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CELEBRATING FORTY-TWO YEARS OF OPENING DOORS TO

THE FUTURE FOR LONG ISLAND CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

HISPANIC COUNSELING CENTER

OCTOBER 4, 2019

CREST HOLLOW COUNTRY CLUB

WOODBURY, NEW YORK


OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS

PLATINUM HONOREE

Maria Torroella Carney, MD

GOLD HONOREE

People’s United Bank

SILVER HONOREE

Jacqueline Delmont, MD, MBA, FACP

SILVER HONOREE

Anthony J. Santella, DrPH, MPH, MCHES

RECEPTION SPONSOR

FedEx Express

ENTERTAINMENT SPONSOR

NYU Winthrop Hospital

DIGITAL SPONSOR

Healthfirst

MARKETING SPONSOR

Truetox Laboratories

CENTERPIECE SPONSOR

Advanced Data Systems Corporation

EIHAB

TCI Technologies

VALET PARKING SPONSOR

Carpets and Us

Community Care Rx

Lehman Flynn Vollaro CPA’s P.C.

National Grid

CORPORATE SUPPORTER

Constellation Brands

Crest Hollow Country Club

Fat Guy Media

Fidelis Care

Fleury Design

Golf Event Planning

Henry Schein

Hispanic Counseling Center

Board of Directors

Hispanic Counseling Center Staff

Hofstra University School of Health

Professional and Human Services

Knockout Pest Control, Inc.

CORPORATE SUPPORTER (continued)

Lerner, Arnold, Winston, LLP

Moritt Hock & Hamroff

BUSINESS SUPPORTER

Calagero’s Restaurant

Condon O’Meara McGinty & Donnelly

Connor Group

The Law Offices of

Frederick K. Brewington

Long Island FQHC, Inc.

Maria Schwartz, PC

Dave Serrano and George Grubb

Traditional Air Conditioning

SUNY Old Westbury

PARTNER SUPPORTER

Advantage Care

Eagle Sanitation

Long Island EOC

LMN Printing

Marbella Restaurant

Public Health Solutions

ASSOCIATE SUPPORTER

AHF Pharmacy

BK Fire Suppression


WELCOME TO THE

HISPANIC COUNSELING CENTER’S

CELEBRATING FORTY-TWO YEARS OF OPENING DOORS TO

THE FUTURE FOR LONG ISLAND CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

HONORING

MARIA TORROELLA CARNEY, MD

Medical Director, Post-Acute Services

Chief, Geriatric and Palliative Medicine

Northwell Health

PEOPLE’S UNITED BANK

JACQUELINE DELMONT, MD, MBA, FACP

Delmont Medical Care

Delmont Healthcare Consultants

ANTHONY J. SANTELLA, OCTOBER 20, 2017 DrPH, MPH, MCHES

Associate CREST Professor HOLLOW COUNTRY of Public CLUB Health

School of Health WOODBURY, Professions NEW and YORKHuman Services

Hofstra University


A MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD PRESIDENT

Welcome and thank you for joining us for an evening of

gratitude and celebration!

Tonight we applaud the accomplishments of our four

exceptional Honorees and celebrate 42 years of exemplary

community service by the Hispanic Counseling Center.

It has been my pleasure to serve as the Gala Chair for

the past six years. My involvement as a volunteer and

Board Member and recently elected Board President for

the Hispanic Counseling Center is an honor and a most

rewarding experience. I am humbled to volunteer for

this extraordinary organization which provides such

needed and vital services to the Long Island community.

I hold the highest regard for CEO Gladys Serrano and the entire HCC staff, all of whom work

on a daily basis to make miracles, big and small, happen at this wonderful agency for the

community that we serve.

You may not be aware, but the Annual Gala is the agency’s principal fundraising event of the

year. Your attendance and support are greatly appreciated and help the HCC continue to

provide programs such as the After School Program and the Teen Center that the community

so desperately needs. Tonight we want to recognize and celebrate all of the people who make

HCC special, its generous supporters, its special staff members, volunteers; and with special

recognition to CEO Gladys Serrano.

