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CEO Recruitment
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Donating at the close of 2021
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Wishing you a season filled with health, happiness and love.
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Celebrating Staff Anniversaries
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23rd Annual Mission Award Receipients
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Native American History Month
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Chef Cameron DeGrazia, Saint Vincent's Services Food Service Manager, sat down with South Coast Insider's Brian Lowney, to discuss one of our long-standing traditions - Gingerbread House decorating! Read more about how this tradition began and what makes it so special!
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Please help us get ready for the 2021/22 School Year!
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Excellent opportunities are available for individuals looking to make a difference in the lives of children.
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With your help we can make Christmas wishes come true!
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We are prepared and ready to help. As the situation with coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to develop and spread throughout the Southcoast of Massachusetts, our entire staff team is working to continue to provide for the needs of our clients and reliable access to the important services you count on. Promoting health and safety. For everyone. Nothing is more important to us than your health and safety, and the need to protect those most vulnerable to the coronavirus. Saint Vincent’s is taking multiple steps to minimize health risks to our clients, staff members and our communities, including enhanced cleaning procedures in our residential environments and our Mental Health Clinic. Visitation Requirements Current EEC regulations for residential treatment and congregate care providers allow for OUTDOOR visitation only.  EEC has issued temporary residential regulations related to the pandemic.  The Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) has identified that congregate care/group home visitation is limited to: Outdoor, on-grounds, visitation onlyUp to 2 individuals (visitors) for a maximum of 45 minutesSocial distancing and sanitation guidelines are in effect Saint Vincent’s has identified four (4) outdoor visit spaces that will be furnished with picnic tables and umbrellas.  Each outdoor table will have a visible table number noting its designation. All visits MUST be scheduled in advance with the client’s Clinical Care Manager.  Visits may only be scheduled during business hours (Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm).  Visits may not be scheduled to occur at, or after, 5pm.  All
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Friends of Saint Vincent's;As we all deal with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in our lives and, for provider agencies like Saint Vincent’s Services, the impact on the clients and families we serve, it is critical that we also acknowledge and take a stand, relative to the tragic death of George Floyd and the threat of racism, which is another endemic sickness which threatens all of us. Racism rears its head when Black lives are devalued, threatened or put in harm’s way. While the recent responses to the taking of the life of a Black man have begun as peaceful protests by most, many have resulted in violent, destructive and hateful actions which is not only disappointing but frightening and quite sad. Saint Vincent’s Services serves many minority children, youth and families from the Southcoast area in our programs and we have an obligation to come to a meaningful understanding of what it means for those clients to live in the dark shadow of racial bigotry and injustice. Racial inequality is not just an issue for any minority community or group which experiences lack of acceptance or understanding. Social justice must be held as a value by all of us to ensure that no one is treated inequitably based on their color, beliefs or culture.We all need to act to prevent and eliminate domination of, exploitation of, and discrimination against any person, group, or class on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin,
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