A story series to keep members of our community updated on our programs and the people in our care.
Residents in one home have been very creative on how to stay busy during this self-isolation. From making bead necklaces to word puzzles to arts & crafts, they are enjoying each day and doing something new!
Art can be very therapeutic. Many of our residents have been making art @ home and here are a few people showing off their works of art.
Front-line staff who work in 24/7 residential programs, recovery programs, and mental health clinics – all which remain open and are essential-have stepped up and met this crisis head-on.
Appreciation has been seen across our programs. Seen here are residents, Dana, Bill, and Frank, showing their appreciation by making colored hearts with the name of each staffer and taped them to the front door for staff to see when they arrive.
Since our residents are unable to have visitors, one house set up twice a week virtual lunches with parents and guardians. Here, residents are able to have lunch, see their families and enjoy everyone’s company, all while staying safe. This lunch session included make your own pizzas, egg decorating and catching up on all the fun things they’ve been doing!
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