ServiceNet’s DBT Program Offers Vital Treatment Option to Young People at Risk for Suicide  

September marks National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, a vital opportunity to reduce taboos and increase awareness around suicide prevention—especially among our youth population, who [...]

ServiceNet’s Jim Frutkin Brings Years of Experience to Work Supporting First Responders and other Clinicians

Jim Frutkin, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Business Development at ServiceNet, brings 34 years of experience in clinical mental health to his daily work supporting innovative mental [...]

Study: Poverty affects children’s brains but public policy can reduce impact

BY KAREN BROWN NEW ENGLAND PUBLIC MEDIA TUESDAY, APRIL 5TH, 2022 A recent study out of Harvard University suggests that public policies aiming to reduce the harms of poverty may lead to [...]

Workforce board receives $252,000 training grant

BERKSHIRE EAGLE MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH, 2022 PITTSFIELD — The MassHire Berkshire Workforce Board has received $252,000 for workforce training and support in the behavioral health sector [...]

Finding balance: Local mental health professional shares strategies

BY JAQUELYN VOGHEL DAILY HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE MARCH 17TH, 2020 NORTHAMPTON — As schools and businesses close, and public health officials encourage social distancing due to the COVID-19 virus, it’s [...]

ServiceNet brings new depression treatment to Greenfield

BY MELINA BOURDEAU THE RECORDER JANUARY 26TH, 2020 GREENFIELD — ServiceNet is trying out a new treatment for depression, having recently become the first and only community mental health agency [...]

She’s Forging Pathways to Help People Overcome OCD and Hoarding Disorder

BY JOSEPH BEDNAR BUSINESS WEST SEPTEMBER 5TH, 2019 To illustrate one of the many ways obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD, can manifest itself, Tara Ferrante said everyone has stood at a [...]

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