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Caring for the Caregivers

Rosalyn Retkwa on Jun 18, 2015

In the absence of a cure, most of the chapter’s efforts are focused on providing support and services to the people who care for the estimated quarter-million people with Alzheimer’s in New York City.

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Making the Most of Our Media World

Jun 15, 2015

There is no question: Media is an incredibly powerful force in our society. In fact, some researchers estimate that more than half of our cultural perceptions come from what we see, hear and read in the media. This influence is bound to become stronger still with the increasing prevalence of social and digital outlets.

CEO Corner: Charles A. Archer

Jeff Stein on Jun 19, 2015

Charles A. Archer is the co-founder and CEO of The THRIVE Network, the new iteration of the Evelyn Douglin Center for Serving People in Need, which offers services to clients with intellectual and dev…

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The Perils of Partial Funding

Susan Dreyfus on Jun 22, 2015

During a visit to a community-based nonprofit organization earlier this year, I learned that the organization has a proven approach to increasing a child’s experience of permanency while in foster car…

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Serving Dual-Diagnosed Youth

Jeff Stein on Jun 18, 2015

On a picturesque 33-acre former farm overlooking the Hudson River, some of New York’s most vulnerable adolescents receive comprehensive and structured care from an organization that aims to provide pr…

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The Rebrand Effect

Sarah Durham on Jun 23, 2015

Back in 2012, Phipps CDC, a 40-year-old human services organization in the South Bronx, was struggling to communicate clearly, consistently and effectively. Target audiences, particularly potential cl…

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