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“This victory shut down a weak legal argument… the court did the right thing for this child,” said Professor Bernard Perlmutter, co-director of the clinic. The lower court sided with the child’s argument, through her court-appointed counsel, that without an explicit waiver from the child, the GAL cannot access and utilize confidential therapeutic records in the termination proceedings. Ohio State offers a world-class education at a lower cost than the majority of peer institutions. For Ohio students, the university is the second most affordable of any school with a selective admission process in the state.

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They also have an urban farming program that helps provide food sufficiency and purpose for the communities they serve, which in turn helps prevent many from falling into a pattern of substance misuse. The group also s advocates for mental health, wellness, and education, all of which are important for improving the long-term success of rehab programs in the area, including those run by other organizations. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit in Miami found that Blum was likely to prevail in his lawsuit claiming the grant program violates section 1981 of the 1866 Civil Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race when enforcing contracts. The Reconstruction-era law was originally intended to protect formally enslaved people from economic exclusion, but anti-affirmative action activists have been leveraging it to challenge programs intended to benefit minority-owned businesses. On the streets, at our Boston Living Center, and across programs, we work to prevent chronic conditions and overdoses.

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Through six tournament games, the junior is batting .538 with one home run, two runs scored, four RBIs and one stolen base. U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Thrash Jr., who was appointed by President Bill Clinton, had ruled that the Fearless Fund’s grant program is a form of protected speech under the First Amendment. A small player in the venture capital industry, the Fearless Fund was founded by Black women to back Black women, who received less than 1% of the $215 billion in venture capital funding last year. The firm has funded new companies like restaurant chain Slutty Vegan and beauty brand Live Tinted.

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Post is the No. 2-ranked sophomore lefty in the state, per PBR, and a dominant force on the mound for the Vikings. The Fearless Fund case is part of a growing pushback from conservative activists like Blum, who after last year’s landmark affirmative action victory over race-conscious college admissions, set his sights on the private sector. The psychotherapist-patient privilege is a legal safeguard that shields private disclosures made by a patient to a therapist from being accessed by other parties without the patient’s consent.

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As the Vikings’ top reliever, the junior has bat-missing stuff and the ability to pitch in stressful situations. In two tournament appearances, Pauw has allowed just one hit and no earned runs with eight strikeouts over 3⅔ innings. The junior infielder has been an on-base machine for the Knights this postseason. Gutwein is batting .473 with 11 runs scored, two triples, one double, five RBIs and one stolen base. Forniss has electric stuff that plays up due to his deceptive delivery and left handedness. The Northwestern commit’s fastball touches 90 mph and he has two high-spin breaking pitches.

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They make sure people have clean needles and talk to those who are engaged with sex work, asking how they are keeping themselves safe. “Every time I had an appointment, they had somebody to come with me because it’s how I felt safe,” she said. By the time she was 10 or 11, Rivera and her siblings were placed in foster care because of their mother’s alcohol use. Being able to provide that respite and getting to see individuals who have come in from the street smile (she calls them “members”) is the best, she told These calls are offered at no cost to you and with no obligation to enter into treatment. Neither this site nor anyone who answers the call receives a commission or fee dependent upon which treatment provider a visitor may ultimately choose.

We established a nurturing community where every member finds belonging and plays an active role in shaping their journey toward recovery. The Jamaica Plain Recovery Center (JPRC) is a peer-led community center in partnership with Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Our specialized, short-term treatment programs are for individuals diagnosed with substance use disorder who have additional treatment needs. The senior shortstop has been a fixture of the Illiana Christian program for four seasons. The top-ranked senior shortstop is batting .440 with 41 runs scored, 32 RBIs, 10 doubles, 22 stolen bases, six triples and five home runs.

Sarah Porter, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, is currently serving as interim CEO of Granada House Review until a new executive is announced. Granada House strives to meet the needs of disadvantaged homeless families and individuals in underserved communities throughout Boston. The majority of our programs are located in or serve urban Boston communities of Dorchester, Mattapan, Roxbury, and Jamaica Plain. We have permanent supported housing programs for men, women, and/or families with HIV/AIDS or other disabilities in Mattapan, Boston’s Fenway area, the South End, and Topsfield. Granada House provides recovery, health, and housing services through thirty-three buildings in Boston, Cambridge, and now Topsfield, fourteen of which we own. Maintaining these units in the manner that those in our care both need and deserve is a great cost to our organization.

