312 Greenwich Street, Hempstead, NY 11550

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Organizations Filed Purposes: The mission of Center for Rapid Recovery (CRR) is to eliminate racial and ethnic health disparities and improve health outcomes among people of color who are at the beginning stage of recognizing their own strength. To improve the health and well-being of racial and ethnic minority populations. Concerned about the disparities in health care and health outcomes primarily within communities of color, CRR dedicates it resources to the promotion of support and care of persons living with HIV/AIDS, co-occurring mental health, substance abuse and intellectual-behavioral disorders.

The over-arching goal of CRR is to utilize its unique position as a minority-governed organization is to reduce racial bias, increase the cultural intelligence of practitioners, and foster an organizational climate and operational structure that supports, enhances and maintains the growth of cultural competence across healthcare and other domains. CRR embraces the provision of culturally competent care and programming that address disparities and gaps in health outcomes. Ultimately our objective is to promote more comprehensive recognition of how people from different cultures communicate, behave, interpret the behavior of others, problem-solving; and make use of that recognition to provide and improve treatment for racial and ethnic minorities on Long Island, NY and surrounding boroughs.

Residential services for persons with developmental disabilities - 24 hour supervised group home with activities formulated to stress individual abilities as well as to provide assistive training in the core areas of life promote community integration, individualization and productivity.

Day Habilitation Program for persons with Developmental Disabilities - A five day / 5 hours a week program which consist of a combination of therapeutic day time activities, training, community integration and prevocational services provided to persons with developmental disabilities.

OASAS 822 Clinic - The overarching goal of the outpatient chemical dependency program is to provide culturally and linguistically competent treatment in a manner compatibnle with the clients' cultural beliefs, practice and langauge. The primary objective is the promotion and maintenance of abstinence from alcohol and other mood-altering drugs.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Renee D CharlesCEO40$198,736
Deloris McqueenActing Director5$0
Carol JohnsonBoard Member5$0
Timothy WilliamsChairman5$0
Lillian DentTreasurer5$0

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