Fieldwork Site List

(last updated 11/25/14)

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Sites are listed in alphabetical order by name of agency.  Click on a red letter link below to take you to the beginning of the list of agencies that start with the letter you clicked.

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Site: Abilities First

Name of contact person: Libby Faison, Nicole Smirnoff

Phone for contact person: (845) 452-0774

Fieldwork address: Main site: 230 North Road, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 - other school sites in Hyde Park, Red Hook, and Beacon

Fieldwork webpage: www.abilitiesfirstny.org

Population: Special needs day school servicing students with disabilities ages 5-21

Type of site: residential, school, day treatment clinic

Possible duties: Functioning as a teaching aid in self-contained classroom, assist in occupational/physical/speech therapy programs

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10-15 minutes

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Site: Abilities First

Name of contact person: Robin Ackers

Phone for contact person: (845) 471-0176, x107

Email: robinackers@abilitiesfirstny.org

Fieldwork address: 70A Overocker Road Poughkeepsie NY 12603

Population: adults with developmental and/or other psychiatric disabilities

Type of sites: outpatient

Possible duties: Leading small groups in activities to help foster various therapeutic objectives, such as social skills training, communication, decision-making, frustration tolerance, confidence-building. Activities include arts & crafts, games, music groups, reading groups, current events discussions, various board/card games, cooking & baking in our kitchen, gardening in our vegetable garden (We harvest our produce for use in our kitchen.), following exercise DVD's, caring for Bird (Romeo) and Fish. Any additional skills/hobbies/ideas that interns have can also be incorporated into program. We always welcome their input! Working one-one with participants needing additional help/attention in activities such as internet searches, reading, math problems, letter writing. Providing emotional support to participants. Co-leading small community trips e.g. walks, coffee, lunch, shopping, bowling, seasonal events.     * Co-leading community volunteer programs at the ASPCA, Adams Greenhouse, nursing homes, parks, Astor Home, Lunchbox. Attending Group Therapy sessions led by a licensed social worker. Attending treatment team meetings for ISP reviews. Co-leading small 'classroom' for academic skills development with Marist professor Lori Crispi. Transcribing participant treatment plans into digital database for use in daily service provision. Assisting in file audits to ensure adherence to corporate compliance standards.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 15 minutes

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Site: Anderson School & The Anderson Education Foundation

Name of contact person: Laura Taylor

Phone for contact person: (845) 889-4034

Email: LauraTaylor@andersonschool.org

Fieldwork address: 4885 Route 9, P.O. Box 367, Staatsburg, New York 12580-0367

Fax: (845) 889-3104

Fieldwork webpage: www.andersonschool.org

Type of site: residential setting; school

Population: Serving Children and Adults with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities

Possible Duties: learn about autism and autism spectrum disorders, behavioral and classroom observation, research

Estimated driving time from Marist: 15 minutes

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Site: Arlington Elementary After School Program

Name of Contact Person: Michele Williams

Phone of Contact Person: (845) 452-1110, x3297

E mail: mwilliams@familyservicesny.org

Field work address: 25 Raymond Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Field work webpage: TBD

Population: 85 children, grades K-5

Type of site:  School age child care program

Possible duties: A mentor and role model, provide academic assistance, assist with recreation activities and lesson plans, facilitate activities that promote social success.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 15 minutes

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Site: Astor Services for Children and Families

Name of contact person: Kate Bagshaw

Phone for contact person: (845) 871-1002

Email: kbagshaw@astorservices.org

Fieldwork address:6339 Mill Street Rhinebeck, NY 12572

Population: employees

Type of sites: office

Possible duties: recruitment, pre-screening potential new hires, reference checks on prospective employees, observation of union negotiations.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 20 minutes

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B

Site: Battered Women’s Services of Family Services

Name of contact person: Kat Raynor

Phone for contact person: (845) 452-1110 ext. 3344

Email: kraynor@familyservices.org

Fieldwork address: 29 North Hamilton Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.familyservices.org

Population: domestic violence victims

Type of sites: non-residential

Possible duties: managing hotline calls, counseling, advocacy

Estimted driving time from Marist: 10 minutes

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Site: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County 

Name of contact person: Julie Woodward, Program Director

Phone for contact person: (845) 452-1110 ext. 39

Email: nancykosloski@mentorachild.org and jwoodward@mentorachild.org

Fieldwork address: Main office: 148 Temple Hill Road Vails Gate, NY 12584-0426

Fieldwork webpage: www.bigbrothersbigsisters.org

Population: Prevention and youth development services to children and youths ages 4-17, predominantly from single-parent or guardian headed households, with incarcerated parent and families experiencing degrees of stress and dysfunction. Services focus on mentoring support, life skills education, and short term counseling support.

Type of sites: community-based, school-based, and site-based mentoring and youth development programs.

Possible duties: Students will be introduced to the agency programs and service delivery system. Students will develop: knowledge of agency policies and procedures; knowledge of the National Big Brothers Big Sisters of Americas Standards of Practice for Service; Group presentation skills during recruitment; Needs-analysis skills, interviewing, and assessment skills through shadowing a Mentoring Manager; ability to synthesize information through the youth - mentor matching process; skills in evaluating needs and progress; note-taking skills regarding case recordings, narrative write-ups on interviews, and other areas of documentation; knowledge of a not-for-profit agency and its community networking; exposure to the grant process for not-for-profit agencies.

Estimted driving time from Marist: 30 minutes

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C

Site: Camp Combe YMCA

Name of contact person: Mary Gifford-Smith, PhD, Assistant Director

Phone for contact person: (845) 526-0808

Email: msmith@ymca-cnw.org

Fieldwork address: 684 Peekskill Hollow Road, Putnam Valley, NY 10579

Fieldwork webpage: http://campcombe.ymca-cnw.org/STAFF/inclusion.php

Population: children in an inclusion program

Type of sites: camp/ residential

Possible duties: provide direct support to child with special needs in inclusion program, work with families to develop treatment plans for children, help train camp counselors to care for special needs children, conduct intake interviews

Estimated driving time from Marist: 45 minutes

*summer internship positions available only 

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Site: Camp Ramapo

Name of contact person: Jessica Humes-Delgado

Phone for contact person: (845) 876-8423

Email: jhumes-delgado@ramapoforchildren.org

Fieldwork address: 101 Anchorage Trail Road, Rhinebeck, NY 12572

Fieldwork webpage: www.ramapoforchildren.org

Population: Individuals 5-22 with special needs

Type of sites: residential camp

Possible duties: organize and participate in activities with special needs population, attend weekly staff meetings

