Dr. Matilde "Mattie" Castiel, MD, Commissioner
The City of Worcester has been awarded $5.6 million in federal grants from the HUD Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes.
Posted: Tuesday 10/01/19
Nominations are now being accepted for the City of Worcester Poet Laureate Program and Youth Poet Laureate Program.
Posted: Monday 09/30/19
The Division of Public Health and the Department of Inspectional Services have lifted a public health advisory at Indian Lake.
Posted: Wednesday 09/25/19
The Commission on Disability, led by Elizabeth Myska, hosted the 5th Annual White Cane Safety Awareness Exercise. Six officials were blindfolded for a downtown walk accompanied by sighted guides and local Visually Impaired Persons (VIPs). Thank you to the MCPHS School of...
Posted: Friday 10/18/19 8:35 AM
Project New Hope Inc. Non-Profit Veterans Organization is running Operation Jeepers Christmas this year. If you are a veteran and need some assistance please sign up....
Posted: Thursday 10/17/19 8:33 AM
Advocating for White Cane Safety!
Posted: Wednesday 10/16/19 1:17 PM
It has come to the attention of the Veteran Services Division that a veteran, Joseph Lupien, passed recently and he has only two living relatives. If you can, I invite you to attend his memorial service in the Mausoleum at St. Johns Cemetery in Worcester tomorrow, October 11, at...
Posted: Thursday 10/10/19 3:51 PM
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MMS President Dr. Alain A. Chaoui joined Dr. Mattie Castiel, Commissioner of Health and Human Services for the City of Worcester, to film a short PSA that validated the fact that opioid use disorder is a disease.