Hospital for Behavioral Medicine Names Allison Bernier Chief Operating Officer

(Worcester, MA) – The Hospital for Behavioral Medicine (HBM) has named Allison Bernier as the new Chief Operating Officer. She will have oversight of the Operations, Business Development, Outpatient, and Intake teams. Allison comes to HBM with over 20 years of experience in the behavioral healthcare field. Most recently, Allison served as Senior Director of […]

It’s Pride Month

June is a time to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and acknowledge the unique challenges that we continue to overcome. LGBTQ+ individuals experience higher rates of depression and suicide, but also have less reliable access to mental health care. At Hospital for Behavioral Medicine, it is our responsibility to provide top-quality mental health services to our […]

May is Mental Health Month

At Hospital for Behavioral Medicine, we are celebrating Mental Health Month. We appreciate the ongoing support of our staff and the opportunity to make a difference in our community. If you have questions and are looking to raise awareness on Mental Health, please join us by downloading the mental health toolkit for resources, statistics and […]

In-Person and Virtual PHP Now Available!

Our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is located at 100 Century Drive, Worcester, MA, and it is now offering mental health services virtually and in-person. Our groups run daily from 9am-2pm, and include lunch. Adults in need of mental health treatment can access group and individual sessions on a daily basis. We have immediate openings for […]

New Director of Human Resources has been Appointed

Jeffrey Bertrand, MBA, has been appointed as the Director of Human Resources beginning in February. He joins the hospital’s team with many years of experience in the mental health field. His background in employee relations and compliance standards brings welcomed value to the leadership team. Our CEO, Randall Hines stated, “We are excited to have […]

Adolescent Mental Health Treatment and Simultaneous Schooling

At HBM, we offer an adolescent program, ages 11-17, that incorporates the school day into the treatment. Our mental health programming for adolescents, which is named “Thrive”, espouses programs such as Compassion and Dependency, Trauma and the Understanding of it, Cultural Humility and Responsiveness, and Family Dynamics, we also offer schooling for the adolescents in […]

Nicole Mason hired as Community Liaison for HBM Hospital Partnerships

The Hospital for Behavioral Medicine (HBM) is excited to welcome Nicole “Nikki” Mason as its new Community Liaison. Nikki brings a combination of clinical and business development skills to the team, with most of her experience involving programming for state system-involved youth and their families. She also has experience with building partnerships, social media oversight, […]