Health and Educational Services and CAB Health and Recovery Services are being merged to form one, non-profit behavioral health agency.
As president and CEO of the newly merged organization, I’m proud to lead this new agency, beginning with the merger strategic plan and process.
Bringing two vibrant, respected nonprofits together requires a visionary, detailed and thoughtful plan. In the coming weeks and months, look for our ongoing updates, letters, newsletters and merger websites as we communicate our goals and strategic plan to our various constituent groups, including our valued employees, patients, board of directors, funders, donors, program partners and the wider North Shore and Merrimack Valley communities.
Between our two organizations, we have over 91 years’ of shared experience in which each agency has built a solid continuum of care. As a single, multi-service behavioral health agency, we will help each client to access the type or level of care he or she needs—when it’s needed.
Merging two nonprofit organizations is an opportunity to accomplish great things while providing exemplary, integrated healthcare.
I look forward to working with our staff and supporters to make this a reality.