June 23, 2017
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
1 Washington Square North
New York, NY 10003
Joseph Madonia, LCSW-R, CASAC
Executive Director, The Joseph Leroy and Ann C. Warner Fund
Adjunct Professor, NYU Silver School of Social Work
Former Project Director of the Brooklyn Treatment Court
Professor Madonia is currently the Director of the Brooklyn Treatment Court where he is responsible for the implementation of policy and planning, oversight of clinical operations, management of federal grants and supervision of staff. He hosts numerous site visits to the court by international dignitaries and local and national visitors. In this role, he also developed and implemented the Brooklyn Diversion, Veterans and DWI courts. Mr. Madonia is currently the chairperson for Brooklyn Treatment Court’s Clinical Advisory Board and the Brooklyn Veterans Stakeholder Board. He also holds several committee memberships including the New York City Drug Treatment Court Regional Work Group and committees for Best Practices on Young Adults and Veterans. In September of 2009 Mr. Madonia was appointed by Governor David Patterson to sit on the New York State Board for Medical Misconduct. [Read More]
Program Manager, Training Institute of NDRI-USA
With over 19 years of public health experience, Ms. Padilla conducts evaluation activities with substance abuse treatment programs, participates in research studies, and develops curriculum on behavioral health topics and related issues. As a senior staff trainer for the Northeast & Caribbean Addiction Transfer Technology Center Network (NeC ATTC), she trains addiction professionals, prevention specialists, and drug court practitioners on Substance Abuse, Cultural Competence in Addiction and Problem Solving Courts, Women’s Issues, Hepatitis C, Trauma Informed Care, LGBTQ Competencies, Behavioral Health & Technology Support, Intimate Partner Violence and Development Issues with Adolescents. Her life’s goal is to effect change within communities of underserved populations.
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