Allegra Schorr has over twenty-five years of business and administrative experience in the substance abuse field and is an owner and Vice President of West Midtown Medical Group.
Allegra is the current President of COMPA, an advocacy organization dedicated to treating addiction through the use of pharmacotherapy as a part of a comprehensive bio-psycho-social approach to treatment. Our member programs treat more than 40,000 New Yorkers from every corner of our state and help them to overcome their dependence on illicit opiates and other drugs. Allegra serves as Co-Chair of the New York City Issues Committee for ASAP (Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers of New York) and is a member of ASAP’s Women and Family Issues Committee. Allegra also worked closely with NADAP, and organized the first care coordination between NADAP’s Health Home Care Coordination team with an OTP in New York.
Allegra was a member of the New York State OASAS MTAG (Methadone Transformation Advisory Group) workgroups, Integrating Buprenorphine and Medical Maintenance. Through her work on Integrating Buprenorphine, West Midtown Medical Group became the first opiate treatment program to dispense Suboxone in an OTP setting in New York State.
Allegra is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College. She is a native New Yorker and lives with her husband and two teenage children.