Vice President, Long Island Behavioral Health & Wellness Services
Connie Cerrato oversees the Madonna Heights Group Residence, Madonna Heights School and Residential Treatment Facility. Ms. Cerrato has overseen the group residence and school for nineteen years and added the treatment facility to her responsibilities in 2010. Connie develops program procedures, manages day to day operations, oversees fiscal management and coordinates interdisciplinary services to keep the Madonna Heights services for young women running smoothly.
Connie has more than 25 years of social work experience and has worked with a range of populations. Prior to managing the Madonna Heights campus, Connie served as Director of SCO’s Independence Inn program for homeless youth from 1992-1994. Ms. Cerrato has also worked in other SCO programs concentrating on children with special needs, children in foster care and youth in transitional housing.
Connie is a graduate of the State University of New York at New Paltz and earned an MSW from Adelphi University. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
4 out of 5
young adults (21+) at our Residential Treatment Center for youth with developmental disabilities participate in Day Habilitation or are enrolled in school
of young adults in foster care (18+) are enrolled in school or working