Vikki Pryor: GOSO has made great headway and, since our inception nearly 20 years ago, we have helped over 15,000 at-risk or legal system-involved individuals. Our participants face obstacles in most aspects of their lives, including the deep stigma that makes it difficult for them to plan for the future and achieve stability.
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2023 Gala Was a Memorable Night for All
On April 20, 2023, more than 250 guests gathered at the iconic New-York Historical Society to honor GOSO community champions and celebrate our participants – their strength and determination to change their lives despite all obstacles.
A Message from Michelle Pryce-Screen and Omar Jackson: Why GOSO is having a Big Party on April 20th
On April 20, GOSO will host its annual Gala at the New-York Historical Society in Manhattan and you can be a part of it – wherever you are that night, and even if you don’t like big parties.
2023 Gala Honoree: Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
2023 Justice Award GOSO is proud to present our 2023 Justice Award to Debevoise & Plimpton LLP for their extraordinary commitment to preserving the rights
2023 Gala Honoree: Georges H. Leconte, NYC Health + Hospitals / Harlem
2023 Community Award GOSO is proud to present our 2023 Community Award to Georges H. Leconte, NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem for their commitment to healing
2023 Gala Honoree: Valentino Dixon
2023 Pinnacle Award GOSO is proud to present our 2023 Pinnacle Award to Valentino Dixon for his resilience in the face of injustice and his
2023 Gala Emcee: Monica Morales
2023 Gala EMCEE Pix11’s Monica Morales is the six-time Emmy Award-winning host of the “Monica Makes It Happen” franchise on Pix11, and the streaming “Live
Michelle Pryce-Screen promoted to GOSO Executive Director & Chief Program Officer
Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) is proud to announce that Michelle Pryce-Screen has been promoted to Executive Director & Chief Program Officer, and will continue to report to Vikki Pryor, President and CEO.
GOSO Participant Impact and Progress 2022
GOSO’s programs this past year have been enthusiastically received by participants and demonstrate their resourcefulness and resilience in the face of post-pandemic challenges. The accomplishments below demonstrate the GOSO team’s expertise and strong commitment to participants with a focus on impact and progress.
CBS News New York Interviews SAVE Team Members
CBS News New York’s Jessi Mitchell visits SAVE East Harlem following the announcement of a $2 million US Department of Justice grant to GOSO and SAVE.