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                                                                             1011 Veterans Memorial
1    Bradley Hospital
                                                                             Parkway




2    Child and Family (Formerly- CFS Newport)                                31 John Clarke Road




3a   East Bay Center                                                         1445 Wampanoag Trail -       Suite 106



3b      East Bay Center (Adams-Farley Counseling Center)                     610 Wampanoag Trail
3c      East Bay Center (John P. Digits, Jr. Facility)                       2 Old County Road

     Family Service, Inc

        Family Service, Inc (Outpatient Mental Health and SA
4a                                                                           55 Hope Street
        Treatment)
        Family Service, Inc (Outpatient Mental Health and SA                                              Lafayette Mills
4b                                                                           650 Ten Rod Road
        Treatment)                                                                                        Unit 13
        Family Service, Inc (satellite office - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.   20 Dr. Marcus F. Wheatland
4c
        Community Center location)                                           BLVD
        Family Service, Inc (satellite office - Westerly High School’s
4d                                                                           15 Highland Ave
        WISSP Center)


5    Fellowship Health Resources                                             59 West Shore Road




     Gateway Healthcare




6a      Gateway Healthcare (Pawtucket)                                       160 Beechwood Avenue
        Gateway Healthcare (Pawtucket - Community Counseling
6c                                                                           101-103 Bacon Street
        Center)
6d      Gateway Healthcare (Johnston - MHS)                                  1516 Atwood Avenue
6e      Gateway Healthcare (Johnston)                                        1443 Hartford Avenue
6b      Gateway Healthcare (Cranston)                                        1471 Elmwood Avenue
6f      Gateway Healthcare (Pawtucket)                                       82 Pond Street
     Kent Center




7a      Kent Center                                                50 Health Lane

7b      Kent Center                                                2756 Post Road




     Newport County Community Mental Health Center




        Newport County Community Mental Health Center (main
8a                                                                 127 Johnny Cake Hill Road
        location)


        Newport County Community Mental Health Center (Child and
8b                                                                 26 Valley Road
        Adolecent Services)




        Newport County Community Mental Health Center (Case
8c                                                                 65 Valley Road
        Management and Day Treatment)




     NRI Community Services



9b      NRI Community Services                                     181 Cumberland Street
9c      NRI Community Services                                     800 Clinton Street
9a      NRI Community Services                                     55 John Cummings Way




10    Ophelia Program (Child and Family)                           31 John Clarke Road




     Providence Center
11a      Providence Center - Hope St                      520 Hope Street
11b      Providence Center - N. Main St                   530 North Main Street



                                                          1011 Veterans Memorial
12    SafeQuest Program (Bradley Hospital)
                                                          Parkway




      South Shore Mental Health Center
13a      South Shore Mental Health Center (Charlestown)   4705A Old Post Road
13b      South Shore Mental Health Center (Wakefield)     55 Cherry Lane
city              state   zip     phone                           website



East Providence   RI      02915   401-432-1000 (main)             www.lifespan.org/bradley




Middletown        RI      02842   401-848-4199                    www.cfsnewport.org




                                  401-246-1195 ext 115
                                  Intake Services
                                  24hr emergency line: (401)
East Providence   RI      02915                              www.eastbay.org
                                  246-0700
                                  administrative: (401) 437-
                                  8844
East Providence   RI      02915   (401) 431-9870
Barrington        RI      02806   (410) 246-1196




                                                                  www.familyserviceri.org
Providence        RI      02906
                                  (401) 519-2280 (direct
                                  intake line include this #
North Kingstown   RI      02852
                                  only)

Newport           RI                                              www.mlkccenter.org

Westerly          RI      02891


Warwick           RI      02889   401.739.8333                    www.fellowshiphr.org




                                  Intake: (401) 729-8701 (call
                  RI
                                  this number for all services)



                                                                  www.gatewayhealth.org

Pawtucket         RI      02860

Pawtucket         RI      02860
Johnston          RI      02919
Johnston          RI      02919
Cranston          RI      02910
Pawtucket         RI      02860
                          (401) 732-5656 (main
                          intake. Emergency line: 738-
                          4300
                                                         www.thekentcenter.org


