Log in
  • Home
  • Understanding and Supporting Co-Occurring Disorders

Understanding and Supporting Co-Occurring Disorders

  • 04 Jun 2024
  • 12:00 PM
  • 70


  • Free for members
  • Non-Members- $10


Understanding and Supporting Co-Occurring Disorders

When: June 4, 2024

Dynamic presentation to educate, share experiences, and provide data on co-occurring disorders.  Provide specific tools and opportunities for participants to better understand and address in our society.   


Michael Orth, MSW, joined the Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health in 1993, and was appointed Commissioner January 2018 after serving as Deputy Commissioner. DCMH, a branch of county government, is responsible for planning, oversight, education and coordination of services and supports for individuals, and their families, with mental illness, developmental/intellectual disabilities and substance use challenges.

Stephanie Marquesano received her BA in Political Science and Public Communication from Brooklyn College, JD from New York University School of Law, and is a former school board member and PTA president. Stephanie’s 19-year-old son Harris died by accidental overdose in 2013. While Harris’s story is all too familiar, Stephanie takes a proactive, collaborative, and transformational approach to the overdose and suicide epidemics gripping our nation.

Webinar Attendees will:

1. Understanding what co-occurring disorders are and impact on individual and society.
2. Education and building awareness on CODA (Co-occurring Awareness) especially focusing on youth.
3. Creating models and practices effectively addressing co-occurring disorders.

Cost: Members- Free

             Non-Members- $10. 

New York State Public Health Association

PO Box 38127
Albany, NY 12203
Tel: 518.427.5835


© New York State Public Health Association, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software