Estimated driving time from Marist: 25 minutes

*Summer position only.  Contact the site to learn about stipend, housing, and academic components

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Site: Camp Venture

Name of contact person: Ray Kondrack

Phone for contact person: Day (845) 624-3861; Night (845) 735-1180; Summer (845) 429-1281

Email: RKONDRAC@CCSD.EDU

Fieldwork address: 100 Convent Rd., Nanuet, NY 10954 (During June-August at: Oak Colony Rd., Stony Point, NY 10980)

Population: 170 Multiple-handicapped children

Type of sites: Day Program; Summer Camp

Possible duties: teaching, administrative duties, crisis intervention, scheduling, planning special activities

Estimated driving time from Marist: 73 minutes

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Site: Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange County

Name of contact person: Robyn Sellet, LCSW

Phone for contact person: (845) 343-7675, x239

Fieldwork address: 224 Main Street, Goshen, NY 10924

Population: adolescents and adults

Type of sites: outpatient

Possible duties: cofacilitate individual, group, and family therapy, serve as a member of an interdisciplinary clinical team

Estimated driving time from Marist: 35 minutes

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Site: Center for Advanced Brain Imaging, Nathan Kline Institute

Name of contact person: David Guilfoyle, Ph.D.

Phone for contact person: (845) 398-5471

Email: dguilfoyle@nki.rfmh.org

Fieldwork address: 140 Old Orangeburg Rd., Orangeburg, NY 10962

Fieldwork webpage:http://www.rfmh.org/nki and http://claymore.rfmh.org

Population: adults with severe mental illness

Type of site: research institute

Possible duties: research and neuroimaging

Estimated driving time from Marist: 90 minutes

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Site: Center for Discovery

Name of contact person: Tiffini Amato, Education Training Director

Phone for contact person: (845) 707-8544

Fieldwork address: Box 840 Benmosche Road, Harris NY 12742

Fieldwork webpage: http://www.thecenterfordiscovery.org   

Population: children and adults with various disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders

Type of site: adult dayhab, residential, health clinic, wellness center and biodynamic and organic farm

Possible duties: conduct behavioral analysis for students with autism, act as part of an interdisciplinary team, write behavioral plans for individuals with autism  

Estimated driving time from Marist: 1 hour 15 minutes

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Site: Center for Enhanced Performance, U.S. Military Academy

Name of contact person: Nathaniel Zinsser, Ph.D.

Phone for contact person: (845) 938-7814

Email: YN0808@USMA.edu

Population: West Point cadets

Type of site: sport psychology training center

Possible duties: Research, administrative assistance, scoring of diagnostic tests, maintaining participation databases, undertaking literature searches, coding videotape, assisting Performance Enhancement Trainers in delivering services to cadets, and helping conduct tours of the CEP.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 60 minutes

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Site: Children’s Home of Kingston

Name of contact person: Dr. Jennifer L. Brody

Phone for contact person: (845) 331-1448, x1133

Email: jbrody@chkingston.org

Fieldwork address: 26 Grove St., P.O. Box 2350, Kingston, NY 12402

Population: male students ages 8-21 with emotional and behavioral difficulties

Type of sites: Residential treatment program with on-site school

Possible duties: group counseling; participating in treatment team conferences and challenging behavior meetings; special projects

Estimated driving time from Marist: 40 minutes

Note: Prefers the 18-hour/week fieldwork student who could work 3 days a week at 6 hours/day.

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Site: Circle of Courage

Name of contact person: Elizabeth McGrath

Phone for contact person: (845) 437-3450

Email: emcgrath@pcsd.kiz.ny.us.com

Fieldwork address: 160 Union Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.poughkeepsieschools.org

 Population: children

Type of sites: school

Possible duties: teaching; develop self-esteem; language lessons related to standards

Estimated driving time from Marist: 5 minutes

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Site: City of Poughkeepsie Police Juvenile Bureau

Name of contact person: Dory Marcinelli

Phone for contact person: (845) 451-4163

Fieldwork address: 62 Civic Center Plaza, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Type of site: government

Possible duties: Hands on experience for interns involving them in all aspects of police involvement with community, especially juveniles, gang issues, domestic violence, crime scenes, and how agencies interact with criminal justice and the juvenile justice system.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 5-10 minutes

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Site: Clinton After School Program

Name of Contact Person:  Michele Williams

Phone of Contact Person: (845) 452-1110, x3297

E mail: mwilliams@familyservicesny.org

Field work address:  100 Montgomery St,  Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Population:  65 children, grades K-5

Type of site:  School age child care program

Possible duties:  A mentor and role model, provide academic assistance, and facilitate activities that promote social success.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10 minutes

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Site: Crime Victims Assistance Program/Rape Crisis

Name of contact person: Kathy Peluso

Phone for contact person: (845) 452-1110 ext. 313

Email: kpeluso@familyservices.org

Fieldwork address: 29 North Hamilton Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.familyservices.org

Population: crime victims in Dutchess County

Type of sites: office

Possible duties: Complete rape crisis training, advocacy of crime victims, accompany crime victims to court and physical assault exams, become acquainted with hotline, learn about claims forms

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10 mintues

 

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D

Site: Danbury Superior Court – Adult Probation

Name of contact person: Michelle Hill, Intake Assistant

Phone for contact person: (203) 207-8714

Fieldwork address: 146 White Street, Danbury CT 06810

Fieldwork webpage: www.jud.state.ct.us

Possible duties: Monitor the courtroom for pre-trial program and probation clients

Estimated driving time from Marist: 55 minutes

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Site: Division of Youth Services

Name of contact person: June Ellen Notaro, MA, Director

Phone for contact person: (845) 486-3662

Email: jnotaro@dutchessny.gov

Fieldwork address: Dutchess County Department of Community and Family Services
                                    60 Market Street Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.co.dutchess.ny.us/CountyGov/Departments/YouthBureau/YBindex.htm

Population: youth 0-21 years old

Type of sites: office

Possible duties: administrative work of a county department receiving state funding, experience in grant writing, allocation of funds, monitoring and evaluation of programs, coordination of nonprofit and municipal providers, and program development. Opportunity to develop a workshop on youth issues, work with a high school teen group on empowerment issues, promote positive youth development.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 5-10 minutes  

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Site: Downstate Correctional Facility

