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 is joining the movement to Spread the Word to End the Word™ and build awareness for society to stop and think about the use of the R-word. The word “retard” or “retarded,” is hurtful and painful and whether intended or not, is a form of bullying.
On February 9, Kelly O’Brien was one of 11 individuals to receive advanced computer numerical control (CNC) training certification, qualifying her and her classmates as accredited CNC operators. The training is a workforce-readiness program of the Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MassMEP). Committed to success in manufacturing, MassMEP transforms companies through solutions focused on innovative growth, operational excellence, and workforce development.
Our Seven Hills Foundation family is deeply saddened by the loss of our beloved Ray and Coco Lajoie. They will be remembered as proud, dedicated parents, who when faced with the challenges of raising a daughter with a disability, led our community by instilling dignity and hope to families throughout central Massachusetts.
The Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) recently selected Seven Hills Family Services (SHFS), an affiliate of Seven Hills Foundation, as one of nine Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Community Partners. Doing business as Massachusetts Care Coordination Network (MCCN), Seven Hills is the lead agency partnering with five LTSS partners across Massachusetts.
On January 24, Seven Hills affiliate Children’s Aid & Family Service (CAFS) marked the impending retirement of two celebrated staff members at CAFS’ Child Enrichment Center in Fitchburg. Cheryl Trant, CAFS Assistant Vice President since 2007, and Sylvia Monteverde, also retiring from CAFS after an unprecedented 45 years of nurturing children and their families.