The Kentucky Center Arts in Healing program is busy at eight sites, thanks to the support of our generous donors:
*Frazier Rehabilitation Institute
*Home of the Innocents
*James Graham Brown Cancer Center
*Norton Audubon Hospital
*Our Lady of Peace
*Robley Rex VA Medical Center
*Volunteers of America
We are very grateful for all of the community support that we have received to continue this inspiring work, including support from the many individual donors who keep the program going so successfully.
Learn more about The Kentucky Center Arts in Healing program.
The Humana Foundation has provided the primary support since the program’s inception in 2009, and is the primary funder for programs at James Graham Brown Cancer Center, Norton Audubon Hospital, Frazier Rehabilitation Institute, Robley Rex VA Medical Center lobby and the men receiving substance abuse treatment at Volunteers of America. Grants received from the WHAS Crusade for Children and Kosair Charities help provide programming at Home of the Innocents, Our Lady of Peace, and the Family Emergency Shelter at Volunteers of America. Funding from the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth make the women’s program at Volunteers of America and Nazareth Home possible, while the Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust has been the primary funding source for our work in the inpatient units at Robley Rex VA Medical Center.
On March 18, from 5 – 7 p.m., Arts in Healing will participate in an opening reception for Women’s History Month at UofL School of Dentistry. On March 27, from 12 - 1:30 p.m., Arts in Healing will dedicate the “She Served, Too” stone marker carved at the 2012 Women Veterans Open House at Robley Rex VA Medical Center. It will be placed in the Memorial Gardens until the West Entrance renovation is complete.
Photo taken at past Kentucky Center Arts in Healing workshop at Frazier Rehabilitation Institute involving members of the Mark Morris dance company and patients with Parkinson's and their caregivers