Inbox: Ascentria receives refugee health grant; City nets national public health accreditation; QCC corporate breakfast; Mechanics Hall concert series; Polito to address Worcester State University graduates

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From left, Angela Bovill, president and CEO, Ascentria Care Alliance; Jan Yost, president and CEO, Health Foundation of Central Mass.; Robert Carey, director, Office of Refugee Resettlement; and Linda Hartke, president and CEO, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service.

Courtesy of Ascentria Care Alliance

From left, Angela Bovill, president and CEO, Ascentria Care Alliance; Jan Yost, president and CEO, Health Foundation of Central Mass.; Robert Carey, director, Office of Refugee Resettlement; and Linda Hartke, president and CEO, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service.

Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts awards pilot grant to Ascentria Care Alliance

Ascentria Care Alliance has received a grant from The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts to pilot the Partnership for Refugee Wellness project. The pilot is focused on enhancing the health and well-being of refugees by promoting their self-sufficiency, integration and engagement in the community.


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