Yoyce Geronimo Galvan, M.A.

Manager, Service Equity and Inclusion

Yoyce Geronimo Galvan is responsible for developing and implementing two grant-specific projects at Partnership to End Addiction which aim to enhance and expand services to low-income Spanish-Speaking Families in New York State, as well as family members of LGBTQI+ children of any age seeking to address and/or prevent their offspring’s substance use.

She brings to Partnership to End Addiction many years of experience working with historically underserved communities including Latinos, African-Americans, HBCU students, victims of sexual and/or domestic violence, and individuals at high risk of HIV. Yoyce received her dual Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Political Science from Kean University and her Master of Art in Clinical Counseling Psychology from William Paterson University.