Warwick      RI   02886

Warwick      RI   02886




                                                         www.ncmhc.org
Middletown   RI   02842   (401) 846-1213




Middletown   RI   02842   (401) 848-6363




                          (401) 846-3135/(401) 846-
Middletown   RI   02842
                          6620



                          Emergency Line: 401-235-
                          7120, Intake: 401-235-7121 www.nricommunityservices.org
                          Main: 401- 235-6999


Woonsocket   RI   02895                                  www.nricommunityservices.org
Woonsocket   RI   02895
Woonsocket   RI   02895




                                                         www.cfsnewport.org/adolescents_opheli
Middletown   RI   02842   401-848-4206
                                                         a.html




                          401.276.4020
                          (Intake/Admissions)
                                                         www.providencecenter.org
                                                www.providencecenter.org
Providence        RI   02909
Providence        RI   02909



                                                www.lifespan.org/bradley/services/ca/par
East Providence   RI   02915   401-432-1020
                                                tial/safequest




Charlestown       RI   02813   [401] 364.7705   www.ssmhc.org
Wakefield         RI   02879   [401] 789.1367
description


Bradley Hospital is a private, not-for-profit child and adolescent psychiatric hospital. It
provides a range of family-focused mental health care to infants, children, adolescents and
young adults with emotional disorders and/or developmental disabilities.




Child and Familly is a private, non-profit agency that provides services throughout Newport
County, for children, adolescents, adults and families at all income levels. (Formerly CFS
Newport).




East Bay Center is a private, non-profit corporation that provides mental health and substance
abuse programs in the East Bay region of Rhode Island, offering a full continuum of
community-based outpatient behavioral health treatment and prevention services to adults,
children, and families.

Outpatient Services
Community Support Services




Family Service of Rhode Island, Inc., is a non-profit organization that provides a wide array of
social, medical and educational services to primarily low-income children, adults and families
in every Rhode Island community, and in Massachusetts and Connecticut communities along
the Rhode Island border.




Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. is a not-for-profit agency providing both clinical and support
services to persons recovering from mental illness, co-occurring disorders, and other life
challenges. Programs offered in Cranston, Warwick, Providence, and West Warwick




Gateway Healthcare is a non-profit behavioral health care organization that provides a wide
array of services to adults, children and families in Rhode Island. It has multiple locations
across Rhode Island, including Pawtucket, Central Falls, Johnston, Cranston, Middletown,
Lincoln, Smithfield, Woonsocket and West Greenwich.
The Kent Center is a private, not-for-profit community-based provider of mental health,
substance abuse, and educational services in Rhode Island, including licensed behavioral
health treatment, education, and consultation services.




Newport County Community Mental Health Center, Inc, is a private, nonprofit organization that
serves Newport County and provides comprehensive, professional behavioral health services
to individuals and families.




NRI Community Services, a non-profit, licensed behavioral healthcare agency in Rhode Island
offers help with behavioral, emotional and substance abuse issues.




The Ophelia Program offers clinical support for girls and young women for issues surrounding:
self-destructive behaviors, eating disorders, relational issues, mental health concerns,
substance abuse, stress reduction




Providence Center provides comprehensive services to adults, adolescents and children
experiencing mental health, substance abuse, emotional and behavioral difficulties.
child and adolescent services: mental health, substance use outpatient
adult services: mental health and substance use outpatient


The SafeQuest program is an intensive after-school program for adolescents who are at risk
for self-harm and/or who are suffering from significant mood or anxiety disorders. The program
runs five days a week from 3 to 7 p.m. SafeQuest nurses, social workers, psychiatrists and
milieu staff work collaboratively with parents to provide targetted services to assist each child.



South Shore Mental Health Center, a behavioral health organization, is dedicated to serving
adults, seniors, adolescents, children and families suffering from mental, brain, emotional, and
addictive disorders, providing a full range of mental health and addiction services.
services accessed



Referral and self-referral




self-referral, referral (Hospitals.
Schools, other mental health
agencies, insurance companies),
court mandate




self-referral and referral (hospitals,
clinciancs, PCPs)




self referral, referrals from schools,
pediatricuians, PCPs, criminal
justice system, outside providers,
DCYF




Self-referral, referral
self-referral, referral (DCYF, Juvenile
Drug Court)




self-referral, referral (Schools,
DCYF, Hospitals, Community-based
organizations and providers,
Community Health Centers, DOC,
preschools and daycare centers)
self-referral, referral (Schools,
DCYF, Hospitals, Community-based
organizations and providers,
Community Health Centers, DOC,
preschools and daycare centers)




