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Victory Programs welcomes inquiries from the media. As leaders in helping individuals and families stabilize and move on from crisis, our expert staff can provide nuanced perspectives regarding a broad spectrum of challenges such as addressing homelessness and community health concerns like substance use disorder, STIs, HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, and food and nutritional justice.

To speak with one of our staff experts please contact:
Stephanie Ploof
Communications Coordinator
T: 617-541-0222 x144
E: sploof@vpi.org.

Mission Hill Gazette – March 4, 2022
CAMH Hosts Q&A About Homeless Housing Project

Boston Globe – February 1, 2022
Life sciences nonprofit donates $1.5m to fight poverty in Greater Boston

WBUR – January 27, 2022
Fewer women are seeking addiction treatment in Mass. as use and overdoses increase

The Journal – January 4, 2022
McGovern Foundation Awards $6M to Groups Expanding Access to Tech Education

Boston 25 News – December 18, 2021
MassHousing awards grants for new substance-free housing

Boston.com – December 6, 2021
Mayor Michelle Wu says ‘everything is on the table’ in effort to get people at Mass. and Cass into housing this month

The Patriot LedgerOctober 28, 2021 
‘Mass and Cass’ crisis isn’t shaking Quincy’s resolve to fight Long Island Bridge rebuild

Boston MagazineOctober 27, 2021
24 Ways to Give Back and Volunteer around Boston This Year

Boston GlobeOctober 14, 2021
Transitional housing is key to solving the crisis at Mass. and Cass

Spirit Magazine BostonSept/Oct 2021
Forty Years Later – On this anniversary of the first report of HIV/AIDS, Boston Living Center is still giving long-term survivors strong support

WGBHSeptember 3, 2021
How Will $90 Million Of Sackler Family Opioid Settlement Money Be Spent in Mass?

WBUR August 27, 2021
Boston Neighbors Hope A New Mayor Can Help One Of The City’s Bleakest Neighborhoods

Boston Globe – June 1, 2021
Boston mayoral hopefuls will have to rise to challenge of ‘Mass. and Cass’

Boston Herald – May 12, 2021
Massachusetts opioid deaths spike 69% among Black men with fatal overdoses on the rise overall

Boston Herald – May 11, 2021
Kim Janey floats idea of ferries to Long Island recovery campus

Boston HeraldApril 24, 2021
After coronavirus pandemic drop, more women are seeking addiction treatment with acute needs

BU News Service – March 18, 2021
Gardening in the Era of COVID-19

Boston25 – January 17, 2021
Health experts, providers worry about surge of HIV infections in Boston during pandemic

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