Seven Hills Foundation, Inc.
Seven Hills Foundation, Inc. is the parent non-profit organization that anchors eleven individual operating Affiliates. Seven Hills Foundation provides the functions of business, human resources, facilities maintenance, information technology, construction, marketing, communications, fundraising, and the Office of the President. Each Affiliate organization is a separate 501 (c) 3 non-profit, which is led by a Vice President.
Children's Aid & Family Service (CAFS) supports income-eligible families throughout Worcester County, MA, in their pursuit of successful life/work balance, providing day care, family child care, and Child Care Resources, which provides a single point of access for voucher child care in central MA. CAFS' Child Enrichment Center is a state-of-the-art facility located in Fitchburg, MA. CAFS' Family Day Care providers are located throughout central and north central MA. Both the Center and Family Day Care accept families through both voucher and private pay.
The International Center of Worcester designs professional and cultural programs for international visitors sponsored by local and foreign governmental and non-governmental agencies, private companies, universities and individuals. ICW is part of a nationwide network of centers for international visitors that are members of Global Ties U.S. in Washington, D.C.
Seven Hills ASPiRE! offers innovative and creative programming that provides opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism, and brain injury to develop skills necessary to pursue interests in employment, recreation, and social interaction. Seven Hills designed the ASPiRE! model to help people enrich their lives, broaden core competencies, and enjoy a full range of activities while cultivating a network of relationships in and around their communities. All services are person-centered and promote community integration—helping each person optimize his or her personal, social, and vocational competency to live successfully in the community.
For more than 60 years, Seven Hills Behavioral Health (SHBH) has been providing a path to a process of change through which people improve their overall sense of health and wellness. This is achieved by offering a wide array of mental health and substance abuse treatment, prevention, counseling, and educational services to support individuals, families, and communities. All of the SHBH programs are provide in English, Portuguese, and Spanish, and are customized to individuals' needs in a supportive, caring environment.
In more than 50 communities throughout Massachusetts, individuals with disabilities live in a variety of residential arrangements supported through Seven Hills Community Services (SHCS). At SHCS, our goal is to provide each individual with a comfortable, safe, and beautiful home, while keeping him or her closely connected to family members, friends, and the community.
Seven Hills Family Services (SHFS) offers a network of services that assist families and their loved ones with disabilities in achieving the highest quality of life through social interaction, friendship, residential and day supports and personal achievement. SHFS programs include Shared Living and Adult Family Care; Sports, Recreation & Leisure; Respite; and much more.
Seven Hills honors its employees who come to us from over 45 different countries, in part, by defining a culture of putting others first. Through the initiative of our diverse staff, Seven Hills Global Outreach (SHGO) was established to help people with significant life challenges across the globe. SHGO leverages humanitarian efforts of partnering health, education, and human services organizations in developing nations and home communities of Seven Hills’ staff.
In 2014 Seven Hills launched its newest Affiliate, Seven Hills NeuroCare, Inc. to provide a significant focus in supporting individuals with brain injuries in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Seven Hills has supported the complex needs of individuals with brain injury for decades, both within our day supports as well as residentially.
Seven Hills Pediatric Center (SHPC) is a Pediatric Skilled Nursing Community that provides long-term, continuous nursing care to children and young adults below a cognitive age of 12 months, short-term respite care to children and young adults below a cognitive age of 24 months, and sub-acute care to children 18 years of age with no minimum/maximum cognitive age. SHPC also operates Seven Hills Academy at Groton, a private, on-site special needs school.
Seven Hills Rhode Island (SHRI) supports more than 1,000 children and adults with various disabilities throughout Rhode Island. SHRI’s wide range of programs and services include day habilitation; rehabilitation; behavioral health; workforce training, placement and support; recreation; case management; individualized planning; fiscal intermediary; 24-hour supervised and semi-independent living arrangements; Child and Family Services; Early Intervention; respite for adults and children; RIte@Home shared living options for Seniors and Adults with disabilities; and the Living RIte Centers comprehensive care management for individuals with two or more chronic health conditions and are dual-eligible.
Stetson School is a nationally accredited, fully licensed, Chapter 766-approved Residential and Education Treatment Program for male youth and young adults, ages 9-22, with sexually problematic behaviors, complex developmental difficulties, chronic mental illness, and autism spectrum disorders, who have suffered from severe trauma. Recognized as a national leader in the treatment of sexually troubled behavior, Stetson School offers a continuum of supports and services to the high-risk population with a family-focused, individualized “culture of recovery.”
VSA Massachusetts promotes the involvement of people of all abilities in the cultural life of our communities and is part of an international network of VSA organizations serving 35 states and over 50 other countries. VSA is affiliated with The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. The letters VSA reflect the Vision of an inclusive community, Strength in shared resources and Artistic expression that unite us all.