Alcohol & Substance Abuse

The Opioid Crisis is Evolving, and so is Catholic Charities

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By Jim Sliney Jr.

In 2017, there were a record 1,487 fatal overdoses in New York; the overdose rate in the South Bronx was higher than any place in the country except...

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Stories of Recovery: Podcast

Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties Helps Clients with a Road to Recovery

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New Study Backs Emergency Lifesaving Treatment for Drug Overdose

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Photo Credit:  Rémi Walle

by John-Mark de Palma

A recent study in the Journal of the American Medical...

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New York State Offers Tax Credit for Hiring Addiction Recovery Employees 

NYS Tax Credit for Hiring Addiction Recovery Employees
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by John-Mark de Palma

2 Min...

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Meet Jacqueline, a Single Mom Battling Addiction

How She Turned Her Life Around

 "Meet Jacqueline"

By Dean Scher, PhD, LCSW

CEO  Catholic Charities of Orange,...

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Catholic Charities Works to Reduce Homelessness by 20%

Catholic Charities USA announced an ambitious plan to reduce chronic homelessness by 20% in five US cities. The goal is to reduce chronic homelessness -- those whose homlessness has caused them to...

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Perfect Merger: Catholic Charities Consolidates to Expand Upstate Services

Adds Opioid Response & More to Ulster County Roster

The new name is a mouthful, Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan and Ulster. Huge, also, are the expanded roster of services the freshly merged...

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As Opioid Deaths Skyrocket in Staten Island, Catholic Charities Fights Back

Saves Carl’s House Recovery Center from Closing

Discovered dead in on bathroom floors, front lawns, and ferries to and from...

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF STATEN ISLAND LAUNCHES PROGRAM TO FIGHT OPIOD EPIDEMIC

NYC COUNCIL SPEAKER COREY JOHNSON TO ATTEND ANNOUNCEMENT

NEW YORK, NY (April 26, 2018) –NYC Council Speaker, Corey Johnson, will join Monsignor Sullivan, Executive Director of Catholic Charities for the NY Archdiocese, Vincent Ignizio, CEO of Catholic Charities of...

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