At Seven Hills, our mission is to promote and encourage the empowerment of children and adults with significant challenges so that each may pursue their highest possible degree of personal well-being and independence. Our professional staff is passionate about our work that helps people SEE the possibilities, BELIEVE in themselves, and ACHIEVE their dreams.Get Involved Now View Events Calendar
Seven Hills Behavioral Health (SHBH) is grateful to BayCoast Bank for its recent grant in the amount of $720.00 to support its Food Pantry. The SHBH Food Pantry is located in our Community Wellness Center located in New Bedford, Massachusetts...
At the Stetson School, of Barre, students receive care and guidance designed to help them develop into mature, productive members of society. These students – aged 9-22 – survived devastating neglect, emotional trauma, and other mistreatment as children. A vital element of the Stetson experience is giving back to the community. On August 22, Stetson Vice President Joseph Allred presented the 2018 Stetson Community Impact Award to Barre Fire Chief Robert Rogowski to support the town’s Ambulance/EMT department.
United Way of North Central Massachusetts has awarded Children’s Aid & Family Services’ Strengthening Families Initiative with $16,973.00 in FY19. In North Central Massachusetts, some families are finding it hard to provide for themselves financially as well as provide for their children's developmental, social and emotional needs.
For the third year in a row, the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) has awarded Seven Hills Family Services with a grant award of $28,000 to continue our Creative Minds: Community Connections for People with Brain Injury program.
You are invited to attend an opening reception—Bringing Outside Inside—at the Open Door Gallery at the Worcester Art Museum by ASPiRE! particpants. Bringing Outside Inside draws inspiration from art found outside—from graffiti, to sculpture, to performance. ASPiRE! artists have been exploring works of art found in their communities as well as around the world to translate into the open gallery space—a hybrid public/private, indoor/outdoor space.