Champ Homes Executive Director Stepping Down

HYANNIS – CHAMP Homes’ Executive Director is stepping down. Beth Wade, who has held the position for 3 years, will depart on June 30th.

She plans to explore new vocational and educational opportunities, as well as spend more time with her grandchildren.

She was asked what her main achievements have been. “My background has been in business, so just going through and putting into place some best practices and really solidifying the foundation of the organization for the next iteration that it takes.”

Although she is departing after a 17 year tenure, her commitment to the organization and the people they help will remain, though in different forms.

She points out that the successes during her term were a team effort. “Our core is to provide the services for people and connect them to other services. We’ve really worked hard to hone that and introduce some new curriculum.”

Champ Homes Board President Mark Boudreau says that her decision to stay until June will help enable a smooth transition.

Established in 1991, the organization has assisted more than 2,600 people, including many who face the challenges of physical, mental and emotional challenges. Others are recovering addicts and have never had a stable, loving situation.

Currently, they are housing 50 people, ranging in age from 18 to 80.

They receive life skills and career training which assists in their becoming self-supportive.

Anyone needing more information can write to 82 School Street in Hyannis, visit or call 508-771-0885.

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