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Finding Her Rhythm, Backstage Pass Book 1

Struggling after the death of her parents, Taylor let her hormones lead her into the biggest mistake of her life. 2,779 more words


Spotlight: MPHA to Honor Director of the Opioid Task Force of Franklin County and the North Quabbin Region at Annual Meeting, November 13, 2015

The opioid crisis is a true public health emergency.  Thankfully there is work being done in the field to address the problem at its roots.  At our annual meeting we look forward to recognizing the leadership of an individual who is working intensively, strategically, and collaboratively to reduce addiction and prevent overdose deaths.  253 more words

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Spotlight: Berkshire Interfaith Organizing

This month we put the spotlight on Berkshire Interfaith Organizing (BIO). BIO is made up of clergy, their congregations and regional affiliates.  Together, grounded in faith, BIO seeks to improve the quality of life for all people in the Berkshires and statewide.  182 more words

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Spotlight: BNHC & Vicente's Tropical Grocery

We are pleased to offer the July 2015 installment of our Spotlight series to highlight MPHA partners and friends from across the state who are changing lives and communities to improve health and advance health equity. 377 more words

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Spotlight: Jeanne Isabelle Cornière

For this series of Spotlight Interviews we’ll be introducing our Creative People in Florence/Florence Design Week Team! Creative People in Florence is working with a fantastic group of talented designers and artists to produce an exciting series of events for… 1,221 more words

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Spotlight: South Boston Hope and Recovery Coalition

In our first Spotlight Series we have chosen to shine a light on the South Boston Hope & Recovery Coalition. The Coalition is comprised of concerned South Boston residents as well as care providers who want to reduce the substance abuse and suicide problem in the neighborhood.  151 more words

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Spotlight on Susan Loving, Transition Specialist

Susan Loving has a rich history in the field of Transition.  She has been working with transition programs since 1991, when she was assigned the responsibility of co-manager of the STUDY Project Grant (a federal systems-change grant) in Tooele School District. 1,227 more words

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