LAWRENCE — Chief Executive Officer Carina Pappalardo is pleased to share that a volunteer at the Daybreak Shelter is raising funds for The Psychological Center as she hikes the Appalachian Trail.
Murals Transform School Walls in East Boston as Part of New Urban Farming and Public Art Program with HarborArts and Eastie Farm
EAST BOSTON — HarborArts, a premiere public art initiative dedicated to bringing local, national and international artists to the East Boston region, has launched a new public art project, Harvest, with Eastie Farm and renowned international and local artists who are painting a series of large-scale murals around urban farming and food justice.
V.I.P.O. Shares Legislative Progress In Support of Injured Police Officers, Calls for Action in Massachusetts
The Violently Injured Police Officers Organization (V.I.P.O.) would like to share progress made in State Houses across the country on behalf of law enforcement personnel who have been critically injured while serving, and to continue its call for action in its home state of Massachusetts.
LAWRENCE — Chief Executive Officer Carina Pappalardo is pleased to share that The Psychological Center has been providing life-changing programming for the homeless, mentally ill and those with substance misuse disorders for more than 50 years.
*VIDEO* MPY Sponsors Conferences Featuring Dr. Adolph Brown, Who Uses Laughter and Learning to Share DEI Principles
WAKEFIELD — Executive Director Margie Daniels is pleased to share that the Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) sponsored two conferences at Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical School featuring Dr. Adolph Brown.
V.I.P.O. Calls for Massachusetts to Take Action on Benefits for Families of First Responders Lost to COVID-19
The Violently Injured Police Officers Organization (V.I.P.O.) and the New England Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors (NECOPS) are calling on the Massachusetts Legislature to act on stalled bills that would provide state death benefits to first responders who lost their lives to COVID-19 in the line of duty.
John Rosenthal, Co-founder and Chairman of the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (PAARI), and Brittney Garrett, Director of Public Safety Training and Outreach, applaud release of National Drug Control Strategy by President Joe Biden and the Office of National Drug Control Policy.
*JOINT RELEASE* Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth Recognizes Pepperell Police Chief with Schettini Award for Commitment to Safety
WAKEFIELD — The Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) and the Pepperell Police Department are pleased to announce that MPY recognized Chief Scott with the 12th annual Dr. Patrick A. Schettini Jr. Memorial Award last month.
Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth Sponsors Conference Examining the Intersection of Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Executive Director Margie Daniels reports that the Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) is sponsoring a conference for educators examining the intersection of mental health and substance abuse.
PAARI Applauds President Biden and the White House ONDCP Announcement of Model Law to Expand First-Responder Deflection Programs
BOSTON — Executive Director Zoe Grover and Co-Founder and Board Chair John Rosenthal of the Police Assisted Addiction & Recovery Initiative (PAARI) applaud President Biden and the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy for releasing model state laws aimed at expanding first-responder deflection programs such as PAARI has led nationwide.