Wednesday, March 29, 2023 Swoop House | 6:00 to 8:30
Support Integral Care
During the Bridging the Gap event, we want to celebrate all that the staff have achieved over the last couple of years while also raising funds to support the lifesaving, critical work they do daily.
At Integral Care, we’re in the business of making Healthy Living for Everyone a reality. We do this by providing the adults, children and families we serve with critical tools and services to support their health and well-being. Whether our clients are seeking help for mental illness, substance use disorder or intellectual and developmental disabilities, our staff aims to provide support for the whole person.
There have been significant challenges over the last couple of years, yet our team rose to meet each one. Integral Care staff made sure our community had the care they needed, all while managing their own worries. When COVID-19 rapidly shut down our in-person clinics, our team quickly pivoted to telehealth for many of our services. When Winter Storm Uri swept across Texas, our staff worked around-the-clock, traversing ice, snow, power and water loss to care for our clients and the community, while also dealing with the impact of this disaster on their own lives. When our neighbors in Uvalde needed support in the wake of the recent shooting at Robb Elementary, our staff were on the ground assisting with walk-in intakes, crisis support, day rehabilitation services and community outreach.
Our staff are the backbone of everything we do, going above and beyond to support health and well-being within our community.
Join us Wednesday, March 29 at Swoop House for an evening of celebration, inspiration, education and entertainment. We look forward to coming together again as a community to celebrate our incredible staff and raise funds to help our clients thrive.
If you wish to make a pledge and not a payment at this time, please email Erika.Swanner@integralcare.org
Tickets will be available beginning February 14.
Thank you to our sponsors!
Cheryl & Walt Penn