CoveCare Center Events
About the Bee…The 2020 CoveCare Spelling Bee has been Canceled. Click read more to help us continue to support our community. Read More.
Held at Vittoria’Z on the Lake on October 18, the event included dinner, dancing to the music of Tony T Entertainment featuring The City Express Band, and a lively silent auction. Proceeds from the event directly support CoveCare Center’s wide range of services and the agency’s ability to continue to offer accessible and affordable care to all in need in the lower Hudson Valley. Read More
Friday, October 18th at Vittoria’Z on the Lake in Jefferson Valley, NY at 6:30pm
Mark your calendars! CoveCare Center invites you to join us and all those who, through their hope and hard work, are empowered to change and find the quality of life that they hope for and deserve! Read More
CoveCare Center’s 2nd Annual Pride Clinic was a great success, with more than 100 members of the community in attendance. Read More.
“The Power of Grassroots Advocacy” and “The Promise of Pioneering Service Innovations” were the main topics presented and discussed throughout the afternoon. Read More.
A community partnership brought Putnam County youth and their families together for a night filled with food, fun and festivities. Read More.
Many thanks to all of the staff, partners and supporters who joined us to celebrate our CEO Diane E. Russo and “A Life Dedicated to Service.” Click here to read more and view photos from the event. Read More
Join CoveCare Center as we honor our CEO, Diane Russo, for her 30 years of dedicated service in the Lower Hudson Valley. On October 12th, 2018, we will gather at our Annual IMAGINE Award Dinner Dance to celebrate Diane’s contribution to our community and mission over the last 30 years.
We recently held a reception to rename our Great Room and to thank the many community partners who supported the renovation. Now known as Toni’s Room, the space honors longtime employee Antoinette “Toni” Handrik. Read More.
CoveCare Center recently hosted a LGBTQ+ Pride Day, with decorated booths and activities that focused on topics such as mental health and substance use issues within the LGBTQ+ population; pronouns and gender identity language; the history of the Pride movement; and LGBTQ+ families. Read More.