Our “Ask the Pros” series continues on Malone radio station, WICY. This week’s topic involves Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), and a discussion with St. Joseph’s Medical Director, Dr. Hector Biaggi. Click on the icon below to listen to the broadcast.
Director of Community Services, Robin Gay; and Deputy Director of Community Services, Brandon Titius shared their thoughts with radio station WICY on St. Joseph’s Outpatient offerings, and how Supportive Housing adds to our continuum of care. Click on the icon below to listen to the interview.
The WICY Radio series, “Ask the Pros”, in which numerous aspects of St. Joseph’s programs and services are profiled, continues. This past week, interviews occurred with Interim Inpatient Services Director, Tammy Landerway on the subject of Group and Individual Counselling. Click on the icon below to hear Tammy’s interview.
A few weeks ago, a very enthusiastic sales representative from the Malone radio station, WICY, Julie Derouchie, approached St. Joseph’s with a unique opportunity to spread the word about our programs, opportunities, and culture through a 13-week series of interviews. Julie, it turns out, is a CASAC, and a former
On September 20th, three Rose Hill residents had the opportunity to visit the Saranac Lake High School. Last spring, three other residents spoke to several senior English classes and the event was so well received, that the school’s administration coordinated this opportunity for the residents to share their “experience, strength,
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New York will raise its smoking age from 18 to 21 under legislation recently signed into law. The change, which takes effect in just under 120 days, will apply to the sales of traditional tobacco products as well as electronic cigarettes and vaporizers. Governor Cuomo stated, “By raising the smoking
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