Geoffrey Golia here — the Chief Administrative and Program Officer at GOSO, and a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and mental health professional. This is
GOSO’s Julia Friedman Honored as “Alumna of the Year”
GOSO is excited to share that Julia Friedman, our Senior Director of Community Programs, has been honored as Outstanding Young Alumna of the Year by Head-Royce
Charlamagne tha God Inspires GOSO Guys to Be Their Best Selves
Yesterday, Getting Out and Staying Out had the great privilege of meeting Charlamagne tha God, co-host of the radio show The Breakfast Club and outspoken
Together, the Three E’s Form a Foundation
GOSO staff’s work is framed by our Three E’s; each plays an equally critical role in the success of our participants. Education, Employment and Emotional-Well-being: we believe that all three work together to form a foundation on which GOSO Guys can build their futures.
Q&A for #NationalInternDay
Happy National Intern Day! Interns are an essential part of the team at GOSO. During the academic year and through the summer, we welcome aboard
#4Mind4Body for Mental Health Awareness Month
GOSO staff provides holistic support to every one of our clients, focusing on emotional well-being as much as education and employment (the Three E’s!). Alongside
GOSO GALA SPOTLIGHT: Cindee Rifkin, Meditation Instructor and Volunteer
Getting Out and Staying Out will hold its annual gala on April 25th (tickets here) at Chelsea Piers, an evening spent celebrating all the hard
Improving people’s health can prevent offending
I understood what the health service and the justice system have in common: our most deprived communities are those most likely to experience poor health outcomes and high levels of crime.