Always and Everywhere
Yes, always – and everywhere across the North Country. A lot has changed since United Helpers was founded in 1898. We’ve expanded our reach and grown, from elder care to rehabilitation to behavioral health. We’ve built an organization to meet your needs today and tomorrow. By connecting people to the right services and supports, they can be as engaged as possible with living. Some call it a “continuum of care.” We simply call it Always Caring.
No Other Provider Comes Close
Our promise to you
For people in the North Country, United Helpers delivers the specialized medical, physical, and emotional support needed to be fully connected to life. We have been caring for our neighbors in St. Lawrence County for more than 120 years, and no other provider comes close to the reach of our network, the breadth of our services, or the depth of our commitment.
Together Across the North Country
There’s a sense of confidence working with a team that has a reputation you can trust. No matter which United Helpers service you choose, our team of more than 1000 dedicated professionals is ready to meet your needs with reassuring expertise and warmth.
A Great Place to Work. A Great Place to Receive Care.
United Helpers has earned a reputation 120-plus years in the making for dedication and warmth. Caring for our neighbors in the North County and serving those in need isn't just a statement. It's our mission!
Support in finding your way
Every situation is unique. Let us help.
Let our Navigators help you understand our services better. We're here to help you make decisions with confidence.
It's Always Personal
To Us, You're Family. And Family Matters.
When it comes to family, no one understands the importance of connecting your to the services you need more than United Helpers.
Support at Your Fingertips
We've made it easier than ever to find the help you need.
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One of the longest-tenured volunteers in the history of United Helpers was recently honored with emeritus status following 37 y
Ogdensburg – In 1983 when, according to a headline in The Advance News, “United Helpers ‘Rescues’ Unused Convent,” the Un
WATERTOWN – A feature news piece chronicling 125 years of United Helpers history will be airing on WPBS on Tuesday, Sept. 12 as
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In the past couple of years, the world has had to bid farewell to Constance (Connie) Dillingham Hanson and (Donald) Bruce Hanso
I am so grateful for the fine staff in Assisted Living and Activities. It eases my mind to have my mother surrounded by people who treat her with such caring and respect.
I was amazed at how quickly United Helpers had got me into the complex. The employees I talked with were always courteous and helpful during the application process.