Healthcare tech company donates $20,000 to mark 20th anniversary | News
FAIRMONT — The Fairmont company has taken company anniversary celebrations to a whole new level.
To mark its 20th anniversary, the Healthcare Management Solutions LLC stakeholders decided to donate $1,000 to 20 different nonprofit organizations in north-central West Virginia. Many of them are in Marion County and total $20,000.
HMS President Leah Heimbach said in a press release: “These charitable donations not only amplify the spirit of our work to protect vulnerable people, but they also help make our communities safer, stronger and healthier.”
Here is the list of 20 organizations selected to receive donations:
Morgantown’s Milan Puskar Health Right/Friendship House offers a peer recovery program for people with substance use disorders and other mental health issues. Health Right also funds and operates the Friendship Fairmont on the corner of Locust and Cleveland Avenues.
Health Access Inc. of Clarksburg works to close the gap for those who lack access to basic health care. It helps residents of Harrison and Dodridge counties with free access to primary and specialty care, prescription drugs, cancer screening, vision, dentistry and more.
Fairmont’s Disability Action Center is a comprehensive education, training and enrichment center for over 450 children and adults with disabilities and their families in north-central West Virginia.
Fairmont’s Marion County Human Society is a non-profit, non-profit animal welfare organization that cares for more than 5,000 animals annually.
Hope Inc. Domestic Violence Center (Fairmont) provides resources and services to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking and human tracking in Marion, Harrison, Dodridge, Gilmer and Lewis counties. provide, secure and encourage self-sufficiency. , promotes a life free of violence.
CASA of Marion County, based in Fairmont, improves the welfare of abused and neglected Marion County children by harnessing the talents of community volunteers to ensure children are provided with safe and permanent homes. advocating, educating and promoting
Fairmont’s Pet Helpers Inc. is a non-profit, all-volunteer foster network for homeless animals waiting for a forever home. With no facilities or paid staff, all funds go to veterinary care, food and animal medicine.
Open 365 days a year, 365 days a year, Fairmont’s Soup Opera serves more than 100 people a day in Marion County and surrounding areas. Sobrania Inc./Soup Opera also offers hygiene products, showers, clothing, blankets, tableware and more.
Fairmont’s Stepping Stone Inc. is a community-based treatment facility that serves adolescent males ages 14-17 and transitional adult males ages 18-21. abused or neglected and/or resigned from higher level treatment or out-of-state placement, having disruptive behavior and emotional distress. , adults, teaches you to respect your peers.
With offices in Fairmont and Elkins, Tygart Valley United Way funds multiple nonprofits across five counties to improve people’s lives. This year, United Way focuses on struggling families who have jobs but are not eligible for state or federal assistance of any kind.
Fairmont’s Op Shop is a nonprofit community rehabilitation program that provides opportunities for adults with disabilities in protected or competitive employment. Services include independent living skills, life skills training, job placement, job coaching, job coordination and supported employment.
Morgantown’s Pressley Ridge provides support and hope to families and individuals through assistance with foster care and adoption, community-based and home services, outpatient services, professional education, autism services, housing services, and transitional services. doing.
For 80 years, the March of Dimes of Arlington, Virginia has fought for maternal and baby health, supporting research, leading programs, providing education and advocacy to give every family the best start possible. is cut off.
Fairmont’s WV Rescues Ministries/Union Mission provides physical and emotional services to those in need in West Virginia through men’s shelters, women’s and children’s shelters, family shelters, soup kitchens, thrift stores and living rooms. offers. Hot meals and shelter are available for all.
Fairmont’s Connecting Link addresses the immediate needs of individuals in crisis, finding resources for North Central West Virginia residents including utility exits, prescriptions, transportation, evictions, first month rent and more to support
The Genesis Youth Crisis Center in Clarksburg provides a safe temporary place for children to stay until permanent placement arrangements can be made.
With offices in Natter Fort, Salem and Sinston, Bi-County Nutrition Programs provides group meals, home meals, nutrition education and referrals to people over 60, their spouses and children with disabilities.
The WV Coalition to End Homelessness of Bridgeport helps agencies and communities in West Virginia where homelessness is an endemic or hidden problem to ensure no child, veteran, or family becomes homeless in the first place. increase. The only way to end homelessness is to make people live.
The Clarksburg Mission Community provides comfort, security and resources for those in need, including emergency shelter, temporary housing, food and aid.
Clarksburg Mustard Seed is a food pantry that provides free food, clothing, cleaning, hygiene and household items to locals. The Pantry also accepts donations to those in need.
HMS combines healthcare and technology expertise to create cost-effective solutions that ensure that nursing home residents and other healthcare settings receive the best possible care, anywhere in the United States. We create the solutions that federal and state agencies and private sector partners need to ensure