Pictured Left to Right: Courtney Liferidge, Community Relations Coordinator; Adrienne Neirinckx, Executive Director of Arbour Counseling Services, Brookline; Jameson Pinette, CEO of Arbour-HRI Hospital; and Kalorraine Collado, receptionist.

Four employees of Arbour-HRI Hospital volunteered six hours of their time at Rosie’s Place on Friday, July 28, preparing and serving food to over 100 women and children at the oldest women’s shelter in the U.S.

Arbour-HRI has participated in the Rosie’s Place Health Fair for the last two years, educating guests about the hospital’s inpatient, partial hospitalization and outpatient services.

CEO of Arbour-HRI Hospital Jameson Pinette says, “Volunteering at Rosie’s Place was a great opportunity to speak directly to the guests about how they can access Arbour-HRI’s mental health and addictions services. We’re hopeful that we can continue to build this relationship and work closely with their leadership to understand the needs of this population and what we can do to better serve them.”