Sabrina Torrence Honored

I’m very happy to report that Sabrina Torrence, the Family Advocate at our Southern Tier Child Advocacy Center (STCAC) received an award from the Allegany County District Attorney’s Office for her work. Please join me in congratulating Sabrina for this well-deserved recognition.
The award, presented by Victim Services Coordinator Shannon Ozzella, recognizes Sabrina’s “great compassion to victims of crime” and her “amazing patience and professionalism.” The award was presented during a ceremony at the Allegany County Public Safety Facility in Belmont. Dignitaries in attendance included New York State Senator Catharine Young. Representatives for Congressman Tom Reed and state Assemblyman Joseph Giglio also attended. Each year the Allegany County District Attorney’s Office honors someone dedicated to helping victims of crime. I want to thank Allegany County District Attorney Keith Slep and Shannon for presenting this award to Sabrina and for everything they do to for victims of crime and the Southern Tier Child Advocacy Center.

Health Leadership Fellows

I attended a wonderful graduation ceremony Monday for the fourth class of Health Leadership Fellows of Health Foundation for Western and Central New York. I want to congratulate Gail Speedy, Executive Director of the Southern Tier Community Health Center Network, and Mike Pease, CEO of The Chautauqua Center, who were among the honored graduates. Many of you know Gail and Mike and all the good work they do to improve the health of our communities. I’m very glad myself and my fellow members of the current Health Leadership Fellows class attended. During the ceremony a member of each graduating team reviewed the projects they designed and implemented to improve community health. I want to thank the Health Foundation for Western and Central New York for creating the Health Leadership Fellows program. This is a great opportunity to meet and learn from colleagues from other health-care organizations. I also want to thank the STHCS Board of Directors for allowing me to be a part of the Health Leadership Fellows program.

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Sabrina Torrence Honored
Health Leadership Fellows

It is the mission of the Southern Tier Health Care System to improve the health and wellness of our rural communities.

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