Fall Market Fills with Smiles (and Fresh Produce)

Lucy PerryThe slight drop in temperatures and anticipation of cooler weather continues to excite staff, peers, and customers at Rudy’s Happy Patch Market. Our seasonal pumpkins are already selling and fresh fall produce and plants are available. The smiles of customers tell us that they are ready for autumn – and for our home grown, farm-to-table fall vegetables.

As always, Perry Wellness Center founder and CEO Stuart Perry is ready for the seasonal change. “I am all about the cooler weather,” he says with emphasis. “We have fought the hot summer and increased watering for our produce and the campus. We do need some rain, but the cooler weather is a step in the right direction!”

One repeat customer, Lucy Perry of Americus, recently stopped by for blueberries, shelled peas, and a hanging floral basket. After she completed her shopping, a market assistant carried her produce and basket to her vehicle. Let’s hear it for customer service! Let’s hear it for FALL!

In the photo above, Lucy Perry holds a market bag about to be filled with fresh blueberries. 

Group Leader Shares Message of Diversity, Self-Acceptance

Boykin groupDuring a recent peer discussion, certified peer specialist (CPS) Rev. Ronald Boykin brought his insights to a timely topic. Many individuals with behavioral health problems feel marginalized, stigmatized, and even discriminated against. Often these feelings are due to public misunderstanding about the nature of mental illness. Additionally, many of the peers participating in the Perry Wellness Center recovery program are racial minorities, a fact that can further contribute to a sense of “otherness” in society. Whatever the causes, Rev. Boykin feel that individuals must take responsibility for their own feelings and celebrate their cultures and identities.

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A Sign of the Season

Mr. PumpkinAt Rudy’s Happy Patch Market, we are happy to report that a bright orange, rotund V.I.P. is now available to receive visitors during the fall holiday season.

Known as Mr. Kelly Pumpkin (or “Mr. Pumpkin,” for short), the unusually large pumpkin has taken a place of honor among its lesser peers on the market grounds. We are inviting families to stop by and take a picture of the kids with Mr. Pumpkin.

He will be on the grounds until Thanksgiving -- or until he is purchased. Our market is open 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday and 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. on Saturdays. The market is located at 302 East Furlow Street, Americus.

Mr. Pumpkin is pictured above with his namesake, Kelly Jansen, our culinary chief – who may have visions of pumpkin pies in the cafeteria dancing in his head!

Stuart Perry Speaks to Local DAR

DARSince he became a mental health advocate almost two decades ago, Perry Wellness Center founder and CEO Stuart has spoken to a variety of civic, church, governmental, and mental health groups across the nation. His message has consistently been the promotion of recovery for people with mental illness or substance abuse. By reducing the stigma surrounding mental illness and providing a “face” for the disorder, Stuart has increased public understanding and support.

Last week he made his most recent advocacy appearance when he was the featured speaker at the local Council of Safety Chapter, DAR (Daughter of the American Revolution) last week. In his remarks, Stuart shared the history of Perry Wellness Center and its focus as a peer-led wellness and recovery program for its 77 peers.

“To have the support of the DAR is important in our work,” Stuart noted. He believes in strong relationships and partnerships in the community among a variety of service organizations.

In the above photo with Stuart are DAR members, left to right: Leila Case, vice regent; Nancy Gaston, chaplain; Phyllis Tucker, secretary; Nancy Hayes, regent; and Gay Sheppard, outgoing regent.

Our thanks to the local DAR chapter for its interest and support.

GSWC Nursing Students Tour Campus

Students and banana treeA group of four senior nursing students are once again visiting Perry Wellness Center as part of their mental health rotation. Four students from Georgia Southwestern State University recently attended group sessions and established personal contacts with several peers at the center. The experience gives students a firsthand look at how people with mental illness cope and recover with treatment and support.

When not studying, the students found out that the center’s campus is a great place for exploration. During a recent break, the students visited numerous sites on campus, including the array of walking paths, fountains, ponds, garden structures, and greenhouses.

After stopping by Rudy’s Happy Patch Market, the four students began their walk down the hill on which the market is sited. As they walked, they discovered Perry Wellness Center’s own banana tree. Excited with that discovery, they proceeded to the Helping Hand” fountain and pool designed by Jeff Williams. But the young women kept returning to comments on the discovery of the tropical fruit in south Georgia.

“I have never seen bananas as they grow on a tree,” said Charlene Jeanbaptiste, a nursing student who is also an Army veteran. “I bet those two bunches of bananas are exciting for visitors. We are happy with our discovery!”

This group of four students are just part of a total of 16 students who have visited Perry Wellness Center in the past few weeks. Perry Wellness Center founder and CEO Stuart Perry is delighted to host the group, saying, “We welcome our nursing students to our campus. We hope that our activity will lure future nurses to join our team and realize the growing need for mental health services.”

In the photo above, a group of nursing students pause to check the growth of bananas on this tropical tree. From left are: Samantha Joubert, from Gwinnett County, studying pediatrics; Charlene Jeanbaptiste, from Chicago, studying psychology; Brigitte Locke, from Taylor County, studying labor and delivery; and Ciara James, from Americus, studying trauma nursing.

