Our new name, Arrowleaf, holds a lot of meaning in our community. The arrowleaf plant is indigenous to Southern Illinois and the Shawnee National Forest region. Thriving in adverse conditions of sand and gravel, this plant is both beautiful and resilient, just like the people we work with who overcome adversity and find ways to fulfill their potential despite the challenges they face. In the stories below, we celebrate our people, our staff, and our community.
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Learn about the wonderful clients we serve in our residential programs…
Mary Wood and Patricia Bingaman have been life long friends. Both have recently moved to Autumn Ridge where they have continued to grow their friendship. Mary and Pat are originally from Ullin, Illinois, but have lived in multiple places through the years. However they always seem to find their way back to each other.
Bill Worrell was born and raised in Vienna and has been a resident of Autumn Ridge Supportive Living for nearly five years. Bill spoke of his family life growing up. He said his parents were both teachers in Southern Illinois and his father even taught his mother in school. He reminisced about a very special teacher of his as he was growing up, one that left an impact in his life to this day for her kind and caring attitude she always displayed in the classroom.