News Newly updated: Council members take action on racial justice initiatives

In the wake of the brutal killing in Minneapolis of George Floyd, a number of Providers’ Council members have issued Black Lives Matter statements and launched initiatives to further racial justice and equity.

We will continue to update this page with the actions of our members.  Please send statements and updates from your organization to be added to this resource page to

Stronger Together — NE Arc

Black Lives Matter — More than Words

In Response to Current Events — Road to Responsibility

NFI Stands Against Racism — NFI MA

Racism and Social Justice — Vinfen 

Say Their Names… — JRI

At Casa, Our Deepest Roots are Anti-Racism  — Casa Esperanza

A Message from North Suffolk Mental Health — North Suffolk Mental Health Association

What to Say When There Are No Words — Children’s Services of Roxbury

A Message to our Community — Community Resources for Justice

Statement from Parenting Journey on the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and Tony McDade — Parenting Journey

My Pledge — LifeLinks/CLASS

Somber and Difficult Times — Berkshire County Arc

Standing in Solidarity — May Institute

A Message from Advocates

Stand with HMEA in Solidarity Against Racism

George Floyd and Racism in America — ServiceNet 

Statement on Racial Justice – Fidelity House CRC

Truth, Love and Commitment – Amherst Survival Center

Statement from Ascentria Care Alliance

Statement from Kennedy-Donovan Center

A Message from the Board and CEO – Communities for People

A Message to Our TILL Community

From Our Heart to Yours – Square One

Responding to Racism: Gandara Center’s Commitment to our Mission (and another page in Spanish here)

A Message from the CEO – Turning Point 

The Consortium’s Statement on Addressing Injustice – Western MA Training Consortium

A Message from the President & CEO – LifeStream

Letter to HopeWell MFP Youth – HopeWell, Inc.

Public Statement – The Home for Little Wanderers

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