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10 AM to 4 PM, PLEASANT VALLEY

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Stop in at 123 West Road, Pleasant Valley, NY 12569

You do not need an appointment to come in for an interview.

If Thursdays are not convenient for you call our recruiter to arrange an appointment.
Dana Adolfsson 845-the-3000 ext. 1352
Chris Boateng 845-473-3000 ext. 1355


Volunteering and Making Friends



Ian Briglin-Bennett has been volunteering at the Ulster County ASPCA, walking the dogs, and helping them stay healthy. It is a nice way to get outside, get some fresh air and make a friend. Nice work Ian.



NHR’s Committee on Equality continues programs

The New Horizons Resources Committee on Equality has continued to build a dialogue with our employees, the people we support and the Hudson Valley community to encourage a more inclusive, diverse and equitable culture at our agency.

During 2021 we produced an art show called Inclusion, Equity and Diversity in America. It consisted of eighteen pieces of original art, a number of which were created by people receiving supports from NHR. It gave people receiving supports an opportunity to express their feelings and emotions about the unrest they were seeing in the media and anything they may have experienced in the community.

Professional artists were also participants in the show and it became an inclusive exhibition for people of all abilities. The show included pagggintings, collages, sculpture, poetry and original music. Although the live show is now closed, you can still see the entire exhibition online at https://cornellcreativeartscenter.com/virtual-exhibitions/. We are currently working on a new live location for early in the Spring and are open to new submissions that can be included. In the meantime, a number of the pieces included in the show are on display at NHR’s administration building at 123 West Road in Pleasant Valley so employees attending orientation and other in-house classes there can get to see works included in the exhibition.

The committee is also working to grow an internal dialogue with employees about equality for all people by sending out information during designated times of commemoration. This occurred last year during Black History month, LGBTQ+ Pride month and other times of specific recognition of all people in our society. While the committee launches the initial dialogue on email, any employee can suggest relevant reading materials, movies or podcasts that might be relevant to the discussion.


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