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120th Anniversary

Greenwich House will celebrate our 120 years of serving the community this fall. This milestone will allow us to: reflect on our 12 decades of enriching the lives of the children, adults, and older adults in this beautiful community: thank

120th Anniversary Benefit

  Join us for dinner and cocktails, music, and celebration to mark Greenwich House’s 120 years of service, support, and enrichment.   honoring For their leadership and service to the Greenwich House community over two decades.     Roy Leavitt,

Shontel Arnold

Shontel Arnold, joined the Greenwich House MMTP team in January of 2022 as a Counselor. She has worked in the field of Substance abuse over 12 years and has experience in several modalities; Outpatient, Rehab, Detox and of course Methadone. She

Ruben Torres

Ruben Torres joined Greenwich House MMTP team in 2020 as a Certified Peer Recovery Advocate (CPRA). Ruben’s lived experience with Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and his passion for helping people on their road to recovery inspires many of clients and

Hani Members

Hani Members is Chief Physician Assistant at Greenwich House MMTP. She is a graduate of Touro College School of Health Sciences with 14 years of experience working with individuals with substance use disorders. She specializes in treating individuals with opioid

Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program

  September is National Recovery Month   For the past five decades, MMTP has helped thousands of individuals with Substance Use Disorder regain control of their lives and make much better choices. Whether you or your loved ones seek to

Dealing with Community Grief

  In the wake of recent tragic events in Buffalo and Texas, individuals and communities are experiencing and re-experiencing grief and trauma. In response to the collective need for healing, we have compiled some resources that may be helpful to you

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

During May, Greenwich House joins the national movement to raise awareness about mental health. Our Center for Resiliency and Wellness works to fight stigma, provide support, educate the public and advocate for policies that support people with mental illness and

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