PNLH Opens Male Residential and Detox Program (Feb 2015):
PNLH opens its gender specific (male) detox and residential programs located in Canton. These programs will provide 24 hour per day, 7 day per week monitoring of the persons we serve at this level of care. The programs integrate trauma education and therapy into the programming. The program is primarily funded by the Detroit-Wayne Mental Health Authority.
PNLH awarded Pilot Case Management Program for Pontiac Resource Center -July 2014:
Given PNLH's history of providing SUD case management services, we have been awarded a one year pilot project to provide Case Management Services at the new resource center opening in Pontiac (part of the Oakland County Health Division). PNLH will have a full time Case Manager working with any client who walks in and needs resources (housing, food, clothing, DHS assistance, etc). We're pleased to be included in this new and exciting project.
Farmington Office Officially Opens (2013):
PNLH hosted an open house on May 14th to welcome the community to our new office location at 23133 Orchard Lake Road, Suite 203. The office is open to provide OP, case management and Peer Recovery Coaching services in Oakland County. Here's a few pictures of staff members having fun at the event.
NEW PROGRAM: PNLH has officially opened its sub acute women's detox program! Located at our Dearborn Heights Location, PNLH has begun taking clients in need of detox. A nursing team was hired to monitor and ensure the health and well-being our the women at this new program. Currently, funded by SEMCA and City of Detroit.
PNLH Staff Holiday Dinner Party: No doubt about it, PNLH's team of professionals work hard to improve the lives of the persons we serve. To honor their hard work and dedication, a staff dinner party was held in their honor in December 2012. Great food, fun and fellowship were enjoyed by all who attended. Here are some pictures of the dinner:
PNLH participates in the Recovery Walk and Rally 2012 on Belle Isle:
Once again with financial support from Oakland County, PNLH leased a 55-passenger van to take staff members and persons wanting to have their voices heard in support of recovery. Our bus was full. There was Music, dancing, fun and food at this event. Please see below some pictures of our adventure. (coming soon).
PNLH participates in the Recovery Walk & Rally 2011 in Lansing!
With financial support from Oakland County, PNLH leased a 55-passenger van to take staff members and persons wanting to have their voices heard in support of recovery. Our bus was full. There was Music, dancing, fun and food at this event. Please see below some pictures of our adventure. (coming soon).
20th Anniversary Dinner:
To celebrate PNLH's 20 years of community service, PNLH hosted a formal dinner for its employees and key stakeholders from the community that have contributed to PNLH's success through the years. The dinner party was a huge success. some of the key events were:
- Celebration of Employee seniority
- Live interactive Video presentation from Dr. Marcia Andersen in Idaho
- Award Presentations to Board Members
- Speeches from employees
- Keynote Speech from Dr. Mark Menestrina
- Great food
- Games and Prizes
- DJ to help us dance the night away!
20 Year Anniversary for PNLH!
Amazing that time has flown so fast that PNLH is now 20 years old! Through the years, PNLH has served over 6,000 clients across southeastern Michigan. To celebrate, PNLH hosted a anniversary picnic in August and invited all staff, clients and alumni of PNLH. We celebrated with good food, good people and live music from our own therapist, Sarah Grogan. A good time was had by all. Below are some pictures of the event.
Service Excellence Award and Spirit of Recovery Award:
PNLH was honored at the State Substance Abuse Conference (September 2009) as it was nominated for Service Excellence Award by one of our funding sources. While we did not receive the award, we were grateful for the recognition of the hard work and efforts of PNLH’s employees to improve the lives of the persons we serve.
PNLH nominated one of its own clinicians, Rosemary Pomaranski, for the “Spirit of Recovery Award” given to someone who is in recovery and through their life’s work, has made a significant impact in the field of addiction treatment. Rose won the award and was presented with a plaque in front of the 1300 attendees of the conference. Rose provided a speech for the attendees that was simply excellent. (We’ve posted the video on PNLH’s web site if you are interested in seeing her speech). Pictured below are: John Andrews who presented the award, and fellow staff members (from left to right, Beverly Chisholm, Joseph Paliwoda, Teri Baker, and of course, Rose holding her award).