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Special Olympics, in partnership with the American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry (AADMD) gathered a group of U.S. based health influencers for Igniting Change: Inclusive Health Summit at the AADMD 16th Annual Educational Conference this weekend in Seattle, WA.
Today is the big day! Massachusetts Care Coordination Network is now live and our central regional care coordinators (pictured) are excited to begin their outreach.
On Tuesday, June 19, 2018 at the Worcester Art Museum, attendees enjoyed a colorful and inspirational exhibit featuring the art work of Dominic Killiany. The celebration included opening remarks from Matthias Waschek, C.Jean and Myles McDonough Director, Worcester Art Museum; Dr. David A. Jordan, President, Seven Hills Foundation; Nicole Agois, Managing Director of VSA Massachusetts; and Dominic Killiany, the featured artist.
In the last decade, an average of 700,000 people per year became naturalized citizens of the United States. That's roughly one each year for every 500 U.S. residents, or one every 79 seconds. Count among these new Americans five members of the Seven Hills Family Services staff!
Seven Hills Behavioral Health (SHBH) is grateful to the Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts – James Arnold Fund for its continued support of our Food Pantry with its recent grant in the amount of $2,000. The SHBH Food Pantry is situated in our Community Wellness Center located in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Serving men and women who suffer from substance abuse, homelessness, and domestic violence.