Name of contact person: Deputy Smith

Phone for contact person: (845) 831-6600, x4000

Fieldwork address: P.O. Box 445, Red Schoolhouse Road, Fishkill, NY 12524

Fieldwork webpage: www.docs.state.ny.us

Population: adults

Type of sites: major maximum reception center for NYS Dept. of Corrections

Possible duties: intake assessment, pre-classification screening; follow all NYSDOCS directives, policies, procedures; complete orientation; attend unit meetings; additional tasks as assigned by senior counselor

Estimated driving time from Marist: 40 minutes

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Site: Dutchess ARC

Name of contact person: Jennifer Muller

Phone for contact person: (845) 635-8084, x107

Email: jmuller@dutchess-arc.org

Fieldwork address: 84 Patrick Lane, Suite 130 Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

Fieldwork webpage: http://dutchess-arc.org/

Type of site: Human Resources

Possible duties: Become involved with the entire Human Resource process including interviewing, checking references, decision making, completing of a personnel file, benefits, and training.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 20 minutes

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Site: Dutchess Community College Counseling and Career Services

Name of contact person: Mark Balaban, Ph.D. 

Phone for contact person: (845) 431-8040

Email: mark.balaban@sunydutchess.edu

Fieldwork address: 53 Pendell Road, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.sunydutchess.edu/counseling

Population: community college students

Type of sites: college counseling and career office

Possible duties: interviewing students, assisting with career transfer, job placement, academics assistance, workshops, office functions

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10 minutes

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Site: Dutchess County Dept. of Mental Hygiene

Name of contact person: Bonnie Kavner

Phone for contact person: (845) 486-2760

Fieldwork address: 230 North Rd., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: http://www.dutchessny.gov/CountyGov/Departments/MentalHygiene/MHIndex.htm

Type of site: county outpatient mental health agency

Possible duties: assist with programs to meet the mental health needs of the community

Estimated Driving time from Marist: 5 minutes

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Site: Dutchess County Office of Probation and Community Correction

Name of Contact Person: Carol Hooper, Senior Probation Officer/ Intern Coordinator

Phone of Contact Person: (845) 486-2614

E mail: CHOOPER@co.dutchess.ny.us

Field work address: 50 Market Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Field work webpage: www.co.dutchess.ny.us/countygon/departments/prindex.ht.

Population: Children (7+) and Adults

Type of sites: office/field

Possible duties: Assist Probation Officers by performing some or all of the following: interview probationers, conduct evaluations using risk assessment tools, prepare periodic supervision reports, make collateral contacts with court, police, and treatment providers, attend court

Estimated time from Marist: 5 minutes (to Poughkeepsie Office)

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E

Site: Eastern Correctional Facility

Name of contact person: Superintendent Ken Colao

Phone for contact person: (845) 647-7400, x4000

Email: Kenneth.colao@dccs.ny.gov

Fieldwork address: Box 338, Napanoch, New York 12458

Population: inmates

Type of sites: maximum security prison

Possible duties: work directly with experienced mentors, assessments of inmates, wide array of services including ASAT, aggression replacement therapy

Estimated driving time from Marist: 1 hour  

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Site: Emergency One Urgent Care/ Employee Assistance Program

Name of contact person: Todd Martin

Phone for contact person: (845) 338-5600

Email: tmartin@eonekingston.com

Fieldwork address: 40 Hurley Avenue, Kingston, NY 12401

Population: children, adolescents, adults seeking urgent physical care or employee assistance

Type of sites: outpatient clinic

Possible duties: human resources, learn about benefits coordination, scheduling of clients, referral and case management, intake assessment of employee assistance clients

Estimated driving time from Marist: 35 minutes to Kingston office; 10 minutes to Hyde Park location

  • 9 or 18 hour per week internship schedule is preferred

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Site: Family Of Woodstock

Name of contact person: Tamara Cooper

Phone for contact person: (845) 679-2485

Email: FOWH@FamilyofWoodstockinc.org

Fieldwork address: 16 Rock City Road, Woodstock, NY 12498

Fieldwork webpage: familyofwoodstockinc.org

Population: adolescents/adults

Type of sites: crisis walk-in center and hotline

Possible duties: student will be trained in crisis counseling

Estimated driving time from Marist: 60 minutes

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Site: Fishkill Correctional Facility: NY State Dept. of Correctional Services

Name of contact person: John Wood, MS

Phone for contact person: (845) 831-4800, x4000

Email: john.wood@doccs.ny.gov

Fieldwork address: Box 307, Beacon, NY 12508-0307

Population: inmates (medium, maximum, and minimum security)

Type of site: Correctional Facility

Possible duties: work directly with experienced mentors, assessment of inmates, conduct inmate interviews, documentation, counseling. Wide variety of programs: ASAT, Aggression Replacement, school, mental health, transitional services.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 40 minutes

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G

Site: Gateway Community Industries

Name of contact person: Bonnie Dumas

Phone for contact person: (845) 339-0155, x312

Email: bdumas@gatewayindustries.org

Fieldwork address: One Amy Kay Parkway, PO Box 5002, Kingston, NY 12402

Fieldwork webpage: http://www.gatewayindustries.org/

Population: people with mental and/or physical disabilities

Type of site: Gateway Community Industries, Inc. is one of the leading independent, not-for-profit vocational rehabilitation and training centers for people with mental and/or physical disabilities.

Possible duties: The agency provides comprehensive services in vocational evaluation, job training, job placement, vocational work center employment, supported employment, psychiatric rehabilitation, continuing day treatment, and residential habilitation/rehabilitation.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 35-40 minutes

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Site: Gateway Community Industries – School to Work Program in New Paltz or Highland and Wallkill

Name of contact person: Bonnie Dumas

Phone for contact person: (845) 339-0155, x312

Email: bdumas@gatewayindustries.org

Fieldwork address: One Amy Kay Parkway, PO Box 5002, Kingston, NY 12402

Note: “satellite office” at 137 North Chestnut St., New Paltz, NY 12561; schools are in Highland and Wallkill

Fieldwork webpage: http://www.gatewayindustries.org/

Population: high school students with learning and/or developmental disabilities

Type of site: public school system

Possible duties: career exploration and readiness to work skills

Estimated driving time from Marist: to Highland, 15 minutes; New Paltz 25 minutes

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Site: Greystone Programs

Name of contact person: Michele Lawrenson, Assistant Executive Director of Administration

Phone for contact person: (845) 452-5772, x138; Fax: (845) 452-9338

Email: mlawrenson@greystoneprograms.org

Fieldwork address: 36 Violet Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.greystoneprograms.org

