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Nutter Represents Career Resources Corporation in Merger with Fidelity House Human Services

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Nutter served as legal advisor to Career Resources Corporation, a human services agency headquartered in Haverhill, MA, in connection with its merger with Fidelity House Human Services, a human services agency based in Lawrence, MA. The Nutter team was led by Melissa Sampson McMorrow and included Crescent Moran Chasteen and Erin Whitney.

Effective January 1, 2019, the newly merged nonprofit is named Fidelity House CRC. Together the agencies have 97 years of human services experience and are well known for providing programs and services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Fidelity House CRC now serves 1,200 children, teens, and adults in the Merrimack Valley and across northeastern Massachusetts. Services include community residences for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities or acquired brain injury, day habilitation, community-based day supports, vocational services, intensive in-home services, and family support. Please click for more information about the transaction.

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