I would like to thank the Gala Committee for their tireless support and commitment to this

event. Their willingness and responsiveness to support the Gala is remarkable, and most

appreciated, and has made my job as Gala Chairperson an easy one. Many, many thanks are

extended to everyone for giving of their time and energy in planning for this event.

Please enjoy this wonderful evening! Thank you for being part of the 42nd Annual HCC Gala!

Nanette Malebranche

FedEx

Managing Director

Tri-State District

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A MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Dear Friends,

This evening we celebrate 42 years of dedicated service by the Hispanic

Counseling Center to the Long Island community.

I am very happy and proud to be part of this wonderful organization

which is a critical resource for the Long Island community. On a daily basis,

HCC serves many families, individuals, and children who experience

circumstances that impede success in their lives. We hear so many

testimonials from our clients, telling us how their lives have changed

so positively after they received services at the Hispanic Counseling

Center. As we enter the 42nd year, we will continue with the same

enthusiasm to continue creating and expanding programs that are

most beneficial for our clients.

Among HCC’s great strengths are the value that is placed on partnerships and our commitment to serve as

a necessary and continued support to the many systems in Nassau County which often seek the resources

that are found at HCC.

I am thankful for these ongoing partnerships and I am grateful that HCC is included as a well-respected

partnering agency in various grants and projects that help expand the reach of HCC programs such as

domestic violence, gang prevention, drug and alcohol treatment, education, and parent training.

Underlying the success of these and all HCC initiatives is the hard work, creativity, and wonderful support

from the entire staff of HCC. The HCC team constantly strives to provide the best quality of service and

maintains strict compliance with all local and state regulations, which ensures that HCC is consistently

awarded the maximum level of certification possible during program audits.

I would like to thank the Honorees, and the Sponsors and Underwriters for their support in making this a

most successful fundraising event. I wish to thank the Board of Directors for their continued support in

helping HCC achieve its current goals and for supporting the agency in its future growth; our Fundraising

Chair, Nanette Malebranche, for helping HCC achieve a very successful Fundraising Gala for so many years;

the members of the Gala Planning Committee for their contributions to make this evening a great success;

and to Mary Mirabito, the Director of Development, for raising our levels of funding and for her dedication

in organizing this beautiful 42nd Annual Gala.

In closing, I wish to express my deep thanks and appreciation to all of our guests for joining with us today —

your presence strengthens HCC, and to all of the staff of the Hispanic Counseling Center for their professionalism

and extraordinary dedication in serving our clients and in helping HCC to achieve its goals.

Gladys Serrano, LCSW

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MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Hispanic Counseling Center

is to enhance the strengths of Long Island’s families and children

through bilingual, bicultural counseling, prevention, vocational, and

educational services to enrich their lives, foster economic independence,

and nurture dreams for the generations to come.

ORGANIZATIONAL PROFILE

Hispanic Counseling Center (HCC) promotes family and community wellness with a fully bilingual/

bicultural staff and a network of interrelated services including licensed behavioral health treatment.

HCC supports the recovery of the individual, and the entire family system, in a single point of entry.

HCC has offices in Hempstead and Bay Shore that provide treatment and prevention for chemical

dependency, mental health and many youth and family programs, serving more than 1,500 clients

per month across the agency in 2018. HCC is the only agency in Nassau County licensed by the state

to provide these services in a fully bilingual, bicultural setting—an environment of hope and encouragement

for families and individuals working toward a constructive, self-sustaining way of life.

Services are available to all, regardless of race, ethnicity, or ability to pay.

