The New York State Coalition of 853 Schools was formed in 1991 to meet the growing needs of students with IEP diploma requirements. Today, the coalition meets the educational requirements of New York State on the grounds of agencies that provide various child welfare, juvenile justice, and family/community support services. Gateway Longview’s Lynde School is
Girard joins administrators from across the State to advocate for special education students Gateway Longview’s Vice President of Education Services, Timothy P. Girard, M.S., was recently named to the Board of Directors for the New York State Coalition of 853 Schools. The Coalition represents k-12 special education students enrolled in 43 member agency schools across
Behavioral Health Services Receives $61,600 to Support Mental Health Satellite Clinics in 8 Buffalo Public Schools
Funds awarded from the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo work to increase student access to licensed mental health professionals in school-based settings Gateway Longview’s Behavioral Health Services was recently awarded grant funds from the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo to support mental health programming for students in select Buffalo Public Schools. In collaboration with Say
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Gateway Longview Rolls Out Professional Certification for Direct Care Workforce Supporting Youth Services Agency is first in New York State to offer nationally recognized Residential Child & Youth Care Professional credentialing Williamsville, NY – Gateway Longview recently announced the investment in a national training program for direct care staff working with youth on the agency’s
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Five local service agencies bring innovative safety program to youth in special education and residential care facilities Ukeru alternative crisis management approach promotes security and comfort for students and staff in classrooms and cottages Buffalo, NY – Along with Allegany Arc, Autism Services, Randolph Academy, and another local agency, Gateway Longview’s Residential Services team will
Michael Trillizio to oversee community support staff caring for families in WNY Gateway Longview recently announced the promotion of Michael Trillizio to Director of Community Support Services. Trillizio, a licensed mental health counselor, has been with the agency for over four years, most recently as Community Support Services Supervisor. “Mike’s knowledge and experience in solution-focused
Gateway Longview names Director of Clinical Services Kristin Rivera to develop and implement therapeutic approaches to residential treatment services Buffalo, NY – Gateway Longview recently announced the appointment of Kristin Rivera to Director of Clinical Services for Residential Treatment. Rivera, a certified trainer in treatment models for youth with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges, has
Over 1,200 music enthusiasts from across WNY will eat, drink, and enjoy the best talent Buffalo has to offer during the region’s premier charitable blues event to support 3,600 WNY children and families served annually by Gateway Longview. Tickets include a local, star-studded four-hour concert and official after party at Buffalo Iron Works, refreshments from Labatt,
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Christopher Henning advances to director of residential treatment program Gateway Longview recently announced the promotion of Christopher Henning to director of residential treatment. Henning was hired in 2008 as a residential counselor and has since advanced to various positions within the residential treatment program, most recently as assistant director. “Chris is a dynamic and transformative