At Vaya Health, we believe working together makes us stronger. That’s why we created #VayaStrong, a sign of our commitment to the wellness, fitness and overall health of our staff and the community.
The initiative encourages staff participation in events that promote healthy living for the mind and body. Activities have included relay races and half-marathons, National Depression Screening Day outreach, recovery promotion, autism awareness and the assembly of 1,000 Narcan kits, which can reverse an opioid overdose, to give to local residents.
While strengthening staff, we are also giving back to giving back to the communities we serve. Read more about our commitment to health and wellness.
Peer support specialists use their personal experience to share messages of hope with others in recovery. Their unique perspective and lived expertise allow them to offer authentic, person-centered care to those they support. Peer support specialists promote individual and family strengths, support wellness activities and encourage self-advocacy among members and caregivers. In this way, they […]
About 5.8 million people are living with Alzheimer’s nationwide, according to the Alzheimer’s Association, which sponsors Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness…
Stacy Sorrells, Director of Member Relations at Vaya Health, was named the 2017 Recovery Champion of the Year at the 3rd annual Western Regional Recovery Rally last Saturday. The award was presented by Member Relations staff, including Vanessa Brumfield, Maryann Haskell, Rebekah McCloy, Sam Sutker and Richie Tannerhill. The Recovery Champion of the Year award […]