Fellowship Place Online Clubhouse Programming!

Hey everyone! We hope you are safe, healthy and finding some ways to relax and stay connected through this wild journey we are all on!

We have some exciting news! The Social Rehab Team has been very creative in developing online programming in best efforts to maintain recovery and connection! Here’s some familiar faces and programming you can do from home. You will find art directives, health and wellness tips and activities that will be discussed in weekly group conference calls. If you need anything, please call 475-254-4900 and don’t be afraid to reach out. Just because it is not business as usual, we are still here for you! Also, please stop by for a to-go meal from 12-12:30pm Monday through Friday. We cannot wait to see you all again! -Charlotte Sabovic, Director of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services.

 

Click on the links/videos below. Please check back regularly for new activities.
To view our Digital Program Calendar for the week of May 25 Click Here

 

In line with “May is Mental Health Awareness Month”, the Staff at Fellowship Place are excited to share the following video collective of themselves, representing what they do outside of their work day, to care for their own mental health.

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Support Your Mental Health: Deep Breathing. 
Samantha Cohen, Recovery Advisor/Program Assistant
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Recovery Through Art:   Deep Breathing Pinwheels. 
Joyce Gendler, Expressive Arts Coordinator
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Recovery Through Art:   Learning Vision Boards. 
Joyce Gendler, Expressive Arts Coordinator
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Healthy Living: Organization Can Improve Your Health. 
Samantha Cohen, Recovery Advisor/Program Assistant
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Recovery Through Art:   DIY (Do It Yourself)  Prayer Flags. 
Joyce Gendler, Expressive Arts Coordinator
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Recovery Through Art: Nature Mandalas. 
Joyce Gendler, Expressive Arts Coordinator
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Healthy Living: Structuring our Eating. 
Samantha Cohen, Recovery Advisor/Program Assistant
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Healthy Living: Stretching Tutorial.
Samantha Cohen, Recovery Advisor/Program Assistant
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Healthy Snacks Using Fresh Apples!

 

Recovery Through Art from Home: Salt Dough Protection Sculptures.
Joyce Gendler, Expressive Arts Coordinator
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Healthy Living Cooking Demo: Fruit Salad & Healthy “Cookies”.
Samantha Cohen, Recovery Advisor/Program Assistant
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Recovery Through Art from Home: Gratitude Paper Weaving.
Joyce Gendler, Expressive Arts Coordinator
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Healthy Living Get Moving Demo: 3 Steps to Help Get Moving Every Single Day!
Samantha Cohen, Recovery Advisor/Program Assistant
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Recovery Through Art from Home: A Visual Self Reflection Project.
Joyce Gendler, Expressive Arts Coordinator
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Samantha’s Morning Routine

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Smile Box

Visual Journaling

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Smile Box

Katie Manente, Intake and Clinical Services Coordinator

Materials:

  • Container of some sort (Tupperware, bag, box, etc.) This example uses a Tupperware container.
  • Paper.
  • Something to write with (pencil, pen, marker, crayon, etc.).
The Smile Box is a daily reminder that there is something to smile about every day. For this activity you can get a container that has a lid or can close, I’m using a Tupperware container that I cut a hole in the top of. I also put a little message on the top of mine, you can too if there is a phase or word to help cheer you up. Once you have the container, all you have to do is write something that made you smile today and put it in the container. You can write about anything that made you smile, laugh or that made your day. Some examples may be: “someone held the door for me”, “someone complimented my hair” or “the weather was absolutely beautiful”. Once you have written out what made you smile, date it and put it in the smile box. Some days may be harder than others. If some day you can’t think of anything or you’re having a bad day, open up your smile box and read some of the other things that have made you smile. It will help you to realize that today might not be so great, but there is always something that can make you smile if you think about it, or read about it.
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Visual Journaling

Katie Manente, Intake and Clinical Services Coordinator

Materials:

  • Journal.
  • Writing material.
  • Optional: art materials of any kind or natural materials.
Visual Journaling is very similar to a daily journal, except with artwork too! Journaling is an excellent way to help you with anxiety, depression, organization, memory and the stressors of everyday life. It is a way to put all your thoughts or actions onto a piece of paper so that they aren’t all jumbled and taking up space in your head. Visual journaling is very similar, instead of just writing you will be creating a piece of artwork based on how you’re feeling. For example the first picture is finger painted with warm colors. I chose to do this type of artwork with my writing because I was very frustrated that day. The second picture I created with natural materials, I took a picture of it and then glued that picture into my journal seeing as what I had created was too large for my journal. Some days might be hard and you just need to vent and put all of your frustration, anger, stress or sadness onto the piece of paper. If this day was too hard for you to look back on or if it was something that you just want to lock up, staple the edge of these pages together date it on the outside. You don’t have to open it again but you have it to acknowledge that it happened and learn from it.
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