Adult Services

Indian Creek Foundation’s 2022 Holiday Friendship Dinner

On November 30th, Indian Creek Foundation hosted our annual Holiday Friendship Dinner. To continue to protect our program members and residents, this year’s event was virtual. As much as we miss our big group dinners from past years, we’ve really gotten the concept of group fun over Zoom down to a science to make sure …

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Chapel at Indian Creek Foundation: Reflection is Good for the Soul

Twice a week, our Day Services Program members welcome our Indian Creek Foundation Pastor, John Hank, to lead a Chapel service. Because of our long history of partnership with the local Mennonite churches, it is important to ICF’s philosophy to maintain the values of compassion, relationship, and service. Chapel reminds us of these values and …

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Peer Support Services at Indian Creek Foundation

Individuals who travel the road of recovery from mental health challenges, including those compounded by substance use disorders, will often find further purpose in supporting others who are earlier in the recovery process. People with a lived experience offer a perspective that is relatable to others who may be struggling with similar issues. Individuals who …

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Music Therapy Combines Fun and Skills at Indian Creek Foundation

“Music is the universal language of mankind.” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Music really is a special language, isn’t it? In our Day Services Program, music is an integral part of our daily routines. Whether listening to music or singing along, our participants truly enjoy the ability to express themselves in the ways that only music can …

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Tai Chi Encourages Movement and Participation

We all know that regular movement and exercise are necessary for maintaining good health. When we incorporate play and socialization into exercise, it makes the experience much more enjoyable. For many people, gentle exercise is much more beneficial than rigorous cardio or competitive sports. Low impact physical activity is great for reducing stress, improving mood, …

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