Gosnold CEO Ray Tamasi Receives National Recognition

Gosnold CEO Ray Tamasi, receives the National Council on Behavioral Health's Visionary Leadership Award in Las Vegas.

Gosnold CEO Ray Tamasi, receives the National Council on Behavioral Health’s Visionary Leadership Award in Las Vegas.

FALMOUTH – Gosnold on Cape Cod CEO and President Ray Tamasi has received the National Council on Behavioral Health’s Visionary Leadership Award.

Selected from more than 1,000 nominations, Tamasi was recognized for his 42 years of innovation and leadership.

“We are thrilled that Ray received this national award,” said Lori McCarthy, Director of Clinical Outreach.  “At Gosnold, we witness every day his dedication and tireless pursuit of excellence and we are very proud.”

Tamasi has developed a comprehensive prevention division, integrating behavioral health clinicians with primary medical and specialty practices,  and has implemented a school based counseling program which is now in ten Cape Cod schools.

“I am most grateful to the National Council for the recognition,” said Tamasi.  “I am just a very small piece of the great work that Gosnold does to advance addiction treatment and make recovery a possibility for every patient.”

Tamasi was recognized at the Celebration of Excellence Concert & Awards Dinner on Tuesday night during the 2016 National Council for Behavioral Health Conference in Las Vegas.

The recognition includes a $10,000 cash award which Tamasi will direct to Gosnold’s prevention division.

The National Council for Behavioral Health has 2,500 member organizations, that serve 10 million adults, children and families living with mental illness and addiction.

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