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Top Five Questions – How Employee Resource Groups Strengthen the Workplace Community

Employee Resource Groups are voluntary, employee-led groups that are a valuable part of an organization’s employee relations and diversity and inclusion efforts.  As part of Riverside’s current Diversity & Inclusion strategic plan, we launched three ERGs: BIPOC for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color; POLE for people with lived experience; and TLC for… read more >


QM Team Wins Award from MA Clubhouse Coalition

Lorraine S., a Neponset River Clubhouse member, has been an integral part of Riverside’s Quality Management team for nearly a year, working three days a week filing, scanning, and visiting Riverside program sites to check paperwork compliance. The Quality Management team is an important part of Riverside’s mission, as they protect human rights, investigate in… read more >


April 2022 Newsletter

We begin spring with exciting news about a Riverside partnership to provide on-campus services, a promising look at the mental health system from Riverside CEO Marsha Medalie, and an invitation to join our Riverside NAMI Walk team!  And there's more...  Read it here… read more >


Lesley University and Riverside Tackle Growing Mental Health Challenges on Campuses in Novel Partnership

Cambridge, MA - Leveraging its expertise in educating mental health providers, and responding to the increasing levels of anxiety, stress, suicide, addiction, and ADHD among young adults, Lesley University is partnering with one of the state’s largest non-profit mental health providers, Riverside Community Care, to create a proactive model of student mental hea… read more >


Massachusetts DCF Partners With Riverside Trauma Center

Training Initiative to Better Respond to Youth at High Risk for Suicide Dedham, MA - Riverside Trauma Center, a service of Riverside Community Care that supports people recovering from traumatic events through community outreach, consultation, and counseling, is proud to announce a partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families (DCF),… read more >


Mental Health, Substance Use Disorder, and the Justice System

New Riverside Program in Norfolk County Builds a Sustainable Model for Treatment DEDHAM, MA – Riverside Community Care has received a five-year $1.4 million grant to provide behavioral healthcare and human services through a new program affiliated with the Norfolk County criminal justice system, MassHealth Behavioral Health Supports for Justice-Involved Indi… read more >


March 2022 Newsletter

This month we talk about developments at Riverside and in the news, we look forward to our annual Gala, and we look back at the year just past in our Annual Report.  Read it here… read more >


Top Six Takeaways from our Annual Suicide Prevention Conference

Content from MindWise Innovations, a service of Riverside Community Care: This full-day conference was presented by Riverside Trauma Center and MindWise Innovations on February 3, 2022, and focused on what we can be doing in our schools, workplaces, and healthcare settings to create a safer, more resilient future. To everyone who attended our conference this y… read more >


December 2021 Newsletter

Our December newsletter showcases a warm story of devotion along with ways to manage workplace relationships during a sometimes stressful time of year...along with several other features!  Read it here… read more >


The Gift of a Lifetime

Most people would heartily agree that Gladys Catlin has earned her retirement.  And at age 90, after 57 years of dedicated service to people with disabilities, and with a recently implanted pacemaker to keep her heart going, retirement is the status she just recently – and regretfully – accepted.  But only regretfully. To understand her ambivalence, we'l… read more >