Outreach, New York’s leading nonprofit provider of life-changing drug and alcohol treatment, held it’s 24th Annual Long Island Luncheon recently in Smithtown, NY. The honorees of this year’s luncheon included Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini and two of
Outreach has announced a change of leadership. After 39 years, Kathleen Riddle, founder, president and CEO of the non-profit substance abuse treatment organization based New York City and Long Island, will retire. Taking over as president and CEO will be
After 39 years, Kathleen Riddle, founder, president and CEO of Outreach, the non-profit substance abuse treatment organization with deep roots in Queens, will retire. Riddle, who will continue to serve Outreach in a part-time, advisory role, announced her retirement in
Outreach, a premier provider and champion of quality, life-changing drug and alcohol abuse treatment and training services in New York City and Long Island, announces the launch of its newly redesigned website – opiny.org. “We are excited to introduce a
Janet Walpole, LCSW, has been named the new program director at Outreach’s Greenpoint, Brooklyn site. Outreach opened its Greenpoint location in 2002 to serve the people and communities of North Brooklyn who are struggling with substance abuse and other behavioral
The report serves as an educational showcase to inform the general public on the background of opioid addiction, recent trends, and the importance of treatment.
Outreach Training Institute (OTI) has announced that full scholarships are being made available to New York City and Long Island health care workers for the institute’s 350-hour Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) training program with funding provided by
Outreach, the noted drug and alcohol treatment agency with offices throughout the New York metropolitan area, will be expanding its services with the construction of a new building for its Brentwood Community Residence for Women.
Outreach Training Institute (OTI) is introducing an updated Fall and Winter 2016 calendar of professional development trainings, open to the general public, and specifically targeting substance abuse and behavioral health clinicians in the field.
The New York Community Trust has awarded Outreach an $85,000 grant to support the expansion and enhancement of services for women and women with children in need of substance abuse and behavioral health treatment.