Population: adults

Type of site: residential

Possible duties: Teach and work with adults with developmental disabilities, shadow direct care workers as they provide hands-on support to developmentally disabled adults or children, learn about behavioral treatment plans, collect and chart behavioral data, serve as role model and teach daily living and communication skills to developmentally disabled individuals.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10 minutes

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H

Site: Hudson River Housing

Name of contact person: Cynthia Dickman

Phone for Contact person: (845) 454-2300

Email: cdickman@hudsonriverhousing.org

Fieldwork address: 305-307 Mill St, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Population: homeless youth ages 16-21

Type of Site: 5 bed transitional housing program and counseling center

Possible duties: work as part of a staff team providing support and services designed to prepare youth for successful transition to
independent living. Research and administer projects can be included if student is interested.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 5 minutes

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Site: Hudson River Housing-Administration

Name of contact person: Michael W. Cole, CSW-R

Phone for contact person: (845) 454-5176, x110

Email: Mcole@hudsonriverhousing.org

Fieldwork address: 313 Mill St, Poughkeepsie, NY

Population: All ages (homeless, low income, at risk)

Possible duties: research, advocacy, grant writing-flexible

Estimated driving time from Marist: 5 minutes

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Site: Hudson River Housing – River Haven Program

Name of contact person: Linda Malave

Phone for contact person: (845) 454-5176, x111

Email: lmalave@hudsonriverhousing.org

Fieldwork address: 313 Mill Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 (administration), 45 Catharine Street, Poughkeepsie NY 12601 (site)

Population: Adolescents (runaway, homeless, at risk youth)

Type of site: residential 12 bed emergency shelter

Possible duties: Providing crisis interaction services, conducting intakes, developing and implementing service plans, facilitating workshops and activities for residents

Estimated driving time from Marist: 5 minutes

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Site: Hudson Valley Behavioral Solutions

Name of contact person: Sheila Jodlowski

Phone for contact person: (845) 897-1788

Email: behaviorsos@gmail.com

Fieldwork address: 3 Roethal Drive Route 52 Hopewell Junction, NY 12533

Fieldwork webpage: www.behaviorsos.com

Population: early intervention through high school students primarily with autism spectrum diagnoses

Type of site: clinic based

Possible duties: data collection from individual and group therapy sessions, ABA exposure, learn use of assessment tools for autism spectrum disordered individuals, treatment planning

Estimated driving time from Marist: 25 minutes

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Site: Hyde Park Elementary After School Program

Name of Contact Person: Michele Williams

Phone of Contact Person: (845) 452-1110 x3297

Email: mwilliams@familyservicesny.org

Field work address:191 Violet Avenue Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Population: 85 children, grades K-5

Type of site: School age child care program

Possible duties: A mentor and role model, provide academic assistance, assist with recreation activities and lesson plans, facilitate activities that promote social success.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10 minutes

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Site: Independent Living Support/Transitional Living Program

Name of contact person: Patrice Kellett

Phone for contact person: (845) 454-5176 at Hudson River Housing

Email: pkellett@hudsonriverhousing.org

Fieldwork address: 305-307 Mill St., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.hudsonriverhousing.org

Population: youth, adolescents ages 16-21 years old

Type of site: youth shelter and housing, outreach, case management, transitional residences

Possible duties: Case management, assistance with independent living skills, supervision of residents at transitional living sites

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10 minutes

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Site: Institute for Family Health

Name of contact person: Nikki Weisman, LMSW

Phone for contact person: (845) 229-1020

Email: nweisman@fpinstitute.org

Fieldwork address: locations in Hyde Park, Kingston, and New Paltz

Fieldwork webpage: www.institute2000.org 

Population: children, adolescents, adults

Type of sites: community health centers

Possible duties: assist patients with completing forms (ie disability), refer patients to outside services
(i.e. housing, help with paying for heat, support groups, home care, etc.), link patients up with programs that will enable them to
afford prescriptions, observe mental health intakes and later conducting these, put patients on sliding fee scale, refer
patients for health insurance enrollment with outside provider, serve as liason between patient and providers when needed.  

Estimated driving time from Marist: varies per location; between 15 minutes and 45 minutes

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J

Site: J. Watson Bailey Middle School

Name of contact person: Courtney Deshaines, LMSW

Phone for contact person: (845) 338-6390

Fieldwork address: Merilina Ave., Kingston, NY 12401

Population: 1025 children

Type of sites: public middle school

Possible duties: individual/group counseling; interaction with other agencies; social history-taking; attending meetings such as CSE meetings and conferences with teachers and staff.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 30 minutes

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K

Site: Ketcham High School

Name of contact person: Dr. Marybeth Williams

Phone for contact person: (845) 298-5100, x31057

Fieldwork address: 99 Myers Corners Rd., Wappingers Falls, NY 12590

Population: 1800 adolescents

Type of site: High School

Possible duties: BA-level testing, observation, folder reviews, CST/504/CSE meetings, consultation with parents, teachers, students.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 20 minutes

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Site: Kingston Adult Case Management Services

Name of contact person: Salvador Altamirano

Phone for contact person: (845) 331-7080

Email: saltamirano@sowinc.org

Fieldwork address: P.O. Box 3516, Kingston, NY 12402

Fieldwork webpage: www.familyofwoodstockinc.org 

Population: homeless, mentally ill, substance abuse, adolescent, adult

Type of sites: office setting

Possible duties: case management, learn about homelessness, interact with other agencies, coordinate referrals, maintain case files

Estimated driving time from Marist: 40 minutes

Prefers 9 or 18 hour/week schedule

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Site: Krieger After School Program

Name of Contact Person: Michele Williams

Phone of Contact Person: 845-452-1110, x3297

E mail: mwilliams@familyservicesny.org

Field work address: 265 Hooker Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

Population: 110 children, grades K-5

Type of site:  School age child care program

Possible duties:  A mentor and role model, provide academic assistance, assist with recreation activities and lesson plans, facilitate activities that promote social success.

