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From Dreams to Reality

Help Us Inspire Others to Follow Henry’s Success

Click on the "See Henry" link to see a video of Henry telling his story.

After years of facing challenges and creating "mayhem," Henry's time at RFK Community Alliance's Kennedy School Secure Treatment Program has helped him find his successful path. He is enrolled in college, and has his sights locked on a job at Google. And while Henry credits the Kennedy School team for his success, we know that he is responsible for his own achievements including being enrolled in college. Go Henry!

A Note from our President and CEO

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Dear Friends,

We know that being truly healthy requires both physical and emotional strength and stability. We also know that our services are more necessary than ever right now.

Across RFK Community Alliance’s 25+ programs, we’re treating many children and families that are in acute crisis and whose needs have gone unmet for years. The challenges behind their situations are complex. And the treatment we provide is equally complex.

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What we see firsthand is also why I have hope. From clinicians to teachers to direct care professionals to nurses and life coaches, our expert team members walk side by side with the children, adults, and families that we serve.

We see the same people that start in crisis emerging with skills they never imagined and stability their families couldn’t even have dreamed of. So, while there is a great need, I know that the work we are doing is making a difference. I know that, together with you, we are touching lives, helping people and families from birth to end of life.

With Gratitude,
Michael W. Ames, Ph.D.
President and Chief Executive Officer

"Each time a man stands up for an ideal or acts to improve the lot of others or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope." -Robert F. Kennedy June, 1966