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13th Annual Run for Your Life 5K

Saturday, September 15, 2018


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13th Annual Run for Your Life

CELEBRATE RECOVERY DAY IN NYC! SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2018 Join us for a fun-filled community event, featuring children’s activities and races, a 5K fun run, recovery walk, free T-shirts, Zumba demonstrations, music, refreshments, and a silent auction. Registration is $20. Children under 12 are free. Online registration is now open! If you are unable to come but […]

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Consumed Art Exhibition

In this exhibition, the Odyssey House Art Project explores the health harms caused by sugary drinks and the health benefits of drinking water. Please join us for an opening reception to view the artwork and meet the artists in recovery. Thursday, June 28, 2018 4-7pm Haven Art Gallery 239 E. 121st Street New York, NY […]

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Mother’s Day Awards Breakfast

Join us in recognizing our business and community partners whose commitment to recovery strengthens families throughout NYC.   Thursday, May 10 9 – 11 AM Program begins at 10 am George Rosenfeld Center for Recovery 13 Hell Gate Circle, Wards Island, NYC 10035 2018 Honorees LEADERSHIP AWARD Arlene Gonzalez-Sanchez Commissioner, NYS Office of Alcoholism & […]

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Odyssey House Recovery Center Ribbon-Cutting

Please join us to celebrate the official opening of the Odyssey House Recovery Center. WHEN Thursday, December 14, 2017 1:30-2:30 pm WHERE Odyssey House Recovery Center 2038 Davidson Avenue Bronx, NY 10453 RSVP Register online or contact Carolyn Abrams cabrams@odysseyhousenyc.org (212) 361-1660 Located in the Bronx at the Davidson Community Center, the Recovery Center promotes […]

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NYC Marathon 2017

Sunday, November 5, 2017 Join us at mile 19 to hand out water to the marathon runners and cheer on the Odyssey House Marathon Team! This year, we have 46 runners – including clients, graduates, staff and volunteers – who need your support. The water station is located between 115th-116th Streets & 1st Ave. If you can’t […]

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Our 2017 Annual Report is now online

Reaching out, making connections, and following through with treatment and housing services that change lives is demanding work. The men and women who work in Odyssey House’s community-based programs understand what is at stake when substance misuse or mental health...

Addiction & Mental Health in the News, July 20th

New York Post: More people died in NYC from drug overdoses than car crashes By Georgett Roberts and Ben Feuerherd The number of people who died from opioid use in the city last year was more than five times the amount killed in driving accidents, Police Commissioner...

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...

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