Referral and self-referral




self-referral, referral (Schools,
PCP’s, DCYF, court system)
services provided

Inpatient Treatment Services or children in need of short-term stabilization, assessment and treatment for
suicidal, destructive, or other dangerous behavior; Outpatient Services, comprehensive mental health
evaluation and treatment for children, adolescents and families. The hospitial also offers alternative
schooling options, and Community outreach services (24-hour emergency evaluations, parent and
teacher training, consulting services to school special education departments, training of professionals).

Services for adolescents include counseling, foster care, residential services, academic and substance
abuse. Individual counseling, Family counseling, Group counseling, School-based counseling, Crisis
intervention, Substance abuse services (inpatient), Peer support/support groups, Social services, Case
management, Home Based, Wrap-Around/Care Coordination Services, Day Care/Child Care, Residential
Services for Children & Teens, Supportive Houseing for Women and their Children, Elder Care Services




Mental health care (outpatient), individual, family, and group counseling, school-based counseling, crisis
intervention, CAITS, intensive outpatient program, partial hospitalization program, substance abuse
(outpatient), violence prevention and recovery, peer support/support groups, social services, case
management, LGBTQ service, DBT Intensive Outpatient and Partial Hospital and DBT Outpatient
Services




Social services including home based services for children with emotional and behavioral issues; trauma
and loss center for follow up treatment and support to children and families harmed by violence;
outpatient office-based mental health and substance abuse treatment; home-based services; residential
treatment facilities for children subjected to physical or sexual abuse, neglect or serious mental health
problems - in Smithfield, North Smithfield, Bristol, and East Providence. Early intervention programs.
Youth Success Program assists pregnant, parenting, and at-risk adolescent males and females.




Outpatient mental health and substance abuse services, intensive community residential programs,
supported housing, assertive community treatment (ACT), clinical and support services, and recovery
workshops to persons recovering from mental illness, co-occurring disorders, and other life challenges


Psychiatric emergency services (24/7), psychiatric medication therapy services, outpatient counseling for
individuals and families, specialized residential care for children and adolescents, permanent affordable
housing for adults, supervised adult residential services, adult supported housing services, mental health
services for adults with persistent mental health issues, a licensed school for children with emotional and
behavioral difficulties, nationally recognized vocational and occupational rehabilitation services, a
therapeutic outdoor recreation program for children and adolescents, a homeless shelter for families,
residential substance abuse services, individual and group substance abuse counseling and support
services, and intensive outreach/case management services for adults and children.


Children/Adolescent Services, Family Services, Adventures in Learning program, CAITS

Adult Services, Emergency Services, case management, some outpatient services
Adult Services, Family Outpatient Services, Substance Abuse Treatment (satellite office)
Adult Services
Children/Adolescent Services, Family Services
Youth Guidance Division Administration, Empowered Families Center, CEDDAR
Provides adults, children, and families with a full array of licensed behavioral health treatment, education,
and consultation services. Services include outpatient counseling and psychiatric services (individual,
group and family mental health counseling, drug and alcohol dependency treatment, evaluation and
medication support, programs for specific populations - victims of crime, trauma, court referred clients,
etc), substance abuse programs (outpatient counseling, partial hospital/day treatment program, women's
day treatment program), community support programs, youth and family services, housing services,
emergency services, crisis response services and professional consultations.

Emergency services, central intake, initial assessment, counseling, intensitve outpatient program and
outpatient psychiatry services, substance abuse
Community living program, psychiatry services, youth and family services, RIACT II, Project Hope.

Services include outpatient services for persons suffering significant psychological stress (therapy,
community/parent education, consultation with schools and physicians, etc.), emergency services for
persons needing short term services including clinical assessment, clinical screening, triage, crisis
stabilization, brief treatment, crisis case management, emergency evaluation for hospitalization,
psychiatric assessment; Substance abuse treatment services (outpatient counseling, therapeutic
services); Child and adolescent treatment services (outpatient services, children intensive services,
independent living apt. program, child psychiatric services, school based family outreach); Children
intensive services (community based mental services/ acute care program with intensive clinical and
supportive services for severely emotionally and behaviorally disturbed youths); Community support
services Adult residential services.