HCC was originally established in 1977 by the Nassau County Department of Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Services and the Nassau County Youth Board to provide substance abuse treatment services and

services for children and adolescents in response to the county’s growing Hispanic population. The

agency has grown over the years, adding programs to respond to the community’s most urgent

needs. Through individual, group, and family counseling, educational workshops, case management,

support groups, family activities, after-school tutoring and enrichment, summer camp, crisis intervention,

and prevention programs for at-risk youth, clients can receive multiple services for themselves

and their families. Since its inception, HCC has been a beacon of hope for many immigrants

and their families who have come to Long Island seeking to make a better life for themselves and for

their families.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND GALA COMMITTEE

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

PRESIDENT

VICE PRESIDENT

SECRETARY

TREASURER

Nanette Malebranche

FedEx

Dilcia Granville, Ph.D.

Elizabeth Alford

David H. Stonehill, Esq.

David Stonehill, PC

BOARD MEMBERS

Carlos M. Hernandez

LDI Color Toolbox

Henry Holley

The Holley Group

Stephanie Meier

NYU Winthrop Hospital

Judith Quinnonez

Henry Schein

George Santiago, Jr., Ph.D.

Accreditation Associates

Cheryl D. M. Vanek

Vanek Trust

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Gladys Serrano, LCSW

GALA COMMITTEE

GALA CHAIRPERSON

Nanette Malebranche

FedEx, HCC Board

COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Elizabeth Alford

HCC Board

Dilcia Granville, Ph.D.

HCC Board

Mary Mirabito

Hispanic Counseling Center

Alice Soliwoda

FedEx

Sonia Berrios Villanueva, MPA

Nassau University

Medical Center

Claudia Boyle

Hispanic Counseling Center

Elizabeth Custodio

People’s United Bank

Carlos Hernandez

LDI Color Toolbox,

HCC Board

Stephanie Meier

NYU Winthrop Hospital,

HCC Board

Judith Quinnonez

Henry Schein,

HCC Board

Judith Santiago

Hispanic Counseling Center

Juana Silverio

National Grid

Tatyana Soliwoda

Adelphi University

David Stonehill, Esq.

David Stonehill, PC,

HCC Board

Cheryl D. M. Vanek

Vanek Trust,

HCC Board

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THE HISPANIC COUNSELING CENTER, INC.

The Hispanic Counseling Center (HCC) is a multi-service agency with culturally competent, fully

bilingual/bicultural treatment and prevention services for chemical dependency, mental illness,

and youth and family services. The agency was established in 1977 by the Nassau County Department

of Drug and Alcohol Addiction to provide substance abuse services to a growing Latino population

in Nassau County. Services are available to anyone, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or economic

status; no one in need is turned away due to an inability to pay or for lack of insurance. Programs

include Mental Health; Chemical Dependency; Youth and Family Services; Child and Family Respite

Support Services; Supported Housing for the Mentally Ill; Domestic Violence Prevention; Teen

Drop-In Center; and Mental Health Programs for People with HIV/AIDS.

Since its inception, HCC has grown from one program and four staff in a 600 square foot rental

office, to ownership of a 38,000 square foot modern facility with more than eight programs serving

over 1,500 clients monthly, with 75 employees.

HCC has the proud distinction of being the only agency in the region which is licensed by both the

NY State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) and the NY State Office of

Mental Health (OMH) to provide bilingual, bicultural behavioral health services. In 1986 HCC was

licensed by OASAS to provide substance abuse treatment, prevention, and education services, and

alcohol abuse treatment. In 1990, HCC was licensed by OMH to operate the first bilingual/bicultural

mental health outpatient treatment clinic in Nassau County.

HCC’s current budget is just over $6.5 million, with nearly half of the budget designated for mandated

and contracted services as part of New York State funding to the agency, for the provision of mental

health and chemical dependency services. Referrals are made to HCC in a variety of ways: the

agency works closely with local hospitals and mental health outpatient clinics which refer patients

under their care; with Nassau County agencies including the Department of Social Services, Child

Protection Services, Family Court, the District Court, and the Probation Department; other social

service agencies; local school districts including Freeport, Hempstead, Mineola, Uniondale, and

Westbury; with churches and religious institutions, and with attorneys and medical providers.