Estimated driving time from Marist:  10 minutes

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Site: Lexington Center for Recovery, Inc

Name of contact person: Arlene Seymour, MA, LCAT, CASAC

Phone for contact person: (845) 765-2366

Fieldwork address: 249 Main Street, Beacon, NY 12508

Population: substance abusers

Type of sites: alcohol/substance abuse outpatient

Possible duties: learn intake process for new admissions, co-facilitate group therapy, case management, maintain client files, treatment planning

Estimated driving time from Marist: 30 minutes

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Site: Liberty Partnership Program

Name of contact person: Susan Repko

Phone for contact person: (845) 454-4199

Email: SUSAN.REPKO@Marist.edu

Fieldwork address: 29 North Hamilton St., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.marist.edu/campuslife/libertypartnership

Population: At-risk youth grades 5-12

Type of site: LPP Office and Schools; Education

Possible duties: Mentoring, Assessment/Service Plans, workshops, coordinating events on campus, assist at after-school sessions, assist with tutor coordination; counseling; program development; computer instruction; data collection and reports; plan college tours and Harvest Festival at Marist

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10 minutes

Note: Prefers the 9-hour/week fieldwork student

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M

Site: Marist College Health Services

Name of contact person: Naomi Ferleger, PhD

Phone for contact person: (845) 575-3314

Email: Naomi.ferleger@marist.edu

Fieldwork address: Marist College Student Center, room 352

Fieldwork webpage: www.marist.edu/counseling/

Population: undergraduate college students

Type of sites: counseling center

Possible duties: develop and coordinate workshops/ trainings for students, faculty and staff including “Wellness Wednesdays” programs, assist in analysis of alcohol related data on Marist population. Research and develop links for website, attend staff meetings.

Estimated driving time from Marist: on campus

*prefers 18 hour week

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Site: Marist College Office of Special Services

Name of contact person:  Deborah Reeves-Duncan

Phone number for contact person: (845) 575-3000 x2155
                                                        (845) 575-3274

Email: Deborah.Reeves-Duncan@marist.edu

Fieldwork webpage: www.marist.edu/specialservices

Population: College students receiving accommodations for a documented disability.

Type of site: College campus

Possible duties: group/ individual facilitation, assessments based on evaluation of services, mentoring program and honors program support.

Estimated driving time from Marist: on campus

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Site: Marist Upward Bound

Name of contact person: Gladys Negron-Collier

Phone for contact person: (845) 575-3258

Email: Gladys.negron-collier@marist.edu

Fieldwork address: Poughkeepsie High School

Population: children 14-18

Type of sites: high school

Possible duties: conduct workshops to teach study skills, tutor, mentor, motivate students to improve grades and to apply to college

Estimated driving time from Marist: 12-15 minutes

Must be available during after school hours Mon-Fri

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Site: Meadow Hill Global Exploration Elementary School

Name of contact person: Guy Delisfort

Phone for contact person: (845) 568-6615

Email: picoguy93@hotmail.com

Fieldwork address: 124 Meadow Hill Road, Newburgh, NY 12550

Fieldwork webpage: http://newburghschool.org/newburgh/newburgh.cfm

Population: Children in grades K – 6

Type of sites: Educational

Possible duties: The fieldwork student will function as an assistant to the Meadow Hill Support Services Team, a multidisciplinary team comprised of the school psychologist, school counselor, school social worker, school attendance social worker, school nurse practitioner, and school nurse teacher. The student will primarily facilitate and monitor the Peer Mediation Program which involves organizing the time the students will meet for peer mediation, supervising the students during the mediation process, and assisting them as needed. Training is required during the semester preceding the Fieldwork semester. The student will assist the Peer Mediation Coordinator with other aspects of the program and will collect and disseminate the notes of the Instructional Support Team. The student will also serve as a liason to the Meadow Hill SAVE room.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 40-50 minutes

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Site: Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene Counties, Inc.

Name of contact person: Mary Ann Brundage, HR Director

Phone for contact person: (518) 828-4619

Fieldwork address: 713 Union Street, Hudson, NY 12534

Fieldwork webpage: www.mcacg.org

Population: emotionally or psychiatrically challenged individuals

Type of sites: outpatient

Possible duties: students may have the opportunity to interview, assess, and engage individual clients; co-facilitate group therapy, assist in service planning, collaborate in expressive arts groups, recreational, social and support groups, participate in team meetings and provider meetings in the community as appropriate.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 1 hour

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Site: McQuade’s Children Services

Name of Contact Person: Dr. Reich

Phone of contact person: (845) 561-4310

E mail: RREICH@MCQUADE.ORG

Field work address: Box 4064 Route 94, New Windsor, NY 12553

Field work webpage: http://mcquade.org

Population: Children

Type of sites: Residential and Outpatient

Possible Duties: Counseling, Testing, Co Teaching

Estimated driving time from Marist: 30 minutes

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Site: Meditation Center of Dutchess County

Name of contact person: Bill Valente, Community Program Manager

Phone for contact person: (845) 471-7213

Email: bvalente@dutchessmediation.org

Fieldwork address: 147 Union Street, Suite 102, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.dutchessmediation.org

Population: youth/ high school students

Type of sites: school/ mediation center

Possible duties: become familiar with alternative dispute resolution programs, assist in development and implementation of a peer mediation program at Poughkeepsie High School, research new developments in Transformative conflict resolution for youth

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10 minutes 

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Site: Mental Health America of Dutchess County

Name of contact person: Joseph Beckles

Phone for contact person: (845) 473-2500, x310

Email: jbeckles@MHADC.com

Fieldwork address: 253 Mansion Street, Poughkeepise, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.MHADC.com

Population: students (K-12) and their parents

Type of site: Academic schools/district offices

Possible duties: Attending CSF meeting, research special education rights and laws, advocating for parents of children with special needs, interviewing and intake forms, workshop, organization contacting clients, attending workshops and seminars, very light clerical work, youth intervention program reporting.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 12 minutes

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Site: Mental Health America Case Management Program

Name of contact person: Andrew O’Grady

Phone for contact person: (845) 452-1799

Email: therapize2@aol.com

Fieldwork address: 253 Mansion Street., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.mhadc.com

Population: adults 18 and over with serious and persistent mental illness

Type of sites: community mental health

Possible duties: provide case management services to 5 individuals; receive intense training in mental health issues as well as community resources

Estimated driving time from Marist: 2 minutes

No preference stated regarding amount of fieldwork hours per week

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Site: Mental Health America in Orange County, Inc.

Name of contact person: Rebecca Nyahay

Phone for contact person: (845) 294-7411, x236

Email: Rnyahay@pioneeris.net

Fieldwork address: 20 Walker St., Goshen, NY 10924

Population: Adults

Type of site: Resource Management Facility

Possible duties: Office work, helpline support, record keeping, organizing related educational meetings/outreaches and other activities as they arise.

