easy things you can do to help!

How can you help?

Easy ways to support us in 30 minutes or less.

Community volunteers are extremely important to us. We are grateful for, and value, your time. Volunteering doesn't have to be burdensome or feel like a job! That's why we have created easy breezy ways for you to help. Below are some examples. We invite you to call or email us to learn about current opportunities.

Like & share our posts on social media to help expand awareness of our meetings, trainings and events.

Help put up flyers in the community.

Check a local community Narcan Box and let us know if it needs to be refilled or replaced if expired.

Help weed or garden at our new center in Haines Falls.

Share our website with someone you know that may need our services, that would be interested in volunteering, or perhaps would consider making a donation.

Have a particular skillset or more than 30 minutes to spare?

Mountain Top Cares Coalition has ongoing need for volunteers to assist with specialized tasks and events.

Let's chat!

The lastest at MCC

Goings-ons, events, partners, and more

Funding to help break cycle of addiction in a small community

Mountain Top Cares Coalition Executive Director Patrick Magee interviewed on Spectrum News.

Narcan: A Life-Saving Tool on the Front Lines of Overdose Emergencies

Narcan, also known as naloxone, has become a vital tool in the fight against opioid overdose deaths. This powe

MCC Increases Narcan Availability on the Mountain Top

In an effort to combat the opioid crisis and save lives, the Mountain Top Cares Coalition (MCC) has launched a

Upcoming & ongoing events

Our special events, and our weekly recurring offerings, so help is always close

Coffee & Conversations

via zoom and/or in person

Topics will be driven by interest and are a chance to discuss successes and challenges from the previous week and weekend.  All are welcome; people in recovery, family, friends, allies.  Walk-ins welcome.
Evening Yoga with Nicole at Mountain Breeze Yoga.

Walk & Talk

Check out our Facebook page for location

Lead by MCC staff and volunteers. The lengths of the walks will vary. Trails are easy and typically flat, please wear proper attire, bring water and a snack. All are welcome; people in recovery, family, friends, allies. Walk-ins welcome.
Every Wednesday, 4:30-5:30pm ET upstairs at 52 North South Lake Road in Haines Falls.

Questions call Mary Ellen, 518-410-4175
via zoom and/or in person

A time to be social and have a creative outlet for those in recovery, family, friends and allies.  Walk-ins welcome.  Check Facebook or Website for location.

Donate to MCC

Help us help the community. We have ongoing need for resources.


There are many ways, big and small, to assist our organization.