Last February, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced $10 million in capital funding to expand addiction withdrawal and stabilization services throughout the State.
A fresh supply of Teddy bears with hand-knitted scarves by the Knitwits of St. Eustace Church in Lake Placid has arrived for Rose Hill’s younger residents!
Strictly Business Magazine, a leading source for business news in northern New York for more than 36 years, recently visited St. Joseph’s to profile our people and programs.
Staying connected to others sharing the journey of recovery is a vital element of successful, sustained sobriety.
Hear the compelling message of hope and healing from one of Rose Hill’s young residents as reported by ABC50 TV, based in Watertown, NY.
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St. Joseph’s Addiction Treatment & Recovery Centers is hosting the documentary, “Reversing the Stigma” which highlights the work being done in New York State to combat addiction.
Our next showing of the film will occur in the Tulloch building of the NCCC campus in Malone on October 16 at 7:00 pm.
Please join us for the Fellowship’s 46th annual Reunion on Friday, October 5 through Sunday, October 7, 2018.
Click here for this year’s schedule and other Reunion information.
Welcome, “Pope”, one of the most recent additions to the Veterans Program. Pope is a four-month-old service dog assigned to resident, James, who shares, “Pope is intelligent, playful, and doing very well in his training.” Perhaps best of all,” James says, “Pope is very comforting, a good friend.”