Living out her “Why”

We are blessed with the best and so grateful our employee team thinks of Friendship Haven as more than just a “job.” Journeys nurse, Sara Hellvig, recently shared her “why,” and we couldn’t be happier for her. Are you thinking about making a career change or looking to work somewhere that is more than just […]

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My “WHY” – Abbigail Griep

My “WHY” – Abbigail Griep

Prior to coming to Friendship Haven, I was working in hospice. In my previous position, I would come to campus frequently and it was very easy to see that Friendship Haven was so much more than a facility! Everyone truly cared about their residents, and knew their stories well. The true passion I see from […]

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My “WHY” – Jenna Blomker

My “WHY” – Jenna Blomker

My story with Friendship Haven begins eight years ago, before I even moved to the community. I was on my way to an interview and I happened to drive by a beautiful campus called Friendship Haven. I couldn’t tell you what it was, but I was drawn to it. I knew I wanted to see […]

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Meet Some of Our Heroes

Meet our Wellness Team! Wellness Coordinator, Liz Flattery, along with Wellness Assistants, Andrea Doster and Kourtney Condon have been a valuable part of our team, especially during COVID-19. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, in-person wellness classes and training were not allowed. These ladies got creative, instructing virtual classes for the residents and helping out in other […]

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Meet One of Our HEROES.

Mary Coleson currently works in our Stone Heights neighborhood as an overnight caregiver. She exemplified what is means to be a hero in our eyes! Her story is not only inspiring but completely selfless. We are so lucky to have someone like Mary on our team. Here is her story… While talking to her supervisor […]

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COVID-19 Vaccine

We are excited to announce that we will be receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday, January 12, 2020. The vaccine will be available to all Simpson Health Center, Assisted Living and independent living residents including Kenyon Place and the Townhomes, as well as our employee team. This means that we are planning on administering […]

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The Pocket Door Has Gone Virtual!

As you know, our world as we knew it was turned upside down in March and shortly after, we closed The Pocket Door gift shop located in our Welcome Center due to safety concerns.After months of brainstorming on how to bring back aspects of campus pre-COVID-19, we decided we needed to adapt and modify how […]

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Kenyon Place Sprinkler Malfunction

Just when we thought 2020 couldn’t get any worse, yesterday a sprinkler pipe in the Kenyon Place attic malfunctioned, causing significant damage to the Kenyon Place independent living apartment building. While three apartments (306, 206 and 106) suffered the most damage, the entire Kenyon Place building experienced various levels of water damage. We spent the […]

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COVID-19 Update

Updated February 10, 2020 As our COVID-19 processes continue to evolve, we have relocated our daily case counts on our website. Please see our COVID-19 Page for the latest numbers. COVID-19 

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