ServiceNet, Inc.

ServiceNet was organized in 1990 and is headquartered in Northampton with sites throughout Western Massachusetts. They provide a wide range of human services for people in the Pioneer Valley. This includes rehabilitation and residential programs for those with mental health issues, developmental disabilities, head injuries, or addictions; outpatient behavioral health services; shelter and housing services for the homeless; adolescent support programs; an employee assistance program; and early intervention for young children.

Servicing Representative:
Erin Wilson
Union Stewards:
Mary Hynes – Amherst CTP
Joel Cruz – Beaudoin
Jack Robinson – Bridge Program
Enrique Gonzalez – Brush Hill
Barbara Stern – Central Park
Alicia Richter – Cushman Pine
Denise Leeper – Fairway
Lakyna Smith – Fairway
Paul Scammon – FC Emergency Shelter
Roderick Coombs – Grove
Orielle Rollinson – Hampshire Team 2
Judith Suriner – Hatfield Program
William Harrison – Jamrog
Denis Khamasi – Jamrog
David Hower – Lawrence Plain
Mike DePezia – Leary Ave
Don Sebrey – McKinstry
Michael Rucks – Meadowview
Sean Clarke – Mt Tom
Santo Alers – Mountain View
William Flaherty – North Quabbin
Joseph Frimpong – Phillips Street
Steven Wilson – Raymond Rd
Ismail Farah – Therese Marie
ServiceNet Counselors Contract 2017
ServiceNet MoA- starting rates
Family Medical Leave
Recovery Advocate
Senior Counselors
ServiceNet Senior Counselors Side Letter 2015


Hiring Deadlines Extended

Would you like to work for the UAW? Now Hiring! Please see the following links for information on the Union Representative positions within the UAW Local 2322. Full-time Union Representative Part-time Union Representative (Vermont Units) Please email your inquiries and resumes to the hiring committee listed on the job position you wish to fill. It is important to notice that there are multiple hiring committees so make … Continue reading

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Call to Action! Tell ServiceNet to Bargain a Fair Contract NOW!

ServiceNet is proposing that its employees accept low wages that do not keep pace with inflation. ServiceNet is proposing that counselors receive only 2% in guaranteed raises over 4 years. That’s one 2% raise and then 3 years with no guaranteed raises. A new full-time ServiceNet counselor earns $23,712; these are poverty wages. Yet the highest paid administrators at ServiceNet enjoyed raises in the range of 40% over the 4 … Continue reading