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Site: Mental Health America of Ulster County

Name of contact person: Martha Steuding

Phone for contact person: (845) 339-9090, x109

Email: msteuding@mhainulster.com

Fieldwork address: PO Box 2304, Kingston, NY 12402

Fieldwork webpage: www.mhainulster.com

Population: adults

Type of sites: outpatient

Possible duties: counseling and advocacy

Estimated driving time from Marist: 45 minutes

  • Prefer 18 hour/week schedule

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Site: Middletown City School District

Name of contact person: Britta Rothschild, PhD

Phone for contact person: (845) 326-1271

Email: brothschild@ecsdm.org

Fieldwork address: 443 E. Main Street Bldg #2, Middletown, NY 10940

Fieldwork webpage: http://middletowncityschools.org

Population: K-12 students

Type of sites: school district

Possible duties: observation of group and individual counseling, classroom observations, learn about systems dynamics, observe CSE meetings, parent/teacher consultations

Estimated driving time from Marist: 55 minutes

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Site: Mid-Orange Correctional Facility

Name of contact person: Beth Northup

Phone for contact person: (845) 986-2291, x4302

Fieldwork address: 900 Kings Highway Warwick, NY 10990

Population: inmates

Type of sites: correctional facility

Possible duties: gain understanding of counseling/assessment of inmates, observe quarterly reviews and counseling sessions, assessment of new inmates, become familiar with drug and alcohol assessment tools, learn about registration of sex offenders, observe counseling groups, treatment planning

Estimated driving time from Marist: 1 hour

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Site: Nathan S Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research

Name of contact person: Melissa Benedict, Outpatient Coordinator

Phone of contact person: (845) 389-5525

Email: benedict@nki.rfmh.org

Fieldwork address: 140 Old Orangeburg Road, Orangeburg, NY 10962

Population: Individuals with mental illness

Type of sites: research

Possible duties: conduct research, learn about research procedures

Estimated driving time from Marist: 1 hour

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Site: National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD)

Name of contact person: Robert Fletcher, DSW, ACSW CEO, NADD

Phone of contact person: (845) 331-4336

E mail: rfletcher@thenadd.org

Field work address: 132, Fair Street, Kingston, NY 12401

Field work webpage: http://www.thenadd.org/

Type of site: Educational services, staff training, book publishing, research, public policy and consultation services.

Possible duties: Will learn about organizational management, board of director and committee structure, marketing strategies and operations, survey design, development and evaluation.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 45 minutes

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Site: New Hackensack Nursery School

Name of contact person: Linda K. Luele

Phone for contact person: (845) 462-0810, x103

Email: LKI84@yahoo.com

Fieldwork address: 1580 Rte 376, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590

Fieldwork webpage: http://nhrc-church.org/nursschool.htm

Population: children

Type of sites: educational

Possible duties: teaching pre-school-aged children

Estimated driving time from Marist: 20 minutes

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Site: New Horizons Resources, Inc.

Name of contact person: Jerilynne Smith

Phone for contact person: (845) 473-3000, x323

Email: jlsmith@nhrny.org

Fieldwork address: 123 West Road, Pleasant Valley, NY 12569

Fieldwork webpage: www.nhrny.org

Population: NHR supports people with developmental disabilities

Type of site: primarily residential for Clinical internships; primarily administrative for Human Resources

Possible duties: We have opportunities available in our Clinical department as well as our Human Resources Department. An intern in our Clinical department will have the opportunity to actively participate in assessment, program planning and delivery, individual and group counseling, and supporting people in obtaining and maintaining citizenship roles within the community. The clinical intern may begin and end their workday at our Administrative Offices; however, much of their time will be spent within the lifespace of the people we support. This may occur in the person’s home, their workplace or in community settings. Typical duties of an intern in our Human Resources department could include assisting with recruiting/hiring functions, benefits administration, administrative support, staff development, and working on special projects. Interns may decide to concentrate on a specific Human Resources discipline or may state interest in a more rounded experience.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 15–20 minutes

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Site: Orange County Department of Mental Health

Name of contact person: Dr. Carmen Elizondo, LCSW, PsyD

Phone for contact person: (845) 291-7540

Email: celizondo@orangecountygov.com

Fieldwork address:110 Wells Farm Road, Goshen, NY 10924

Population: adults and young adults

Type of sites: forensic setting

Possible duties: co-teaching and/or co-facilitating counseling, crisis intervention and discharge planning

Estimated driving time from Marist: about 50 minutes

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Site: Orange County Youth Bureau

Name of Contact Person: Carol Chichester, Executive Director

Phone of Contact person: (845) 291-2399

E mail: youthbur@co.orange.ny.us

Field work address: 30 Matthews Street, Suite 107, Goshen, NY 10924

Field work webpage: http://www.orangecountygov.com/

Population: Youth

Type of site: Youth and adults

Possible duties: Administrative work of a county department receiving state funding, experience in grant writing, allocation of funds, monitoring and evaluation of programs, claims reimbursement, budgeting, planning, coordination of non profit and municipal providers and program development.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 60 minutes

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Site: Park Place

Name of contact person: Scott Mendelson

Phone for contact person: (845) 229-9070

Email: smendelson@communityhousing.org

Fieldwork address: 803 Violet Avenue, Hyde Park, NY 12538

Population: usually about 16 adults, 25 children

Type of sites: emergency housing program

Possible duties: case management training; helping run group for children; learning resources; assisting clients with finding housing

Estimated driving time from Marist: 5 minutes

No preference indicated for amount of fieldwork hours per week.

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Site: Patricia A. Kennedy Children’s Center at Dutchess Family Court

Name of contact person: Diane Labenski

Phone for contact person: (845) 452-4937, x3170

Email: dlabenski@familyservicesny.org

Fieldwork address: 50 Market Street, 3rd Floor, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.nycourt.gov/ip/justiceforchildren

Population: children 6 weeks old to 12 years old, some with special needs

Type of sites: drop off childcare center run by a teacher and an assistant

Possible duties: supervision of children whose parents/families are in court; provide rich and stimulating activities for the various age groups of children; help link families with important services they might need; opportunity to receive training in CPR, First Aid, and to become a mandated child abuse reporter; research on special programs; learn about the judicial process

Estimated driving time from Marist: 5 minutes

No preference was stated regarding the hours per week needed.

