As St. Joseph’s continues to respond to the increasing heroin and opioid epidemic, I am pleased to share wilth all in our community the news that this week we received notification from the Governor’s office that St. Joseph’s, along with five other treatment agencies in the State, have received awards to establish withdrawal and stabilization services, also known as “detox” services.
“The I AM poem group is an opportunity for Rose Hill Adolescent Addiction Treatment residents to tap into their creativity and their own self-awareness, two essential elements that addiction has stolen from their lives. Many of them complete the exercise several times during the group to make the poem meaningful to them.
Dear Community of St. Joseph’s,
I wish you and your loved ones a healthy and peaceful 2018.
I am pleased to provide the following overview of several significant accomplishments that many in the St. Joseph’s community contributed to during 2017, as well as a preview of some of our more important initiatives for the coming year.
One of the more unique educational programs St. Joseph’s provides is the Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor Core Curriculum Training program at the nearby Federal Correctional Institution in Ray Brook and under the supervision of Community Services Director, Robin Gay.
This past Sunday, the last day of the 45th Annual Fellowship Reunion, St. Joseph’s dedicated the property on our main Inpatient campus formerly known as the “White House” as Fr. Emil Tomaskovic S. A. Hall in recognition and gratitude for Fr. Emil’s commitment to St. Joseph’s mission of hope and
With over 250 alumni, residents, and staff in attendance, the 45th Annual Fellowship Reunion was truly a celebration of sustained recovery, hope, and gratitude. This is the sunset that many enjoyed on Saturday evening as the St. Joseph’s community gathered for the Dinner Dance.
Tom Varden, Dennis Chagnon, Chris Jacob, and Don DelNegro celebrate their victory at this year’s St. Joseph’s Golf Tournament with the awarding of the St. Joseph’s Cup. The Cup represents a very special tribute to the winning team who are selected not just for their athletic skill, but also for their sportsmanship, fellowship, and commitment to doing their personal best – all qualities foundational to sustained recovery.
Nearly 40 St. Joseph’s staff, Inpatient and Veteran
residents contributed to making the dream of becoming
an IronMan possible for well over 2,000 competitors
at this year’s Lake Placid IronMan.