CoveCare Center in the News
LOCALLY SOURCED is a community volunteer produced public access TV program hosted by Armanda Famiglietti. This local cable television program showcases individuals and organizations in Putnam County NY and the mid-Hudson Valley region. Armanda has partnered with CoveCare Center and other non-profit organizations to provide visibility to their mission, services and issues. CoveCare Center is extremely grateful to Armanda for generously dedicating her time to showcase our broad range of services over a bi-monthly series. These broadcasts enable CoveCare Center to educate the public regarding mental health, substance use, and social and emotional issues while also creating awareness of the services the agency has to offer to address those issues. Read More.
CoveCare Center is pleased to announce that Susan Edelstein has joined its management team as Director of Development. Read More.
Many thanks to the Mental Health Association in Putnam (MHA) for a beautiful morning of recognizing community members who have made outstanding contributions to the field of mental health. Read More.
CoveCare Center recently hosted its 9th Annual Adult Spelling Bee, with local businesses, organizations, and residents coming together for a fun night of spirited competition to support the agency and its many services. Read More.
CoveCare Center invites the community, including local businesses, organizations, and residents, to its 9th Annual Spelling Bee. Read More.
CoveCare Center is pleased to welcome Karen B. Pilner and John J. Rock to its Board of Directors. Read More.
CoveCare Center is pleased to introduce its new Advisory Council, a group of dedicated members of the community who support CoveCare Center’s mission and are committed to actively furthering the agency’s growth and ongoing success. Read More.
CoveCare Center is pleased to welcome Suzanne Fregien to its Board of Directors. Read More.
CoveCare Center and the Mental Health Association in Putnam (MHA) have formed an affiliation that will leverage the strengths of both organizations in order to continue and grow the robust mental health services available to residents of Putnam and neighboring counties. Read More.
A community partnership brought Putnam County youth and their families together for a night filled with food, fun and festivities. Read More.