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May 8, 2017

When is Enough, Enough? Ethics in Health Care.

Presenter Kristie Golden, Ph.D., will lead this three hour workshop that covers the basics of ethics, as well as dive deeper into specific situations we may encounter as behavioral health care providers. Participants will learn about how ethical considerations enter into day-to-day interactions.

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July 21, 2017

Soldier Ride: Babylon

Please support Soldier Ride Babylon on July 21, 2017 and honor the brave men and women who served our country by cycling with them on their journey to recovery. Proceeds will be split between the Wounded Warrior Project and Suffolk County United Veterans.

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Peer Support Goes Mobile

MHAW is partnering with a tech firm to better reach those pursuing recovery from emotional distress — including Veterans — on Long Island. According to C.E.O. Michael Stoltz, “We hope to reach people who need help and support by utilizing the same technology that has enabled their isolation."

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Stoltz Elected Co-Chair of Regional Mental Health Consortium

MHAW C.E.O. Michael Stoltz will help facilitate collaboration that promotes problem solving and system improvement for the integration of mental health, addiction treatment services, and physical healthcare in Nassau County and Suffolk County.

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June 10, 2017

4th Annual Veteran and Family Day of Wellness

A host of free activities for Veterans and their families dealing with post-service transition issues. Children are welcome! Breakfast and lunch will be served. Walk-ins are welcome, however the first 100 people to register will receive a Dwyer Project Day of Wellness commemorative t-shirt.

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July 16, 2017

5th Annual Kick Stands Up Motorcycle Poker Run and Car Show for Homeless Veterans

Co-Hosted by: Founding Sons Law Enforcement/Military Motorcycle Club and Impressive and Aggressive Motor Club. Free Admission to the Public. Veterans and their families from across Long Island come together for this annual event to support Suffolk County United Veterans.

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