Child and Adolecent Services include Outpatient Services, Children Intensive Services, Independent
Living Apartment Program, Children & Adolescent Service System Program, Child Psychiatric Services
and School-based Supportive Family Outreach. Services are designed to treat children and adolescents
who are suffering significant psychological stress and symptoms in their lives. Services also include
individual, play, group and family therapy; parent and community education and consultation with schools,
physicians, etc.
Day Treatment Services/ Phoenix One Program assists adults with severe and persistent mental or
characterological disorders to increase their independent living skills in the community through the
provision of support services in a learning environment, which is conducive to mutual support, group
cohesion, and personal/social enrichments.
comprehensive behavioral healthcare, for mental illness, addictions, and developmental disabilities.
Services include outpatient counseling (outpatient psychiatry, group/individual/family/couples counseling),
child and family services (intensive treatment services, psychiatric/nursing, outpatient mental health and
addiction treatment services), emergency services, community support, addictions services, acute
stabilization, wellness center, residential and supported housing, vocational rehabilitation, emergency
services.
Child and Family Services, Viola M. Berard School, Children's Intensive Services
Adult Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
Screening/Intake/Emergency Services, Adult Community Support Services, Vocational & Rehabilitation
Services, Wellness & Recovery Services




Mental health care (outpatient), Individual counseling, Family counseling, Group counseling, School-
based counseling, Crisis intervention, Substance abuse services (outpatient), Violence prevention
services, LGBTQ Services




CAITS, partial hospital and intensive outpatient programs for adolescents 8 to 21; Adolescent SA
prevention education and intervention programs; multisystemic therapy. Adult services include: outpatient
counseling; Women's day treatment (intensive SA treatment); Addiction recovery. Acute care services -
emergency services on-site and in the community for children, adolescents and adults experiencing a
psychiatric or SA emergency (24/7) - services include psychiatric assessment, medication, nursing,
evaluation, therapy, SA counseling, homeless outreach. Residential programs include: residential drug
CAITS, partial hospital and intensive outpatient programs for adolescents 8 to 21; Adolescent SA
prevention education and intervention programs; multisystemic therapy. Adult services include: outpatient
counseling; Women's day treatment (intensive SA treatment); Addiction recovery. Acute care services -
emergency services on-site and in the community for children, adolescents and adults experiencing a
psychiatric or SA emergency (24/7) - services include psychiatric assessment, medication, nursing,
evaluation, therapy, SA counseling, homeless outreach. Residential programs include: residential drug


Partial Hospital/Intensive Outpatient Service for Adolescents that includes group therapy, individual
therapy and family therapy as well as a therapeutic milieu from 3pm-7pm five days a week




Individual and family counseling, home based services (CAITS/CFIT/EOS)
target populations                                client restrictions                         other languages?



                                                                                              Interpreter services
Children and Adolescents
                                                                                              available




no                                                none                                        yes, varies




Services in the East Bay region of Rhode Island
(East Providence, Barrington, Bristol, and                                                         Portuguese
Warren).




                                                  Youth diversionary services program         Spanish, limited
                                                  catchement areas: East Providence,          Portuguese and other
                                                  Barrington, Bristol                         languages as needed




CMHC service areas: Pawtucket, Central Falls,     Residents of RI for majority of services, for
                                                                                                Spanish, Portuguese,
Cranston, Foster, Gloster, Johnston, North        more intensive program needs to live in
                                                                                                Creole
Providence, Scituate and Smithfield.              catchment area.
                                                Without insurance, mental health services
                                                are provided at a flat fee only for clints
CMHC service area: Coventry, East Greenwich,
                                                residing in service area. For substance    Interpreters available
West Greenwich, Warwick and West Warwick
                                                abuse services, state-funded slots are
                                                available to residents of RI




CMHC service area: Jamestown, Little Compton,
                                                                                           Spanish
Middletown, Newport, Portmouth and Tiverton




                                                                                           American Sign and
CMHC service area: Burriville, Cumberland,
                                                                  None                     most languages;
Lincoln, North Smithfield and Woonsocket
                                                                                           interpreters available




The Ophelia Programs are specific to young
                                                females                                    no
women




CMHC service area: Providence                                     None                            Spanish
CMHC service area: Providence                                   None                Spanish




                                                                             Interpreter services
Adolescents (13-18 y.o.)                        Insurance company approval
                                                                             available




CMHC service Area: Block Island, Charlestown,
Exeter, Hopkinton, Narragansett, North                                       Interpreter services
                                                                 none
Kingstown, Richmond, South Kingstown and                                     available
Westerly
  serves   adolescent-specific services:        serves   young adult-specific services:
adolescent                                      young


           Inpatient, Outpatient, Residential
   Yes                                          No
           services.




