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As National Skilled Nursing Care Week 2019 passes through the midway point around the iCare Health Network care centers, the photos keep on rolling in. Today’s post has dozens of pictures from across the Network of all sorts of parties, events, celebrations and recognition.
iCare Staff and Administrators Advocate for Adequately Funding Nursing Home Care at State Legislature
March 8, 2019Front line clinical and other staff as well as Administrators from iCare Health Network provided testimony for State Legislators around adequate Medicaid funding and support for skilled nursing centers in Connecticut. Administrators Jaime Faucher of Touchpoints at Bloomfield, Ray Hackling of Silver Springs Care Center and George Kingston of Trinity Hill Care Center are pictured here providing testimony at the Legislative Office Building.
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!
Reverend Guillermo Garcia was named Volunteer of the Year for his service to the residents and families of residents and Trinity Hill Care Center in Hartford, CT. Many times our residents come to Trinity Hill and its iRecovery Program at the lowest time of their lives. Rev. Garcia is noteworthy in his fifteen years of tireless dedication. His weekly visits occur without fail. He has lent spiritual guidance in counsel to hundreds of residents in his decade and a half of service to Trinity Hil…
iCare's Signature iRecovery Program Celebrates Three Years
August 24, 2017iRecovery is a groundbreaking model designed to empower patients to break the cycle of addiction while in the supportive and consistent environment of a skilled nursing facility. Patients are connected with resources and supports to assure maximum success. Visitation considerations, medication management and environmental safety are keys to success.