Press Releases

Aug 08, 2017
August 2017 Mary McDevitt Joins Buckelew Board
San Rafael, CA.- Newest board member, Mary T. McDevitt, joins the Buckelew Programs Board of Directors, contributing her expertise and experience in health care communications. Mary retired from McKesson Corporation, a global health care services company, where she held senior roles in corporate public affairs, marketing communications and program management for more than 15 years.
Jul 26, 2017
September 2017 Recovery Celebration_PR
After more than three years of working to identify a new site, The Helen Vine Recovery Center (HVRC), Marin County’s only non-medical, residential detoxification facility serving low income and medically indigent clients, celebrated the ground breaking for its new home on Wednesday , July 12th, at 4pm. The new site is located just down the street from its current location on Smith Ranch Road.
Feb 08, 2012
February 8, 2012 | Buckelew Programs and Family Service Agency of Marin to Merge
Buckelew Programs and Family Service Agency of Marin To Merge (Feb 9, 2012 -- SAN RAFAEL) The merger of Buckelew Programs with Family Service Agency of Marin (FSA) will become effective March 1, 2012, subject to state approvals.
Feb 08, 2012
February 8, 2012 | Overview & Q&A About the Upcoming Merger of Buckelew Programs and Family
The merger of Buckelew Programs with Family Service Agency of Marin (FSA) will become effective March 1, 2012, subject to state approvals. The merger will unify two strong and respected non-profit organizations to better serve the community. It also positions the new organization for growth and success that will meet a wider spectrum of community mental health needs in the era of health reform.
May 09, 2011
May 9, 2011 | Buckelew Programs Adds ‘ The Vine Center ’
BUCKELEW PROGRAMS ADDS ‘THE VINE CENTER’ TO ITS COMMUNITY SERVICES (SAN RAFAEL – May 9, 2011) The Vine Center (formerly “Helen Vine Detox Center”) has become one of Buckelew Program’s newest behavioral health programs, according to Buckelew’s Executive Director Steve Ramsland.
Conversation About Suicide
“It’s so uncomfortable to have a conversation about suicide.” That’s what often comes up when we’re engaged with the community, talking with individuals and families.
Opinion in the Napa Valley Register. 9.15.18
2020 End of year message from Chris Kughn, CEO, Buckelew Programs
Sonoma Vintner’s Grant awarded to Buckelew Programs