Category: In the News

Wayside’s Sophia Suarez-Friedman in the Watertown News on Food Insecurity

Watertown’s Hidden Problem: Food Insecurity Among Us (First Part of a Series) By Charlie Breitrose | December 11, 2023 Food on the shelfs at the Watertown Food Pantry, which has seen an increase in the number of people using its services since the start of the Pandemic. (Photo by Charlie Breitrose) For many, Watertown is…
Read more

The Boston Globe Names Wayside Youth and Family Support Network a Top Place to Work for 2023

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 8, 2023 Contact: Betsy Freedman Doherty 774-287-6418 (cell) [email protected] The Boston Globe Names Wayside Youth and Family Support Network a Top Place to Work for 2023 Magazine honors the best employers in Massachusetts Framingham (DECEMBER 3, 2023) – Wayside Youth and Family Support Network has been named one of the…
Read more

Wayside Youth & Family Support Network named 2023 TopWorkplaces in Nonprofits & Culture

We are thrilled to announce that Wayside has won three Top Workplace awards from Energage! Our annual Staff Satisfaction Survey has earned us the Top Workplace award in three categories: Top Workplace – Nonprofit Organizations Top Workplace Culture – Purpose & Values Top Workplace Culture – Innovation Energage benchmarks our scores against other agencies like…
Read more

Sara McCabe appointed Wayside President and CEO

June 30, 2023 As chair of the Board at Wayside Youth and Family Support Network, I am very pleased to inform the community that after an extensive search process, Sara McCabe was unanimously appointed by the Board to be Wayside’s new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective July 1, replacing our long time CEO Eric…
Read more

PHOTOS: 19th Annual MetroWest Human Services Advocacy Coalition Legislative Breakfast

FRAMINGHAM – The 19th annual MetroWest Human Services Advocacy Coalition legislative breakfast was held at Nevins Hall inside the Memorial Building in Framingham on Friday, April 28, 2023. City of Framingham Mayor Charlie Sisitsky welcomed the social service agencies and the MetroWest legislative delegation to the 2-hour event. Senate President Karen Spilka (D-Ashland0 and Senator…
Read more

Sexual Assault Survivors Fighting for Mass. Law Changes

MILFORD – Survivors of sexual assault spoke at Wayside Youth & Family Services Survivor’s Open Mic Night on Wednesday, April 26, advocating for changes in the statute of limitations for rape in Massachusetts, which is currently 15 years. Wayside provides trauma and addiction treatment across seven locations in Massachusetts and held the event as part of…
Read more

Framingham SOURCE – Wayside Youth & Family Support Network Receives $580,500 Grant To Assist BIPOC Mental Health Workers

In full transparency, the following is a press release submitted to SOURCE media. FRAMINGHAM – The Massachusetts Executive Office of Human Health Services (EOHHS) has awarded Wayside Youth and Family Support Network with a grant award of $580,500 under the Home and Community Based Services (HBCS) and Human Services Workforce Development Grant Program.

Grant Will Allow Wayside to Enhance Internship Program

The following information was provided by the Wayside Youth and Family Support Network: The Massachusetts Executive Office of Human Health Services (EOHHS) has awarded Wayside Youth and Family Support Network with a grant award of $580,500 under the Home and Community Based Services (HBCS) and Human Services Workforce Development Grant Program. This grant funds increasing…
Read more

Wayside Youth & Family receives $580,500 grant to help recruit, hire, BIPOC interns

FRAMINGHAM — Wayside Youth & Family Support Network said a new $580,500 grant will allow the agency to hire master’s-level interns that better reflect the population of its clients. The grant, issued by the state Executive Office of Human and Health Services, will increase stipends for interns as well as help with the costs of…
Read more

Congratulations to Guimel DeCarvalho – Multiple Award Recipient!

Guimel DeCarvalho has been selected by MetroWest Health Foundation to receive the Edna Smith Health Equity Award for her work to advance diversity, equity and inclusion at Wayside and in the MetroWest region. The award will be given on Thursday, March 31 at 7pm during the Foundation’s Annual Recognition Meeting. The Edna Smith Health Equity…
Read more

Newsletter Archive
Follow Us on Instagram

For media inquiries please contact:

Betsy Freedman Doherty
Director of Communications & Development
[email protected]
Office: 508-469-3231

Like and Follow Wayside Youth & Family Support Network on Social Media!

Groups for Caregivers & Youth

©Copyright 2024, Wayside Youth & Family Support Network. All rights reserved.
Website Development by Lachance Web Design, LLC | Privacy | Site Map | Login | Employee Intranet