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HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE VOLUNTEER OPENINGS

HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE HAS TWO VOLUNTEER OPENINGS. Medical professionals, your experience is needed to monitor and protect the rights of people with intellectual/developmental disabilities who live in residential settings managed by Fidelity House Human Services. The committee meets monthly and members serve a two-year term. Opening #1: A physician, dentist, or nurse. Opening #2: A psychologist or Masters

Residential Management Team

This year, we are highlighting the various departments that make Fidelity House Human Services all that it is. This #ThankfulThursday, we are extremely grateful to our Residential Management Team! Fidelity House Human Services provides opportunities for small group-living in 20 community residences located throughout Lawrence, Methuen, Haverhill, Georgetown, and Andover. Homes are staffed 24 hours a day and provide a

Lanes & Games Sponsor Highlight

This #ThankfulThursday, we highlight our FIRST Lanes & Games sponsor! A humbled thank you to our Board of Directors Chair and President of Abbot Financial Management, Andrew Novelline, for all that you do to continue inspiring hope. Your valuable gift is helping us provide recreational programs for people with disabilities. About Abbot Financial Management: Clients look

Thank You, Harvard Pilgrim

On December 21st, Fidelity House Human Services was selected to receive a Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation Community Spirit 9/11 Mini-Grant in appreciation of the work that we do in our communities. More specifically, the purpose of these funds was to pay for a holiday meal for households where the dads have been removed because of domestic violence and

“He Really Likes Gymnastics”

John Martin and his wife Erin were troubled when they got the news that their son Jack, now five years old, was diagnosed with autism and global developmental delay. Leading up to it, John says “I just knew something was off. Especially being our second child, I could see the differences in the way he

Heroes in Everyday Places

Here’s a story about a real hero in our community. Her name is Patty. She didn’t look like a hero at first. She came to us at age 24, an adopted child who grew up with three other children who also had special needs. As you might imagine, life in Patty’s family was tough. She

Thank You, Giving Tree

This week, the Giving Tree Campaign team began distributing gifts purchased by your financial contributions! Some gifts included: holiday meals for over 15 families a night out for parents who have dedicated their lives to caring for their child with disabilities and have not been on a date in over 17 years; and a much-needed

It’s More Than A Cup of Coffee

“Bitty & Beau’s Coffee creates a culture where diversity is not just appreciated, it’s celebrated.” “Amy married “Mr. Wright” 24 years ago. They’re the proud parents of four children – the two youngest, Bitty & Beau, having Down syndrome – which makes them feel like the luckiest people on the planet. As advocates for the

2017 Annual Meeting

Yesterday we celebrated our 46th Annual Meeting and Breakfast at Salvatore’s Function Facility where employees were celebrated and Service Awards were presented. In addition, we listened to Delia Durán-Clark, MSW, M.Ed., a seasoned educator and administrator, share her experiences as an immigrant Latina from her native country of the Dominican Republic to the United States. Thank you to

#GivingTuesday

Thank you To all who participated in and supported the Giving Tree Campaign. We have raised over $5,000 in only a month. Your contribution has made it possible for Fidelity House Human Services to purchase a number of gifts that will surprise and delight a family or individual with disabilities. There is still time to