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SCO Family of Services Raises $181,000 at 43rd Annual Madonna Heights Golf Classic

June 18, 2024 / Madonna Heights News

DIX HILLS, NY – SCO Family of Services, a leading provider of essential human services for more than 125 years, held its 43rd Annual Madonna Heights Golf Classic at the Woodside Club in Muttontown, Long Island. This year’s event raised over $181,000 to support the vital work of Madonna Heights to teach, strengthen, and empower adolescent girls and women to heal from trauma.

SCO honored Alex Guardia, Sales Manager of NY Markets at the Capital Petroleum Group, with the Corporate Leadership Award. Mr. Guardia has been a long-time supporter of SCO Family of Services and a strong champion of the programs and services provided at its Madonna Heights campus.

“SCO Family of Services is proud to recognize Alex Guardia for his generosity and support of our mission and the women and girls we serve at Madonna Heights,” said Suzette Gordon, SCO Family of Services President & CEO. “We’d also like to thank our sponsors and friends who have been supporting this event for the past 43 years. We couldn’t do the work we do without them behind us every step of the way.”

After a picture-perfect day on the course, the dinner program featured an inspiring speech by Desire, a resident of Madonna Heights’ Morning Star program for women in recovery. Morning Star allows mothers to live with their young children as they receive treatment – the only program of its kind on Long Island.

SCO extends its gratitude to the sponsors, supporters, and volunteers who made the event such a success. This year’s sponsors included MES, the Steinberg Family, Elite Action Fire, New York Truck Escorts & Permits, Source North America Corp., Lora and Craig Treiber, Capitol Petroleum Group, KVC Services Inc., Lynbrook High School/Key Club, Sunbelt Rentals Trench Safety, Eden and Anthony Robles, and the Fiato Family.

Madonna Heights, part of the SCO Family of Services network of care, is an empowering environment designed specifically for women and girls to heal and thrive. Located on 56 acres in Dix Hills, Madonna Heights provides 24-hour care to address the physical, emotional, and social needs unique to women and girls. Madonna Heights helps build confidence, strengthen family bonds, and support the transition back home or to a home in the community. Madonna Heights’ Long Island campus is comprised of Residential Programs and a School for adolescent girls who have suffered trauma, Substance Use Treatment programs, and a Mental Health Clinic.


of eligible residents at our Dix Hills Residential Treatment Facility participated in work, internship, or volunteer activities

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