LUK and Trahan Celebrate $5.6 Million Federal Investment in Mental and Behavioral Health Services

FITCHBURG, MA – Yesterday, Congresswoman Lori Trahan (MA-03), a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Health Subcommittee, was joined by Fitchburg Mayor Sam Squailia to highlight $5,665,706 in federal funding awarded to LUK, Inc. to improve mental and behavioral health services in Fitchburg.

“LUK is beyond thrilled to implement programming to help children, families, and young adults to meet their unique potential,” said LUK CEO Beth Barto. “We are thankful to the federal government for their ongoing support to implement these essential services. We appreciate Congresswoman Trahan’s steadfast advocacy for our community.” Read more about the funding being celebrated by LUK and Trahan here.

Congresswoman Lori Trahan (MA-03), Fitchburg Mayor Sam Squailia, LUK CEO Beth Barto and members of LUK staff pose in a conference room with a large check addressed to LUK for 5,665,706 from the US Treasury for Mental & Behavioral Health Services

LUK is a nonprofit multiservice agency dedicated to improving the safety, health, and emotional well-being of youth, families, and adults. As a community-based organization, LUK offers an array of child and family services throughout Central Massachusetts. Learn more about LUK, Inc.