14 June, 2024
Celebrating Juneteenth: Local Events and History
Juneteenth, also known as Jubilee Day, Freedom Day, Emancipation Day, or Black Independence Day, is the anniversary of when General Gordon Granger marched his troops...
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14 May, 2024
LUK, Inc. joins 19 organizations across the state awarded $1.9 million for statewide suicide prevention services
BOSTON — The Department of Public Health (DPH) today announced $1.9 million in annual state funding over the next 11 years awarded to 19 community organizations...
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16 April, 2024
Celebrating Earth Day
First held on April 22, 1970, Earth Day is an annual event to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Check out various Earth Day events happening...
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11 April, 2024
LUK, Inc. to Provide Mental Health Training through Brake the Silence Grant Funding
Fitchburg — LUK, Inc. recently received funding from Brake the Silence Foundation to provide Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention trainings. LUK will host these...
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9 February, 2024
Celebrating Black History Month: Local Black-Owned Businesses
Black History Month is a time to celebrate the great contributions and achievements of the Black community, and one way to do this is highlighting...
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13 April, 2023
10th Annual Kids at Heart Sponsorships!
Thank you again to all of our gala sponsors, your support is incredible! Helpdesk Adcare AIS Alpha Rho, Inc Athol Savings Bank Atlas Temp Agency...
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31 March, 2023
Women’s History Month : Beth Barto
     As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we would like to shine a spotlight on LUK, Inc.’s CEO, Beth Barto. Barto started her human services...
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10 December, 2021
Tips on Keeping Busy this Winter From LUK Prevention
Amber Haney / LUK Prevention Team Winter break during a pandemic leaves many of us with more time (and boredom) than we know what to...
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9 December, 2021
Empowering Youth and Embracing Self-Care Through Art
by Amber Haney Throughout the month of May, LUK Prevention is encouraging youth in Central Massachusetts to consider the ways in which they are making...
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