On May 22, 2017, Greenwich House will hold a luncheon to directly benefit the Children’s Safety Project (CSP). CSP helps children heal from their trauma of abuse through supportive therapy and by teaching them the life-skills required to become self-reliant and lead productive lives. The program works towards breaking the destructive cycle of domestic violence that often repeats in future generations if not addressed professionally. 

Without the services of CSP, these children are at higher risk of continued abuse, addiction and other serious health problems and, as they become parents themselves, the mistreatment of their own children. For the families that rely on this program, there is a variance between their income and the cost of therapy; most subsist on an annual household income below $15,000. Our goal is to raise funds to help shrink this gap and as a community help these children manage the risks and break the generational cycle of abuse.

At the CSP Luncheon, Anthony Salerno, Ph.D. will join us to share his insights from 30 years of study and private practice as a child psychologist. Dr. Salerno has been at the national forefront of trauma-informed care. At the luncheon, Dr. Salerno will discuss the new approach and the challenges and successes that come from the integration of behavioral and physical health services, and the role we, as individuals, can play in helping our youngest and most vulnerable neighbors. 

        
 
Can't attend? Consider making a donation in lieu
Children's Safety Project Luncheon

Keynote Address: 
"Building Resiliency" by Dr. Anthony Salerno

Monday, May 22, 2017
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Union League Club
38 East 37th Street (at Park Avenue South)




Anthony Saerno, PhD is the Practice and Policy Scholar at the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at NYU. He is a licensed psychologist with over 30 years of public mental health experience in inpatient and outpatient settings. Dr. Salerno has extensive experience as a clinician, supervisor and administrator of mental health rehabilitation programs. Most recently, Dr. Salerno has been working on a number of national improvement projects related to trauma-informed care and the integration of behavioral and physical health services. 

Dr. Salerno’s teaching interest has focused on assisting students and practitioners to develop the core competencies characteristic of effective helpers working with individuals across a wide spectrum of clinical conditions, program settings, and cultural backgrounds.







Dr. Elissa Kramer, Co-Chair

Shoshana Bohrer 
Tanaz Eshaghian
Tracy Dockray
Erin Hussein 
  Elisa Heslop, Co-Chair

   Amy Kiplok
   Jessica Loghmanee
    Pamela Scott
   Mila Tewell
 
 





Support the Children's Safety Project and get your businesses name in front of 200 engaged New Yorkers with an ad in the Children's Safety Project Journal. Purchase a journal ad or contact Diane Perrin, Development and Events Manager, at dperrin@greenwichhouse.org for more information. All journal ad submissions must be received by April 28, 2017.




Become a Building Resistance sponsor and have an even larger impact helping children overcome the trauma of abuse. Sponsorships include and logo recognition across event materials and collateral. Learn more about becoming a sponsor or contact Diane Perrin, Development and Events Manager, at dperrin@greenwichhouse.org. 




Previous Keynote Speaker Dr. Fadi Haddad speaks with attendees at the 2016 Children's Safety Project Luncheon.

About Greenwich House

Greenwich House is a registered 501 c(3) organization and a member of the United Neighborhood Houses of New York. If you are interested in learning more about the network of settlement houses and the work they do, click here

Greenwich House is proud to be a Better Business Bureau accredited charity.

  Greenwich House is proud to be a Silver-level GuideStar Exchange participant, demonstrating our commitment to transparency.

  Greenwich House is a proud member of FPWA. 

 Greenwich House is a proud member of Behavioral Health Agencies.  

Support Greenwich House


Sign Up for "Goings On Around Greenwich House"


Contact Greenwich House

Children's Safety Project
27 Barrow Street
New York, NY 10014
212-242-4770 ext. 232