We Walk Together 2017: a Trinity Heights Respite Care event to bring awareness to disabilities of all ages.
REGISTER NOW! wewalktogether2017.eventbrite.com
The group walk will start at Military Park at 10:00 a.m.
Walkers will travel to 10th street and then will circle back to Military Park for activities.
LIVE MUSIC: The Ne’er-do-wells (like ’em here: The Ne’er-do-wells)
FOOD: Mi Mama’s
FUN: Face painting, games, and a bouncy house.
Each walker will receive a free t-shirt with paid registration:
Children, 5-10 yrs: $10.00
Total distance of the walk is a little over half of a mile.
Registered walkers will be required to sign a waiver prior to the event.
You can register online or at the door the day of the event.
Waivers signed online are preferred, but will also be available the morning of at the event registration table.
Click here for registration form:http://trinityheightsumc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/17-Registration-Paper-form.pptx
Trinity Heights Respite Care
Our office is located inside Trinity Heights UMC. Office hours are Monday-Thursday 8:00-12:00. Call 316-283-6441, email email@example.com, or visit. Outside of office hours, call the director, Connie Rickard, at 316-253-2772.
Trinity Heights Respite Care serves families who have children (age 0-16) with special needs. Families in Harvey or Marion Counties may qualify for services. Following the example set by the American with Disabilities Act, our definition of “disability” is broad-based and includes, among others, physical, learning, sensory and cognitive disabilities. If you have questions about whether a child qualifies for our service, please call our office.
Respite care is time for parents to rest, recharge, and reconnect with friends and other family members. We provide respite care in the family home and at a monthly Parents Day Out, which offers children opportunities for socializing. In-home care is scheduled on an as-needed basis. Parents Day Out is held at Trinity Heights UMC, usually on the third Saturday of the month, from 10:00-4:00. Children with special needs and their siblings are welcome to join us for all or part of that time.
The cost of care is subsidized. Clients pay on a sliding scale according to income.
Client fees cover only 8-10% of the total cost of care, so we depend on grants and donations to make up our operating budget. Please help us if you can–we take checks and cash any time! We also have fundraisers that you are welcome to help with, or attend: In January, we hold a This ‘n’ That Sale, a giant indoor garage sale at the church. In April, we present a dinner, with entertainment and an auction. In December, we usually have a concert featuring local performing groups.
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Board meetings are held at Trinity Heights UMC on the third Tuesday of the month, 6:30pm.
The 2016 board of directors are:
Chairman: Marilyn Loganbil
Vice-Chair: Judy Rittgers
Secretary: Jennifer Miles
Treasurer: Betty Mustoe
Members at large: Kathy Archer, Laura Curtis, Arlene Garrison, Betty Mustoe, Harlan Rittgers, Laura Schmidt and Natise Vogt
Advisor: Pastor Donna K. Voteau of Trinity Heights UMC
Program Director: Connie Rickard (316-253-2772)
In-Home Coordinator: Tammy Jackson (316-215-2587)
PDO Coordinator: Valerie Garver (316-259-2869)