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On Thursday evening, March 30, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health's Bureau of Substance Abuse Services, in conjunction with Rep. Antonio F.D. Cabral, hosted the Prevention Response to the Opioid Epidemic forum.
On Tuesday, March 28, artists, cultural leaders, and advocates will gather at the Paramount Center in downtown Boston from 10-12:30 a.m. and hear from speakers including Lee Pelton, President of Emerson College and MA State Rep. Mary Keefe (D-Worcester), a member of the Joint Committee on Tourism, Arts, and Cultural Development. David Howse, Executive Director of ArtsEmerson will emcee the event.
Seven Hills is pleased to announce the Employees of the Year for 2016. In honor of the extraordinary dedication to the 28,000 children and adults with disabilities and life challenges who access services through eleven Affiliates, Seven Hills proudly recognizes the following employees:
Program participants, families, and staff of Seven Hills Foundation, came to see the latest in innovative Assistive Technology (AT) on display at Seven Hills Foundation! Leading AT innovators from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Apple, Inc., as well as premier exhibitors will demonstrate various AT solutions that are paving the way for the accessibility of us all!
Seven Hills Family Services has been awarded a renewed grant in the amount of $5,000 from the Staples Foundation’s 2 Million & Change grant opportunity to support the ASPiRE! Workforce Readiness & Employment Program located at 150 Goddard Memorial Drive in Worcester. The program provides a pathway to employment for individuals with disabilities by providing individualized soft skills training and a variety of vocational training models that include community-based day support, group supported employment, and individual supported employment.