The Harris Project is a 501 c3 charitable organization

Events

Upcoming Events

December 6, 2018: the harris project presentation. New Rochelle High School. Closed event.

November 27, 2018: 2 presentations. 9-11am & 7-9pm. Details to follow

November 17, 2018: Community conversation on co-occurring disorders: awareness and empowerment. Presentation and opportunity to meet community organizations and providers. In collaboration with State Senator Jamal Bailey and other community partners. 9am – 1pm, Doles Center, 250 S 6th Avenue, Mt. Vernon, NY.

November 13 & 14: Co-Occurring Disorders 7 county Regional Forum with Dr. Ken Minkoff. Closed event.

November 7, 2018: Health Fair at Westchester Community College. 10:30am – 1pm. Mental Health event Beth El Synagogue Center. New Rochelle 7:15pm.

November 6, 2018: Youth Mental Health First Aid training with Stephanie Marquesano. New Rochelle School District. Closed event.

Past Events

October 28, 2018: Harvest Festival to benefit the harris project. SUNY Oneonta. 1 – 4 pm, Neahwa Park, 95 River Street, Oneonta NY

October 23, 2018:  NAMI Westchester Annual Education Event: “What Matters to You: Promotion and understanding of community services for people with Co-Occurring Disorders.” Presenters: Damara Gutnick, M.D., Medical Director, Montefiore Hudson Valley Collaborative; Michael Orth, Commissioner, Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health and Stephanie Marquesano, founder, the harris project. 6 – 8 pm, Mercy College, Mercy Hall (Rotunda), 555 Broadway, Dobbs Ferry, NY Tickets

October 22: the harris project presentation. Pelham Memorial High School. Closed event.

October 18: Putnam County Public Health Summit: Moving forward…together. A collaborative approach to community health planning. THP presentation on Community Partnerships and Co-Occurring System of Care. 8:30am-1:00pm, Putnam County Hospital Center

October 3, 2018: the harris project presentation. 7 pm Monroe-Woodbury SEPTA, Central Valley Elementary School, Central Valley, NY

October 3, 2018: the harris project presentation. Closed event. SUNY Purchase Athletics

October 2, 2018: Change the Conversation: A Panel Discussion for the Community. 7pm Archbishop Stepinac HS Auditorium, White Plains, NY

October 1, 2018: the harris project presentation. Stress Success & Teenage Setbacks Series. 7pm Arch Street Teen Center. Greenwich CT

September 30, 2018: Out of the Shadows: Co-Occurring Disorders Awareness Walk at Pace University. Registration 2:15pm, Walk 3 pm. Football Field at the Ianniello Field House. Pleasantville Campus. 861 Bedford Rd, Pleasantville, NY (more information here).

September 20, 2018: Change the Conversation: A Panel Discussion on Opioids in Our Community. Keynote Stephanie Marquesano. 6 pm White Plains Hospital Auditorium.

September 18: Putnam County COSOCC meeting

September 17, 2018: NYS Mid-Hudson Regional Planning Consortium Board meeting

September 6, 2018: Westchester County COSOCC meeting

September 5, 2018: Ulster County COSOCC meeting

August 31, 2018: the harris project presentation. Closed event. University of Bridgeport, Athletic Department

August 29, 2018: the harris project presentation. Closed event. Putnam County One Army Addiction Task Force

August 28, 2018: Party with a Purpose. Open to SUNY Purchase students. Event sponsored by Generocksity, SUNY Purchase Alumni Foundation in collaboration with the Purchase Wellness Center. All proceeds to benefit the harris project

August 23, 2018: the harris project presentation. Collegiate Alliance for Student Success and Prevention. 3 – 4pm. SUNY Purchase Wellness Center. 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, NY

 July 31, 2018: the harris project presentation. The Guidance Center of Westchester: Navigating the Maze of Adolescent Co-Occurring Disorders.  6-7:30pm. 256 Washington Street, Mt. Vernon, NY

July 31, 2018: the harris project presentation. Mercy College Higher Education Opportunity Program. 3-4pm. Mercy College Bronx Campus. 1200 Waters Place, Bronx, NY

July 30, 2018: the harris project presentation. Mercy College Higher Education Opportunity Program. 3-4pm. Mercy College Dobbs Ferry Campus. 555 Broadway, Dobbs Ferry, NY

July 30, 2018: the harris project presentation. Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle, camper event. 79 7thStreet, New Rochelle, NY

July 12, 2018:  Putnam County COSOCC meeting

July 10, 2018: PNW BOCES Regional Leadership Insititute. Stephanie Marquesano facilitated Ed Camp Sessions for school administrators. Brewster High School. 50 Foggintown Road, Brewster NY

 June 28, 2018: India Hicks fundraiser for the harris project & co-occurring disorders awareness evening. Boulder Ridge Club House, Scarsdale, NY

June 28, 2018: Westchester COSOCC meeting

June 25, 2018: the harris project presentation. Riverside High School, Yonkers, NY

June 22, 2018: YMHFA training, Peekskill School District.

 June 20, 2018: the harris project presentation. Sponsored by NAMI Westchester. 7-8;30pm. St. Vincent’s Hospital. 275 North Street, Harrison, NY

May 25, 2018: Valhalla High School Peer Leadership Awareness & Fundraiser to benefit the harris project Amount raised: $5000

May 18, 2018: the harris project presentation. Westchester County Psychological Association Clinical Division. Scarsdale High School

May 17, 2018: the harris project presentation. Volunteer NY! RSVP Board. Tarrytown, NY

May 15, 2018: PNW BOCES Fox Meadow High School presentation to the PNW BOCES Board, Yorktown Heights, NY

May 14, 2018: the harris project presentation. Vallhalla School District Community Event

May 9, 2018: PNW BOCES Co-Occurring Disorders In Schools Regional Planning Forum, featuring DCMH Commissioner Michael Orth, PNW BOCES Director of Guidance and Child Study Center Neil Boyle, and the harris project founder, Stephanie Marquesano

May 7, 2018: DCMH and Westchester COSOCC Forum on Co-Occurring Systems of Care, Westchester County Center

May 6, 2018: the harris project presentation. Families Together NYS Annual Forum. Albany, NY

May 2, 2018: MHA Putnam County, Special Recognition Breakfast, Mildred Smith Advocacy Award presented to the harris project founder, Stephanie Marquesano

April 30, 2018: Stress, Success & Teenage Setbacks – How To Cope, Arch Street Teen Center, Greenwich CT

April 28, 2018: Westchester Community College, Out of the Darkness, Suicide Prevention Walk

April 22, 2018: the harris project presentation. Holy Innocents Church community event. Pleasantville NY

April 20, 2018: Volunteer New York! Spirit Awards Breakfast. New Rochelle High School CODA Club and the harris project founder, Stephanie Marquesano, honored with the Spirit Award in Education & Literacy

April 6, 2018: the harris project presentation. Foster grandparents hosted by Volunteer NY RSVP program. New Rochelle, NY

April 1-15, 2018: CODA Week celebrations in Westchester County public high schools & Greenwich High School in Greenwich CT