Expanded Statewide Support for Youth in Recovery

Wheeler has launched a new statewide program to provide additional support to youth in recovery. The Connecticut Recovery-Oriented Support System for Youth (CROSS) initiative is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) 2017 State Targeted Response to the Opioid Crisis grant (STR) through the Connecticut Departments of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) and Children and Families (DCF).

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Wheeler Expands School-based Health Services in Bristol and Plainville

Wheeler and the Bristol and Plainville Public Schools have partnered to provide expanded access to health services for students. School-based health centers are open in Bristol at South Side School, Green Hills and West Bristol K-8 schools, as well as Chippens Hill Middle School. A new clinic will soon open at Linden Street School in Plainville.

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Promoting Recovery When Transitioning Home

A new program supports adults recovering from a substance use disorder as they transition back to their home and community. The Wheeler/Anthem Recovery Care Facilitation program supports adults who are insured by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Connecticut and facilitates their transition from a hospital, or residential facility to the community or home.

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Mott Corporation Volunteers and Wheeler Employees Create 200 “Sweet Cases” for Youth in Foster Care and Children in Need

Nearly 20 volunteers from Farmington-based Mott Corporation and members of Wheeler’s Foster Care team gathered on October 9 to decorate and fill hundreds of “Sweet Cases,” sturdy duffel bags that included donated plush fleece blankets, travel-size personal items, activity books, stuffed animals and more for children and youth in foster care and other settings.

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