Awarded Training Scholarship
Clinton Williams 46 Hour Training Award
Jahnice is in 'Sustained Recovery"
Apostle D. F. Allen
Apostle Darron F. Allen Sr. was born in Harlem, NY and served in the ranks of the NYC police department for over 16 years & reached the rank of Lieutenant. After suffering a line of duty injury he retired in 1995 and pursued full-time ministry.
Bishop E. Edward Robinson
Bishop Earnest Robinson is an active member of the community of which his ministry serves; Long Island Break Through Center. Bishop Robinson just released his first book “Where is My Father”.
Marlene Lopez earned her Bachelors in Social Work from LIU and Master of Social Work from Stony Brook University in 2016.Marlene has developed a model called “From Beading to Healing” to sharing how beading was instrumental in getting her through some of the most difficult times of her life.
Michelle is the CEO of CFP with one of her Mentee's Marlene Lopez
Dr. Edmond Hakimi
Dr. Edmond Hakimi is a person in sustained recovery, and also a family member of a person in recovery. Dr. Hakimi graduated medical school from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine with post graduate training in Internal Medicine. He is currently a member of the board of directors of Long Island Recovery Association (LIRA) and an executive board member of A2R Magazine (Addiction 2 Recovery).
Dr. Julia Fahey
Dr. Julia Ann Fahey has been practicing medicine since 1983. She is employed as the Director of Palliative and Hospice Care at Brookhaven Hospital.
Tracy is a "Person in Recovery"
Butch Langhorne is a retired U.S. Air Force sergeant. Butch Langhorn currently works as an assistant to Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco.
Dr. Melissa Fana
Dr. Melissa Fana is Chief of Breast Surgery at Southside Hospital. She joined the Northwell Health system in 2016 to provide the best quality care and most advanced treatments to the Suffolk county community in breast cancer care.
Professor Michael Ash
Professor Michael Ash is currently an adjunct professor at the LIU Brooklyn campus in the Masters of Social Work Program. He has two private practices along with various clinical contracts addressing addiction and mental health issues for formerly incarcerated individuals.