Local high school student launches imaginative crowdfunding campaign to support Open Door. “A nation cannot claim economic, technological, and moral leadership when its own citizens are dying due to a lack of affordable care.” These words could be attributed to a U.S. President, but 16-year-old Sumer Moudgill wrote them in an article titled “Answering Corona’s Call,” published […]
Meet Open Door Board Members Daysi Briones and Anita Suchdeo. DAYSI L. BRIONES As President and Owner of IQ Contracting, Inc. & Associates, Daysi Briones is a seasoned general contractor and real estate agent for residential, commercial, private and public sectors. Before starting her business, Briones spent seventeen years as a certified HIV counselor and medical administrator for hospitals […]
Open Door is a founding member of OCTC. Ossining Communities that Care (OCTC) brings together diverse community partners and organizations to foster well-beingamong Ossining’s young people and their families, with a special focus on substance use prevention and positive youth development. The new website is the go-to resource for community members to access educational resources, support, and up-to-date information about OCTC’s programs and youth-oriented activities. Open Door’s Community Programs Coordinator Alice Joselow serves as […]
According to a December survey by the Pew Research Center, nearly 40 percent of Americans say they will definitely not or probably not get the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to them. This is a significant finding, yet it is the overwhelming number of people of color living in underserved communities that most concerns […]
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