NEWS & STORIES
Vinfen Announces New President and CEO
Vinfen’s Board of Directors is delighted to announce the selection of Jean Yang, MBA, as the company’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. Ms. Yang brings twenty years of healthcare experience spanning across…
Vinfen Awarded Northeast Region Lowell Community Behavioral Health Center (CBHC) Contract
Vinfen, a leading provider of community-based services for adults and youth with mental health conditions, intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injuries, and behavioral health challenges in Massachusetts and Connecticut, has been awarded the Northeast region Lowell CBHC contract by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS).
2022 Board of Directors’ Scholarship Winners
The 2022 Vinfen Board of Directors Scholarship winners are Adult Community Clinical Services Outreach Worker Brian Gregory and Residential Program Director Teresia Thuo!
A life of Advocacy in the Arts
For more than 44 years, Rae Edelson has been the Director of Gateway Arts, a Vinfen service and an internationally acclaimed studio art center dedicated to providing individualized arts-based services…
A Legacy of Care
Dr. Bruce L. Bird – a licensed psychologist, humble and effective leader, innovator, and dedicated advocate – has decided to step down as Vinfen’s President and Chief Executive Officer after 19 years of service to the Vinfen community.
Letter to the Editor: Prioritizing the Human Services Workforce Crisis in Massachusetts
If Massachusetts’ rainy day fund is nearing an all-time high of $6.55 billion, then we should recognize that the community mental health and human services workforce crisis is a rainy…
JOB COACH RECIPIENT OF PROVIDERS’ COUNCIL AWARD
Vinfen Developmental Services Division Job Coach Jules Cleophat is the most recent recipient of the Gerry Wright Direct Services Employee Award
Residential Director Receives Outstanding Leadership Award
ACCS Residential Director Kiwi Diaz receives award from the Association For Behavioral Healthcare.
VINFEN AWARDED ADDITIONAL $2 MILLION GRANT FROM SAMHSA
Vinfen awarded a $2 million grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Community Mental Health Centers Grant Program.
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