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TrueNorth in the Community: January 2020

Amazing Kids Club Family Liaison Supervisor, Stephanie Hann-Snyder, and her daughters decorated the annual Amazing Kids Club Christmas Tree at the Warehime-Myers Mansion on behalf of the AKC clients and families.  The clients made all the ornaments and decorations themselves. All AKC families and staff were given a free admission certificate to tour the facility and see our tree.







 

 



Chambersburg Supported Living clients and staff recently took a trip to Medieval Times restaurant at the Arundel Mills Mall. A good time was had by all!







 

 

 

 

The Drug & Alcohol Prevention Program staff represented TrueNorth at the Please Live! Mental Health Fair in Spring Grove. They had the opportunity to talk with attendees about TrueNorth Services, as well as connect with other vendors.






 

 

 

Chambersburg and McConnellsburg took time to celebrate Client Appreciation Days! 

In Chambersburg, staff made a point of letting residents know how much we appreciate them with a week of daily surprises that included personalized cards on Monday, a token of appreciation on Tuesday ( Hand soup that carried the message: Hands down, you are the best), Community Meeting on Wednesday and Thursday was treat day, giving each client a goodie back with their favorite treats.

McConnellsburg staff wanted to show their clients how much they appreciate them for choosing TrueNorth for their services, so they set up a hot chocolate bar in the waiting room. Chambersburg staff and residents were happy to serve them.



 

Qmmunity, our LGBTQ+ safe space group in partnership with Hanover YWCA, had a holiday get together just before Christmas. They wrapped gifts and made cookies that they gave to the YWCA staff for all of their help and support.