Stanislaus Magazine Feature

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Ever Well Integrated Healthcare was proudly featured in this month’s issue of Stanislaus Magazine. The article titled “Transitional Housing- Reducing Risks on the Road to Recovery,” written by Melece Casey, takes a look at the power of a transitional living space as a key resource to lasting recovery. As Ever Well CEO Christopher Zubiate mentions in the article, “The current system doesn’t try to match what the client needs.” Ever Well is working to provide modern therapeutic treatment communities committed to evolving with a client’s continually changing needs; while providing a safe place to learn life skills and work toward independence. Take a look at the article to gain a better understanding of the importance of Ever Well’s mission for dignified care in combination with a true focus on recovery to provide the best possible chance at lasting recovery.

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Magazine link, with Ever Well Featured on pages 38-41:


The Peer Recovery & Ever Well Health mixer at Mod Spot – August 27, 2015

The Peer Recovery & Ever Well Health mixer at Mod Spot was a great event for community networkers. Over 80 in attendance There were government agencies , state wide commissions , mental health groups representing both consumers and families, educators, bankers, photographers, artists, youth job developers, the EW executive chef with crew , with both Modesto View reporters , Stanislaus Magazine represented. All who dropped by Mod Spot to network ,enjoy a feast, listen to a world renown jazz guitarist and celebrate the endless possibility of uniting to become a healthier community.

Mod Spot was designed to be a business / social / opportunity /connecting hub for our partners. Well done first cabin time with the sounds the sights as well as the bites. Beautifully done and Ever Well Health rocked to house.

John Black CEO, L.E.
Peer Recovery Art Project Incorporated

Arts for Freedom Gallery, Healthier Community Arts Initiative , Peers Speak Out For Hope, International Arts Exhibition , Classic Community Murals

Direct 209 985-0467
PO Box 5354
Modesto, CA 95352

“Peer Recovery Art Project, is our continuous campaign to end stigma, revitalize downtown areas, while implementing new strategies for an all inclusive and therefore healthier community”

Special Guest -Grant Geissman

Special Guest -Grant Geissman

A. Fetyko and C. Zubiate at ModSpot with John Black

A. Fetyko and C. Zubiate at ModSpot with John Black



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