NEW YORK, Oct. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Eric D. Hadar Family Foundation has donated $410,000to Samaritan Daytop Foundation, it was announced today by Tino Hernandez, President and CEO of Samaritan Daytop Village. The generous gift will support Samaritan Daytop Village's innovative and lifesaving treatment services for some of
Samaritan Daytop Village provides comprehensive health and human services to over 30,000 people each year through a network of more than 50 facilities located throughout New York City, Long Island and upstate New York. The organization provides a rich array of services including substance abuse treatment, mental health and primary health care, specialized programs for military veterans, vocational and employment services, shelter and transitional housing, and services for seniors. The Samaritan Daytop Foundation raises funds needed to further the work of Samaritan Daytop Village.
Hernandez said, "Samaritan Daytop Village is deeply indebted to The Eric D. Hadar Family Foundation for all it has done to help advance our mission of fighting substance abuse disorder with the promise of treatment and recovery."
Founded in 2015 by Eric Hadar, who serves as Chairman and CEO of Allied Partners, a real estate investment, development and property management firm headquartered in New York, The Eric D. Hadar Family Foundation is dedicated to funding institutions at the forefront of research in the field of substance abuse treatment and prevention, as well as funding organizations committed to supporting individuals in recovery and their families through job training, housing and other ongoing support services. Hadar has also been a dedicated Board Member and Trustee of Samaritan Daytop Foundation since 2015. Before the two agencies merged, he was a member of Daytop Village's Board.
Hernandez continued, "Eric's commitment goes far deeper than his generous philanthropy alone. His deep compassion for those struggling with problems like substance abuse, homelessness and mental health disorders is unparalleled. We are proud to call him a friend and colleague."
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