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The Bristol County Sheriff’s Office has awarded Seven Hills Behavioral Health (SHBH) with two generous grants totaling $90,000. These funds will be used to provide Substance Abuse and Educational Services and Co-Occurrence and Aftercare Services to inmates at the Bristol County Correctional Facilities.
Thank you to the Members of the Worcester Country Club (WCC) who Chipped In for Access to the Arts for All, yesterday, at the 44th Annual Lori Lajoie Charity Golf Tournament.
Dr. Jay Hayston, Vice President of Seven Hills Aspire was honored at the Massachusetts State House on August 9th with the Steven E. Collins Leadership Award.
The Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) has awarded Seven Hills Family Services with $27,000 to continue the Creative Minds Program. Going into its fourth year, Creative Minds is a collaborative program involving SHFS and VSA Massachusetts (VSA MA), affiliates of Seven Hills Foundation, to provide monthly arts-based workshops...
Seven Hills Family Services is grateful to the Women’s Initiative of United Way of Central Massachusetts for its recent grant of $16,290 to the Just Us Girls Program.