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Helping Massachusetts children and families live successfully

July 12, 2010

Matt Stone

We are so grateful for the partnerships we have forged with the Department of Children and Families, the Department of Mental Health, the Family Networks staff with whom we work closely, and the many other amazing human service organizations we’ve come to know through our participation in the Children’s League of Massachusetts, Citizens for Juvenile Justice, the Strengthening Families Coalition, the Massachusetts Task Force on Aging Out, and the Massachusetts Council of Human Service Providers Inc. We have learned so much from these relationships and we are proud to be part of the service landscape, helping children and families live successfully in the Bay State.

Recently, we created a leadership council of some of Massachusetts’ top business and civic leaders to help us promote the important work we do in the community and hold us accountable for achieving positive results. While we have extended the reach of our programs in the Commonwealth considerably during the past three years, there are still many more children and families who need our support to stay together or be safely reunited. We will continue to focus on expanding our programs in order to help even more children stay home whenever possible.

By working alongside our partners, we are helping bring about change that will have a positive impact for generations to come. We are honored to be a part of this worthy endeavor. However, there is still much work to be done and we cannot do it alone.

We thank you for joining with us as we work to help Massachusetts’ children and families live successfully and encourage you to stay involved and connected.

Matthew Stone, MSSW
Massachusetts State Manager

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