HCC is well recognized in the Long Island community and throughout New York State, and continues

to serve as a model for other agencies. Agency programs demonstrate a high utilization and completion

rate; the agency consistently meets funders’ expectations; and the agency has historically been

re-licensed for the maximum length of time. In addition to being recognized by regulating agencies

and other social service providers, HCC is held in high regard by its target audience, the Hispanic and

minority community population. The Hispanic Counseling Center continues to be a beacon of hope

for those in need. Like those we serve, HCC continues the journey, with hope and faith in our mission.

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TIMELINE AND HISTORY

1977

The Hispanic Counseling Center is established

by the Nassau County Department of Drug and

Alcohol Addiction Services to provide substance abuse treatment

services to Nassau County’s growing Hispanic population.

1979

The Nassau County Youth Board awards funding

to the Hispanic Counseling Center for Prevention

Education, and Counseling services to limited English speaking

youth and their families.

1986

HCC is licensed by New York State to become

Nassau County’s first bilingual, bicultural alcohol

and drug rehabilitation clinic.

1987

1989

After school homework help and tutoring

sessions are available to all school age children.

1992

The Six week Summer Program begins for

children ages 7-12.

HCC is awarded a second license from New

York State, to open a mental health outpatient

clinic offering counseling, therapy, and treatment.

1993

The Supported Housing Program is inaugurated,

to assist mentally ill clients experiencing

difficulty in obtaining adequate housing.

1994

1995

The English as a Second Language Program

is made available to all HCC clients.

Respite, a Children and Family Support Services

Program, is established to help families who

have children with serious emotional problems and who need

information, counseling, support, and respite services.

1996

The Domestic Violence Program is created in

response to an overwhelming demand by the

legal system, and to fill a gap in therapeutic services available

to both victims and perpetrators.

1998

The HCBS Waiver Program is established to

provide in-home services to developmentally

disabled adults and children; The Literacy Program is

designed to teach adults how to read and write in Spanish; and

The Early intervention Program is initiated which targets

children ages 0-3 and their families, for social work services

at HCC and in the home.

1999

The Medicaid Service Coordination Program

begins which provides assistance to developmentally

disabled adults and children ages three and older

through case management allowing them to live at home with

their families, rather than in an institutional setting.

2001

2003

Teen Drop-In Center begins.

2008

program.

2011

Ryan White Mental Health Program for People

with HIV/AIDS begins.

HCC moves to the new building that will

become the agency’s permanent home; and The

HCC purchases the building adjacent building

to its main site to expand the Mental Health

The Kinship program begins, to provide support

to grandparents while parents are incarcerated

or are deported.

2012

2014

2017

2017

for clients in need.

2018

Project Hope starts, providing crisis counseling

after Super Storm Sandy.

Super Storm Sandy Program provides multiservice

support to storm victims.

Care Coordination under Health Homes begins,

to provide case management to clients in need.

Mental Health Clinic Crisis Stabilization

Services begins, to provide intensive services

Empire State After School Program begins, to

provide tutoring for Hempstead High School

students and parent education classes. ESPRI Poverty Reduction

Project starts, a program of Community Health Workers

providing health care education and outreach, and facilitating

referrals, in the Village of Hempstead. The Partners in Prevention

Program (PIP) begins, to provide opioid education

and prevention services in after school settings in four Long

Island school districts.

2019

The Teen Drop In Center After School Program

institutes a STEM Program developed by Hofstra

University to engage students in science, technology, engineering,

and math.

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PLATINUM HONOREE

MARIA TORROELLA CARNEY, MD

Medical Director, Post-Acute Services

Chief, Geriatric and Palliative Medicine

Northwell Health

Dr. Maria Torroella Carney is an internist, geriatrician, and palliative care physician with clinical, administrative,

and public health experience. She is currently Medical Director for Post-Acute Services, Chief of the Division of Geriatrics

and Palliative Medicine at Northwell Health, and an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Donald and Barbara

Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell.

Dr. Carney received her medical degree at New York Medical College, carried out her residency training in Internal

Medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and completed a research-oriented fellowship in

Geriatric Medicine at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. She has dedicated most of her career to

the care and advocacy for older adults and vulnerable populations.

