Author: Heather Miller

A feature of life for a healthy community of care is that the people we serve and their families get to spend their lives defining us. The people who contribute as paid professionals come and go. But the people who work here also define us...

This month, likely mid-month, we expect the final revision to the Governor's budget. Our best guess is that most of the revision will be to the projected state surplus, that any new spending will be in one-time or pilot programs and that nothing we expect...

Hello all,  Those of you who are Full-Time employees with Imagine should have received an Open Enrollment email from me. Open Enrollment is the time to change insurance providers if you choose to or add/delete a dependent. Remember that you need to complete the open enrollment forms regardless of whether you are...

Dear Imagine friends and family,I want to start (and end) this month's newsletter with an appreciation for Cherice Lovell. Cherice left Imagine in April after a decade of service. Her professionalism, competence, and commitment were always a comfort to me that she was in charge...

Dear Imagine friends and family, Greetings to you all. I want to start by reminding everyone that the Delta variant of the virus which causes COVID-19 is here and spreading quickly. Although vaccinated people remain well protected against serious illness, as with past variants, we are...

Dean is excited to start his new life in Santa Cruz. He loves to bike on his tandem and trike, swim, play with balls of all kinds, and hang out with people! Dean has an older sister, Emma, and a younger brother, Nate, who he...

Dear Imagine friends and family, Greetings to you all. As most of you already know, Charlie Miller is our new Director of Services. He will be writing a monthly column of this newsletter which will share lessons guiding the development of our services. Examples might include...

Hello all,  You may have concerns about the change in leadership. For many of you, Julie has offered a good ear, considered your needs, felt your feelings and made you laugh. Periodically, in this column, I write to you about our open door policy, reminding you...

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