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Martha Flores-Vazquez

  Achievements and Awards  

• Founder/Executive Director, Community Prevention for Families in Crisis  • Religious, Civic, and other Memberships  

• Chair, Graduate Student Council, City University of New York appointed by the provost to sit in  as a member of the distinguished professional team to appoint the president of the City  University of New York 1996.  

• Appointment by the Queens county leader as Congressman Joseph Crowley to be a Delegate,  to the Presidential National Convention in 2008  

• Received proclamation awards from the City Council, State Assembly, Congressional and Senate. 

• National Puerto Rican Day parade Emeterio Bentances Award who was an Abolitionist. He  gave free medical care internationally to the poor.  

• United Nations Ambassador for world peace award  

• NAACP award for civic engagement,  

• the Humanitarian Award from the African Americans in Flushing Queens.  ​

  • District Attorney Advisory Council

  • As a result of all accumulated experience and first hand clinical field of psychology and human resources, I am a perfect candidate for chief executive commissioner or chief executive director of any position in administrative governance.



BS, Psychology, City University of New York  MA, PHD, credits in the field of Psychology and ethnicity in mental health/racial identity.

City  University of New York. CASAC -T substance abuse counselor, recovery coach


"You either take control of your life or it takes control of you. It’s that simple."

My Mission

Community Prevention Alternatives was created to help individuals in crisis.

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