KINGSTON – New York Archbishop Cardinal Timothy Dolan will be in Kingston on Monday to bless the introduction of a variety of home-health services for Ulster and Dutchess counties through ArchCare, the healthcare system of the state’s Archdiocese.

He will also lead a dedication of a new 5,100-square-foot healthcare career training center that will offer free training that promises jobs for those who finish, according to a news advisory about Monday’s event.

ArchCare CEO Scott LaRue will also speak at the ceremony and the media will be able to tour the new training center.

ArchCare is one of the country’s largest Catholic healthcare systems, providing care to more than 8,000 people, regardless of religious faith, throughout the 10-county archdiocese and beyond through home and community-based and residential care programs.

The blessing and dedication ceremony will kickoff at 1:45 p.m., Monday, at ArchCare at Home, located at 918 Ulster Avenue in Kingston.