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Gil Gerald & Associates Engaged to Provide Technical Assistance Services in Massachusetts

Gil Gerald & Associates, Inc. has been contracted to provide technical assistance to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (BSAS), under subcontract to JBS International, Inc. (JBS).  JBS is the State TA Project Contractor under the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAHMSA) State Technical Assistance Project. The contract with JBS will continue work begun in the fall of 2012 whereby Gil Gerald & Associates was engaged to provide a needs assessment, to be followed by a training plan and then by training, with the goal of increasing the capacity of agencies contracted by BSAS to deliver culturally and linguistically appropriate services to LGBTQ individuals and families.

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