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.
A Publication for Seven Hills Foundation Affiliates, Friends & Supporters
At Seven Hills, we think of the word Horizon and that boundless inspiring expanse between earth and the sky above. It is how we see the interests and aspirations of each person we support — a limitless Horizon that knows no boundaries. This newsletter is aptly titled Horizons for just these reasons.
Seven Hills Foundation and Affiliates continued to lead the health and human services sector, expanding our reach of supports and services to individuals with a broad spectrum of need—disability, brain injury, mental illness, poverty, and life circumstance. This is accomplished through the dedication of more than 3700 Seven Hills staff—highly skilled, compassionate, and diverse professionals who ensure people of all abilities are supported and celebrated as we continue to define Dignity! Our Annual Report showcases our fiscal health and vitality.
A Publication of the Seven Hills Family Services Making Community Connections
Read about and sign-up for the Seven Hills Family Services Community Connections sports, recreation & leisure programs and activities, including Special Olympics teams, as well as Happenings at the Worcester, Sturbridge, and North Central Family Support Centers.
Child Care Resources - Parent Connections
A Publication of Child Care Resources, a Program of Children's Aid & Family Service
A helpful newsletter full of resources for parents and caregivers offering tips for safety, healthy eating, and fun educational activities.
The Foreign-Born Population of Worcester, Massachusetts
"The Foreign-Born Population of Worcester, Massachusetts: Assessing the Challenges and Contributions of a Diverse Community."
A report commissioned by Seven Hills Foundation
Prepared by Public Policy Center, UMass Dartmouth and UMass Donahue Institute
Seven Hills Viewbooks
Brochures Outlining Our Services and Supports
At Seven Hills, over 3,600 people have dedicated their life's work to walking in someone else's shoes. To lead is to serve, and to work at Seven Hills, one must be willing to serve and lead others to their own sense of self-worth, self-determination, and sense of dignity.
Intellectual Disability and Dementia: A Caregiver’s Resource Guide for Rhode Islanders
A Rhode Island Specific Resource Guide to improve understanding of dementia and potentially lead to earlier identification and acquisition of timely supportive services.