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Recovery Learning Communities head to State House to protest proposed budget cut

Supporters of the Recovery Learning Community are in Boston today to rally and advocate at the State House against a proposed 50 percent cut to the community’s $3.4 million budget. It has been funded since 2007, through the Department of Mental Health, and the reduction is part of Gov. Charlie Baker’s proposed state budgetfor the […]

April 7th, 2015|

Advocates for Western Mass. mental health program protest proposed budget cuts

BOSTON – The head of a network of peer-supported mental health centers in Western Massachusetts is warning that some of the centers are at risk of closing due to a budget cut proposed by Gov. Charlie Baker.

“If we got cut by 50 percent, we’d have to close centers,” said Sera Davidow, director of the Western […]

April 7th, 2015|

Supporting local mothers with substance abuse issues

Here is a great article from the Recorder by writer Kathleen McKiernan about the work we do at The Recover Project.

GREENFIELD — In the first half of 2014, some 7 percent of patients at The Birthplace at Baystate Franklin Medical Center were affected by substance abuse during their pregnancies — a 2 percent increase from […]

April 1st, 2015|