CVS Health and Northside Center partner to expand mental health clinics in NYC public and charter schools.
“Northside Center’s historic commitment to New York City’s children is unparalleled, and we are proud to support their life changing work,” said David M. Denton, executive vice president, chief financial officer, for CVS Health, in a press release. “These clinics serve students who need the most help, but often have the least access to critical mental health services. We look forward to continuing to work with Northside Center and city officials to expand quality and affordable health care so more children living in poverty can lead healthy and fulfilling lives.”
Main image: Representatives from CVS Health and Northside Center, along with Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, announce the partnership at P.S. 161 in Harlem. (From left to right: Scott Bloom, director of school mental health services, Northside Center; Dr. Thelma Dye, Hilde L. Mosse executive director and CEO Northside Center; Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, and David M. Denton, executive vice president and chief financial officer, CVS Health)
Courtesy Northside Center for Child Development