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Our nation is very sick. We are living through a pandemic, which is the easiest of the illnesses. We are also living with a cancer called racism and we suffer from massive crippling of income inequality. The first one can be cured with a vaccine, however the second two are much more structural and systemic. Read more

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College Town: Becker hosts refugee entrepreneur event

Telegram and Gazette - January 30, 2018

Starting a new business is challenging enough, but doing it in a new country is even more daunting, especially for refugees who have fled their homelands. Read more

Jessica Bond, Ascentria program manager for Therapeutic Family Connections (TFC) in Concord, New Hampshire Named one of the 2018 Class of 40 Under Forty

New Hampshire Union Leader - January 30, 2018

We are proud to announce that Jessica Bond, program manager for Therapeutic Family Connections (TFC) in Concord, New Hampshire has been named to the 2018 Class of 40 Under Forty. The Union Leader’s 40 Under Forty program recognizes some of New Hampshire’s brightest young achievers who have a record of professional and volunteer accomplishments. Read more

Ascentria 2017 Holiday Message

Ascentria Care Alliance - December 25, 2017

Dear Ascentria Community, This is the season of hope, and it’s a time to reflect on all that we have to be thankful for – our faith, our family and friends, our health, the ability we have to help others in need, and the freedoms we are blessed with in this wonderful country.

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Ascentria Care Alliance’s Christmas Gift Program to Benefit Programs in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine

Ascentria Care Alliance - December 7, 2017

Christmas is sure to be much merrier this year for more than 500 individuals served by Ascentria Care Alliance — one of the largest human service organizations in New England--thanks to the generosity of our community partners. Wish lists for warm winter clothes, non-perishable food, games, toys, crafts, gift cards, school supplies, diapers, formula, bedding, household items and bus passes are being fulfilled! These gifts will be shared with individuals and families in Ascentria’s Teen Parenting programs in MA; Foster Care programs in MA and NH; Services for New Americans programs in MA and NH; Unaccompanied Refugee Minors program in MA; and our Mental Health and Disability Services in MA and ME. Read more

Angela Bovill Remade Central Massaschusetts Social Services

Worcester Business Journal - November 1, 2017

Angela Bovill wouldn't recommend the beginning of her adult life – starting with marriage and children by age 19 – to anyone. College was postponed due to pregnancy. She went to work instead at a biotech company in native Maine. She worked in accounts payable, but she couldn't be contained there. She quickly became a fixer of complex problems.

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Ascentria Care Alliance and President/CEO, Angela Bovill, Named one of the Top 100 Women-led Businesses in Massachusetts

Boston Globe - October 30, 2017

Congratulations to Ascentria Care Alliance and our President/CEO, Angela Bovill, for again being named one of the Top 100 Women-led Businesses in Massachusetts! The awards, sponsored by the The Commonwealth Institute in partnership with Boston Globe Magazine, were announced Friday morning during a breakfast event at the Intercontinental Hotel in Boston. Ascentria came in at #47. With thousands of women-led businesses in the state, making the list of Top 100 is quite an honor and accomplishment! Read more

The Worcester Business Journal Announces Ascentria Care Alliance President/CEO Angela Bovill as one of six 2017 Outstanding Women in Business Award Winners

Worcester Business Journal - October 30, 2017

The Worcester Business Journal announces Ascentria Care Alliance President/CEO Angela Bovill as one of six 2017 Outstanding Women in Business Award winners. Outstanding Women in Business winners are selected on their achievements, impact on the community and places an added importance on the role these women have played in creating opportunities and mentoring other women in Central Massachusetts. Congratulations to Angela and this year's winners. Read more

Resettled Rohingyas in Nashua Fled Horrors in their Homeland

Union Leader - October 14, 2017

NASHUA - For most Granite Staters, the "ethnic cleansing" against the minority Rohingyas in their native Myanmar is a horrific tragedy watched from afar in news accounts. Read more

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