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Hope for 2019

By Pam Sampson, Vice President of Residential Services I was recently watching a 2018 retrospective news program that featured people who demonstrate hope on a daily basis, despite facing some adverse circumstances. Politically and culturally, 2018 was a year of heightened emotions and challenges. T...

By Pam Sampson, Vice President of Residential Services I was recently watching a 2018 retrospective

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This Can’t Be the New Normal

By Mike Hyland, President and CEO It’s difficult to observe the recent spate of violence in our country and not be shaken.  Last week, we watched law enforcement track down someone who mailed bombs to people he never even met.  Thankfully, no one was hurt in these attempted assaults but that rel...

By Mike Hyland, President and CEO It’s difficult to observe the recent spate of violence in our co

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Hope for 2019

By Pam Sampson, Vice President of Residential Services I was recently watching a 2018 retrospective news program that featured people who demonstrate hope on a daily basis, despite facing some adverse circumstances. Politically and culturally, 2018 was a year of heightened emotions and challenges. T...

By Pam Sampson, Vice President of Residential Services I was recently watching a 2018 retrospective

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This Can’t Be the New Normal

By Mike Hyland, President and CEO It’s difficult to observe the recent spate of violence in our country and not be shaken.  Last week, we watched law enforcement track down someone who mailed bombs to people he never even met.  Thankfully, no one was hurt in these attempted assaults but that rel...

By Mike Hyland, President and CEO It’s difficult to observe the recent spate of violence in our co

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    There Really Are Plenty of Good Stories

    Posted By: Kerrie Mason

    by Mike Hyland, President & CEO What trying times we live in now.  It seems every newscast we watch leads off with a story about s...

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    Sensory-Friendly Spring Fling

    Posted By: Paige Mador

    Following the success of our Sensory-Friendly Halloween Party in October, we have decided to host another free community event for fami...

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    Autism Service Family Forum

    Posted By: Paige Mador

    Venture Community Services is hosting their first autism services parent and family forum at our Uxbridge Day Program (670 Douglas Stre...

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    A New Year Has Arrived

    Posted By: Paige Mador

    By Mike Hyland, President and CEO Another year has passed and a new one is now beginning.  This annual event always provides us with t...

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    This Can’t Be the New Normal

    Posted By: Paige Mador

    By Mike Hyland, President and CEO It’s difficult to observe the recent spate of violence in our country and not be shaken.  Last wee...

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    ANCOR Advocacy Week

    Posted By: Paige Mador

    This week is Advocacy Week at ANCOR, our national trade association that represents more than 1,400 community providers of services to ...

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    Developmental Disability Awareness Month

    Posted By: Paige Mador

    This March marks the 28th anniversary of Developmental Disability Awareness Month.  The National Association of Councils on Developmen...

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    Thank You to our Legislators

    Posted By: Paige Mador

    Over the past few months, Venture has been proud to welcome legislators from the communities we serve into our programs to share with t...

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