25-29 AVENUE D
NEW YORK, NY 10009
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RESIDENTIAL AND OUTPATIENT ADMISSIONS
Interested in enrolling in our residential or outpatient services or have questions about our programs? Please use the contact information below:
Residential and Outpatient Treatment
Suzette Ross, LCSW
Director of Admissions
25-29 Avenue D, New York, NY 10009
NEWS AND UPDATES
Through our partnership between City Harvest our Community Food Program, we distribute groceries to our neighbors in need on the Lower East Side. We sat down with Dawn Bridgeford (Program Operations Manager) at City Harvest to discuss how the partnership between our organizations has evolved overtime and how we have worked to meet the challenges of the Covid-19 Pandemic. We also spoke with Gail Brennan, our Volunteer Coordinator, about changes she has made to the program, as well as several volunteers about their experience being part of our community.
Daniel R. is a former client of CRW’s Pride Site residential program and a current client of Project Contact Outpatient. After a long recovery journey, Daniel has now been sober since March 2020, and has been splitting his time between his day job and...
The Center for Recovery and Wellness is proud to call Big Vision a partner organization. Big Vision is a nonprofit organization that helps people in recovery develop meaningful relationships, have fun, and ultimately sustain their recovery through community...
At the Center for Recovery and Wellness (CRW) our holistic approach to recovery means that we offer more to our clients than traditional clinical services. In June, staff members Vaness Flores (Prevention and Wellness Educator) and Fiorela Caro (Recreation...
This article features an interview with Mia Saunders, Sr. Health and Wellness Educator, about the Triple P curriculum and her experience co-leading a group of residents in Pride Site.