ICL’s Paving the Way Gala

ICL is proud to announce that our Paving the Way Gala is just around the corner and it promises to be a night to remember!  We will be honoring Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams and Deputy Borough President Diana Reyna from

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Veterans at ICL honored by City Council members

Veterans sheltered at ICL’s Borden Avenue Veterans Residence were visited by the City Council Speaker, three Council members and the Commissioner of the Department of Homeless Services.  One Thousand pounds of food were donated in conjunction with Veterans Day. (read

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ICL is Now Serving All NYC Boroughs

ICL is proud to welcome SI Behavioral Network, one of the most respected social service providers in Staten Island as an affiliate program. With this addition, ICL now offers person-centered, trauma-informed and integrated treatment programs throughout New York City (more)

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National Council for Behavioral Health Conference

In the exciting early May three-day 2014 National Council for Behavioral Health Conference and Hill Day, there were300 speakers and 4,200 attendees – as well as notable speakers like former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and political legacy Patrick

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TEAM PICL Joins NAMIWalks

Donning bright green shirts and sneakers, the residents and staff members of TEAM PICL walked the walk in an anti-stigma statement. This May, and the preceding three years, PICL Grove House has joined forces to participate and raise awareness through

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9th Annual Brooklyn Museum Exhibition

It was standing room only last week during the opening reception of the 9th Annual ICL Exhibition, Inside Outside: Perceptions & Reflections of Self, at the Brooklyn Museum. Well over 100 people gathered in the first floor Education Gallery to

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It’s a Home Run at Citi Field

On a chilly April evening, three ICL PROS participants displayed their artwork at Citi Field. They were joined by a diverse group of artists representing mental health not-for profits agencies from throughout New York City. The Healing Arts Initiative (HAI)

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