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Liberty Resources Domestic Violence Program Receives Mother’s Day Donations

May 10, 2016

While the Mother’s Day holiday may mean beautiful flowers, cards, and lavish brunch dates for some, it is also a holiday that can be bittersweet for female survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse in our community. While others are celebrating the unique relationship and bond between a mother and her children, often time’s survivors […]

Liberty Resources DePalmer House Grateful for Donation from Food Recovery Network

May 1, 2016

Throughout the semester, the Food Recovery Network, a SUNY ESF and SU student run volunteer organization, has brought generous donations of unused food from campus dining halls for the residents of DePalmer House. The latest donation of pizzas, stuffed shells, bread sticks, rice, vegetables, Buffalo chicken casserole, and bagels will last for many days. “The […]

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DePalmer House Receives Support from Syracuse Stage

March 31, 2016

Again this year, Syracuse Stage has made a generous donation of $8,425 to Liberty Resources’ DePalmer House transitional shelter. This past holiday season, during the productions of “Peter Pan” and “The Santaland Diaries,” Syracuse Stage collected donations for organizations assisting those struggling with HIV/AIDS. “As transitional housing program funding continues to be cut, donations, such […]

Mental Health Crisis Respite Center Opens in Oneida

March 22, 2016

Liberty Resources has recently opened a home-like Crisis Respite Center in Oneida designed to provide a safe, supportive, and short-term care for individuals experiencing an emotional or psychiatric crisis. The Liberty Resources Crisis Respite Center features three beautiful respite rooms staffed by peer recovery specialists. This home-like respite care is available to individuals in need […]

Liberty Resources Awarded Health Information Technology Investment Grant

March 15, 2016

Non-Profit Behavioral Health Providers Health Information Technology Investment Program Liberty Resources, one of Central New York’s largest and most-trusted human service agencies, has been awarded a NYS grant of $50,000 for behavioral health providers to invest in information technology. This grant was created to support the upgrade of infrastructure costs associated with electronic health records. […]

March is National Brain Injury Awareness Month

March 11, 2016

CBIR Open House, March 16th Liberty Resources Center for Brain Injury hosted an informational open house for the public for National Brain Injury Awareness Day. The event consisted of program tours, participant testimonials, and resources for brain injury prevention, and was well attended by various members of the community. Liberty Resources is proud to serve […]

2015 Values in Practice Award

February 9, 2016

Congratulations to 2015 Liberty Resources Values in Practice award recipient Michelle Walker. The Values in Practice (VIP) Award is given annually to an employee who is considered a role model that exemplifies “Liberty Values:” excellence, integrity, diversity, self-determination, service, innovation, and fiscal responsibility. Michelle strives to provide the very best to the team she supervises, […]

Liberty Employee Awarded Prudy Fanning Mental Health Award

July 27, 2015

Marta Durkin, Vice President for Behavioral Healthcare, was recently awarded the Prudy Fanning Mental Health Award.  These awards are presented annually by the Community Services Board in recognition of outstanding volunteer service and/or job performance.  Ms. Durkin’s award was celebrated at  The Annual Madison County Community Services Board Meeting and Awards Ceremony Dinner on Wednesday […]

Team Liberty Joins AIDS Walk/Run

June 11, 2015

On June 7, Liberty Resources’ HIV Services Program staff, family and friends came together to support our clients at the 23rd Annual AIDS Walk/Run! Team Liberty joined several other community groups who collaboratively raised a grand total of $150,320 that stays within our community to support the clients that we serve! As in years past, […]

Maxwell House Presents Service Award

May 22, 2015

During the Maxwell House 23rd Anniversary Celebration on May 14, the program presented the James F. Pronteau, Jr. Community Service Award for 2015 to Dawn Krupiarz, Madison County Drug Court Coordinator. Angela Stebbins (left), OASAS Program Specialist for Liberty Resources, presented the award to Krupriarz (right)in honor of her service to the Oneida Community. In the middle […]



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