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Community Quilting Event Honored Lives Lost to Addiction

Wheeler’s Connecticut Clearinghouse hosted a community quilting event on Saturday, March 30 to honor the memory of those lost to substance use disorders, including opioid addiction. This event was part of a statewide Remembrance Quilt initiative—launched in 2017 by the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) —to honor loved ones who have died from substance use disorders or addiction.

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Addressing the Social Determinants of Health

Health and wellness is so much more than going to the doctor or getting prescriptions filled. If individuals and families leave the physician’s office and return home to environments that don’t promote or sustain healthy behaviors, treating diseases like asthma, depression or heart disease can become difficult or even impossible. The social determinants of health influence everything else in our health care system.

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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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Mott Corporation Volunteers Collect and Wrap Gifts for Children and Youth in Wheeler Foster Care and Other Programs

More than 12 Health Ambassador volunteers from the Farmington-based Mott Corporation wrapped 225 toys and gifts for children and youth in Wheeler’s foster care and other programs. Mott employees also conducted the gift and toy drive on behalf of Wheeler. The event is part of an ongoing, innovative collaboration between Mott and Wheeler to promote community health and wellness, and engage underserved individuals and families in Bristol and New Britain in accessing primary and behavioral health care information and services.

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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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Connecticut’s Remembrance Quilt Unveiled at Prevention Week Conference

Connecticut’s Remembrance Quilt, an initiative of the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, features hand-made squares created by family and friends who lost a loved one to a substance use disorder, including opioid addiction. Quilt events were held across Connecticut earlier this spring.

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​Wheeler Sponsors Community Forum on Women and Addiction

Wheeler and the Connecticut Health Investigative Team (C-HIT) have teamed up to present a free community forum entitled Working Women: “The New Face of Addiction” on Thursday, April 6 at the New Britain Museum of American Art, 56 Lexington Street, New Britain from 5–7:30 p.m.

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