MBC Member Directory

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Medway Business Council members are especially committed to building a thriving business community and the overall well-being of Medway as a whole. Please give extra consideration to doing business with an MBC member. Search by keyword/name search or alphabetical grouping.

Salmon Health Care***

Contact: Nancy Andrie 261 Village St Medway MA 02053 Phone: (508) 277-8825 Website: www.salmonhealth.com
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The Willows and the Whitney Place at Medway is a 57 acre, 55+ community that will focus on health, wellness and longevity. Our campus will feature a vibrant, full-service, active environment offering spacious, maintenance-free, apartments and cottages; chef-prepared meals served at multiple dining venues including a restaurant, bistro and bar; and abundant, on-site amenities for Residents convenience and enjoyment. These amenities will include a spa, salon, fully staffed fitness center, indoor pool, general store, library, billiards lounge, workshop, creative arts studio, greenhouse, great room with a stage and bar, pavilion clubhouse and so much more..

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261 Village St Medway MA 02053

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NOTE to Vendors, suppliers and third-party companies: This public list is NOT to be used for solicitation purposes. Use of this business directory for deceptive or spam purposes will be reported to the Federal Trade Commission.

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Member Spotlight

‘SUP Coalition Provides Substance Abuse Prevention Resources to Business Owners

It has been a privilege to support ‘SUP Medway, a Substance Abuse Prevention community coalition. ‘SUP Medway’s mission is to engage in collaborative community work focused on the reduction and prevention of substance use, and that includes support for Medway business owners struggling with this critical issue.

Healthy employees make healthy communities, and we are pleased to share this coalition’s list of resources with you. Please note the resources for adults are on page four.

Please review the ‘SUP Coalition’s excellent list of substance abuse prevention and recovery resources online here.

We have also placed this PDF on our Facebook page for members to find there.

Thank you ‘SUP Medway!

 

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