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Site: Pawling High School / Pawling Middle School

Name of contact person: Matthew Crandell (High School)

                                        Matthew Whitehurst (Middle School)

                                        Karen Arnold Falanga (Elementary School)

Phone for contact person: Matthew Crandell (845) 855-4676, Matthew Whitehurst (845) 855-4145,
                                           Karen Arnold Falanga (845) 855-4651

Email: see http://www.pawlingschools.org/ for email addresses

Fieldwork address: Pawling HS/MS, Wagner Road, Pawling, NY 10512   (for K-4 program contact Karen Arnhold Falanga, 7 Haight St., Pawling, NY 10512)

Fieldwork webpage: http://www.pawlingschools.org/

Population: High School 9-12, Middle School 5-8, and Elementary School K-4

Type of site: Public School

Possible duties: Data collection for evaluations conducted by school psychologist, including rating scales, student observations, parent contacts, teacher consultation.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 50 minutes

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Site: Poughkeepsie Children’s Home

Name of contact person: Kelly Kathleen Clark

Phone for contact person: (845) 452-1420, x131

Fieldwork address: 10 Childrens Way, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: http://www.childrenshome.us

Population: Emotionally disturbed (four site locations)

Type of site: residential

Possible duties: Assisting with daily routines of the children in care. (Recreation, study hall, etc.)

Estimated driving time from Marist: 5 minutes

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Site: Poughkeepsie High School

Name of contact person: LizaBeth Urrico, MSW

Phone for contact person: (845) 451-5921

Fieldwork address: 70 Forbus Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

Population: high school students

Type of sites: public school

Possible duties: complete psychosocial histories on special education students, co-facilitate group therapy sessions, participate in team meetings, maintain files

Estimated driving time from Marist: 15 minutes

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Site: Poughkeepsie City School District

Name of contact person: Linda Flanagan, Director

Phone for contact person: (845) 451-4690, x5417

Fieldwork address: 11 College Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

Population: Children

Type of site: School

Possible duties: Help provide a safe, supportive environment where children are encouraged to explore their own interests. Possible paid positions available.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 15 minutes

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Site: Putnam Associated Resource Center

Name of contact person: Carrie L. Amos, Project Consultant

Phone for contact person: (845) 278-7272

Fax: (845) 278-2151

Email: carrie_lee_amos@putnamarc.org

Fieldwork address: 31 International Blvd., Terravest Corporate Park, Brewster, NY 10509

Fieldwork webpage: www.putnamarc.org

Population: Individuals with various types and levels of developmental disabilities

Type of sites: Varied

Possible duties: Individual work: providing 1:1 services in areas such as budgeting, functional skills, reading, computer skills, recreational activities, and more. Group work: providing enhancement services such as reading, storytelling, arts and crafts, outdoor activities, social skills, communication skills, and more; special interest training for consumers including nutritional counseling, healthy lifestyles, weight management, computer training, writing skills, and more

Estimated driving time from Marist: 55 minutes

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Site: Putnam Associated Resource Center

Name of Contact Person: Wendy Olsen, Staff development coordinator

Phone of Contact Person: (845) 278-7272, x260; Fax: (845) 278-2151

E mail: wendy_olsen@putnamarc.org

Field work address: 31 International Blvd, Brewster, NY 10509

Field work webpage: http://www.putnamarc.org/

Population: Provides residential, vocational, clinical day habilitation, residential habilitation, respite, youth outreach, traumatic brain injury, and other support services to individuals with developmental disabilities.

Type of sites: Residential, Vocational and clinical day habilitation, youth outreach, traumatic brain injury, and other support services to individuals with developmental disabilities.

Possible duties: The intern will be expected to provide hands on assistance with project coordination and administrative support, including routine duties and independent projects related to: Incident management, Investigation, Staff development/ Training, community education, proactive quality assurance initiatives and internal program audits.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 55 minutes

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Site: Restorative Management Corp.

Name of contact person: Deborah Hession

Phone for contact person: (845) 561-5783

Email: deborah@rmcnet.cc 

Fieldwork address: 172 Liberty St., Newburgh, NY

Population: 120 outpatient chemical dependency clients

Type of site: outpatient chemical dependency

Possible duties: observation of counseling; individual and group therapy, psychosocial assessments; staff meetings

Estimated driving time from Marist: 30 minutes

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Site: River Haven Youth Shelter

Name of contact person: Patrice Kellett

Phone for contact person: (845) 454-5157 at Hudson River Housing

Email: pkellett@hudsonriverhousing.org

Fieldwork address: 45 Catherine St., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.hudsonriverhousing.org

Population: youth shelter, adolescents, age 10-17 years old

Type of site: residential

Possible duties: Direct care, group activities, case management, and assistance with intake and case planning

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10-15 minutes

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Site: River Haven Independent Living Support Program/ Transitional Living Program

Name of contact person: Patrice Kellett

Phone for contact person: (845) 454-5157 at Hudson River Housing

Email: pkellett@hudsonriverhousing.org

Fieldwork address: 305-307 Mill Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.hudsonriverhousing.org

Population: adolescent youth age 16-21

Type of site: outreach, case management, and transitional living apartment

Possible duties: Case management assistance with Independent Living Skills, supervision of residents at Transitional Living

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10 –15 minutes

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Site: Saint Francis Hospital Mental Health Clinic

Name of contact person: Dr. Janet Goff

Phone for contact person: (845) 483-5368

Fieldwork address: 241 North Road, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: www.sfhospital.org (for agency info, not fieldwork training info)

Population: children, adolescents, and adults

Type of site: outpatient, including intensive outpatient program for adolescents

Possible duties: work with adolescent in intensive outpatient program - group format, program evaluation research

Estimated driving time from Marist: less than 5 minutes

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Site: Saint Francis Hospital Preschool

Name of contact person: Mary Thompson, Special Education Coordinator

Phone for contact person: (845) 483-5000, x13746

Email: mthompson@sfhhc.org

Fieldwork address: 4246 Albany Post Road, Hyde Park, NY 12538

Fieldwork webpage: www.sfhospital.org (for agency info, not fieldwork training info)

Population: preschool children with disabilities

Type of sites: school

Possible duties: observation, interaction with children with disabilities

Estimated driving time from Marist: 15 minutes

Prefers the 9 hour/week (3 credit) or 18 hour/week (6 credit) fieldwork student.

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Site: Starting Point Child Care & Development Inc.

