Please join Spectrum Health Systems in congratulating Athena Haddon, director of the Everyday Miracles Peer Recovery Support Center, on being named the 2014 Woman of Consequence by the City of Worcester.

chandler-haddon"This award recognizes individuals that show exceptional leadership and tangible results as an agent of change in Worcester," said Mark Brown, Spectrum's director of youth services and peer recovery. "Athena was selected for her extraordinary contributions to developing new programs and services on behalf of women in need. Her years of work have inspired many women to make positive changes in their lives."
"Thank you to the Advisory Committee on the Status of Women for this beautiful night and this wonderful award. I am truly honored," said Ms. Haddon as she was recognized at the 17th Annual Women of Consequence Award Ceremony at Worcester City Hall on March 20th.. "To receive an award for something that I love to do...I’m very grateful."

Based in Worcester, Massachusetts, Spectrum Health Systems, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit substance abuse and mental health treatment provider. The organization currently treats 45,000 individuals each year through more than 125 programs in community-based settings and correctional institutions throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Georgia, Tennessee, Iowa, Maine and Washington State.

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