Bridge Program, Perinatal Behavioral Health Program Receive Grants from Spectrum Health Systems

Six members of South Shore Health and Spectrum Health Systems pose for a photo after Spectrum's recent grant.
L to R: Rachel Devilly, LPN, Lead Nurse, Spectrum Health Systems; Alexander Perry, Regional Operations Manager, Spectrum Health Systems; Todd Kerensky, MD, Medical Director of Addiction Medicine at South Shore Health; Kristin Leonard, Regional Program Director of Spectrum Health Systems; Tim Quigley, RN, DNP, Senior Vice President - Special Projects; and Cheryl Coveney, Director of Patient Access Services.

We're pleased to announce that the Bridge Program and Perinatal Behavioral Health Program, both part of the Grayken Center for Treatment at South Shore Health, recently received Community Impact Committee grants from Spectrum Health Systems. 

Each program received a grant of $5,000.

Spectrum Health Systems, a provider of behavioral health and substance use disorder services across New England, recently launched the Community Impact Committee to recognize and support community-based organizations that provide services to the population that Spectrum itself serves. 

Locally, Spectrum offers clinical support services and residential treatment for adult men and an outpatient treatment program in Weymouth.

We're honored to have both the Bridge Program and Perinatal Behavioral Health Program selected for this meaningful recognition.

Learn more about the Grayken Center for Treatment at South Shore Health.