Pilot program gives lift to hopeful health workers

Updated at 11:15 a.m. on June 27.

SELF ­IMPROVEMENT: Lori-Anne Wunschel is a staff member at the nonprofit Community Care Alliance in Woonsocket, helping adults with mental illness and substance use disorders, but a state pilot program is allowing her to pursue an advanced degree at no cost to her. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
SELF ­IMPROVEMENT: Lori-Anne Wunschel is a staff member at the nonprofit Community Care Alliance in Woonsocket, helping adults with mental illness and substance use disorders, but a state pilot program is allowing her to pursue an advanced degree at no cost to her. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Lori-Anne Wunschel has logged more than 15 years working in social services and addiction counseling, helping countless clients, many with major traumas and minimal means. For the past nine years, she has worked at Woonsocket’s nonprofit Community Care Alliance, helping adults with “severe and persistent” mental illness and substance use disorders. As for career advancement,

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