           Counseling, School Based                      Counseling, School Based
   yes     Substance Abuse Education &          yes      Substance Abuse Education &
           Prevention                                    Prevention




           Outpatient Therapy, CAITS,
           intensive treatment program,
   Yes                                          Yes
           addicition services, Children
           Outpatient program


           outpatient counceling, child and
           adolescent psychiatrist, group
           homes (DCYF), trauma and loss
           center (children who were exposed
           to violence or loss), safestart
   Yes     porgrma (youth exposed to            Yes
           violence), childrens treatment and
           recovery center (children physically
           or sexually abused). Home-based
           counseling depends on insurance
           (CAITS, Intensive outpatient, in-
           home outpatient), youth success

    No


           Adventures in Learning (provides
           experiential learning and
           therapeutic adventure programs to
           our child and adolescent clients
           suffering from emotional and
           behavioral disorders), ASD
           Connections (Clinical Services for
           Children and Youth with Autism
           Spectrum Disorders),CAITS,
   Yes     CAITS Complicated Grief, CAITS     Yes
           Trauma, Family Outpatient
           Counseling (Enhanced Outpatient
           Services, Integrated Primary Care,
           Adolescent Substance Abuse
           Treatment (Live SMART),
           Community Support Program,
           Buprenorphine Clinic, Co-occurring
           Disorder services, Psychiatric
           Response Network, Services for
             Home-based programs, one-on one
    Yes                                                  Yes                    No
             services in the near future




             CAITS, child and adolescent
    Yes      treatment services, Children's              Yes
             Psychiatric Services program




             CAITS, child and adolescent                       Adolescent programs up to the age
    Yes                                                  Yes
             outpatient services                               of 21




Yes (18 and All clinical services are adolescent
                                                    No
 younger) geared and tailored.




             Outpatient-counseling services for
             children and adolescents, CAITS
                                                               partial hospital and intensive
    Yes      and Children and Families Intensive         Yes
                                                               outpatient (up to 21)
             Treatment (CFIT), partial hospital
             and intensive outpatient, Individual
             and group therapy and family
      Outpatient-counseling services for
      children and adolescents, CAITS
                                                             partial hospital and intensive
Yes   and Children and Families Intensive        Yes
                                                             outpatient (up to 21)
      Treatment (CFIT), partial hospital
      and intensive outpatient, Individual
      and group therapy and family
                                             18-year-
                                             olds, if they
      All services specific to this          are still
Yes
      population                             enrolled in
                                             high
                                             school


                                                             OP counseling, Substance abuse
      Outpatient counseling and home
Yes                                              Yes         counseling (individual and group),
      based services (CAITS/CFIT/EOS)
                                                             case management
suicide prevention services            violence-specific services          fees



Emergency and crisis services,
                                       Yes - Inpatient Treatment Services Yes
inpatient treatment




                                                                           yes, for
                                                                           Counseling
yes, outpatient counseling (all ages), yes, Student Assistance             Services, Child
student assistance counselors          Counselors (School Based)           Care Services,
                                                                           Elder Care
                                                                           Services



                                       Violence Recovery Program for
                                       adolescents and young adults who
24 hour emergency telephone (401)
                                       are GLBTQQI. Bullying and           Yes
246-0700.
                                       Tolerance education in-services for
                                       area schools




                                   in addition to services in adolescent
24 hours emergency services.       column, staff ride-along with police
Suicide assessment in community in when responding to situations
the future. Trauma and Loss center where child is exposed to
                                   violence/abuse. Only in Providence




401 area code calls to the National
Suicide Prevention Life-line’s (800)
273-TALK (8255) are answered by                                                   Yes
Gateway. Emergency services line
answered by clinicians
                                         Anger management (not court
                None                                                                  Yes
                                         ordered)




Crisis intervention and emergency
                                         N/A                                          Yes
services




                 N/A                                      N/A                         Yes




                                                                               Clinical
                                                                               treatment is
                                                                               through
                                                                               insurance billing
                                                                               or self pay.
no                                       yes, part of clinical core services
                                                                               Ophelia
                                                                               Sessions/
                                                                               Fitness
                                                                               programs are
                                                                               free.