She was commissioner of the Nassau County Department of Health on Long Island serving a population of 1.3 million

residents from 2008-2011. She is the first known physician with a specialty in Geriatric Medicine to serve as commissioner

of a health department in New York State. She effectively addressed major challenges including the 2010 H1N1 influenza

response, for which she received the BOCES (Board of Cooperative Education Services) Nassau County Council of

Superintendents’ Award and New York State Association of County Health Officials’ Public Health Professional of the

Year Award. Her career focus has been to promote longevity and educate, advocate, and care for the most vulnerable

in society. She is currently focusing on making Northwell an Age-Friendly Health System. Her efforts recently garnered

attention in August of this year when she was included in the Crain’s New York Business Notable Women in Health

Care of 2019 list.

She is a fellow in the American College of Physicians and New York Academy of Medicine.

Dr. Carney is a first generation American. Her parents, both Cuban, immigrated to the United States in 1960. She was

born in New York City, raised in Texas and New York, the youngest of four children. She is married and has three

grown children: Grace, Joseph, and Claire.

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GOLD HONOREE

PEOPLE’S UNITED BANK

People’s United Bank, N.A. is a subsidiary of People’s United Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ: PBCT), a diversified

financial services company with more than $51 billion in assets. Founded in 1842, People’s United Bank is a

premier, community-based, regional Northeast bank with more than 5,500 employees offering commercial

and retail banking, as well as wealth management services.

We have a network of over 400 retail locations in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, New

Hampshire and Maine, including our over 148 convenient Stop & Shop branch locations in Connecticut and

New York, offering full-service, extended hour banking, seven days a week.

Services throughout our extensive branch network include well-designed and affordable banking products,

and a remarkable array of bank-supported activities including homeowner advocacy, mortgage counseling,

nonprofit board membership, loan and investment committee membership, and volunteerism by our

engaged workforce in all banking offices throughout our six-state footprint. Our community relations

and philanthropic activities are coordinated to provide the best combination of banking expertise and

corporate citizenship.

For more than 175 years, People’s United Bank has been an active member of the communities where we

live and work, and a strong philanthropic partner committed to investing time and money to meet the

needs of individuals, families, businesses, and entire communities.

Our Foundations are deeply rooted in our communities and are committed to investing in the financial

health and well-being of our neighbors through charitable giving and our community outreach programs.

In 2018 we made $8.2 million in charitable contributions, 31,000 employee volunteer hours yielding

$883,000 in economic impact and 800 financial education classes.

We take the responsibility to be good neighbors seriously, and are committed to our legacy of giving back

to our communities.

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SILVER HONOREE

JACQUELINE DELMONT, MD, MBA, FACP

Delmont Medical Care

Delmont Healthcare Consultants

Dr. Jacqueline Delmont, MD, M.B.A., a Venezuelan native, is the Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Delmont

Medical Care and Delmont Healthcare Consultants.

Dr. Delmont became Board Certified in Internal Medicine in Venezuela in 1995 and in the United States in 1999. In 2012, she

was selected to participate as a Health IT Fellow in the ONC Health IT Vanguards program. In 2013, Dr. Delmont completed

her master’s degree in Business Administration at Adelphi University.

In 2000, Dr. Delmont founded Delmont Medical Care, a multi-site, multi-specialty, patient-centered medical practice with

20 primary care providers, delivering culturally sensitive, ambulatory, efficient and high-quality medical care to 25,000

underserved populations across Long Island and Queens.

Dr. Delmont’s wide experience makes her an expert on various subjects and as an early adopter of a patient-centered teambased

approach and Electronic Medical Records, she was a pioneer in the field of medical practice transformation and the

Patient Centered Medical Home. As an advocate, Dr. Delmont collaborates with various not-for-profit organizations and

conducts community outreach to create awareness on preventative health, chronic diseases and self-management.

