Home Again: Only a Home Ends Homelessness
The Home Again Advisory Council

The Home Again Advisory Council is made up of a cross section of representatives from the community who are committed to ending homelessness in the Greater Worcester area.  Home Again benefits tremendously from the range of concerns, experience and informed input the Advisory Council provides both in the formulation of the model program and its current implementation.

George Abraham, MD, physician

Rev. Kevin Bean, Rector, All Saints Church

Calvin Bradshaw, Worcester resident

Grace Carmark, Central Massachusetts Housing Alliance, Inc.

Linda Cavaioli, YWCA

Mjr. Michael Copeland, Salvation Army

Jill Dagilis, Worcester Community Action Council

Corey Dolgon, Worcester State College

Brooke Doyle, Community Healthlink

Deborah Ekstrom, Community Healthlink

Ann Flynn, United Way of Central Massachusetts

Dan Flynn,, Bowditch & Dewey

John Ford, consultant

Jay Gardiner, City of Worcester

Sharon Krefetz, Clark University

Linda Kureczka, Worcester resident

Jonathan Mannina, Legal Assitance Corp. of Central MA

Dave McCloskey, People in Peril Shelter

Dave McMahon Dismas House

Nancy Morton, Abby's House

Marge Purves, Worcester Neighborhood Cabinet

Rosemary Quagan, Family Health Center of Worcester

Bishop Daniel Reilly, St. Paul Cathedral

Patricia Ritchie, Worcester landlord and realtor

Gladys Rodriguez-Parker, Office of Congressman Jim McGovern

Ellen Ryder, College of the Holy Cross

Barbara Smith-Bacon, Berkeley Investments, Inc.

Pat Spencer, Worcester resident

Walter Spencer, Jeremiah's Inn

Carlton Watson, Henry Lee Willis Community Center

Jan Yost, The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts

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