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Information Session on our 2019 Grant Cycle

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Event Details:

Learn More HERE

Date: Jan. 17, 2019

Time: 9:00 - 10:00 am

Location: McCarthy Auditorium

Peabody Municipal Light Plant

Peabody, MA

In case you missed them…

Here are some highlights of our most recent events.

Meeting the Evolving Needs of Older Adults

November 27, 2018

10:00 - 11:30 am

North Shore Elder Services, Danvers, MA

Participants at this event heard updated demographic information on our growing population of older adults across the North Shore and Cape Ann, followed by presentations from several municipalities sharing their communities’ responses. Click here to access an information sheet from the United Nations on developing Age Friendly Communities.

Our panelists were:

Jan Mutchler, Director, Center for Social & Demographic Research on Aging, UMass Boston

Patricia Zaido, Co-Chair, Salem for All Ages Task Force

MaryAnn Holak, Director, Beverly Council on Aging

Carrie Johnson, Age & Dementia Friendly Coordinator, SeniorCare

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Meet the Funder Event

December 6, 2018

8:30 - 11:00

Wylie Conference Center, Endicott College, Beverly, MA

This discussion and networking event was designed to take some of the mystery out of the grant decision process. An information sheet with represented funders’ guidelines and priorities is available here.

Our panelists (shown above) were, from left to right:

Christine Healey, Lahey Health (Beverly and Addison Gilbert Hospitals)

Sarah Bartley, The United Way of Massachusetts Bay

Steve Walsh, The Foundation for Alcohol Education

Beth Francis, Essex County Community Foundation

Chuck Colsten, The Tower Foundation

Stephanie Sladen, North Shore Community Health Network


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We have gathered your feedback on pressing issues, programs that show promising results, and ideas for how the North Shore Community Health Network can help. Click on the titles to find our summary notes on youth/adolescent behavioral health and elder health.