Residents knit for cancer patients

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

Representatives of Holyoke’s Arbor House Program presented a gift of more than 50 winter hats to the Holyoke Medical Center’s Oncology Unit, it was announced by Daniel Pender, program director, Phoenix House Arbor House Program. The hats were knitted by individuals undergoing treatment for substance abuse at Arbor House, a short-term residential program providing transitional support services to men and women who have completed detoxification treatment and are in need of stabilization while awaiting admission to a long-term residential treatment program. Click here to read more.

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