Emily Vincent, our dedicated Executive Director, is a Montgomery County Finalist in the 2024 Greater Philadelphia Social Innovation Awards in the Community Behavioral Health category! This award category celebrates social innovators like Emily, who are transforming the landscape of emotional, psychological, and social well-being in our community.
Under Emily’s leadership, the Center’s innovative approach goes beyond traditional grief support by providing professional grief education and consulting services, tailored to meet the unique needs of our local community. Emily plays a pivotal role in building relationships and collaborating with local health professionals, businesses, agencies, and education systems to navigate the impact of loss within organizations. This work has a systemic impact resulting in a grief informed community that recognizes the universal nature of grief, promotes healing, and strengthens the bonds among its members, contributing to a healthier and more resilient community fabric.
Now, here’s where YOU come in! Public voting is open until December 17th, and we need YOUR support to make Emily the winner in the Community Behavioral Health category. Your vote can help us amplify the impact of Emily’s leadership and the Center’s mission.
Nomination: “Montgomery County Finalist: Emily Vincent, The Center for Loss and Bereavement – The Center for Loss and Bereavement not only provides support for those grieving, but also offers professional grief education and consulting services. What sets them apart is their commitment to providing specialized grief education, tailored to meet the needs of the local community. They partner with health professionals, businesses, agencies, and education systems to offer consultation on navigating the impact of loss within an organization. While many of us associate grief with the loss of an immediate family member, this center also offers a unique program to train individuals to respond when their organization or group experiences a loss. Their goal is to increase resilience in individuals and organizations impacted by grief, leading to a systemic impact on the community’s ability to withstand a crisis. They are truly innovating models of leading to emotional, psychological, and social well-being.”
Thank you for your support!