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October 6, 2018Like

Congratulations to Search for Change Board Member Trish Limpert!

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“We congratulate Patricia (Trish) Limpert, a member of the Search for Change Board of Directors, who was recognized during a National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) awards ceremony at the Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel. This event was sponsored by the Dutchess County Chamber of Commerce, Mid-Hudson Employment Alliance and New York State Office of Adult Career and Continuing Educational Services – Vocational Rehabilitation (ACCES-VR). Trish delivered a moving account of her personal journey and the value
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October 1, 2018Like

Hudson Valley Behavioral Health IPAs Merge

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“Earlier this year, Search for Change proudly announced its membership in the Comprehensive Care Network of the Hudson Valley (CCN-HV), a Behavioral Health Care Collaborative (BHCC) and Independent Practice Association (IPA) comprised of behavioral healthcare and social service agencies operating throughout the Hudson Valley Region.  The CCN-HV’s mission is to promote responsive and integrated care among its member agencies in service of our community’s most vulnerable individuals.  We are pleased to report the CCN-HV just
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July 12, 2018Like

Ashley Brody article in the Behavioral Health News – Summer 2018 Issue

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Permanent Supportive Housing: The State of the Research Page 20 http://mhnews.org/    
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June 14, 2018Like

“Search for Change congratulates board member Susan Salomone for being recognized as “Business Person of the Year” by the Somers Chamber of Commerce!

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Susan and her colleague Carol Christiansen received this honor for their exemplary work though Drug Crisis In Our Backyard, an organization they founded in 2012 to combat drug abuse and addiction in our community.  We are so proud of Susan and deeply appreciative of her efforts!”
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May 14, 2018Like

Supervised Injection Facilities: A Logical Progression in Harm Reduction or a Bridge Too Far?

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Read Ashley Brody’s article that was published in the  Spring 2018 edition of Behavioral Health News 
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