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In the news: Cyril Ubiem

In the news: Cyril Ubiem

Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center President and CEO Stan McLaren is proud to announce the arrival of Dr. Cyril Ubiem as a member of its leadership team as the senior vice president of programs and services. In this newly established role, he will be responsible for directing its Behavioral Health Department. His primary goal will be to bring together and expand the HSNHC behavioral health programs with a vision towards growth. In addition, he will lead the development of and expand programs that will directly support the health needs of the center’s service areas — the neighborhoods of Dorchester, Mattapan, Roxbury and beyond.

“I’m confident that Dr. Ubiem will add value to the Harvard Street family and our mission to serve as the primary health resource for our community,” said Stan McLaren, president and CEO of Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center. “He brings a wealth of experience in community, public and behavioral health that will enhance our existing programs as well as new health service opportunities.”

“Harvard Street is headed in a good direction with a focus on growth, and I am happy to be part of this process,” said Ubiem. “Serving our community has always been my focus. Stan, the CEO is building a great team that will take this health center to new heights.”

Prior to joining Harvard Street, Ubiem was the vice president of programs and services at Whittier Street Health Center, where he managed several federal, state, and city grants. He specializes in grant writing, program design, implementation, and management. He received his Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from United States International University and earned his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Northeastern University Boston in 2010. His clinical and public health interest include health disparities among people of color, Infectious disease, post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse disorder, and dual diagnosis.

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