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Wire, Spring Industry Ensures Care Is Available

For more than five decades, the central Connecticut community has supported Wheeler Clinic in its mission to serve residents in need. Much of that support has come from the region’s manufacturing sector, which includes several notable local wire and spring firms.

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Southington Health Outreach Project Funded for Fifth Consecutive Year

The Main Street Community Foundation awarded Wheeler an $80,000 grant to continue the Southington Health Outreach Project. Now in its fifth year, this project employs a three-tiered approach to serving individuals and families, including outreach and health education, system navigation assistance, and efforts to reduce barriers to care such as transportation, child care concerns and others.

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More Than Ever, Now is a Great Time to Donate Stock

Even with 2018’s wild swings, stock markets are generally very strong, which is great for portfolios but can also pose challenges when it is time to sell. Investors may face significant capital gains taxes on stocks that have accumulated value. A great option can be to donate appreciated stock. Always consult with your tax or financial advisors to determine the best strategies for you.

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50 Years of Visionary Donors

Through our five decades, side-by-side with our funders, donors, community leaders and friends, we’ve transformed from that vision of a center for children, to today delivering an array of integrated primary care and behavioral health services as diverse as everyone we serve.

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Caring Community Partners

As we’ve celebrated our 50th anniversary this year, we’ve highlighted partners in our work, including AFCAMP, Saint Francis Healthcare Partners, FAVOR, the Connecticut Health Foundation, the Town of Plainville, and many more.

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Two Brothers: One Path – Ron and Rick Bucchi

The following 50th anniversary stories highlight the leadership and contributions of two local residents and brothers, Ron and Rick Bucchi. Both individuals served on the Wheeler Board of Trustees and were instrumental in helping to guide the organization through periods of notable expansion.

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