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On May 1, 2018, our community will come together for Valley Gives, and we need YOU to join us! It’s 24 hours of unprecedented nonprofit giving—and it’s your chance to make a real difference, right here in our community.

The epidemic of opioid overdose and death is the most pressing public health crisis of our time, killing nearly four Massachusetts residents every day in 2016. It is a fact that the opioid crisis is not happening to others—it is happening to each and every one of us, in our own backyards.

Caring Health Center (CHC) serves over 20,000 community residents per year and is invested in changing lives. Our innovative, evidence-based, opioid use interventions promote lasting recovery. From programs tailored for individual needs to urgent care that provides life-changing medications on the spot, CHC delivers quality, integrated care for residents regardless of insurance, ability to pay, language and cultural barriers.

If you believe everyone should have access to equitable health care, consider supporting Caring Health Center through Valley Gives. By showing your love, you can help support our medication assisted treatment (MAT) and behavioral health support programs which transform patients lives.

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Your generous support means the world to our community, now more than ever. Valley Gives—an online giving website for Western MA nonprofits— provides CHC with 15 chances to maximize your gift!

By making a matching gift of $1,000 or more, you will give us the chance to win a $25,000 match prize raffle for our work in the community.

Together,we hope  to raise more than $25,000 on Valley Gives Day and we’re counting on your help to carry our mission forward.

Help us increase our odds by pledging to make a donation of $25 or more!

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Our impact

3 medical facilities 126 narcan ®  prescriptions  dispensed in 2017 over 2o,oo0  Patients treated over 250 healthcare Workers supported 328 medication assisted therapy  (mat) sessions in last 6 months

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