Smoc In The News


12/24/09, McKee, M., Boston Globe: Two Artists Help Women Battle Addiction

12/23/09, Kush, B., Worcester Telegram & Gazette: SMOC Showcases Haven for Homeless

NECN Story on Duxbury Open House

12/20/09, Editorial: Metrowest Daily News: SMOC Feud Must End

11/12/09, Rocheleau, M. the Boston Globe: SMOC Shelter Ready to Forget Delayed Permit Controversy, Give Back to those who Served

11/12/09, McDonald, D., Metrowest Daily News: Larry's Place: A Respite for Homeless Veterans

8/18/09, Morton, M., Metrowest Daily News: Volunteers Help Repair Hopkinton's Serenity House

7/30/09, Riley, D., Metrowest Daily News: Judge Says Framingham Put Pressure on SMOC

7/15/09, McDonald, D., Metrowest Daily News: Selectmen Meet to Discuss SMOC Offer, No Public Response Yet

7/14/09, Spitz, J., Metrowest Daily News: Room for Reasonable Voices in SMOC Settlement Offer

7/14/09, McDonald, D., Metrowest Deaily News: SMOC Offers to Drop Lawsuit Against Framingham, with Conditions Attached

7/1/09, Wittenberg, A., Metrowest Daily News: SMOC Official a 'Lifetime' Advocate for Addicts

6/25/09, Breitrose, C., Metrowest Daily News: Framingham GED Graduates 'Open A Door'

6/9/09, McDonald, D., Metrowest Daily News: Life Learning: Framingham School Pairs Housing, Education Programs

Walter, whose picture is above the text, is a resident of our New Beginnings Program. This program is an integral part of the supported housing community that was created more than 15 years ago through a partnership with SMOC and the Sisters of St. Joseph.

6/6/09, Hammel, L., Worcester Telegram and Gazette: Perilous Story of PIP Ending: Oft-Exaggerated Demise Near

5/29/09, Segel, W., Metrowest Daily News: Speaking Out Key to Battling Abuse

4/17/09, Cuddy, J., (guest editorial) Metrowest Daily News: SMOC: Decision on Sahr Josiah Regrettable

3/29/09, Editorial: Boston Globe: A Roof of One's Own

01/07/09, Wasserman, A., Metrowest Daily News: Increased Fuel Aid May Make Up for Decrease of Kennedy Group's Oil

South Middlesex Opportunity Council will improve equity, wellness and quality of life for diverse individuals and families by providing advocacy, education, and a wide range of services; building a community of support and inclusion; and creating awareness to combat poverty through partnerships and coalitions with other organizations.