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  516. Save Energy; Save Money!
  517. Award-Winning Collards Recipe
  518. Blue Argo Offers Unique Gift to PWC
  519. PWC Intern Promotes Respect for the Environment
  520. PWC Team Wins Area Cook-Off
  521. Collard and Cornbread Cook-Off: Don't Forget!
  522. Net Results
  523. We're Growing!
  524. Legacy Walls: A Look Back
  525. Going Green: Collards and Competition
  526. An Artful Health Reminder
  527. Second Harvest: Pecans in Demand at Market
  528. Keeping the #1 New Year's Resolution
  529. "Recycle and Reuse" in Action at PWC
  530. Americus Banker "Pays It Forward"
  531. Local Civic Group Brings Holiday Cheer
  532. Community Spotlight: Local Businessman Gives Back
  533. Building a Sense of Community
  534. Winners Announced in PWC Gasoline Raffle
  535. 9 Holiday Depression Busters
  536. Walk 27 to Honor Shooting Victims
  537. 11 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Depression Triggers
  538. Cheer Up the Blues Is Big Success
  539. PWC a Christmas Parade Winner
  540. Equation for Wellness
  541. Cheer Up the Blues 2012 Coming Soon
  542. PWC Reps Attend Georgia Peer Support Institute
  543. No Rain Delays at PWC!
  544. Wellness Program under Expansion
  545. Beating the Holiday Blues: Part I
  546. Thanksgiving Offers Food for the Spirit (and Healthy Appetites!)
  547. THANKS for GIVING: Volunteers Make the Season Bright
  548. Going Green with Unique Garden Mulch
  549. Ten Tips for Better Mental Health
  550. Judicial Rep Tours PWC
  551. One Man's Anti-Smoking Campaign
  552. Net-Working at PWC
  553. Ready for Our Close-Up
  554. Pecan Harvest Prompts Holiday Baking
  555. Mental Health Wellness Week Almost Here
  556. New Peer Specialists Certified
  557. The Blueberry Connection
  558. Stuart Perry Speaks at Town Hall Meeting
  559. PWC Recognized for Best Practices
  560. Home Safe Home
  561. Six Exercise Essentials
  562. Joining Hands to Beat Mental Illness
  563. PWC Learns Fire Safety Tips from Local Experts
  564. Congratulations to DJ!
  565. PWC Promotes Healthy Environment
  566. Double Trouble to Double Recovery
  567. National Depression Screening Day
  568. Fall Fair Fun!
  569. Sowing the Seeds for Harvest Bounty
  570. Birthdays Provide Opportunity for Emotional Benefits
  571. National Depression Screening Day Is Next Week
  572. Peer Profile: Artist at Work
  573. They're Baaack -- Global Outreach Lends a Hand
  574. Fall Ramblings
  575. Hog Wild for Fitness
  576. An A+ for Effort
  577. Commemorating Suicide Prevention Week
  578. The Scarecrows Are Coming!
  579. September 11: A Time to Remember
  580. Fall Market Update
  581. PWC Reps Attend State Consumer Conference
  582. Happy Patch Market Prepares for Autumn Season
  583. Rosalynn Carter Visits Perry Wellness Center
  584. Planting a Seed of Hope
  585. Intern Promotes Social Contact for Mental Health Peers
  586. Peer Profile: Bible Study in the Garden
  587. Meditation Arbor Provides both Shade and Inspiration
  588. Lesson in Leadership
  589. Follow the Red Brick Road
  590. Local Food Vendors Support Happy Patch Market
  591. Global Outreach Ministries Students Provide Assistance at PWC
  592. 90 Minutes to Better Mental Health
  593. Wellness Tip: The Sounds of Nature
  594. Teamwork, Physical Activity, Friendly Competition: Let the Games Begin!
  595. Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network A Voice for Many
  596. Carter Center Celebrates 30 Years of Mental Health Focus
  597. More Healthy Eating for Summer
  598. Hope Park Provides Quiet Oasis
  599. FACTS: Mental Illness & Violence
  600. Healthy Eating -- Caprese Salad
  601. How Does Your Garden Grow?
  602. In the Cards
  603. Lessons of the Geese
  604. Lowe's Provides Garden Equipment to PWC
  605. For the Birds
  606. Stand Up for Your Health
  607. New Hours at Happy Patch Market
  608. PWC Participates in Local "Farm to Fork" Benefit
  609. Get Ready for a Farm to Table July 4th Cook-Out
  610. Stress Buster: Taking a Time Out
  611. Local Support Always Welcome
  612. June Is Men's Health Month
  613. Divine Bovine
  614. "Journey for Life" Re-Issued: Book Signing Planned
  615. Politicians and Potting Soil
  616. Ah, Summer Peas!
  617. Trash and Treasure
  618. Try "Mood Foods"!
  619. Wellness: The Mind-Body Connection
  620. Lives Restored: Faces of Recovery
  621. June Is for Healthy Eating
  622. Green Thumb Dads
  623. Silent No More: May Is Mental Health Month
  624. Welcome to The Peer Post

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Mon-Sat 9 to 5:30

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