Congratulations to Jenny Mosier!
She is the recipient of the Spring 2013 Employee Recognition Award!
Jenny is a Therapist in the Outpatient Services Division.
The Cultural Review Committee felt Jenny deserved this award because she always puts a priority on what’s best for the clients and the agency, she has a good attitude, she’s a great teammate, and she’s always looking for ways to improve and expand our service offering. Jenny has been with the agency since 2010. Shown in the attached picture is Debbie Johnson, HR Director, presenting the award and gift basket to Jenny. In addition, Jenny has exclusive rights to the “Honored Employee Parking Spot” in the front row.
**********Heartland Recognizes Retiring Board Members**********
Heartland Human Services, a local behavioral health and counseling center, recently recognized retiring board members at its annual meeting held in November.
Honored were John Perry, past president with 7 years of service; Teri Phillips, past president with 6 years of service; and Rev. John Hackmann, past vice president with 3 years of service.
Retiring board members were presented with a commemorative plaque and dinner.
[note: Jeff Bloemker, executive director at Heartland, is pictured presenting a plaque to each retiring board member in the attached photos. In order of attachment: Phillips, Perry, Hackmann]
**********Heartland Welcomes New Board Members**********
Heartland Human Services, a local behavioral health and counseling agency, recently seated three new board members at its annual meeting held in November. New board members include Julie Fenoglio, Chief Nursing Officer at St. Anthony’s Hospital; Tim Spitz, President of Midland States Bank/Effingham Market; and Reverend Paul Bauer of The Beecher City Methodist Church and The Shumway Methodist Church.
Pictured are Ron Kinder, Heartland board president, Julie Fenoglio, Tim Spitz, and Rev. Paul Bauer.
Warner Attends Conference On Aging
Linda Warner, Director of Case Management and Geriatric Services at Heartland Human Services, recently attended the 31st Annual Governor’s Conference on Aging. The conference was held December 12-14 in Chicago. This year dementia was a focal topic of the conference. Southern Illinois University School of Medicine/Center for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders organized sessions of particular interest to rural residents and professionals. Warner, who coordinates the memory and aging clinic at Heartland, presented with Greg Kyrouac of SIU and Heather Mulder of the Alzheimer’s Association on “Providing Dementia Services in Rural Communities.” The presentation focused on the barriers to services that rural Illinois residents face and ways to address them. Heartland has several programs that help those with dementia and their caregivers.
Heartland Human Services has been a local behavioral health and counseling agency for over forty years. More information about Heartland can be found at www.heartlandhs.org or by call 217-347-7179.