Between 2012 and 2015 Dr. Delmont was the Chief Medical Officer at Beacon Health Partners, a Long Island based Independent

Practice Association and Accountable Care Organization with over 1000 physicians participating in the Medicare

Shared Savings program and commercial payer contracts. As Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Delmont was responsible for care

coordination, disease management, and quality assurance and compliance requirements. In addition, she established and

implemented clinical guidelines and patient-centered medical home transformation.

In July 2019 Dr. Delmont joined SOMOS IPA as the Chief Medical Officer. Together with the leadership team, she is tasked to

develop a modular population health program that can be customized for both full risk and partial risk contracts across the

spectrum of IPAs and lines of business. Dr. Delmont’s experience gives her unique insight into quality healthcare delivery. A

key contribution of Dr. Delmont is bridging the gap between clinical and business elements within the value-based care model.

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SILVER HONOREE

ANTHONY J. SANTELLA, DrPH, MPH, MCHES

Associate Professor of Public Health

School of Health Professions and Human Services

Hofstra University

Dr. Anthony Santella is an Associate Professor of Public Health at Hofstra University

where he teaches in the graduate public health programs and undergraduate community

health and LGBTQ+ studies programs. He serves in leadership positions with the Long

Island Ryan White HIV Planning Council, the American Public Health Association,

and is on the Board of Directors of The HIV League, a nonprofit organization which

provides college scholarships to people living with HIV/AIDS. He also serves on the

editorial board of the journal Plos One.

Dr. Santella is a health services researcher and evaluator specializing in HIV and STI

prevention, sexual health, and dental public health. His research helps improve the

health and well-being of several vulnerable communities including people who are

living with and at risk for HIV/AIDS, gender and sexual minorities, justice-involved

persons, and people who are homeless. His research has been funded by both state

and federal government agencies.

Dr. Santella earned a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences from the University of

Connecticut, a Master of Public Health in Health Policy and Management from Emory

University, a Doctor of Public Health in Health Systems Management from Tulane

University, and an Advanced Certificate in Health Professions Pedagogy and Leadership

from Hofstra University. He is also a Master Certified Health Education Specialist.

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HISPANIC COUNSELING CENTER, INC.

Mental Health

Outpatient

Clinic

Children

Adolescents

Adults

Chemical

Dependency

Outpatient

Clinic

Education,

Prevention

for Adults,

Adolescents,

Families

Domestic

Violence

Batterers

Intervention

Evidence Based

Psychoeducation

for Adults

Care

Coordination

Program

Children

and Adults

with qualifying

diagnosis

(5 years old & up)

Empire

After School

Program

Newly Arrived

High School

Students

and Parents

Psychiatric

Evaluation

Individual,

Group & Family

Sessions

Individual, Group,

Family Sessions

Educational Series

Psychiatric

Assessment

Relapse

Prevention

Group

Individual

Group

Women’s Group

Evidenced Based

Domestic Violence

Psychoeducation

Help with

Benefits and

Entitlements

Home Visits

Advocacy,

Linkages

Education and

Information

ESL, Math

and Literacy

Education and

Information

Prevention

Program

Evidence Based

Education and

Prevention for

Students

Group and

Individual

Education

Evidence Based

Programs

Too Good for Drugs

Life Skills

Nurturing

Parenting

Program

Parenting

Education

Parenting Group

Evidence Based

Program

COLLABORATIVE SYSTEMS

Access VR

Alcohol and Substance Abuse Clinics

(Inpatient, Outpatient, Rehab)

C.K. Post (Inpatient Rehabilitation Center)

Center for Rapid Recovery

Circulo de la Hispanidad

D.M.V. (Department of Motor Vehicles)

Education and Assistance Corporation

EOC of Nassau and Suffolk

Five Towns Community Center

Hempstead District Court

Hempstead Domestic Violence Court

Hempstead Drug Court

Hempstead S.T.E.P. (Court Unit)

Hispanic Brotherhood

HRH Community Health Centers

Integrated Domestic Violence Court (Mineola)

Kingsborough Addictions Center

(Inpatient Rehabilitation Center)

LGBT Network

LIISA – Long Island

Local Government Units

Local Primary Care Physicians and Pediatricians

Local State and Private Colleges and Universities

Long Island Association for AIDS Care (LIAAC)


HISPANIC COUNSELING CENTER, INC.

