Proud to be Stigma-Free: Pictures from Chelsea Place and Touchpoints at Chestnut Kick-Off Events
September 25, 2018As part of National Recovery Month and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Stigma Free Campaign, Chelsea Place Care Center in Hartford and Touchpoints at Chestnut in East Windsor, both iCare Health Network communities, held kick-off, pep-rally type events to celebrate and embrace stigma-free care. More pictures within the full post.
Proud to be Stigma-Free: Trinity Hill Honors Staff Commitment to Stigma-Free Care
September 24, 2018As part of National Recovery Month and the National Alliance on Mental Illness’ Stigma Free Campaign, Trinity Hill Care Center honored staff members committed to being “Supportive, compassionate, and non-judgmental of recovery from mental health and substance abuse disorders.” Staff member were individually recognized for this commitment and awarded a plaque. Much more on iCare Health Network’s commitment to Stigma-Free care is yet to come this week. Stay tuned!
Living With Heart Failure: Education and Support Groups through Hoffman Heart Institute
September 18, 2018As part of Touchpoints Rehab’s partnership with Saint Francis Hospital and the Hoffman Heart Institute, information has been made available on Educational and Support groups for patients with heart failure and their families.
iCare Health Network Represented at 19th Annual CCAR Recovery Walk
September 17, 2018iCare Health Network was well represented at the 19th Annual Recovery Walks! event in Bushnell Park. Representatives from the majority of iCare’ skilled nursing communities turned out for the walk, hosted by Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery. iCare provides extensive Recovery, Behavioral Health and Memory Care programs and is celebrating and embracing National Recovery Month this September by working towards being Stigma Free. The iCare team wore purple shirts that said Proud t…
Appreciation for Police, Fire and EMS on 9-11 from Touchpoints at Manchester and the IHN Family
September 12, 2018It is hard to believe it has been 17 years since 9-11, but for those that witness and experience the service of dedicated public safety providers and first responders each and every day, the staff and residents at Touchpoints at Manchester wanted to make sure our they were reminded of just how much their work is appreciated.