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10.25.18

Riverside Employment Collaboratives Connect Employers with Candidates

Riverside Community Care developed and manages four Employment Collaboratives in Massachusetts funded by the Department of Developmental Services and partially funded by the Department of Mental Health.  These Collaboratives were designed to organize and coordinate organizations and state agencies so that they have one entry point with employers rather than doze… read more >

10.16.18

Progress Report 2018

It has been a busy 2018 for Riverside Community Care.  We’re pleased to report on these major accomplishments as we continue to meet the needs of the communities we serve. Update on Child & Family Services Riverside School and Riverside Life Skills Center in Milford Our second Riverside School and Riverside Life Skills Center, which opened in Milf… read more >

09.13.18

Riverside and William James College Announce Partnership

Riverside Community Care and William James College have entered into an exciting partnership that will benefit the students of the college and Riverside’s workforce. William James College, based in Newton, prepares students for careers in behavioral health and leadership. Emphasizing experiential education, they attract developing professionals eager to become … read more >

09.04.18

Telebehavioral Health Shows Promise in Riverside Community Care Pilot

Homebound elders often struggle with mental health issues such as depression and anxiety but may have difficulties accessing therapy.  Some of the reasons include difficulty walking, fear of falling, chronic pain, fatigue, compromised immune systems, or anxiety related to leaving home. Access to dependable transportation can be a hindrance, and seniors may be he… read more >

07.30.18

Riverside Trauma Center’s 8th Annual Conference September 21

We are very excited about our upcoming annual conference, “Integrating Treatment: Exploring the Links Between Trauma, Substance Use, and Other Co-Occurring Conditions," taking place in Natick, MA, on September 21. The conference will focus on the current increase in opioid overdoses and enhanced understanding of the neurophysiology of addictions that have … read more >