Bon Secours Gardens
The Gardens of Bon Secours Charity Health System is made up of four therapeutic garden spaces
The Garden of Hope at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Suffern is an accessible, therapeutic vegetable and herb garden providing patients, hospital staff and visitors a space for horticultural therapy and gardening programs with a focus on producing food for our local food pantries. The garden features a fully irrigated planting system, as well as a wheelchair-accessible planting bed and vertical growing walls.
The Healing Garden at St. Josephs Place in Port Jervis is located on the rooftop outside of the long-term care unit and features a pergola, accessible planting beds and soothing sounds of a waterfall.
The Gardens at Schervier Pavilion in Warwick include both an accessible patio garden and entrance gardens tended to and enjoyed by staff, residents and community members.
The Garden at Mount Alverno Center in Warwick is a vegetable/herb garden maintained by residents and members of the community. Residents reap the therapeutic benefits of this garden as they plant, harvest and sell their produce to visitors and staff.