It’s here! Our summer issue of the VOICE is ready for your viewing pleasure. Learn why employment and advocacy matter and how you can attend our upcoming conference.
Read about Bruce and Kaelee, who have both made gains in their recovery through their work. Both received support through Vinfen to learn job skills as well as find and maintain employment.”I feel less stressed now that I work. I have a lot of skills and talent that I have uncovered. I know my mom is proud of me,” said Bruce.
You will also learn how persons served, like Daniel, are advocating for the lives they want to live. Daniel loves to travel, making memories and friends along the way. When he’s ready for a new trip, he calls on staff for help with logistics and budgeting.
Last but not least, our issue covers our upcoming Innovative Technology in Community Health Care Conference on Friday, September 8 in Boston, MA. The conference will focus on new technologies and their impact on integrated behavioral and physical health. Speakers include MA Secretary of Health and Human Services Marylou Sudders and Open Minds Chief Executive Officer and Senior Associate Monica Oss. You can learn more and register here!
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