YES Community Counseling Center has received 5 years  of grant funding from the Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (SAMSHA)  to implement a new program to enhance and expand Treatment and Recovery Services for Adolescents and their families across Nassau County.

BRIDGES – “Building Resources for Individuals to Develop, Guide, Encourage, and Support” Program.   


“When it was recently announced that longtime YES Community Counseling Center Executive Director Jamie Bogenshutz was stepping down from her position after 40 years, the nonprofit community-based organization didn’t have to look far for an heir apparent. Next in line is current YES Associate Director Adrienne LoPresti, who has been with YES since 1997—when she joined as an intern and then moved to full-time status after obtaining her BSW at Marist College and Master’s in Social Work from Adelphi University….”                        ….Massapequa Observer

YES’ Board of Directors and Staff presented Jamie Bogenshutz, YES Executive Director of 40 years with building plaques in her honor. Her legacy will continue!
Pictured: Board Members, Stephen Parmiter,
Donald Patane and Patrick Kuster
with Jamie Bogenshutz and Adrienne LoPresti

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