On behalf of CareFirst, I am excited to announce that we will be hosting this year’s Garden of Fire Festival!
As an organization, CareFirst is most known for our hospice program, working with those at end of life; however, we have a variety of other services including grief services for children that focuses specifically on encouraging emotional healing and healthy coping. We have been honored to represent CareFirst in the Garden of Fire program and were thrilled when we could participate last year; giving children involved an opportunity to connect their work in art and science with their own personal well-being.
This year, CareFirst is looking forward to taking our involvement to a whole new level by hosting the Garden of Fire Festival at our new office. In an effort to better serve our community and create room for expansion, CareFirst recently moved to what was formerly known as the Frank Pierce School in Painted Post. We nearly tripled the size of our office space and are on 13 acres of land, providing plenty of opportunities to host events such as this. We are optimistic that we will reach more of our community by having the festival at our facility and look forward to welcoming all of you here.
Chelsea Ambrose, LMSW
Grief Services Clinical Leader