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Celebrate Recovery Month with Odyssey House

Registration for Run for Your Life 2018 is now open! This family-friendly event raises awareness of and funds for the recovery movement with a day of festivities, including children’s games and face painting, Zumba, health and wellness booths, and refreshments. Last...

Artists Explore the Health Harms of Sugary Drinks

The Odyssey House Art Project took on a special project this spring: visually depicting the harms caused by sugary drinks and the benefits of drinking water. The project culminated in an exhibition, “Consumed,” now on display at the Haven Art Gallery.   The...

Rehab USA: how should America treat its opioid victims?

By David Crow Financial Times Magazine Anthony De La Rosa was 22 when a player on his college baseball squad introduced him to a new drug: Oxycodone. “We weren’t just smoking weed any more. We would go to practice, come back and snort Oxy in the dorm rooms. At that...

Treating Opioid Overdose, on the Ground

Odyssey House President Dr. Peter Provet discusses the role treatment providers can take in expanding access to naloxone training in response to a recent article (“Surgeon General Urges Americans to Carry Drug That Stops Opioid Overdoses,” news, April 6) in The New...

Building stronger families

In Odyssey House’s family-oriented communities, mothers like Carminia learn how to break the cycle of substance abuse and create a nurturing home for their children. Carminia is the proud mother of a one-year-old boy and is expecting her second child in May. A few...

This Mother’s Day, support women in recovery

Moms battling drug and alcohol addiction often face a tough choice: taking care of themselves or taking care of their children. At Odyssey House, they don’t have to make that choice, because pregnant women and women with children can stay together, helping to build...

Support Odyssey House on Valentine’s Day — and every day

What if you could make a difference with your online shopping? We’ve partnered with AmazonSmile to help you do just that. When you shop through this link, the AmazonSmile Foundation donates .5% of your purchases to Odyssey House. Want to put your shopping towards a...

Telemundo & OASAS highlight Odyssey House services

NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services partnered with Telemundo TV to produce a series of 30-minute shows targeted at New York’s Spanish speaking communities. Each show focuses on issues related to substance misuse and provides information on the range...

Celebrate Recovery Month with Odyssey House

Registration for Run for Your Life 2018 is now open! This family-friendly event raises awareness of and funds for the recovery movement with a day of festivities, including children’s games and face painting, Zumba, health and wellness booths, and refreshments. Last...

Artists Explore the Health Harms of Sugary Drinks

The Odyssey House Art Project took on a special project this spring: visually depicting the harms caused by sugary drinks and the benefits of drinking water. The project culminated in an exhibition, “Consumed,” now on display at the Haven Art Gallery.   The...

Rehab USA: how should America treat its opioid victims?

By David Crow Financial Times Magazine Anthony De La Rosa was 22 when a player on his college baseball squad introduced him to a new drug: Oxycodone. “We weren’t just smoking weed any more. We would go to practice, come back and snort Oxy in the dorm rooms. At that...

Treating Opioid Overdose, on the Ground

Odyssey House President Dr. Peter Provet discusses the role treatment providers can take in expanding access to naloxone training in response to a recent article (“Surgeon General Urges Americans to Carry Drug That Stops Opioid Overdoses,” news, April 6) in The New...

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