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Bridget Baio, Director, The Sayville Project; LMSW, Stony Brook University.
Mental health, case management, advocacy, empowerment/recovery based practice, community education and integration.

Phone: 631-563-2290

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Thomas M. Cassidy, Clinical Associate Professor, M.A., geriatric care management, professional continuing education, Medicare, Medicaid, long-term care financing and the prevention of elder fraud and abuse. Author of, Elder Care/What To Look For/What To Look Out For! (New Horizon Press, 2004) Co-editor of, Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Aging (Springer Publishing Company, 2004).

Phone: 631-444-3439

Email: Thomas.Cassidy@stonybrook.edu

Marie Chandick

Marie Chandick, Lecturer; Director, Sudden Infant and Child Death Resource Center; MSW, Stony Brook University. Maternal and child health, infant and child safety, professional and community education, grief and loss.

Phone: 631-444-3690

Email: Marie.Chandick@stonybrook.edu

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John ColonLecturer; M.A., Inter American of Puerto Rico. Substance abuse, methadone treatment, inner-city community-based organizations, grant reviewer for SAMSHA.

Phone: 631-444-1629

Email: John.Colon@stonybrook.edu

Marvin Colson

Marvin Colson is the Director of Developmental Disabilities Programs for the School of Social Welfare at Stony Brook University. Professor Colson retired from the New York State Office For People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD), as the Long Island Regional Director.

Phone: 631-444-3162

Email: Marvin.Colson@stonybrook.edu

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Diana M. Filiano, Director, Child Welfare Training Program, DSW.
Social work practice, child welfare, family violence, program development and evaluation.

Phone: 631-444-2805

Email: Diana.Filiano@stonybrook.edu