Peer Provider Awards
At our Annual Convention & Expo, the Providers' Council honors member organizations with Peer Provider Awards.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2017 awards, which will be presented during the Providers' Council's 42nd Annual Convention & Expo: We're All In on September 25 at the Marriott Copley Place Hotel in Boston. We're excited to announce that this year's awards will be presented by Boston 25's Vanessa Welch.
These awards go to member agencies that have gone the extra mile and/or stand out in serving clients and consumers. Agencies are nominated for an award by another Providers' Council member.
Agency accomplishments might include:
- initiating new services or models of service;
- public policy victories;
- consumer/client accomplishments;
- successes in the community; and/or
- other leadership activities within an agency.
Please share the victories and achievements of your colleagues, and nominate another agency for a Peer Provider Award. You may call Christina Broughton at 617.428.3637 x110 to check if an organization is a member agency. A list of former award winners is available below.
- Hattie B. Cooper Community Center
- Southeast Center for Independent Living
- Professional Center for Handicapped Children
- Casa Esperanza
- Dunbar Community Center
- Seven Hills Foundation
- Boston Center for Independent Living
- Immigrants Assistance Center
- Multi-Cultural AIDS Coalition (MAC)
- Central Middlesex Association for Retarded Citizens (CMARC Industries)
- Communities for People
- YOU Inc.
- Early Childhood Centers of Greater Springfield
- African American Federation
- United Arc of Franklin County
- Waltham Battered Women's Support Committee
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center
- Key, Inc.
- The Association For Community Living
- Children's Services of Roxbury
- Kennedy-Donovan Center, Inc.
- MetroWest Center for Independent Living
- Pine Street Inn
- Community Resources for Justice
- Delta Projects
- Rape Crisis Center of Central MA
- Roxbury Multi-Service Center
- Safe Passage
- Community Connections
- New England Center for Change
- North Shore Arc
- Pathways to Wellness
- UCP of MetroBoston
- Wayside Family Support
- Bay Cove Human Services
- Beta Community Services
- Centro Las Americas
- Independent Living Center of the North Shore and Cape Ann
- Urban League of Springfield
- Employment Options
- Greater New Bedford Women's Center
- Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries
- Partners for a Healthier Community
- Rediscovery, Inc.
- Berkshire County Arc
- Partners for Youth with Disabilities
- Roxbury Youthworks
- Worcester Comprehensive Child Care Services
- Center for Human Development
- Justice Resource Institute
- Home for Little Wanderers
- S. Norfolk County Arc
- Bedford Youth and Family Services
- Amherst Survival Center
- Community Work Services
- Project COPE
- Martha's Vineyard Community Services
- WCI - Work, Community, Independence
- Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling
- Center for Living and Working
- New North Citizen's Council
- City Mission Society
- May Institute
- Square One
- Family Continuity
- The Care Center
- More Than Words
- Road to Responsibility
- Victory Human Services
- Friendship Home
- South End Community Center
- YMCA of Greater Boston
- AIDS Project Worcester
- Old Colony YMCA
- Riverbrook Residence
- Brockton Area Multi Services, Inc.
- WORK, Inc.
- Boys and Girls Club Family Center
- Bristol Elder Services
- American Training, Inc.
- Mothers for Justice and Equality
- PRIDE, Inc.
- Sunshine Village
- Cambridge Family and Children's Service
- South Middlesex Opportunity Council
- Venture Community Services