Open Sky Community Services



Open Sky: By the numbers

30 previously unhoused individuals, including 5 veterans, have been connected with permanent housing.

28 people have entered substance use treatment.

30 unhoused individuals have gained employment.

10000 meals have been provided.

Autism & Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD)

We support adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities through residential, day programs, and in the community.

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Behavioral Health (Adults & Children)

Using evidence-based practices, we support children and adults with mental health and substance use disorders through a variety of residential and outpatient programs.

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Housing and Homelessness

We provide a range of emergency and long-term services as well as housing education, subsidies and behavioral health support to our area’s homeless population.

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The Bridge Training Institute

March 31, 2023

IN-PERSON-Best Practices in Responding to Trauma and PTSD

April 13, 2023

VIRTUAL-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Social Anxiety

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Open Sky News

Open Sky shelter caseworkers stay course during housing 'crisis'

March 12, 2023

Open Sky shelter caseworkers stay course during housing 'crisis'

The Seeds of Hope shelter opened Dec. 19 in the parish center at Blessed Sacrament and has sheltered at least 60 people every night since.

Awareness session on sudden cardiac death

March 11, 2023

Awareness session on sudden cardiac death

The Worcester Volleyball Club and Open Sky Community Services have teamed up with the Josh Thibodeau Helping Hearts Foundation, which is a nonprofit spreading the message on how to best prevent those sudden cardiac deaths in youth.

Dozens of Blessed Sacrament shelter residents find stable housing

March 7, 2023

Dozens of Blessed Sacrament shelter residents find stable housing

WORCESTER, Mass. - Thirty previously homeless people who stayed at the temporary homeless shelter at the Blessed Sacrament Church, including five veterans, now have stable, permanent housing, according to the shelter's operator, Open Sky Community Services.

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