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Our student speaker, Maddy, did a phenomenal job!

Autism Treatment Massachusetts, Behavioral Treatment Massachusetts, Residential Treatment Massachusetts, Autism Spectrum Disorder Treatment Massachusetts

This year, Hillcrest is proud to present Christine Macbeth with the Irish Person of the Year Award.

About Christine Macbeth, President/CEO of The Brien Center
The Brien Center President/CEO Chris
tine “Chris” Macbeth will be honored as “Irish Person of the Year”, an award bestowed on individuals who are dedicated to improving and uplifting the Berkshire Community. Chris has a long track record for serving her community, beginning her career as a licensed social worker and taking on progressively more responsible management roles. Now as the President/CEO, her works helps provide care to individuals and families living with significant and persistent behavioral health needs. The Brien Center helps individuals learn to manage their own health, remain at home, and keep their families together and thriving. Chris also serves as the President of the Department of Children and Families Area Advisory Board, and is on the board of directors for the Association for Behavioral Health.

Judge John A. Barry Community Service Award
Additionally, Hillcrest will present the Judge John A. Barry Community Service Award to Community Access to the Arts (CATA). Executive Director Margaret Keller will be accepting the award on CATA’s behalf.

About the Community Access to the Arts– Community Access to the Arts (CATA) is being honored, receiving the Judge John A. Barry Community Service Award. As CATA’s website states, “CATA nurtures and celebrates the creativity of people with disabilities through the arts. Through dynamic arts workshops in painting, dance, theater, singing, drumming, juggling, yoga, creative writing, and more, CATA artists tap into their potential, explore new talents, and share their unique points of view. Public events including our annual performance and year-round art exhibits and readings bring our whole community into the act, shining a light on the ability within disability.”

Silent Auction Overview:

Back again this year: – Hillcrest is offering convenient online and mobile bidding in our silent auction! Online bidding will begin about a week before the event and continue until the night of the event! New items are always being added. You don’t need to be present, or even attend the event, just register below.

When you register, you’ll receive a personalized bidding link that will allow you to browse the entire silent auction catalog. From this Mobile Bidding Center, you can place your bids on selected items with the option of setting a maximum bid (like e-Bay!) and you can depend on a text notification when/if you’re outbid.

There is no need to worry about the new system as bidding assistants will be in place throughout the evening at the event itself to answer any questions and assist with the process. Should you have any questions beforehand, please feel free to reach out to Jon Kellogg at:

● Email:
● Phone: 413.499.7924 x133.

Looking forward to seeing you (with your charged cell phone) at the 20th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration on March 14th, 2024. Thank you as always for your support!