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Institute for Community Living’s (ICL) President/CEO, David J. Woodlock, on-air Interview for National Recovery Month

On Sunday, September 15, from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm, David J. Woodlock, President and CEO of the Institute for Community Living (ICL) will be interviewed on WWRL (Radio 1600 AM).

As September is National Recovery Month, Mr. Woodlock will discuss some of the effective treatment methods that ICL uses to help those with mental illness and substance abuse recover to live mentally, physically and emotionally healthy lives. Mr. Woodlock will describe ICL’s pioneering efforts to integrate best-practices and evidence-based treatments into its programs, such as motivational interviewing and wellness self-management, as well as some of the heartwarming success stories of the people ICL serves.

This is the premier broadcast of a new weekly hour-long radio series, Human Services News and Views, co-presented by the Human Services Council of New York (HSC) and New York Nonprofit Press. The series will explore a wide range of issues that impact human services programs in New York and Mr. Woodlock was asked to appear on the first show.

The interview will air on WWRL AM 1600 and stream online at Podcasts of the interview will also be available next week on ICL’s website at, HSC’s website at, on the New York Nonprofit Press website at, and on Facebook and Twitter: @ICLinc, @HSC_NY and @NYNP_News.

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About Institute for Community Living

It is Institute for Community Living’s (ICL) mission to help New Yorkers with behavioral health challenges live healthy and fulfilling lives by providing comprehensive housing, health care, and recovery services. We take a trauma-informed approach—meeting the people we serve wherever they are, working together to support them in achieving their goals.

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