Giving Back During the Holidays

rolled fleece blankets

Therapy Center and our team members are passionate about giving back to the community. In 2015, we launched a company-wide effort we call Looking Forward, Giving Back.  The reason for this campaign is to instill teamwork within our facilities and to recognize the continuous efforts our therapy staff are making in their communities.  We want to go above and beyond for our patients, their families and our communities.  We want people to think of Therapy Center as more than just a business, but a family.


How You Can Help

Blanket and Sock Drive: Now – December 9thWoolen And Warm Socks At The Riga Christmas Market

The team at Therapy Center in Carencro is hosting a blanket and sock drive to benefit the homeless in Acadiana. A drop box to collect these items is located in the lobby of our clinic, located at 204 E. St. Peter Street in Downtown Carencro. The blanket and sock drive is going on now until December 9th. Once these items have been collected, the Extra Mile of Lafayette will distribute them to the homeless and those in shelters who are in need.

United Blood Services Blood Drive: December 29th

Therapy Center is also partnering with United Blood Services to host a blood drive during a critical time. The blood bus will be located at our clinic, 204 E. St. Peter Street, Carencro from 12p – 3pm on Thursday, December 29th.

Contact our Carencro clinic for more information at 337-896-6686.

Blanket Drive for the Elderly: Now – December 6th

Our Jennings clinic is also collecting new or gently used blankets in conjunction with Council on Aging and Jeff Davis Home Health for the elderly in our parish. The drop site is located in our clinic at 2002 Johnson St. Ste 100, Jennings.

Contact our Jennings clinic for more information at 337-824-4547.

Help us provide warmth and caring during the Christmas holidays…

Stay tuned to our blog for other ways to give back in the community.

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