State Representative David Friess (R-Red Bud) has commented on the opening of a new ComWell Clinic in Red Bud. On May 25th, ComWell held a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating their new Red Bud clinic. ComWell staff and board members attended the event, joining together to support the beginnings of this important establishment. “We are very excited and proud to share with each of you our new clinic,” stated ComWell Executive Director Shea Haury.
ComWell’s vision statement is to be “Where community meets wellness.” For almost 50 years, they have been an empowering presence in Randolph County, where they provide employment opportunities for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, residential services for adults with mental illness, and mental health support/counseling. They also partner with local schools and hospitals to provide support to them as well. On their website, they say, “It is our mission to promote positive, healthy changes for individuals and communities through engagement, education, treatment and recovery. Our team is committed to empowering individuals to pursue growth and wellness. We value integrity, empathy, respect, quality, teamwork and communication.”
ComWell is recognized by the Council on Accreditation (COA) with national accreditation. They also hold licensing and accreditation as a certified Medicaid provider, child welfare agency, substance use treatment and DUI facility, community day services provider, and community integrated living arrangement facility.
“I’m grateful for ComWell’s presence here in Randolph County and their new clinic here in Red Bud,” Rep Friess said. “ComWell has a trusted and well-earned reputation for empowering, treating, and educating those in need in our communities. The work they do is inspiring and I’m grateful that the people of Red Bud will have easier access to the services they provide.”
ComWell also has locations 2517 State Street in Chester and 104 Northtown Drive in Sparta.