Community Care Residents Make a Difference
The residents at Alliance Community Hospital’s (ACH) Community Care Center (CCC) are making a difference in the lives of others this holiday season.
After Hurricane Sandy devastated the East Coast, residents were determined to find a way to help those affected. Throughout November, they sold Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies in the CCC main activity room to raise money.
The money raised by the residents was recently donated to the Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund at the Union Avenue Methodist Church.
“Every two to three months the residents do a community outreach project,” said Lori Underwood, CCC Activity Director. “They feel very blessed and want to help those who may be going through difficult times.”
The Community Care Center is a 68-bed, extended-care facility that provides a home-like atmosphere and a competent and caring staff to its patients and residents. For more information about the services available at The Community Care Center or Alliance Community Hospital, like us on Facebook, subscribe to our YouTube channel, or visit www.achstory.org to learn more about the true stories of extraordinary, compassionate care that make Alliance Community Hospital the most patient-centered facility in the state of Ohio.
Crystal Rodgers, CCC Activity Assistant, presents Pastor Coralee Cox of the Union Avenue Methodist Church, with the monetary donation for the Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund on behalf of the CCC residents.