A Message from Baltic Street’s Board of Directors
September 24th, 2020: The Board of Directors of Baltic Street AEH, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Taina Laing, MSW as the next Chief Executive Officer of Baltic Street AEH, Inc.
Ms. Laing is a widely respected, long-time employee of Baltic Street AEH and was most recently Director of Operations. Her experience, passion and longevity with the organization gives her the necessary perspective and experience to continue Baltic Street AEH’s great work.
Building on the legacy of our past Chief Executive Officers and staff, we anticipate Ms. Laing’s leadership will continue to propel Baltic Street AEH, Inc. forward to a future that envisions peer services as a necessary and critical component of recovery focus and person-centered services. Please join us in welcoming and supporting Ms. Laing in her new role as CEO.
ARE STILL HAVE NOT STOPPED WORKING!
With the COVID-19 pandemic keeping so many home, we have equipped our staff with the technology to continue to help those we serve through phone calls, text, and video chats. We are also presenting our groups virtually.
WE’RE HERE FOR ALL!
Baltic Street Community Resource and Wellness Center
Holding Virtual Groups and operating a Warmline!
Our staff is incredible! Not even COVID-19 can stop us from helping others.
Please visit our Resource and Wellness staff on their Facebook page to get information to register for upcoming groups. Whether using video chat options or just calling into a group, you can use today’s technology to connect with others virtually.
NO, WE MEAN FOR ALL!!!
Baltic Street Remote Group Facebook Page Launched
Baltic Street AEH has a Remote Groups Facebook Page and it is open to EVERYONE!
Our staff is beyond incredible! We have also recently created a Baltic Street Facebook page for Remote Groups to join in on our upcoming groups. Whether video chat or a phone call, you can use today’s technology to connect with others virtually.
Baltic Street, AEH, Inc. is a peer-run not-for-profit corporation dedicated to improving the quality of life for people labeled with mental health diagnoses. Located in New York City, our recovery-oriented services help recipients obtain jobs, housing, social supports, education, vocational training, entitlements, and other life-enhancing services.