Audrey Goodman, community relations coordinator; Flora Beinstock, chief clinical officer; Dominick Minerva, Chamber president; Herrick Lipton, chief executive officer; Adam Pickman, business development representative; Cecily Haramis, supervisor of the Chemical Dependency Unit and Kathy Shmitt, director of the Alzheimer Day Program attended an in-house luncheon at New Horizon Counseling Center.
Courtesy New Horizon Counseling Center
Over 60 guests from local hospitals, schools, businesses, houses of worship and other local non-profit organizations attended an in-house luncheon for a presentation on the services and programs New Horizon Counseling Center provides to the community.
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