ESPRI

Community

Health

Connections

Program

Residents

Village of

Hemstead

Family &

Children

Program

Respite

Family

Peer Support

Ryan White

Part A/MAI

Mental Health

Services for

HIV/AIDS

Adult Clients

(Nassau/Suffolk)

Supported

Housing

Permanent

Housing

18 years & up

for the

mentally ill

(SPMI)

Youth & Family

Program

Children

& Families

Outreach

Linkages

Education

Referrals

Individual (Home)

Group (Agency)

Parent Advocacy

Parent Education

Homework Help

Socialization Skills

Supportive Services

for Parents

Long Island County on Alcoholism and Drug

Dependence (LICADD)

Long Island Jewish Women Coalition –

Peninsula chapter

Mental Health Association of Nassau County

Mineola Felony Court

MTA and Able Ride

Nassau and Suffolk County Adult Protective Services

Nassau and Suffolk County Child Protective Services

Nassau and Suffolk County Churches and

Places of Worship

Nassau and Suffolk County Department of

Social Services

Nassau and Suffolk County Health Home Case

Management

Nassau and Suffolk County Hospitals

Nassau and Suffolk County Shelters

Nassau and Suffolk County Social Security

Administration

Nassau and Suffolk Foster Care

Nassau and Suffolk Private Attorneys

Nassau County Adolescent Diversion Program

Nassau County and Suffolk County School Districts

Nassau County Department of Mental Health, Chemical

Dependency and Developmental Disabilities

Nassau County District Attorney’s Office

Nassau County Family Court

Nassau County Group Homes

Individual,

Group & Family

Mental Health

Services

Concrete

Services

Advocacy

Nassau County Office of Youth Services

Permanent

Housing

Home Visits

Life Skills

Advocacy

Nassau County Youth and Safety Coalition

Nassau County P.I.N.S. (Person in Need of

Supervision) Diversion Program

Nassau County Parole Department

Nassau County Police Department

Nassau County Probation Department

Nassau Suffolk Law Services

Nassau University Medical Center (Detox program)

Nassau University Medical Center (LIFQHC)

Neurologists

NUHEALTH Centers

NYS Department of Health

NYS Office of Mental Health

NYS Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services

NYS Office of People with Developmental Disabilities

NYS Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS)

NYS Office of Parks and Recreation

Options for Community Living

Personalized Recovery Oriented Services Program

(PROS)

Planned Parenthood

Private Psychiatrists

SALVA-Domestic Violence Program

Suffolk Project for AIDS Resource Coordination

(SPARC)

The Safe Center of LI

Teen Drop-in

Center

After School

Homework Help

Socialization Skills

Gang Prevention

Activities

Life Skills

Parent Workshops

School Support

Mentoring

Crisis

Intervention

Summer Camp


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THANK YOU


YOUR SUPPORT HELPS HCC PROGRAMS THRIVE


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CONGRATULATIONS

TO THE

HISPANIC COUNSELING CENTER

AND TO THE

2019 GALA HONOREES

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visual identity:

logos

stationery

business cards

communications:

brochures

posters

annual reports

advertisements

invitations

programs

direct mail

signs & displays

web sites

presentations

information graphics

books

magazines

newsletters

...and more

Fleury Design congratulates

Gladys Serrano and the Staff,

Board and Committee of the

Hispanic Counseling Center

on their 42nd Annual Gala.

Heartfelt congratulations

to the Honorees for their

remarkable contributions

to the community.

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The HCC Board of Directors

proudly congratulates

the 2019 Gala Honorees

MARIA TORROELLA CARNEY, MD

Medical Director, Post-Acute Services

Chief, Geriatric and Palliative Medicine

Northwell Health

PEOPLE’S UNITED BANK

JACQUELINE DELMONT, MD, MBA, FACP

Delmont Medical Care

Delmont Healthcare Consultants

ANTHONY J. SANTELLA, DrPH, MPH, MCHES

Associate Professor of Public Health

School of Health Professions and Human Services

Hofstra University

Special Congratulations to Our CEO,

Gladys Serrano,

and the Hispanic Counseling Center Staff,

for 42 years of service to the community!

