Bobby Staley, LCSW, CASAC

Bobby Staley began his career during the height of the HIV/AIDS and the crack and cocaine epidemics in the early 1990’s. As a re-entry counselor for a Therapeutic Community, a substance abuse modality; his passion for the human service profession began to develop. Bobby’s journey led to a wide range of experience in working with underserved populations, substance abuse, chronic mental illness, the formerly incarcerated and HIV AIDS. He was a Team leader on an ACT team in the Bronx for six years; prior to that, he served as Director of Scattered Site Housing.

Bobby also served as Associate Director of ACT Services for the Federation of Organizations, providing oversight, and lending his experience to their three ACT teams. As Clinical Managing Director of at Hospital Medical Center in Queens, he oversaw their OASAS Outpatient Substance Abuse Program, which provided treatment for substance use disorders including opiates. Shortly before and during the COVID pandemic, he worked as the Program Director of a Men’s Mental Health Shelter.

Bobby Staley joined Outreach in March 2024 as the Senior Director of the agency’s Richmond Hill Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC), a model program that is designed to ensure access to coordinated comprehensive behavioral health care.