Harmar Place

CHHSM Member Organizations Find Creative Ways to Serve During Coronavirus Outbreak

By Barb Powell | April 13, 2020

From phone calls, online chats and social media postings to Zoom, Skype, and Facebook video gatherings, CHHSM members are adapting to almost daily changes in health care requirements while serving their residents and clients. “The world changes overnight,” says Chris Cox, president and CEO of Hoyleton Youth & Family Services in Fairview Heights, Ill. “Plans…

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Grants Allow Intergenerational Art Program to Continue at UCC-Related Harmar Place

By CHHSM-Member Ministry Contribution | March 18, 2019

Harmar Place, a United Church Homes community, will continue its Opening Minds through Art program for residents living with dementia thanks to two grants from the local community. The grants, totaling $2,050, came from the Marietta Welfare League and the Binkley Charitable Fund, a fund of the Marietta Community Foundation. Funding will pay for art…

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For Older Adults and their Teenage Volunteers at United Church of Christ-related Harmar Place, Art Feeds the Soul

By Barb Powell | May 31, 2018

A blank canvas. The necessary painting implements. Two souls — one younger, one older — working together on something new. An exciting program at UCC-related Harmar Place in Marietta, Ohio, is paving the way for older adults with dementia to express themselves in creative ways. Opening Minds through Art began at Harmar Place — a…

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