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The George Rosenfeld Center for Recovery Dedication Ceremony

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A celebration of artists in recovery

Our artists are hard at work putting the finishing touches on their pieces for our upcoming exhibition, What is Family? Opening on Thursday, October 26th, the Odyssey House Art Project’s 12th exhibition explores the structures and dynamics of how people define...

Senior manager wins leadership award

Mary Callahan, Senior Manager, Director of Outpatient Services at Odyssey House, was honored as the recipient of the 2017 Eileen Pencer Women’s Leadership Award at the Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Provider of NYS (ASAP) Annual Conference. The award recognizes...

Run for Your Life event shines a light on recovery

In the midst of a devastating opioid epidemic, we need more than ever to shine a light on recovery. On September 9, 2017, we brought together present and former clients, staff members, friends and supporters for our signature event, the 12th Annual Run for Your Life...

New initiatives to combat addiction

“In New York State, we believe in people. Nobody is a lost cause. Everyone is worth saving.” And with that, NYS Lieutenant Kathleen Hochul officially opened the George Rosenfeld Center for Recovery, and affirmed the State’s commitment to supporting the men and women...

Theater show to benefit Odyssey House

Looking for a night out at the theater? Head over to the TBG Theater to see The Hungry Ghosts! Set in a posh Malibu rehab facility, this full-length one-act comedy tackles existential anguish and the nationwide opioid epidemic with humor and illuminates the power of...

Become a Run for Your Life sponsor

Every September, Odyssey House marks National Recovery Month by bringing together present and former clients, staff members, friends and supporters for our signature event, the annual Run for Your Life 5K Run & Recovery Walk. What started 12 years ago as a modest...

Take a sneak peak into our Run for Your Life silent auction!

Our Run for Your Life event has a little something for everyone: runners, walkers, dancers, fitness buffs…and bargain hunters! Score a great deal on one of your favorite restaurants or travel destinations, all while supporting Odyssey House. Take a peek at our...

Fighting the opioid epidemic

  A new CDC report finds that teen deaths from drug overdoses increased in 2015, after years of decline. The uptick is likely the result of the increasing availability of newer and more lethal kinds of opioids like fentanyl, which is sometimes mixed with heroin....

Join us on #GivingTuesday!

Next Tuesday, November 28, 2017, we are participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving. This year, we’re raising money to support the Odyssey House Art Project. For more than a decade, our expressive arts program has been a therapeutic oasis for...

A play about addiction gives back to residents in treatment

This summer, The Barrow Group Theater (TBG) in midtown Manhattan debuted an original comedy, The Hungry Ghosts, and donated proceeds from ticket sales to the men, women, and families in treatment at Odyssey House. Scheduled to run for two nights only, the play was...

Survivors of Opioid Epidemic Showcase Artwork at East Harlem Gallery

By Gustavo Solis DNAinfo   EAST HARLEM — Joseph McGinley traded a needle for a paint brush. McGinley, who has gone three months without using heroin, credits part of his ongoing recovery to art. His first project was turning a photo of his son Brendan into metal...

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