Fellowship Health Resources opens crisis stabilization unit in Pawtucket

FROM LEFT, Taylor Cutolo, Amy Bragger, Jamie Souza and Kristen Guilfoyle of Fellowship Health Resources Inc. cut a ribbon to celebrate the official program opening in Pawtucket. / COURTESY FELLOWSHIP HEALTH RESOURCES INC.
PAWTUCKET – A new crisis stabilization unit run by Fellowship Health Resources Inc. is now open in the city. The 16-bed facility is designed to give adults with a behavioral health diagnosis a place to recover and transition to life outside the program. It is also intended to provide support for people with intellectual disabilities…

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