Kalos in the News

Kalos Health joins the mental health community to reaffirm our commitment to building our understanding of mental illness, increasing access to treatment and ensuring those who are struggling know they are not alone. Millions of American’s lives are impacted daily by mental health conditions. To show our support, Kalos Health participated in several mental health awareness events in Erie and Niagara County throughout the month of May.

Kalos Health along with other community vendors created an opportunity of education and engagement  These events were sponsored by the Mental Health advocates of Western NY and NAMI.  The goal of Mental Health awareness is to build better lives for all Americans affected by mental illness.

The "Kalos Kares" team raised funds and joined together for a virtual Walk to End Alzheimer's on Oct. 1 around the Kalos Health office building.

Kalos Health Participates in Food Link Partnership in Orleans County

Hunger and food insecurity are worldwide issue that impacts the lives of families, seniors, children and hardworking individuals each and every day. The mission of the Food Link partnership with the Community Action of Orleans County, Orleans County Office of the Aging and Kalos Health is simple: Nourish hungry people and lead the community in ending hunger. This concept comes to life every day when the food bank hosts up to 50 volunteers at a time to sort and package food that is then distributed around Orleans County to 300 families.  During the COVID 19 pandemic, Kalos Health and the Office of Aging packaged care packets for the safety of the community that consisted of sanitizers, a mask and gloves for each household.

On Wednesday, July 17, Kalos Health celebrated its fifth anniversary and received a certificate of recognition from Bob Welch from State Senator Robert G. Ortt's office.