Employee programs address all aspects of health

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THE FULL PICTURE: Fellowship Health Resources has created a wellness program that supports the physical, mental and spiritual needs of its staff, including a new creative self-expression program modeled on what the mental health agency provides its clients. Engaged with the company wellness portal are, from left, Human Resources Director Karen Trudeau, Benefits Administrator Jennifer McKenna and President and CEO Debra M. Paul.
PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY THE FULL PICTURE: Fellowship Health Resources has created a wellness program that supports the physical, mental and spiritual needs of its staff, including a new creative self-expression program modeled on what the mental health agency provides its clients. Engaged with the company wellness portal are, from left, Human Resources Director Karen Trudeau, Benefits Administrator Jennifer McKenna and President and CEO Debra M. Paul.
Fellowship Health Resources Inc., a nonprofit that provides mental health services, is known for steering clients toward creative activities. The agency’s Studio 35 program encourages them to take up painting, music, writing, dance and other forms of self-expression as a way to reduce stress and build a sense of empowerment. Now the group is adding…

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