Parent Support Group: Wednesday, August 26 6:30-8:30 pm

We encourage parents and caregivers of adolescents with emotional challenges to join this free, confidential and supportive meeting. Join and meet other parents such as yourself. Please see the attached flyer for more details.

If you would like to join the meeting, please RSVP to Madlen Setian at setianm@mharockland.org. If you are a new parent/caregiver, please make sure to include full name, phone number and e-mail address you would like us to use when contacting you. You will receive the Zoom credentials by return email. You may join with a PC, tablet or phone. You will receive links, and numbers for all methods.

I look forward to seeing all of you on Wednesday evening!

Madlen Setian, FPA

Parent Support Group Facilitator

Peer Support Services

How can Peer Advocate help you in your recovery journey?

Peer support services are an important part of the treatment and recovery process. Certified Recovery Peer Advocates (CRPAs) draw from personal experience with substance use, and professional training to provide non-clinical support services as identified in the patient’s treatment or recovery plan. CPRAs may also help those in treatment/recovery in the development of recovery plans, effective coping habits, and life skills for navigating recovery.  

Our CRPA’s respond to calls from providers throughout Rockland who are concerned about someone who may be misusing opioids. These providers include hospitals, treatment centers, residential programs, police, emergency medical units, libraries, etc.

Make a connection over the phone with a CRPA and allow someone with personal experience to help you get started today. Call 845-472-iCan (4226) for more information.

Recovery Services: Meet the Director!

Nadine A. McKenzie, MFT, CASAC-Advanced Counselor, Acting Director of Recovery Services, has always had the ability to connect with others. “It has been said I feel so comfortable talking to you”. This is a phrase that I have heard from my early teenage years until the present.  It didn’t mean much until my days as a secretary of the Headache Unit in the Bronx, New York. It was there that I found myself on the phone with clients who felt that they were on the edge of life. The simple grace to connect with someone and give them hope for another day, was and continues to be priceless.”

Recovery Services is here to help you through your journey recovering from alcohol and/or chemical dependence. Nadine and her team provide individual, family and group counseling, and support you as you pursue new beginnings.

To find the right program for you or your loved one, contact 845-472-iCan (4226).