ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Hillside Behavioral Health System here is the current administrator of the Wegmans-developed work-scholarship program, and it was a happy coincidence that resulted in the move of the program to Hillside. Hillside is a non-profit (formed as an orphanage in 1837) that has grown over the years to offer a host of services to children in need. Most of its services are directed at bringing children into a residential situation after all else has failed. Hillside has become the ...

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