The Board of Directors

Hispanic Counseling Center Inc.

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The HCC Gala Committee

Proudly Supports the Work of the Hispanic Counseling Center

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT


THANK YOU

The Hispanic Counseling Center

would like to express their appreciation for the

kindness and generosity that each supporter contributed

to making the event such a huge success.

Advanced Data Systems

EIHAB

Henry Holley

People’s United Bank

Advantage Care Health

Centers

AHF Pharmacy

Elizabeth Alford

Blanca Alvayero

Christine Battaglia

Larry Battaglia

Sonia Berrios-Villanueva

BK Fire Suppression

Blum’s Swimwear &

Intimate Apparel

Claudia Boyle

Bradford Portraits

Calogeros Restaurant

Dr. Maria Torroella Carney

Carpets and Us

Cold Spring Country Club

Colonna Management

Community Care Rx

Condon O’Meara McGinty

& Donnelly

Connor Group

Constellation Brands

Crest Hollow Country Club

Elizabeth Custodio

Dr. Jaqueline Delmont

Dos MexiCuban Cantina

Eagle Sanitation

Engineers Country Club

Executive Ground

Transportation

FatGuy Media

FedEx Express

FedEx Office

Fidelis Care

Fleury Design

Golf Event Planning

Dilcia Granville, Ph.D.

HCC Chemical

Dependency Outpatient

Program

HCC Empire State

After-School Program

HCC Health Home Care

Coordination Program

HCC Mental Outpatient

Program

HCC Respite/FPSS Program

HCC Ryan White Program

HCC Supported Housing

Program

HCC Teen Drop-In Center

Healthfirst

Carlos Hernandez

Hispanic Counseling Center

Hispanic Counseling Center

Board of Directors

Hofstra University

School of Health Professions

and Human Services

Hotel Indigo – Long Island

East End

Thomas Jacoberger

Knockout Pest Control, Inc.

Law Offices of

Fredrick K. Brewington

Lehman, Flynn, Vollaro

CPA’s P.C.

Johnathan Lerner

Lerner, Arnold, Winston, LLP

LMN Printing

Long Island EOC

Long Island FQHC, Inc

M. P. Plaza LLC

Nanette Malebranche

Marbella Restaurant

Stephanie Meier

Frank and Elizabeth Minier

Mary Mirabito

Moritt Hock & Hamroff LLP

N Studios, Ltd.

Nancy Iglesias-Gillen

National Grid

NYU Winthrop Hospital

Northwell Health

Oheka Castle

Public Health Solutions

Judith Quinnonez

R. B. Towers LLC

Dr. Jose M. Romero-Bosch

SUNY Old Westbury

Anthony Santella, DrPH

George Santiago Jr., Ph.D.

Judy Santiago

Steven G. Santino and

Retail Banking People’s

United Bank

Henry Schein

Maria Schwartz, PC

David Serrano and

George Grubb

Gladys Serrano

Seventh Street Café

Alice Soliwoda

Tatyanna Soliwoda

David Stonehill, PC

TCI Technologies

Traditional Air Conditioning

Triple Crown Charity

Fundraising

Truetox Laboratories

Tsantos Furs

Maria Vallejo

Cheryl D. M. Vanek


Thank You forAttending the

42nd Annual Gala

We look forward to seeing you

in 2020.


CELEBRATING FORTY-TWO YEARS OF OPENING DOORS TO

THE FUTURE FOR LONG ISLAND CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Hispanic Counseling Center

344 Fulton Avenue

Hempstead, NY 11550

Phone: (516) 538-2613

Fax: (516) 538-2515

Website: www.hispaniccounseling.org

Email: Info@hispaniccounseling.org

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