Clinical Outcomes Group, Inc.
We are a private, non-profit organization dedicated to helping health and social service organizations manage administrative and client issues through sound, scientifically valid data collection, analysis and interpretation of organizational practices. The COGI management philosophy is simple: management by data.
Visit to Senator Argall's Office
Executive Director, Alicia Fleischut and Therapy Dog Boo Boo Bear are mentioned in Senator Argall's Newsletter.
Secretary Dallas Visits COGI
Pictured Left to Right(across the back): Jennifer R. Melochick, COGI's Director of Programs; Gary Hess, Schuylkill County Commissioner; Larry Schew, Counselor Assistant at COGI; Amanda Wessner, Case Coordinator at COGI; Brianna Hannaway, Counselor at COGI; Alicia Fleischut, Executive Director at COGI; Ted Dallas, Pennsylvania Human Services Cabinet Secretary; Jason Snyder, Special Assistant to the Secretary of Health and Human Services. Front Row: Brian Hudock, Counselor at COGI; Helen Rebuck, Counselor at COGI; Boo Boo Bear, Therapy Dog at COGI
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New to COGI's Website!
COGI's Veterans Project
COGI supports our Veterans and is planning an event for November 9, 2017 that offers both a fundraising effort to benefit nominated Veterans as well as education and an introduction to moral injury via a public screening of the documentary "Almost Sunrise".
Through this website you will be able to Get Involved with the project by obtaining tickets for the screening of "Almost Sunrise", donate to our fundraising event, and also Nominate A Veteran for consideration.
Senator Robert P Casey Jr. conducts a press conference on the Opioid Epidemic at COGI on 03/13/17
Senator Casey take a minute for a photo with some of the COGI staff and our therapy dog, Boo Boo Bear.
Introducing our new Mobile Mock Bedroom, an adult education session about issues plaguing today's youth. Visit our "Mock Bedroom" page for additional information!
In The News
ABC has some news stories on the Heroin Epidemic Across America. Below are links to the latest stories that you can copy and paste into your browser to obtain more information.
As a public health and social services provider, funding for programs is often restricted for only direct services. The COGI Staff cares about not only the direct services we provide to our clients, but also about the client as a whole. In an effort to support the unmet needs of our clients, COGI staff created and named “The COGI Cares Fund”.
The purpose of this fund is to assist clients in their time of need or in an unusual circumstance. Our staff wanted the ability to support their clients in their recovery and when possible taking down barriers that may put their recovery at risk.
Through various fundraising efforts, the COGI staff will build “The COGI Cares Fund” and at the discretion of our Executive Director, the treatment team can request funds on a client’s behalf.
Donations made directly to this fund may be tax deductible as COGI is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. (Donation receipts are available upon request).
Help us to better serve our clients!