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.
COGI Partners with Schuylkill County Drug & Alcohol to Present "Public Access to Narcan"
John Stefovic, MD - Medication Assisted Therapy Provider, Clinical Outcomes Group, Inc. - Presenting: Understanding Addiction and Addiction as a Disease
Ricky A. Ney, Jr. NREMT-P, AHA, ACLS, PALS, BLS, and EMT Instructor
Presenting: Opioid Overdose Prevention and Reversal via Peer-Administered Narcan
This presentation is designed for the general public and was created to provide education on the issues of Opioid Addiction and Overdosing. All presentations have the same content. Choose the location, date, and time that best meets your needs!
Presentations are offered at No Cost, however Registration is Required!
Register via the link at the top right of this webpage or by calling COGI at 570-628-6990.
New to the COGI Website!
Connecting for Health - Beg, Borrow & Share!
Friday, June 17, 2016
9:00AM - 2:30PM
Pennsylvania College of Technology
Join the coalition, Connecting for Health (formally North Central Tobacco Control Coalition) for a special Coalition gathering. This group endured the budget impasse, and emerged stronger and eager to face new priorities and challenges facing the health of our communities.
The Beg, Borrow, & Share event will give you an opportunity to talk with other coalition members in a one-on-one rotational format to learn about others' successes.
Lunch will be provided and time for networking will be available.
See the attached flyer for more information as well as a tentative agenda.
Registration is available via the link below.
Questions should be addressed to Leslie Hosterman at email@example.com or 1-800-264-1290.
- Sponsorship Package
Please review the attached sponsorship package and consider being part of this one of a kind event!1.04 Meg | 5/18/2016
New to COGI's Website!
COGI will be hosting Robert J. Ackerman, Ph.D. in October of 2016. Dr. Ackerman will be presenting "Opioid Addiction and the Family: Using A Strength Based Model for Treatment and Recovery".
Visit this page for Save the Date Information as well as an opportunity to be a Sponsor for this one-of-a-kind event.
Introducing our new Mobile Mock Bedroom, an adult education session about issues plaguing today's youth. Visit our "Mock Bedroom" page for additional information!
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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!