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The Importance of Community

Right at Home Slidell is committed to being an integral and active member of our community. As an in-home care provider, we understand that seniors' connections and relationships are key to living vital lives as they age. Likewise, we know as a company that having strong connections and relationships in the community is key to ensuring seniors get the resources, education, and care with the dignity and comfort they deserve.


Congratulations David Mosley!

Intern's Success Grows

Right at Home Washington St. Tammany's Winter-Break Intern was named Southland Conference First Team Tight End! David was a fantastic intern this past Winter. He was successful with us and we knew he would continue to be successful in all his pursuits. Congratulations David!

David Mosley Southland Conference First Team


The Power of Internships in Our Community

Right at Home Washington St. Tammany is proud to offer our community growth and education opportunities through internships. The value of real-world work experience is important to us and the many interns we host.

David Mosely, Right at Home Slidell's Winter Break Intern

David Mosely, Right at Home Slidell's Winter Break Intern


Here to Make GOOD THINGS Happen for Other People

Robin Grigsby Professional Women of St Tammany Award WinnerRight at Home Northshore would like to congratulate our own Robin Grigsby who was a winner of the “Women’s Choice Award” by the Professional Women of St. Tammany. This award recognizes women who excel in their profession and who contribute to our Parish’s present success and future development. The award ceremony was held at the Tchefuncta Country Club in Covington, LA.

The Professional Women of St. Tammany (PWST) PWST is one of the largest professional and philanthropic organizations of its kind in Louisiana. From networking and learning lunches to annual fundraisers they empower, educate, and support St. Tammany Parish professional women.

Many people may not be aware that besides being a star employee at Right at Home Northshore in the marketing department, Robin is the founder of Holy Diapers, a non-profit organization that donates diapers to mothers and seniors in need. Robin, the mother of 4, founded Holy Diapers in 2017 to help families struggling to afford diapers. Robin truly lives by the credo that she places at the end of each one of her emails, "Here to make GOOD THINGS happen for other People". Congratulations Robin, your Right at Home community is very proud of you!


Networking 'Brunch Bunch' and Non-Profit 'Lunch Bunch' Events

Our Marketing Pro, Robin, had a whammy of a Wednesday on January 29, 2020. Robin attended Brunch Bunch in the AM, and Lunch Bunch in the PM! In addition to working with Right at Home, Robin is the founder of Holy Diapers - a non-profit dedicated to helping those in need of diapers. 

First stop of the day: Brunch Bunch, hosted at Oak Park Village-Slidell. Residents of Oak Park Village and Home Health professionals come together at brunch to network, share stories, and build relationships. Light refreshments are provided for all those in attendance. This event is a fantastic opportunity to socialize and network - getting to know others in the Home Health field. 

Second stop: Robin attended the Lunch Bunch hosted by St. Luke Catholic Church, in Slidell. The Lunch Bunch is a quarterly meeting in which non-profit organizations come together to offer resources, and learn from guest speakers. January's guest speakers included: Adele Bruce-Smith, project coordinator for Safe Haven; and Sister Teresa Daly, advisor with "Stepping Stones"

Safe Haven, is a project brought about by the action of many people in many capacities. Safe Haven will offer a Crisis Receiving Station where the mentally ill and addicted are diverted from the ER and can be assessed - adults only, no children. They have a 24-bed addiction and sobering center where clients can stay for up to 3 days. Once assessed they will be followed up on by Start Corporation for resources and case management. Clients can self-admit, get dropped off, contact the Police Office for transportation, or if outside city limits call the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office, for transportation to the facility. A $5.3 Million grant was awarded to this project, through National Disaster Resiliency funding, facilitated through the LA SAFE initiative. They hope to open to the public in three weeks. 

Safe Haven is located at: 21490 Koop Drive, Mandeville, LA 70471 (across from Fontainebleau State Park). For more information on Safe Haven, visit: www.safehavenstp.org or www.facebook.com. 

For questions, or to obtain more information, Safe Haven may be reached via email: safehaven@stpgov.orgAdditionally, Adele Bruce-Smith, can be reached at the Coroner’s office: 985-871-0210.

Next up: Sister Teresa Daly with Stepping Stones gave an update on their holistic case management program. Stepping Stones is a program offered by Family Promise of St. Tammany. The MISSION of Stepping Stones is to help stabilize individuals and families within their life circumstances by utilizing community resources and volunteerism to increase individual, family and community well-being. The client (Seeker) works with a pair of trained advisors (advocates), accessing resources, and developing skills to become stable. Stepping Stones has a number of advisors in specialty areas including: finance, employment, education, legal, health, housing, spiritual, and Veteran benefits.

"We're taking ordinary community folks with no experience in ministry or social services who are stable and know how to navigate life," Sue Rotolo, director of Good Samaritan Ministries, said. "We pair them with seekers, and together they create a plan for the client to make it on their own."

This is part of a collaborative effort with many partners, including Catholic Charities of New OrleansGood Samaritan Ministry and St. Vincent de Paul of New Orleans.

For more information regarding Stepping Stones, contact Sister Daly at 314-608-2449

We had a wonderful time with our Brunch Bunch and Lunch Bunch friends. We look forward to our next meeting, and in the meantime - we will work to share our knowledge within our community.

OPV Lunch Spread

Event Group

Roaring 20's Speakeasy An Event To Be Remembered!

We had a blast at the most recent Business Associates Social Hour (BASH) on January 15th. The Wine Garden in Slidell was transformed into a dazzling Speakeasy for the Roaring 20's Party hosted by BASH. BASH is a quarterly after hours networking group for Senior Services. This event was hosted by Passages HospiceHome Instead Senior Care and Park Provence Senior Living. Audrey at Provence Park didn't leave out any details - the setup was gorgeous; and true to the era - there was even a secret password ("Schmooza Palooza") to enter!

Great food, great drinks, and a great time were had by all! BONUS: Our very own Chris Harris won the Apple Watch door prize (woot woot, go Chris!). 

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