Uxbridge Ribbon Cutting
Venture Community Services Hosts Ribbon Cutting & Open House for New Program
Uxbridge | Sturbridge – Venture Community Services, one of the Commonwealth’s leading providers of innovative human services, held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, September 15th in honor of their newest Community Day Program. The program is located at 670 Douglas Street in Uxbridge and is the agency’s first in the Blackstone Valley region. The day program provides support for young adults with developmental disabilities and the company is also in the process of developing autism services for children and families.
“Although we have been providing services in Uxbridge since earlier this year, we are excited to more formally announce our presence in the Blackstone Valley,” said Mike Hyland, Venture President & CEO. “We are grateful for the support we have received from the entire community and look forward to delivering quality services to the area for years to come.”
Photo: left to right – Dot Cote, CFO, Kevin Hughes, VP Day Services, Patty Lamoureux, Board Member, Donna Peters, Board President, Mike Hyland, President & CEO, Kerrie Mason, VP Marketing, Tiffany Breau, VP Facilities & I.T., Jeannie Hebert, President & CEO Blackstone Valley Chamber, State Representative, Kevin Kuros.
Venture Community Services is committed to providing compassionate, person-centered services that assist individuals and families in reaching their goals. What began as an organization with two small group homes has grown into one of the largest human service providers in Massachusetts, and with over 700 employees, one of the largest employers in the Worcester County area. Venture encourages independence through a continuum of support which includes community residential services, day programs, supported employment, transportation, autism supports, adult foster care, and shared living.
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