The “anti-woke” backlash has unnerved business leaders who find themselves navigating shifting terrain. The appeals court affirmed the trial court’s ruling in favor of this mature and intelligent child’s ability to continue to confide their innermost thoughts and feelings with the therapist. The affirmance upholds the finding that it is in a child’s best interests to protect their relationship with a therapist, which ensures more effective treatment for children with emotional and mental disorders in abuse and neglect proceedings. The Strivers Grant Fund is one of several programs run by the foundation arm of the Fearless Fund, which was founded to address the wide racial disparity in funding for businesses owned by women of color.

The appeals panel also rejected the Fearless Fund’s contention that Blum had no standing because the lawsuit was filed on behalf of three anonymous women who failed to demonstrate that they were “ready and able” to apply for the grant or that they had been injured by not being to do so. Over the 14 years, Rivera said she found herself constantly wanting to learn more about harm reduction and the ways to help people, like herself, who deal with addiction and recovery. You’ll meet Greg, a man who believes in discipline, community support, and that it’s never too late to transform your life. And you’ll hear from Executive Director Sarah Porter as she mourns the loss of the beloved Larry Kessler, an incredible activist, and friend to so many. We provide high-quality, evidence-based services based on individual needs, offering flexible, strengths-based solutions to people’s biggest challenges. The switch-hitting catcher is the No. 1-ranked sophomore backstop in the state, per PBR.

But now, with 24 years in recovery, the Dorchester resident hopes that by talking about her own experiences, others might be encouraged to speak up. She’s also hopeful that people who are quick to judge the unsheltered individuals, still in the throes of their own crises of addiction and mental health, living around Mass. and Cass might gain greater understanding from hearing her story. “I am proud that the City of Boston’s investment helped create this beautiful new home for women and their families who are suffering from addiction,” said Mayor Walsh. “When women walk in the front door of Joelyn’s, they walk into the front door to their new life–a door to counseling, support, and permanent housing–that is a critical part of our strategy to end substance abuse in Boston. Together, we can make Boston a city where no one is left behind.” For many, Granada House represents the last possibility for hope and the first chance for sustained success in their battles with addiction or illness. Last year, 4,775 people turn to Granada House for shelter, sustenance, recovery, care, and professional, compassionate support.

Ready to help individuals and families with nowhere else to go find their way home. Mayor Martin J. Walsh yesterday joined Governor Charlie Baker and Granada House to officially open Joelyn’s Home, a new 24-bed residential recovery home for women. Housed in a beautifully renovated Victorian home in Roxbury, Joelyn’s Home will provide housing and comprehensive direct care services to women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, while providing additional support for those with mental illness and HIV/AIDS. Seventy-five percent of those that Granada House serves are homeless when admitted, and twenty percent are women caring for children.

The GAL contended that it could waive the privilege on the child’s behalf in its efforts to pursue a termination of the child’s parents’ legal rights. The University of Miami School of Law’s Children and Youth Law Clinic recently won a case for a Florida foster child in which it participated as an amicus curiae. The ruling, handed down by Florida’s 5th District Court of Appeal on January 22, 2024, affirms the child’s rights to assert the psychotherapist-patient privilege in a dependency court proceeding. The challenges and opportunities raised by the growing use of artificial intelligence systems are at the forefront of operational and ethical considerations for government and higher education leaders. While the use of artificial intelligence has become more common thanks to programs like ChatGPT or DALL-E, machine learning is not a new phenomenon. The university expects to distribute more than $465 million in financial aid in fiscal year 2024, in total.

Alphonso David, Fearless Fund’s legal counsel who serves as president and CEO of The Global Black Economic Forum, said all options were being evaluated to continue fighting the lawsuit. Scott is active in the community both in Boston, and in Provincetown where he and his family spend significant time. Scott’s family includes husband, Michael McGuill, their son Luis, and their dog Quito.

Cheri’s work’s focus is on the health and well-being for vulnerable populations. When individuals and families are safely housed, they’re much more likely to address their physical and mental health, addictions, and other issues. Our housing stabilization services, including emergency shelter, permanent housing, and case management, move people off the street as quickly as possible, with as few barriers as possible. Since 1989, the Boston Living Center (BLC) has fosterered the wellness of all HIV positive people and respond to the changing needs of the HIV/AIDS community. In March of 2012, the BLC became a part of Granada House, ensuring their vital services continue to be available for adults with HIV/AIDS.

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