Three housing case managers for Father Bill’s & MainSpring’s, a regional leader of services to prevent and end homelessness, have been recognized for their work assisting individuals in need during the COVID-19 crisis.
Geoff Gagnon of Plymouth, James Lawson of Quincy and Caz McSorley of Weymouth were among 18 direct-care workers presented with the Ed O’Neil Award by the Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance, a statewide advocacy organization that represents nearly 100 community-based member agencies in the state. The awards were presented during MHSA’s Annual Meeting, held virtually on Thursday, December 10.
The Ed O’Neil Award recognizes exceptional work assisting individuals experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness.
McSorley, who has worked for FBMS for more than eight years, is a case manager in FBMS’ Quincy Housing office.
Lawson, who has worked for FBMS for 18 months, is also a case manager in FBMS’ Quincy Housing office.
Gagnon, a case manager in FBMS’ Plymouth Housing office, has worked for the organization for 17 months.