2021 Annual Report:
Honoring Our Staff
We are proud to honor the exciting milestones and spotlight the accomplishments of our CCSI team. We are deeply grateful for all of our staff efforts, creativity, and dedication. From the front lines to the back office, every link is so important, and our work relies heavily on the incredible people who have chosen to make their careers here.
Staff Award Spotlight
We are pleased to recognize the following staff who were deserving recipients of awards in 2021!
Staff Graduations Spotlight
Congratulations to Qawan Bollar, Kesha Carter, and Rodney Corry on their graduations from professional development programs!
Celebrating Milestone Anniversaries
Kathy Berthod, the Executive Administrative Assistant with New York Care Coordination Program/Health Homes of Upstate New York...
retired after 15 years to begin a new chapter in her life. Kathy was a consistent resource and knowledgeable partner to all during her time with NYCCP/HHUNY.
Joe Gerace, Program Supervisor with Onondaga County Children’s Mental Health/School-Based Initiatives Division...
retired after nine years of service with Family Support for Student Success (FSSS) and over 45 years of service working in collaboration with community-based agencies to support the needs of families in and around Onondaga County.
Ruth Colon, Manager of Business Services with Coordinated Care Services, Inc...
retired after leading the CCSI contract management team and providing business management supports for the past six years. Ruth celebrates over 30 years of supporting nonprofits in the Rochester community, strengthening financial and operational management supports.
Deborah Driscoll, a School Support Specialist with Onondaga County Children’s Mental Health/School-Based Initiatives...
retired after over nine years of service supporting families and students at Grant Middle School in coordination with the Family Support for Student Success Program in Syracuse, New York.
Anne Miller-Jones, Administrative Assistant for the Monroe County Office of Mental Health...
was a consistent and steady presence throughout many changes in leadership for over four decades as a county employee. She briefly worked for CCSI prior to fully retiring to ensure a successful transition for the department.
Lynne Esquivel, Project Manager for NIDA Healing Communities Project with Broome County Office of Mental Health...
retired after almost 20 years with CCSI. Lynne was in her most recent position since 2020 and spent many years before that, overseeing Quality Improvement activities for the Broome County Mental Health Department.
Employees on the Move
We celebrate the many CCSI staff members who earned promotions or took on new roles in 2021.