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Georgette Delinois

Wrong Georgette Delinois?

Director of Non-Residential Progr...

Barrier Free Living , Inc.
270 East Second Street
New York, New York 10009
United States

Company Description: BFL provides a range of services and linkages to other community resources through our various programs, enabling individuals to overcome the obstacles that stand...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Director of Secret Garden Program
    Barrier Free Living , Inc.
  • President
    Haiti Solidarity Network
  • Teaneck Social Worker and President
    Haiti Solidarity Network
  • Program Director
    BFL's Secret Garden
  • Director of Secret Garden Program
    BFL's Secret Garden
  • Director, Non-Residential Domestic Violence Program
    LCSW
  • Administrative Supervisor of Prevention and Domestic Violence Programs
    Seamen's Society for Children
  • Workshop Leader
    New York Foundling Hospital
  • Coordinator of Social Work and Parent Education
    New York Foundling Hospital

Board Memberships and Affiliations

10 Total References
Web References
Secret Garden | Barrier Free Living
www.bflnyc.org, 5 May 2012 [cached]
Georgette Delinois, Director of BFL's Secret Garden Program was honored with the Francoise I. Casseus Community Leadership Award at this June's Haitians Unified for Development and Education (HUDE) 2nd Annual Benefit Gala.
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After years of psychological, financial and sexual abuse, Annabelle (pictured at right with Secret Garden Director Georgette Delinois) developed a safety plan with her Secret Garden counselor, and was able to get away from her abuser and out of the dangerous situation.
"It seemed like I was in a truly hopeless situation. My husband was my green card sponsor and my abuser and I was afraid of being separated from my son, who was a baby," she said. "I found hope at the Secret Garden."
Working with VAWA (Violence Against Women Act of 1994) and legal counsel, she became a permanent resident of the USA. She is currently living in a safe home and working in administration at an investment bank. She is very present in her son's life although he does not live with her.
Our Stories | Barrier Free Living
www.bflnyc.org, 12 Jan 2014 [cached]
Barrier Free Living Stories, Georgette Delinois
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Georgette Delinois
Georgette Delinois, Program Director at BFL's Secret Garden, made her annual trek to Haiti this spring. As President of the Haiti Solidarity Network of the North East, Delinois has done the pilgrimage for the past eleven years, reaching out with medical, dental and mental health assistance to those in need.
"This March there were thirty of us. We saw over 900 individuals and visited schools and an orphanage in Port-au-Prince where St. Anastasia, my church, sponsors twenty-one children," said Delinois.
During the mission, Delinois and her troop-which includes medical doctors, dentists, a midwife, a psychologist, lawyers, teachers and social workers-delivered school supplies and medical assistance.
NorthJersey.com - News
www.bergen.com, 15 Nov 2002 [cached]
"When I look at the equation, and look at how Cubans who reach Florida are treated compared to my people, race is what I see as the difference," said Georgette Delinois, a Teaneck social worker and president of the Haiti Solidarity Network."Cubans don't look like us.Most of them look Caucasian.We are black.Look at how they treated our people, our children, and how they reacted to Elian Gonzalez."
INS officials maintain there's nothing wrong with the agency's approaches toward Cubans and Haitians.
Georgette Delinois, Director ...
www.bflnyc.org, 1 June 2013 [cached]
Georgette Delinois, Director of BFL's Secret Garden Program was honored with the Francoise I. Casseus Community Leadership Award at this June's Haitians Unified for Development and Education (HUDE) 2nd Annual Benefit Gala.
Georgette Delinois, ...
www.bflnyc.org, 9 Dec 2011 [cached]
Georgette Delinois, Director, Non-Residential Domestic Violence Program, LCSW Prior to her current position at BFL, she was the Director of the Seamen's Society for Children and Families Domestic Violence and Prevention Programs for nine years. She worked at the New York Foundling Hospital for nine years as the Coordinator of Social Work and Parent Education Training. She supervised foster care staff and worked as a foster care, adoption and preventive social worker. With over 20 years of experience in Child Welfare, Ms. Delinois has worked with a variety of individuals whose life challenges included issues related to mental illnesses, substance abuse, difficulty handling their children's behaviors, disabilities, domestic violence, homelessness, etc. She worked as an Adjunct Lecturer at Pace University undergraduate Sociology Department.
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