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OH ROCS Recovery Center is now offering telehealth services

This will not stand.

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Martin Luther King Jr., April 16, 1963   As we witnessed the horrific death of Mr. George Floyd, killed on the streets of Minneapolis by a white police officer while fellow officers looked on, we were all...

Neighbor helping neighbor

Since the coronavirus pandemic made social isolation a public safety necessity, behavioral healthcare providers have been sounding the alarm on the potentially harmful effects on people with mental health issues. This makes supportive housing programs for people...

Team players in a pandemic

Since the coronavirus pandemic hit New York City, Odyssey House staff and clients alike have been stepping up, taking on new responsibilities to keep their colleagues and fellow clients safe and healthy. Essential workers stepping up and taking on new roles to keep...

Check out our June training calendar

Odyssey House provides ongoing training for social workers, mental health professionals, and substance abuse counselors. The topics range from training on evidence-based practices to those with an administrative focus. We offer courses approved by the NYSED Office of...

Today is the day! #GivingTuesdayNow

Today we are joining people across the country to encourage generosity in support of those most affected by the global COVID-19 health crisis. For the people in our programs grappling with the impact of the opioid epidemic, this has been a particularly challenging...

Staying connected in recovery

Since the coronavirus pandemic hit New York City, Odyssey House staff and clients alike have been stepping up, taking on new responsibilities to keep their colleagues and fellow clients safe and healthy. Outpatient Services Online and In Touch During daily check-ins...

5 ways to support Odyssey House from home

In these challenging times, we’re incredibly heartened by the community surrounding our cause, especially because you are a part of it. Together, we know we can accomplish anything. Because even a pandemic can’t stop our mission of helping New Yorkers in need overcome...

Everyone is Googling ‘will life ever go back to normal?’

New York Post By Natalie O’Neill The phrase “will life ever go back to normal?” has spiked dramatically in Google searches as the coronavirus crisis continues to rage this week — and with good reason, psychiatrists tell The Post. The number of people searching...

Thank you from the OASAS Commissioner

Arlene Gonzalez-Sanchez, Commissioner of the NYS Office of Addiction Supports and Services, sends a personal thank you message to New Yorkers working in the addiction and recovery field who are keeping the people in our care safe, healthy and sober during the...

This will not stand.

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Martin Luther King Jr., April 16, 1963   As we witnessed the horrific death of Mr. George Floyd, killed on the streets of Minneapolis by a white police officer while fellow officers looked on, we were all...

Neighbor helping neighbor

Since the coronavirus pandemic made social isolation a public safety necessity, behavioral healthcare providers have been sounding the alarm on the potentially harmful effects on people with mental health issues. This makes supportive housing programs for people...

Team players in a pandemic

Since the coronavirus pandemic hit New York City, Odyssey House staff and clients alike have been stepping up, taking on new responsibilities to keep their colleagues and fellow clients safe and healthy. Essential workers stepping up and taking on new roles to keep...

Check out our June training calendar

Odyssey House provides ongoing training for social workers, mental health professionals, and substance abuse counselors. The topics range from training on evidence-based practices to those with an administrative focus. We offer courses approved by the NYSED Office of...

Today is the day! #GivingTuesdayNow

Today we are joining people across the country to encourage generosity in support of those most affected by the global COVID-19 health crisis. For the people in our programs grappling with the impact of the opioid epidemic, this has been a particularly challenging...

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