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Riverside’s Virtual Community Celebration!

What a wonderful virtual community celebration! We are grateful to have so many of our donors, staff, volunteers, and friends – our community – come together to honor Frank and Wendy Saba and celebrate our launch of the public campaign for Riverside’s new Behavioral Healthcare Center in Milford.

Check out the videos below to learn more about what Riverside means to the community and more…

To make a gift in honor of Frank and Wendy Saba and help Riverside address the crisis in access to behavioral health services in greater Milford and the Blackstone Valley, click here. Your support will enable us to complete renovations on Riverside’s new Behavioral Healthcare Center.

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A Special Message From Frank and Wendy Saba

 From Our Community Partners

Hear From Our Clinicians

A Special Message From Our Supporters

Frank & Wendy Saba

Frank Saba has spent his career working for the health and well-being of the community he loves – Milford and the towns that make up the Blackstone Valley. He and Wendy have been lifelong advocates of behavioral health and human services. Wendy was the longtime president of Stepping Stone Community Theater, Inc, a nonprofit community theater group that includes developmentally and physically challenged young adults. After many years of service as CEO of Milford Regional Medical Center, Frank turned his attention to a gap in healthcare that he had long observed: the difficulty local families and individuals experienced finding behavioral health services when and where they needed them.


Riverside’s new Integrated Behavioral Healthcare Center

With the support of the local community, Riverside is working to move to a larger Behavioral Healthcare Center at 176 West Street in Milford. The new center will address the growing crisis in access to mental health and substance use services for children and adolescents in south central Massachusetts as well as expand services for adults. Riverside is the largest community-based provider of outpatient mental health and substance use services in the area.

Thank you to our Lead Donors

Amelia Peabody Charitable Fund,  Connie Barr, Tony & Denise Brookhouse,

Consigli Construction Foundation, Brenda & John Coutinho, Wayne & Jackie Griffin, John Haffty,

Head Family Charitable Foundation, Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts,

Jeff & Sarah Hopkins, Patrick McEnaney, Marsha Medalie

MetroWest Health Foundation, Milton CAT, Brian Mongillo, John Paolella, Tina Powderly, Harold Rhodes,

Reliant Foundation, William & Annette Shine, Pattie Sinacole,

Jim & Donna Stearns, Greg Steinberg & Kristin Koe, Joe & Maria Wadlinger


Host Committee

Annette & Bill Shine, Chairs

Chris Burke, Anthony Consigli, John & Brenda Coutinho, Albert & Gail Crimaldi, Ann DeSantis,

Michael Fitzpatrick, Julie Greiner-Ferris, Katie Lee, Patrick McEnaney,

Chris Milton, Carla Oliva, Tina Powderly, Tina M. Robakiewicz, Pattie Sinacole,

Elizabeth Siraco, Nancy Tomaso, Darlene Vittori, Monica Woodward

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For information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Melissa Kogut at 781-320-5319 or