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Children’s Friend is the grateful recipient of a $15,000 grant from the Greater Worcester Community Foundation’s Community Grant program to support its Gender Wellness Initiative. Children’s Friend will use these granted funds to provide counseling services through our outpatient mental health clinic; offer support groups and information to the families of transgender and gender non-conforming youth; and training to school personnel and health care providers on working with LGBTQ youth in a supportive and non-judgmental manner. Thank you so much to the Greater Worcester Community Foundation for their amazing support!
Today the Seven Hills Pediatric Center in Groton kicked off the #ThisIsYourShot initiative here at Seven Hills with staff and residents
The Seven Hills Child & Family Behavioral Health center at 135 Gold Star Blvd. in Worcester is expected to open by March and become the main hub for the behavioral health clinical operations of YOU, Inc., Children’s Friend and Family Services of Central Massachusetts, three Seven Hills affiliates that have supported children and families in the region for decades.
The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts has awarded Seven Hills Family Services with a grant award of $49,620 from the Activation Fund which will be used to upgrade old technology in our conference room to support live video streaming for families who cannot attend the meetings in-person and video recording of the trainings to be posted on our website for future reference and to reach a wider audience.
The Governor’s Office and COVID-19 Command Center selected Seven Hills Behavioral Health (SHBH) to provide free SARS-Cov-2 testing in the priority cities of Fall River and New Bedford as part of the Stop the Spread Initiative. Testing is open to anyone, even if they have no COVID symptoms. As of this publishing, the SHBH team has tested just under 10,000 people.