Partial hospital, intensive outpatient
and outpatient programs for suicidal                      N/A                         Yes
youth
Partial hospital, intensive outpatient
and outpatient programs for suicidal                    N/A                        Yes
youth


                                         Safequest addresses the above
Yes, Safequest’s purpose is to           areas in various ways. Safequest
prevent recurring suicide attempts       helps adolescents express their
                                                                             Yes
and other unsafe behaviors among         feelings, use supportive resources,
adolescents.                             problem solve, communicate with
                                         their families, and manage stress.



                  no                                     no                        Yes
payment                                                     contact name        contact position


Accepts most major insurance plans - call for listing.
Offers financial assistance to patients who meet specific
income guidelines.




insurance: BCBC, UnitedHealthcare, Tufts, Medicaid,
                                                                                Director of Family
Medicare, Magellan, Sliding Fee Scale, CODAC Funding, Susan A. Bruce
                                                                                Counseling
Access to Recovery ATR, private pay




Selfpay, commercial insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, with
appropriate documentation client may qualify for city and                       Vice President of
                                                          Fran Bradshaw
town or state funded assistance. These cases are need                           Clinical Operations
assessed at intake



                                                                                Intake and emergency
                                                            Ruth Warpenberg
                                                                                services clinician
home-based and outpatient counseling - insurance
some free counseling (masters level intern)
safe start - no need for insurance
children's treatment and recovery - insurance
Family care community partnership - referrals for
services and helo with obtaining insurance
insurance for some services (including commercial)




                                                            Virginia Werbicki   Regional Director




Accepts most major health insurance (including state
insurance), for those who qualify there is state-funded
free care for counseling and substance abuse treatment
for RI residents, case management and intensive
treatment services free for residents in catchment area                         CAITS Mary Gaspar
                                                                                722-5573X239
MH - flat fee in Kent county, SA - state funded slots for                     Vice President of
                                                          Fay Baker
uninsured/low-income. Accept insurance (including state)                      Clinical Services




                                                                              Executive Assistant to
                                                           Mellisa Cifert ?
                                                                              CEO




Private insurance, Medicaid, sliding fee scale




                                                           Enaida Melo        Director of HR




                                                                              Director of Children's
                                                           Judith Greene      Behavioral Health
Medicaid covers most services. For others, Medicare,
                                                                              Service
private health insurance and self-pay options are
available. Grants and special contracts are used to help
those who don't have the ability to pay.




All/most insurances, fee for service and sliding scale     Sharonn Rust-
                                                                              Director
offered for clinical services.                             Bottone




BCBSRI, United Health, NHPRI, Signa, Tufts, Medicaid,      Dianne Flaherty    Chief Marketing Officer
Medicare and uninsured individuals for substance use
treatment only.
BCBSRI, United Health, NHPRI, Signa, Tufts, Medicaid,
Medicare and uninsured individuals for substance use
treatment only.




Most insurances are accepted. This information can be                      Clinical Director of
                                                            Kim Waggoner
clarified at time of referral via the Access Department.                   Safe Quest



                                                                           Vice President of
                                                            Jerry Cutler
Rite Care, Medicaid, Blue Cross, United Health, Tri-care,                  Clinical Services
Mashantucket, Cigna. Sliding fee scale may be available
– Client’s should call to discuss payment options.                         Program manager –
                                                            Beth Gagnon
                                                                           Children’s Services
contact email




sbruce@childandfamilyri.com




Fbradshaw@eastbay.org




vwerbicki@fellowshiphr.org
fbaker@thekentcenter.org




emelo@nccmhc.org




JGreene@NRICommunityServi
ces.org




srust-
bottone@childandfamilyri.com




dflaherty@provctr.org
kwaggoner@lifespan.org




jerryc@ssmhc.org


bgagnon@ssmhc.org

				
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