Homelessness in Massachusetts: Who is homeless in Massachusetts?

By Sophie Fierst

This is the first installment of my blog on the subject of homelessness, where I will address various aspects of homelessness, such as keeping healthy while homeless, regaining housing in Massachusetts, and how people can help.

Challenges of Treating Chronic Pain in HIV-infected People with Opioid Dependence

This event is jointly sponsored by the New England AIDS Education and Training Center, and the U-Mass Medical School, Office of Continuing Medical Education. 

This is a network of HIV specialists and primary care clinicians who provide collegial support and experitse to one another, enhancing and advancing care for persons with HIV disease in their communities. 

Speaker:
Betty Morgan, PhD, PMHCNS-BC
Associate Professor Emeritus
Clinical Specialist in Adult Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing

Divorce Blog: The benefits of forgiving your former spouse

Terry Gaspard

By Deborah Moskovitch

Food and Coat Drive at United Neighbors, Still Collecting

United Neighbors of Fall River, Partners for a Healthier Community and the Health and Well-Being Coalition are working to help our community's most vulnerable families fight the cold this winter! 

Are the Holidays Hard for You?

Are the holidays hard for you?
You're not the only one. 

See the following invitation from the Church of the Holy Sprit:  

Join us for a different kind of Christmas sercice where we reach out to God for healing, comfort, and home with:

  • A candlelight vigil to remember lost loved ones. 
  • Special prayers to ask for the healing of emotional pain. 
  • Guest preacher Chana Rivka who will speak on healing form domestic violence. 
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