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BALDWIN – Adoray Home Health and Hospice is pleased to announce that they received a $25,000 grant from the Otto Bremer Trust. These funds will be used for the development of an in-home Mental Health and Substance Abuse program.
Adoray Home Health and Hospice is expanding services to include mental health care needs such as medication management, education, and to assess patient’s mental health and stability. Then we hope to offer in-home mental health and substance abuse services for patients who do not have transportation to get to traditional services or are homebound. The initial phase of this program is currently being developed and hopes to be implemented later this year.
“Our goal with this program is to partner with the community to ensure we are offering a service that will meet a community health need,” said Kelsey Derrick, CEO of Adoray Home Health and Hospice. “Adoray provides health care services to patients anywhere they call home throughout northwestern Wisconsin. This new service will allow us to expand our services to patients suffering from mental health and substance abuse by doing what Adoray does best—in-home health care.”
“Helping meet essential community health needs is an important component of the mission of the Otto Bremer Trust,” said Charlotte Johnson, co-CEO and trustee, OBT. “Ensuring that in-home mental health services are available will provide accessible support and stability to people across northwestern Wisconsin.”
For more information on the Adoray Home Health and Hospice Services, please contact us at 1-866-706-7172 or visit our website at adoray.org.
Adoray is your locally trusted not-for-profit home health and hospice partner since 1995. “Partnering to improve the quality of life throughout serious illness wherever you call home” is our Mission. We work to make each day a comfortable one-one that brings dignity, relief from pain, and choice in your treatment to our patients and their families. We are committed to excellence, integrity, compassion, respect and universal access. Proudly serving patients in the rural and urban communities of St. Croix, Pierce, Polk, Burnett, Barron and Dunn County. Discover the Adoray Difference Today – Ask for us by name.
The Otto Bremer Trust, based in St. Paul, Minn., is a private charitable trust established in 1944 by founder Otto Bremer, a successful banker and community business leader. OBT owns 92 percent of Bremer Bank and also manages a diversified investment portfolio. The mission of OBT is to invest in people, places and opportunities in the Upper Midwest. Since its inception, OBT has invested more than $700 million in organizations throughout Minnesota, North Dakota, and western Wisconsin. Visit ottobremer.org.