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03.26.13

Learn About Employment Opportunities with Riverside Community Care

Join us at our Recruitment Open House April 4, 2013, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM Milford Public Library 80 Spruce St. Milford, MA www.milfordtownlibrary.org Riverside is a large employer in the Blackstone Valley and we’re growing.  We provide a wide array of behavioral healthcare and human services, including mental healthcare, specialized services for child… read more >

03.20.13

Leading Developmental and Cognitive Disabilities Specialist Joins Riverside Community Care

Thomas Hall, one of New England’s leading specialists in developmental and cognitive disabilities has been named as an Associate Division Director for Clinical Services at Riverside Community Care. The organization, headquartered in Dedham MA, is a provider of behavioral health and human services across eastern and central Massachusetts.  Hall is a resident of… read more >

02.03.13

Riverside Walks Around the World – Twice!

Riverside signed the SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) Wellness Pledge about a year ago. We pledged to improve the health of the people we serve in the hope of increasing their life expectancy by 10 years in the next 10 years. We have joined approximately 3000 other organizations in signing this Pledge for Wellness. This fall R… read more >

01.21.13

The Other Health Risk For Middle-Aged Men: Suicide

Societal suppression of male emotion contributes to the 4th leading cause of death that no one talks about. Written by Sarah Gaer, Suicide Prevention Specialist, Riverside Community Care for The Good Men Project. Congratulations! If you are between 45 -54 years old, you are officially “middle aged!” With this dawning of a new age comes new concerns, thi… read more >

12.23.12

Op Ed: Access to mental healthcare saves lives

In today's MetroWest Daily News, an op ed piece written by Scott Bock (President & CEO of Riverside Community Care) and Vic DiGravio (President & CEO of the Association for Behavioral Healthcare): Access to mental healthcare saves lives. The shooting in Newtown is so vivid and so horrible that it is almost beyond comprehension. Like similar tragic even… read more >