June 14, 2018
Outreach, New York’s leading nonprofit provider of life-changing drug and alcohol treatment, held it’s 24th Annual Long Island Luncheon today in Smithtown, NY. The honorees of this year’s luncheon included Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini and two of Long Island’s most outstanding business leaders — Michael Botto, secretary-treasurer, Botto Mechanical Corp, and Kevin B. Casey, business manager, IBEW Local 25.Brian Edwards, president of consumer banking at Sterling National Bank, served as the luncheon’s chairman. The $210,000+ raised at the event will help Outreach continue to champion quality, life-changing drug and alcohol abuse treatment and training services.
For more than three decades, Outreach has inspired individuals and families to achieve a life of unlimited potential by developing and delivering the highest quality evidence-based behavioral health services and training. The non-profit organization offers state-of-the-art intervention, rehabilitation and training programs at seven locations in New York City and on Long Island.
“There aren’t enough words to express our gratitude towards the business leaders and members of our community, who have never failed to offer their outstanding dedication and generosity,” said Kathleen Riddle, president and CEO of Outreach. “It’s uplifting to have the support of so many who are as committed to helping the countless individuals struggling with substance abuse.”
If you or someone you know needs help with a drug or alcohol problem, please call Outreach, with locations in New York City and Long Island, at 718-847-9233, or visit opiny.org.
Over 35 years ago, Outreach opened its doors as a small assessment and referral center to engage people in the community struggling with addiction to seek help. Since then, its mission evolved to meet more needs and more communities. Today, Outreach inspires adolescents, adults, and their families to achieve a life of unlimited potential through high-quality, evidence-based substance abuse treatment and training programs throughout New York City and Long Island.