Rosenberg TX – October 8, 2022 – Individuals recovering from a mental health emergency now have one more therapeutic activity to engage in daily at the Texana Crisis Center. Thanks to a team of dedicated volunteers from Holman/ARI, the Crisis Center can now offer gardening activities. Working together with patients, representatives from Holman built the outdoor beds for flowers, herbs, and vegetables.
The garden beds are a vital place of healing for over 500 people per year who are working towards recovery through their brief stays at the Texana Crisis Center. The 22-bed facility provides life-saving services to clients who are low-income, have Medicaid, or are uninsured and need intensive intervention to avoid self-harm or suicide.
“Although Texana Crisis Center provides life-saving services, people often do not know that we are here until they need us,” says Sheree Prather, Director of Development for Texana. “We are grateful for Holman’s support of local citizens during the time when they need it most. Their service is a wonderful way to de-stigmatize asking for and receiving support during a mental health crisis.”