Norwood News: 25 Years of Hope and Help at Tolentine Zeiser (November 2004)

Now celebrating its 25th anniversary, Tolentine Zeiser has helped improve the lives of thousands of individuals and families (Tolentine estimates 2,000 visits daily). Mixing traditional social services and some unique offerings, the Andrews Avenue facility serves everyone from Cambodian refugees to homeless mothers.
“All our programs rose out of the needs that we saw here over the past 25 years,” said McDermott, the Center’s executive director and its founder.

Read the article: “25 Years of Hope and Help at Tolentine Zeiser” November 2004

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