Bonnie’s Bus will be parked at the Prudich Medical Center, 5451 Simmons River Road, Montcalm, WV in Mercer County. Phone: 304-589-3251
Bonnie’s Bus will be parked at the Bluestone Family Practice, 3016 E. Cumberland Road, Bluefield, WV in Mercer County. Phone: 304-800-5923.
Bonnie’s Bus will be parked at the Bluestone Health Center, 3997 Beckley Road, Princeton, WV in Mercer County. 304-431-5499.
Bonnie’s Bus will be parked at the Summers County Health Department, 151 Pleasant Street, Hinton, WV in Summers County. Phone: 304-466-3388.
Bonnie’s Bus will be parked at the Holiday Inn Express and Suites, 222 Hunter Lane, Lewisburg, WV in Greenbrier County. Phone: 304-645-1787.
Mon Health is partnering with Main Street Fairmont to assist with a community clean-up day! 25 volunteers will clean and revitalize the flower beds and shrubbery around the Downtown Post Office parking lot, Veteran's Square, and the parking garage at Madison and Adams Street; construct and plant four planter boxes for the installation of public art displays from Fairmont State University; and paint the jewelry store facade on Adams Street.
ROADMAP TO HEALTH & SAVINGS
• Drive up to the drive thru area. Remain in your vehicle.
• A team member will provide you with your voucher.
• Voucher can be used from August 9 - September 3.
• No labwork will be performed onsite.
• All physical distancing and masking policies will be observed.
Living Well, a chronic disease self-management program, is a six-session workshop designed to help individuals coping with one or more chronic diseases learn to take day-to-day responsibility for their care, increase the skills necessary to manage their disease, and work effectively with their health care professional.
A new workshop begins Sept. 2 and meets every Thursday through Oct. 7 from 9 - 11:30 a.m. at the Berkeley Senior Center, 217 N. High Street in Martinsburg. The deadline to register is Aug. 27.
Living Well was developed by the Patient Education Research Center at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Leaders have been trained in the curriculum and follow Stanford’s guidelines which have been medically approved and rigorously tested to ensure effectiveness.
Participants of Living Well have reported significant changes in health such as less fatigue, less disability, improved functioning, and fewer hospital stays. Participants have also shown improvements in exercise adherence, pain and stress management, communication with physicians, and more confidence in their ability to manage their conditions.
Living Well is free and open to those with chronic pain and other health issues related to pain. Everyone can benefit from learning the skills to coordinate all the activities needed to manage their health, as well as help them maintain a full and active life.
To register or for more information, contact Dana M. DeJarnett at 304-264-1287, ext. 31814 or firstname.lastname@example.org.