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2018 Healthcare Heroes Award for Collaboration in Healthcare

Collaboration In Health/Wellness: The Consortium And The Opioid Task Force

By George O’Brien  September 3, 2018

This Unique Initiative Has a Simple Mission: to Save Lives
Larry Thomas remembers not knowing exactly what to say or how to respond.

He had just been encouraged to apply for a job as a peer coordinator and recovery coach for something called the Recover […]

September 7th, 2018|

Welcome New Salasin Director, Pam Fitzpatrick!

Welcome New Salasin Director, Pam Fitzpatrick!

We are thrilled to announce that Pam Fitzpatrick has accepted the position as the Consortium’s new Salasin Project Director beginning on Monday August 27, 2018!

Pam Fitzpatrick comes to Salasin Project with many years’ experience working in the social service field. In one of her more recent long-term positions, she worked […]

August 27th, 2018|

Welcome New Home & Community Connections Director, Candace Pronovost!

After a thorough recruitment process which included some really impressive candidates, we are thrilled to announce that Candace Pronovost has been selected as our new Home & Community Connections Director beginning on Monday August 20, 2018!

Candace comes to us with over a decade of residential experience, and has a clear understanding of the demands and […]

July 30th, 2018|

Recovery Learning Community holding open house at new location today

Recorder Staff
Tuesday, June 19, 2018

GREENFIELD — The days of getting mixed up with its neighbors on Federal Street are now past them and instead the Recovery Learning Community at 20 Chapman St. is now finally feeling at home.

To celebrate its new center, the RLC is hosting an open house and open mic Wednesday.

From […]

June 22nd, 2018|

Northampton Recovery Center moves to Gleason Plaza

Staff Writer, Daily Hampshire Gazette

NORTHAMPTON — Thanks to an anonymous donor, the Northampton Recovery Center, a peer-driven support group for drug abuse victims run by the Northwestern district attorney’s office, moved to a new site Monday and will soon expand its services and hours of operation.

After operating out of Edwards Church for the […]

May 2nd, 2018|

Home & Community Connections’ Spiritual Care Coordination is Awarded a “Becker Trust Grant”

The Becker Trust Grants for Innovation
PICTURED: Rev. Gregory Jones, Spiritual Care Coordinator for Home & Community Connections,

and Consortium Executive Director, Marylou Sullivan.
Special Announcement on the Becker Innovation Grants. Read more HERE

About the Innovation Grants

In the fall of 2017, the Trustees and Advisors of the Becker Family Trust in conjunction with the Becker Center for Advocacy received […]

April 9th, 2018|

Episcopal church hosting RECOVER Project breakfast

By JOSHUA SOLOMON, Greenfield Recorder

Friday, March 16, 2018

GREENFIELD — The RECOVER Project is holding its second annual pancake breakfast fundraiser this morning at The Episcopal Church of Saints James and Andrew on Church Street. The event will run from 8 to 11 a.m. and tickets cost $6 for adults, $5 for seniors, $3 for children ages […]

March 16th, 2018|

Recovery Learning Center moves to new home on Chapman St.

Photo by Recorder Staff/Paul Franz

Recorder Staff
Wednesday, December 20, 2017

GREENFIELD — The old space was embattled. The old space flooded. The old space had mold issues. The old space was too narrow. The old space was somewhat removed from Main Street. And, the old space was constantly confused with its neighboring space next door […]

December 20th, 2017|

Welcome Alaina Mango, New Director of the Salasin Project!

The Western Massachusetts Training Consortium Welcomes Alaina Mango, new Director of the Salasin Project!

GREENFIELD, MA – Beginning on Monday November 20th, the Western Massachusetts Training Consortium welcomed a new Salasin Project Director, Alaina Mango. Alaina comes to the Salasin Project with ten years’ experience working with survivors of intimate partner violence to reach personal goals, establish […]

December 4th, 2017|

The Western Massachusetts Training Consortium Celebrates its 2017 Mission Award Winners!

HOLYOKE – November 9, 2017

Each year, members of the Consortium’s Board of Directors choose “mission award” winners from a pool of peer-nominated staff who demonstrate its mission in a powerful way. This year’s three “mission award” categories include:

ORGANIZATIONAL IDENTITY – Awarded to a person or team who exemplify the organization’s identity by consistently demonstrating The […]

November 9th, 2017|

At the Consortium, we are dedicated to creating a culture of anti-racism. Click here to read our commitment statement on combatting injustice.

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