• Acrylic painting “Driving Away” by Erica Morocco
    Acrylic painting “Driving Away” by Erica Morocco
  • Your family, friends and neighbors
    Your family, friends and neighbors
  • Watercolor painting “Stormy Weather” by Amanda Baillargeon
    Watercolor painting “Stormy Weather” by Amanda Baillargeon
  • I am valued
    I am valued
  • Acrylic painting “Cape Cod Marsh” by TJ Casey
    Acrylic painting “Cape Cod Marsh” by TJ Casey
  • Making a difference
    Making a difference
  • Acrylic painting “Let it Snow” by Collaborative Artists
    Acrylic painting “Let it Snow” by Collaborative Artists
  • Maximizing interests
    Maximizing interests
  • Torn Cardboard Collage “Horseman Playing Polo” by Collaborative Artists
    Torn Cardboard Collage “Horseman Playing Polo” by Collaborative Artists
  • Sharing our Vision
    Sharing our Vision
  • Acrylic painting “Yeah Yellow” by Tom Carr
    Acrylic painting “Yeah Yellow” by Tom Carr
  • Enriching lives every day
    Enriching lives every day
  • Watercolor painting “Mountains of Lake George” by Mary Waters
    Watercolor painting “Mountains of Lake George” by Mary Waters
  • Every day is full of possibilities
    Every day is full of possibilities
  • Acrylic painting “Snow Walk” by Collaborative Artists
    Acrylic painting “Snow Walk” by Collaborative Artists
  • Nurturing relationships
    Nurturing relationships
  • Community partners
    Community partners

Join individuals from Saratoga Bridges as they take cooking lessons with Patrice at Serendipity Arts Studio in Saratoga Springs. The classes teach basic food preparation and cooking techniques to increase independent living skills. As a result, they are learning healthy choices, trying new foods, gaining confidence, working together, encouraging each other and most of all having a whole lot fun.

Saratoga Bridges is pleased to offer creative opportunities to the individuals we support. To learn more, contact us at info@saratogabridges.org

Saratoga Bridges has proudly provided the highest level of quality professional services to people with developmental disabilities and their families for more than 55 years.   Our services include a broad range of innovative and effective programs designed to foster independence by promoting their abilities and achievements.  As one of the largest non-profit organizations in Saratoga County, we are committed to ensuring that individuals are able to realize their goals, hopes and dreams.  Our dedicated, conscientious, hard working and specially trained staff members offer person-centered opportunities combined with great compassion for people to work, volunteer, socialize and recreate in the community while leading full, productive and contributing lives.                                                            

Our philosophy is that every day is full of possibilities!

Saratoga Bridges is a Chapter of NYSARC, Inc., the largest not-for-profit in New York State serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. The 53 Chapters comprising NYSARC, Inc. are located in every county in New York State. The Organization supports over 60,000 individuals, employs over 30,000 people and has a membership of over 110,000.