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"
Thursday, December 10, 2015
Choose One Session: 11:30AM - 1:30PM or 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Holiday Inn Express, Schuylkill Mall, Frackville
Presenters: John Stefovic MD and Ricky Ney, Jr. NREMT-P
Please see below flyer as well as the link at the top right of this webpage to register. We hope to see you there.
Seating is limited so registration is required
- Flyer - Public Access to Narcan103.18 K | 11/23/2015
COGI Affected by PA State Budget Impasse
Like many pubic health organizations, social services providers and nonprofits across the Commonwealth, COGI’s North Central Tobacco Control Program is feeling the negative effects of the Pennsylvania State Budget impasse. Without a budget in place, COGI has had to closely examine its capacity to operate this program with frozen funds. At this time, we have had to reduce both our staff and several of our programs. COGI will continue to do its best to maintain tobacco control programs and services to meet the needs of our region in a limited and strategic manner until a budget is in place. Programmatic questions and issues should be directed to Jennifer Melochick, Program Director, at email@example.com or at (570) 628-6990.
On behalf of all of us at COGI, we appreciate your continued support of our North Central Tobacco Control Program. We have built this program on relationships and collaborations throughout the entire 12 counties we serve. We also realize we are one of many organizations under stress from the budget impasse. Everyone from schools to public health to health care is impacted. If you have not already, please consider contacting your elected officials and letting them know how the budget impasse affects you, your work and/ or your family. You can easily find your elected officials here: http://www.legis.state.pa.us/. Every single phone call, email or visit makes a difference.
Boo Boo Barks
Boo Boo Barks is a column where we hope to share inpirational messages with our clients. Quotes will be updated on a regular basis so check back often.
“The most important of life's battles is the one we fight daily in the silent chambers of the soul." - David O. McKay
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!