This month, we have updates on the TCF’s Essential Workers campaign and statewide billboard placement, news on how the American Rescue Plan could affect your organization and a call for applications for the Council’s graduate certificate program in partnership with Suffolk University. Download your version here.
In this edition you’ll also find:
- Commentary from Rep. Sally Kerans on transportation reform
- Photo features on longtime Boston Marathoner (and 2013 council keynote speaker) Dick Hoyt and Amego’s new residential facilities to be built in Franklin
- A Provider Profile on Cape Abilities, and a Salute feature on staffers from Pathways for Change.
- Columns from Rebekah Roulier of Doc Wayne Youth Services, Karen Serra of Autism Connections and Suzy Langevin of Open Sky Community Services.
…and much more!
We will continue to honor your staffers in the “Saluting the Caring Force” section in the coming months — please be in touch with Erica ASAP if you’d like to submit material about your staff for this recognition for an upcoming Provider edition.
Please also forward this e-version of the paper to your staff, board, clients and consumers so they can read about their colleagues and some of the important issues and trends in the human services sector. And if you have information or pictures for our News & Notes section or a Letter to the Editor, please email Erica at firstname.lastname@example.org.Back to All News