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Wondering what it would be like to call in? Listen to the following audio excerpt from one of our most popular groups, Gratitude. In this group, participants share one thing they are grateful for that day. Here is Stephanie sharing her gratitude for the day.

 

“[Well Connected is] my place to be a person again. People don’t even pay attention, they don’t even listen. You’ve been listened to your entire life and suddenly, they don’t listen to you because you’re old. I do know that it (Well Connected) gives something back to us and it just feels so refreshing to have that back. It’s like being reintroduced to the community.”

– Darlene, Well Connected Participant
 
 

“I like Well Connected because I think it is something good for the community, they are helping getting to people that are home bound that don’t have a lot of resources. Plus the staff is a really nice group of people that I really like working with. It creates a good feeling to be around the whole organization. I’m happy with it. Ive been a facilitator for over two years and I’ve found it’s really good for me too. By facilitating Gratitude and Meditation, it makes me more grateful myself, and more knowledgeable about meditation.”

– Tom, Well Connected Participant
 
 
Well Connected is a community made up of participants, staff, facilitators, presenters, and other volunteers who care about each other and who value feeling connected.
 
 
STAFF

Well Connected is a non-denominational program of Covia.  As a non-profit, Well Connected relies on donations to provide services at no-cost to participants.

Amber Carroll Director
Katie Wade Associate Director
Patt Schroeder Program Specialist
Brian Stannard Program Manager
Jeff Cheung Administrative Coordinator
Annette Balter Senior Resource Director
Emma Marquez Administrative Assistant

 

Well Connected is a Covia Community Services program. Well Connected is funded through the generous financial support of individual donors andWell Connected is a Covia Community Services program. Well Connected is funded through the generous financial support of individual donors and

The Covia Foundation
Metta Fund
The City of Beverly Hills

Your generous donation can help make this program an even greater success. Please click here to make your online donation. Thank you for your support!

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Episcopal Senior Communities (ESC) is now Covia

Our name has changed, our mission and values remain the same:
To serve our communities as a nonprofit organization as we have done for more than half a century. Our new name reflects our shared purpose of bringing people together and creating a true sense of home.

Welcome to Covia.