PITTSFIELD -- Robert Quattrochi will be honored by The Brien Center for Mental Health and Substance Abuse at its Annual Brien/UNICO Dinner at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday at the ITAM in Pittsfield. Tickets are $30 per person. For reservations and information call 413-499-0412.
Quattrochi will receive The agency’s first Community Volunteer Award to acknowledge his ongoing work on behalf of The Brien Center.
He was instrumental in meeting the goal of the recently completed capital campaign for the renovation of the the agency’s Mount Carmel campus.
Bob has been a tireless advocate for the agency in the community, not only raising funds but also raising awareness of the essential community services provided to Berkshire residents by the Brien Center.
Quattrochi owned Pete’s Motors and now serves the Berkshire Community through his service and participation on a number of non-profit boards of directors.
The Brien Center provides mental health and substance abuse services to all residents of Berkshire County. In 2012, the agency served almost 11,000 individuals, 4,000 of whom were Berkshire residents facing mental health and/or substance abuse issues. The Agency promotes the highest degree of recovery possible for every individual, providing a wide array of services to meet the needs and challenges of those they serve.