January marks the 2nd anniversary for Gateway-Longview’s Behavioral Health Clinic, which provides individual, group, and family counseling to children & adolescents with emotional, behavioral, and mental health challenges. In just 2 years, the Clinic expanded to 6 satellite locations (with 4-5 more to come in 2014), hired 6 additional staff, and, in 2013 alone, over 5,600 appointments were scheduled!
Carolyne DeFranco Named President and CEO of Gateway-Longview. DeFranco has nearly 30 years of experience in the social services field, and has been employed with Gateway-Longview since 2004. She served as the vice president of community services from January 2004 – December 2009, and as its vice president of organizational performance since January 2010.
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Winter 2012 Newsletter
Clients in the Residential Treatment Program at Gateway-Longview enjoyed the holiday season at their Holiday Party on Wednesday, Dec. 22.
tudents at Gateway-Longview’s Lynde School kicked off the Easter Season on Friday, April 15 at the School’s Annual Eggstravaganza Festival.
Love was in the air for students at Gateway-Longview’s Lynde School at the School’s annual Valentine’s Dance, which took place on Wednesday, Feb. 16
Students at Gateway-Longview’s Lynde School danced the night away at the School’s annual Winter Formal, which was held on Thursday, Jan. 13
Over the past few weeks, several local dentist offices have generously responded to one of Gateway-Longview’s critical needs: toothbrush and toothpaste donations.
National Blues Artists to Headline 6th annual BBQ & Blues Bash! National blues recording artists are coming to Buffalo, NY! Popa Chubby and Joanne Shaw Taylor will headline the 6th annual BBQ & Blues Bash on Friday, June 20th, 2014 from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m. The acts are being offered through Buffalo Iron Works. The
Day Treatment and Residential Education students at Gateway-Longview’s Lynde School took part in “Soup Day,” a day which celebrated both National Soup Month and National Book Month, on Friday, Jan. 27.
Love was in the air for students at Gateway-Longview’s Lynde School at the School’s annual Valentine’s Dance, which took place on Thursday, Feb. 16 in the School’s Atrium. In addition to dancing, students also enjoyed refreshments.
A furry friend recently stopped by Gateway-Longview’s Therapeutic Preschool classrooms at the organization’s Corporate Headquarters in the City of Buffalo to work with the young students.
Students in several of Gateway-Longview’s Educational Services programs celebrated a milestone in late June: graduation.
Seven children and youth in Gateway-Longview’s Day Treatment and Residential programs attended the Buffalo Bills Training Camp on Friday, Aug. 3.
Approximately 29 students at Gateway-Longview’s Lynde School took part in a six-week Job Readiness Training Program, which was being offered at the school until Friday, Aug. 17, 2012.
Students in Gateway-Longview’s Educational Services programs, including Day Treatment and Residential Education students at the agency’s Lynde School in Williamsville, as well as the Therapeutic Preschool and Therapeutic Kindergarten programs, returned to school in early September 2012.
Students at Gateway-Longview’s Lynde School in Williamsville recently celebrated Make Your Dreams Come True Day in conjunction with Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. As part of the celebration, students and staff wrote their dreams on pieces of construction paper, and then placed their dreams on a wall around a large photo of the Rev. Dr.
The weather outside is blustery and cold, but Day Treatment and Residential Education students and staff at Gateway-Longview’s Lynde School in Williamsville stayed warm by serving as judges in the school’s annual Staff Chili Cook Off on Friday, Feb. 1. Shown above are KaiHeir, Corddaryl, and Dareek, all Day Treatment students, treating their taste buds