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  • Community Based Services

    Saint Vincent’s Group Home Program provides a community-based congregate care setting for adolescent male clients, ages 12 to 22, with a focus on the development of age-appropriate life skills and pre-independent living skills.

    Community Based Services

    Saint Vincent’s Group Home Program provides a community-based congregate care setting for adolescent male clients, ages 12 to 22, with a focus on the development of age-appropriate life skills and pre-independent living skills.

  • Mental Health Clinic

    Saint Vincent’s Mental Health Clinic is licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and provides diagnostic assessments, therapy, and intervention for clients including children and youth under the age of 21, adults, couples and families.

    Mental Health Clinic

    Saint Vincent’s Mental Health Clinic is licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and provides diagnostic assessments, therapy, and intervention for clients including children and youth under the age of 21, adults, couples and families.

News & Events

Spreading Christmas Cheer

 

 

As the Christmas season approaches, we are hoping you will join us in being a part of making this Christmas more than just a season for the children, youth and families we serve. Your simple act of generosity will make a big difference in their life.  

 

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Adult Easter Egg Hunt

cover photo3Join us for our inaugural Adult Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 13, 2019!

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Welcome to Saint Vincent’s

Saint Vincent’s works with children, youth and families to restore relationships and support family permanence. Our staff provides in-home and community-based services, and outpatient behavioral health for children, youth and families. Emphasis is on trauma-informed, family-centered, compassionate care while Working with Children and Families to Preserve Hope

Established in 1885 by the Sisters of Mercy and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fall River as an orphanage, Saint Vincent’s is now a multi-service, child- and family-serving behavioral health organization accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA). Our Mission is Giving Children and Families in Need What They Need Most.

 

YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE:

Support our Mission and help us change lives by bringing hope to children, youth and families in our community! 

 
 

CHRISTMAS UPDATES:

 

SCOTTIE'S PUB FUNDRAISER

Mark your calendars and join us on Sunday, December 9th, at Scottie's Pub from 12 to 4pm! We are hosting an all-you-can-eat buffet fundraiser to support the children of Saint Vincent's so we can donate Toys to over 90 Children this Christmas! The donation for the all-you-can-eat buffet is $25 and you can expect their famous Chicken Mozambique, Chicken Wings, Pizza bites and many more items off their amazing menu!

To purchase tickets in person, please visit Saint Vincent's Fall River campus or call (508) 235-3329. This event is sponsored by Bruno Pereira, Realtor and Community Assistance Project Inc.

MEMORIAL TREE

On Sunday, December 9, 2018 at 4:00pm following the celebration of our Memorial Mass, the Chapel at Saint Vincent’s will glow with the lights from our Memorial Tree.  Each light will represent the name, memory and will honor loved ones.  In addition, each name will be added to our Memorial Book that will be remembered and prayed over during each mass served at the Chapel at Saint Vincent’s.

You can remember and honor a loved one by sponsoring a light on the Memorial Tree for $10.00.  All proceeds go directly to programs that benefit the children, youth and families served by Saint Vincent’s.

RUCK SACK

Fall River's 215th Army Band will depart for their annual Ruck March from Dwelly Street Armory to Saint Vincent's on December 15th! This incredible group of men and women will march 5 miles through the city with toys on their backs for the children of Saint Vincent's. Thank you 215th Army Band and stay warm!

 


What's New...


 Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC)

Saint Vincent's Home has recently introduced Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC), an evidence based initiative developed by Justice Resource Institute (JRI) in all of our residential and congregate care levels of care.   [Relate only to trauma expertise, training experience, etc.] Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC) is a framework for intervention with youth and families who have experienced multiple and/or prolonged traumatic stress. READ MORE...


SMART Room Development

Six clinicians the Saint Vincent’s Behavioral Health Clinic participated in a two-day training in SMART (Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment) which is part of a year-long collaboration sponsored by the Children’s Advocacy Center of Bristol County. READ MORE...

 

 

 

On Sunday, December 9, 2018 following the celebration of our

 Memorial Mass, the Chapel at Saint Vincent’s will glow with the lights

 from our Memorial Tree.  Each light will represent the name, memory

and will honor loved ones.  In addition, each name will be added

to our Memorial Book that will be remembered and prayed over during

each mass served at the Chapel at Saint Vincent’s.

 

         I thank my God every time I remember you.  Philippians 1:3

 

         You can remember and honor a loved one by sponsoring a

    light on the Memorial Tree for $10.00.  All proceeds go

    directly to programs that benefit the children, youth

    and families served by Saint Vincent’s.