Caron in New York City
Caron New York is your place to stay connected and give back with these annual events
Alumni and Family Celebration: Back for the first time in two years, this day of connection and community will include a collective art project, alumni and family speakers, and spiritual guidance. All are welcome to attend the event, which will be at the historic Riverside Church. More information and registration can be found on the main event page.
Caron New York City 28th Annual Gala: Join more than 500 Caron supporters at our signature fundraising event on May 11, 2022, at Cipriani 42nd Street. For more information and to purchase your tables or tickets, visit caron.org/2022nygala, call 914-579-1000, or email email@example.com.
Gregg’s Gift Comedy Night: This sober and drug-free night of laughs, delicious food, and hilarious stand-up comedy performances is hosted in partnership with Gregg’s Gift, a non-profit organization dedicated to positively impacting the lives of addicted young adults, their families, friends, and our community at large. Its mission is to raise money to provide financial assistance for the treatment and recovery of young adults with substance use disorder and to heighten community awareness of the severity and complexity of addiction. Gregg’s Gift Comedy Night will raise funds for the Gregg R. Grossman Scholarship for Caron New York City. For more information, visit greggsgift.org.
Community Awards Breakfast: This event, hosted by Mutual of America on the 35th floor of its beautiful Manhattan location, honors award recipients for their contribution to recovery advocacy. Join eminent members of the recovery industry to recognize these award winners.
Family Education Program: Workshops featuring educational lectures on a variety of topics are held at the Caron New York City Recovery Center. Each event provides a safe, caring place for families to learn how to help themselves and their loved ones navigate through recovery.
For more information, visit our events page or contact the Caron New York City Recovery Center at 646-415-5001.