Name of Contact Person: Sherry McCall, Director

Phone of Contact person: (845) 454 4847

E mail: startingpointccc@netzero.com

Field work address: 159 Washington Street ( Martin Luther King Community Center), Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Population: Children

Type of site: Dealing with Children in Individual and Group settings

Possible duties: Interacting with children in a group setting and one to one, Performing developmental assessments, recognizing children’s developmental lags, Planning and implementing activities for children’s developmental needs.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 5 minutes

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Site: Stony Ford Foundation

Name of contact person: Shannon Hunter

Phone for contact person: (845) 703-5523

Email: shunter@stonyfordfoundation.org

Fieldwork address: 390 Crystal Run Road Suite 105, Middletown, NY 10941

Population: intellectually disabled/developmentally disabled adults

Type of sites: group home, supported apartments

Possible duties: shadow counselors and case managers, participate in interdisciplinary team meetings, assist residents in meeting treatment plan goals, quality assurance of files

Estimated driving time from Marist: 50 minutes

Prefers the 9 or 18 hour per week schedule

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Site: Taconic D.D.S.O. (Developmental Disabilities) Program Center

Name of contact person: Donald Schiavo, Jim Baker

Phone for contact person: (845) 452-9220, x335

Email: Donald.Schiavo@omr.state.ny.us and/or James.Baker@omr.state.ny.us

Fieldwork address: 76 Firemens Way, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 (Lagrange)

Population: adults with a dual diagnosis of developmental disability and mental illness

Type of site: outpatient day program

Possible duties: General duties of Psychologist including individual counseling, group activities, active participation in team meetings, writing behavior plans, evaluations, writing consultations for psychologist, etc. Assist in independently administering psychological tests and adaptive rating scales.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10-15 minutes

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Site: Taconic D.D.S.O. (Developmental Disabilities) Program Center

Name of contact person: Janie Rathjen, Personnel Administrator

Phone for contact person: (845) 877-6821, x3320

Email: Janie.Rathjen@omr.state.ny.us

Fieldwork address: 26 Center Circle, Wassaic, NY 12592

Population: developmentally disabled individuals

Type of sites: varies depending on position; outpatient day programs, residential homes, office settings

Possible duties: Several positions may be available for undergraduate students; responsibilities will vary greatly depending on specific position. Contact Janie Rathjen for more information.

Estimated driving time from Marist: varies depending on location (Kingston, Wassaic, Poughkeepsie, etc.)

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Site: Transitions Community Residence

Name of contact person: Matt Reddan

Phone for contact person: (845) 452-0148

Fieldwork address: 21 Cheney Drive, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Population: Adults

Type of sites: Residential

Possible duties: Living skills, substance abuse education, group-living facilitation

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10 minutes

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Site: Tristate Support Network for Families w/ Bipolar Children

Name of Contact Person: Ann Berardinelli

Phone of Contact Person: (845) 566-0810

Email: cheyanneautumn@aol.com

Fieldwork address: 268 Mountainview Ave, Wallkill, NY 12589

Population: Families with Bipolar children

Possible duties: managing and serving as a facilitator in various capacities

Estimated driving time from Marist: 40 minutes

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Site: United Way of Dutchess County

Name of the Contact Person: Kristin E. Perez

Phone of Contact Person: (845) 471-1900, x22

E mail: kperez@unitedwaydutchess.org

Field work address: 75 Market Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Field work webpage: http://www.unitedwaydutchess.org/

Population: Dutchess County Non Profit

Type of site: Office

Possible duties: Organization research, database work, Survey research work.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10 minutes

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Site: United Way of Dutchess County

Name of contact person: Jennifer Lang

Phone for contact person: (845) 471-1900, x14

Fieldwork address: 75 Market St., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Fieldwork webpage: http://www.unitedwaydutchess.org/

Population: all

Possible duties: research, contract management, program evaluation, and community activism.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 10-15 minutes

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Site: Valley Consultant Services (Dutchess County Early Intervention Program)

Name of contact person: JeanMarie Kiebser

Phone for contact person: (845) 489-5788

Email: jmkspeech@fronteirnet.net

Fieldwork address: 41 Brown Road, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590

Population: early intervention (birth-3)

Type of sites: residential

Possible duties: BA level introduction to the Early Intervention Program, specifically related to speech-language pathology

Estimated driving time from Marist: 30 minutes

  • 9 or 18 hour per week internships are preferred 

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Site: Venture Day Treatment Center

Name of contact person: Tricia Farrell

Phone for contact person: (845) 365-1316

Email: Monika Corsie at KCCors@aol.com

Fieldwork address: 230 Rte. 340, Sparkill, NY 10976

Population: developmentally disabled adults

Type of site: Day Treatment program

Possible duties: Participation and development of activity groups, develop and implement behavior plans, working with challenging behavioral issues

Estimated driving time from Marist: 90 minutes (61 miles)

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Site: Warayas House

Name of contact person: Jon R. Peterson

Phone for contact person: (845) 452-1913, x103

Email: jonpeterson@rehabprograms.org

Fieldwork address: 101 Inman Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

Fieldwork webpage: www.rehabprograms.org

Population: Developmentally Disabled Adults

Type of site: In-patient Substance Abuse Program

Possible duties: The duties and responsibilities will be tailored to the individual intern’s strengths and interests. In general, under supervision, all interns would be responsible for developing and delivering one therapeutic group experience for residents. The intern would provide the “primary” services for 1-3 clients. All interns will be expected to learn and write all appropriate internal evaluations, treatment plans and reports as necessary. Interns will be part of the “floor rotation” for a percentage of their scheduled time.

Estimated driving time from Marist: 5-15 minutes

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Site: Youth Adult Institute – National Institute for People with Disabilities

Name of contact person: Rachael Kaiser-Levitz

Phone for contact person: (914) 529-1452, x107

Email: Rachael.Kaiser-levitz@yai.org

Fieldwork address: variety of locations in Westchester, Rockland, NYC

Fieldwork webpage: www.yai.org or www.yaidreamcareers.org  

Population: Adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities

Type of sites: Residential, day treatment, employment training, community base

Possible duties: Teach adults basic life skills, provide informal counseling, work on community integration

Estimated driving time from Marist: Varies

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Site: YWCA of Ulster County

Name of contact person: Krista Adams

Phone for contact person: (845) 338-6844, x110

Email: appsywca@hvc.rr.com

Fieldwork address: 209 Clinton Ave., Kingston, NY 12401

Fieldwork webpage: www.ywcaulstercounty.org

Population: children, adolescents, women, and families

Type of sites: agency, school, residential, and community sites

Possible duties: group facilitation, project participation, attendance of area meetings, community groups, trainings, accompany site supervisor

Estimated driving time from Marist: 40 minutes

Prefers the 9 hour/week (3 credit) fieldwork student.

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