The MEND Program holds monthly Peer Support Group meetings for NYCDCC Welfare Fund participants/dependents who are in both long and short term recovery, and wish to share their experiences, sources of strength, inspirations, and hopes for the future with fellow group members in attendance. These meetings take place in the MEND Office on the 5th Floor of 395 Hudson Street.
The next scheduled meeting is: Wednesday, April 25th, 4PM.
Members Education and Network for Dependency (“MEND”) Program
As a part of its focus on fostering a healthy work and life-balance for its members and their dependents, the New York City District Council of Carpenters Welfare Fund has launched the Members Education and Network for Dependency (“MEND”) Program, which gives participants and their dependents access to confidential treatment for substance abuse and other related problems. The program is located at 395 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10014, on the 5th floor.
The goal of the MEND Program is to provide assistance to participants and dependents in addressing substance abuse issues through the following services:
- Referrals to appropriate level of treatment including inpatient and outpatient treatment for all substances,
- Case management and Coordination of Services with outside providers,
- Supportive services, and