Mission: The Fairhaven Wellness Committee’s mission is to establish a wellness program that supports a healthy culture where employees make healthier and safer lifestyle choices.
Vision: The Fairhaven Wellness Committee will support and offer resources to assist employees in choosing a healthy and active lifestyle that motivates them to enhance their quality of well-being in all aspects of their life.Contact:
National Child Abuse Prevention Month
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Along with Trumbull County Children Services, TCBDD staff and friends participated in Wear Blue Day to raise awareness about child abuse and neglect. Together, we can make a difference in the life of a child!
American Heart Month
We all wore red on February 3 in support of Heart Month!
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
In support of breast cancer awareness month in October, Fairhaven employees raised monies for the Hope Cancer for Cancer Care in Howland. A check for $1,881.56 was presented to Michelle Prosser, Hope Center representative. During November, employees and friends held a Volley for a Cure volleyball tournament, sold pepperoni roles, t-shirts and luminaries. Both employees and individuals we serve helped to raise monies through the sale of pepperoni rolls, t-shirts, and luminaries as well as participation in the Volleyball Games.
Photo on Left: Pictured (from left) are Ken Bielecki (Workshop Director), Jacob Hull (Champion Workshop), Michelle Prosser (Hope Center Representative), Ed Stark (Superintendent), Rebecca Hostetler (Student at Fairhaven School), Sean Roberts (Tony Tomaski Center)
Photo on Right: Pictured (from left) are Michelle Prosser, Brenda Garland (EMIS Coordinator)