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At the end of the Rose Hill Adolescent Treatment Center’s drive, four clients and a counselor are gathered, even though it is only 7 degrees. As they shiver a bit in their winter jackets, one of the clients places a painted rock on the stone wall that lines the drive.
from the Wall Street Journal (12/28/17) Kamp, Jon Several New England states, including Massachusetts and Rhode Island, are on pace to record fewer opioid overdose deaths in 2017, compared with the year before. This follows years of fast-rising death tolls in the region. Several New England states, including Massachusetts and
Recently, Communications Director, Jim Grant, sat with CTO and HR Director, Katie Kirkpatrick, to discuss the 2017 Leadership Academy and learned the following: What is the Leadership Academy? The idea of the Leadership Academy began back in 2009 when I had the privilege to be mentored by the Executive Deputy
Two new peer support programs have been established by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS), and endorsed by the Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers of New York State (ASAP). The first program offers people interested in becoming certified Peer Advocates with the opportunity to
It is my pleasure to announce that Zach Randolph has been named Inpatient Services Director, and that Tammy Landerway has been designated Deputy Inpatient Services Director. Both Zach and Tammy were serving in interim capacities for these positions over the past few months. Zach and Tammy assume their new roles
Each year on the last Sunday in July nearly 3000 athletes gather in Lake Placid for IMLP (IronMan Lake Placid). The Lake Placid event is the longest running IronMan in the continental United States and is considered by many as the most scenic, and also one of the most challenging.
St. Joseph’s is working with the Primary Care Development Corporation, which is a non-profit organization that provides affordable financing to improve access to care for families in poor and rural communities, to assist us in acquiring and renovating an 8,000 square-foot warehouse located on John Munn Rd. in Saranac Lake
One of the more unique educational programs St. Joseph’s provides is the Addiction Studies Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor Core Curriculum Training program at the nearby Federal Correctional Institution in Raybrook. The CASAC 350, so named for the 350 hours of instruction required for credentialing, is an OASAS-certified education