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Foundation Grant To Enable Screening and Treatment for Diabetes Among People Facing Serious Mental Illness

| May 5, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Foundation Grant To Enable Screening and Treatment for Diabetes Among People Facing Serious Mental Illness Hicksville, NY (May 5, 2015) – A grant from the New York Community Bank Foundation (NYCBF) will enable dozens of local individuals who face serious mental illness such as severe depression and post-traumatic stress disorder to receive routine screening for diabetes and... Read More


Disabled Consumers to Gain New Voice in Delivery of Nassau County’s Social Services

| May 1, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Disabled Consumers to Gain New Voice in Delivery of Nassau County’s Social Services Local foundation funds intensified collaboration that joins a nonprofit agency, disabled residents, and the county Hicksville, NY (May 1, 2015) – As thousands of local residents with disabilities face obstacles in obtaining needed social services, the generosity of a local foundation, the vision of... Read More


In 24-Hour “CreateAThon,” Marketing Agency Donates Expertise

| November 13, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  In 24-Hour “CreateAThon,” Marketing Agency Donates Expertise to Help Raise Awareness about Services For Mental Illness  Hicksville, NY (November 6, 2014) – As 16% of all Long Island residents were struggling with mental health disorders ranging from anxiety to severe depression, a team of more than 14 advertising and marketing professionals—from graphic designers and copy writers, to... Read More


Community Forces Align Toward Assuring Adequate Future Care for Long Island Residents Facing Mental Illness and Substance Abuse

| September 16, 2014

United Way of Long Island provides grant supporting key collaboration Hicksville, NY (September 16, 2014) – With nearly 13% of Long Island’s population facing chemical dependencies and over 11,000 residents experiencing mental illness, community organizations on Long Island have been joining forces amidst a rapidly changing healthcare economic landscape to plan for and help preserve adequate services to support the... Read More


GOLF OUTING BOOSTS FUNDS AND AWARENESS FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES

| August 20, 2014

Leading the community philanthropy were the owners of Cook Maran & Associates; Melrose Credit Union, Condon O’Meara, McGinty & Donnelly LLP, Dr. Print; and Knockout Pest Control, all businesses anchored on Long Island or in New York City that contributed funds and served as sponsors of various aspects of the event. CN Guidance also received dozens of contributions from generous... Read More


LOCAL BUSINESSES HELP KICK-OFF SUMMER FUNDRAISER FOR MENTAL HEALTH

| July 2, 2014

Doctor Print Technology Consultants Josh Baltz and Alex Barbieri with Central Nassau CEO Jeffrey Friedman, CFO John Angelone and Network Administrator Ronaldo Landas. Hicksville, NY (June 23, 2014) – The leaders of three local businesses have stepped up to support core community services for individuals suffering from mental health and substance use disorders. The owners of Cook Maran & Associates,... Read More


RUNNERS MAKE THEIR SPIRIT COUNT: COMMUNITY RAISES MONEY & AWARENESS FOR PEOPLE FACING MENTAL HEALTH HURDLES

| June 11, 2014

Hundreds of Residents Participate in Annual 5K Hicksville, NY (June 9, 2014) – Men, women, and children of all ages from across Long Island participated May 24th in an annual 5K “Runday”, dedicated to supporting the work of Central Nassau Guidance and Counseling Services—an organization that provides wide-ranging services to families and individuals facing mental health and/or substance use disorders.... Read More


American Red Cross Awards $1.25 Million in Superstorm Sandy Grants to Four Groups for Emotional and Mental Health Support

| May 13, 2014

  LONG ISLAND, May 12, 2014 —The American Red Cross today announced nearly $1.25 million in grants to four New York nonprofit organizations to support long-term recovery services, including emotional and mental health support for individuals and families affected by the storm. Nonprofit organizations receiving funding from the Red Cross today include Central Nassau Guidance and Counseling Services, OHEL Children’s... Read More


New York Community Bank Foundation Grants $10,000 to Assist Struggling Local Survivors of Hurricane Sandy

| April 15, 2014

Central Nassau Guidance and Counseling Services Receives Grant to Deliver Needed Ongoing Services Hicksville, NY (April 15, 2014) –   In support of hundreds of survivors of Hurricane Sandy who still struggle almost a year-and-a-half after the superstorm upended many Long Island communities, the New York Community Bank Foundation announced in March a dedicated contribution of $10,000 to Central Nassau Guidance... Read More