2023 Imagine Gala – IMAGINE…The Courage to Make Change

Please support our Annual Imagine Gala – Honoring Commissioner Michael J. Piazza
Friday, November 3rd, 2023 at Salem Golf Club in North Salem, NY ~ 6:00pm
Join us and all those who, through their commitment and hard work, are empowered to change and find the quality of life that they deserve! Read More

Help youth in our community make healthy memories this summer!

Summer… the season to kick back, get outside, and make memories. While this may evoke images of carefree, happy children and families, there can be more to it than meets the eye. As you may be aware, we are in the middle of a mental health crisis that is affecting all generations but has been especially devastating to our youth. Young people are grappling with a multitude of challenges and need our help now more than ever!Read More.

Social Worker Mental Health Clinic

The Social Worker shall use psychotherapeutic skills in the provision of clinical and case management services to people with mental illness and other co-occurring disorders and shall establish and maintain contact with professionals and family advocates in the community for the purpose of maximizing services for clients. Read More


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Prevention Inspiring Art

Our Prevention Team works diligently in the Putnam County schools, implementing Evidence-Based Curriculums to prevent substance and alcohol use and teach social and emotional learning skills. They also inspire art from the students they work with and were touched to receive this beautiful piece from a Mahopac student as a “thank you” for what they do. “This is beyond moving to us”, commented Barbara Naccari-Mueller, CoveCare Prevention Educator. “Gestures like these motivates us to keep reaching students.”



“CoveCare provides a tremendous amount of mental health services for the people who live in and around Putnam County,” said Byrne. “I am proud to announce that, this past legislative session, we were able to identify and secure funding to assist CoveCare in moving forward with several capital improvements needed in their Carmel facility. I am eager to see them complete their plans to make improvements that will enhance soundproofing for client privacy, and update both the facility’s flooring and bathrooms. Mental health care is health care, and it is critical we provide workers and patients with safe and modern working conditions.”

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