Chaplaincy Health Care Spring Newsletter

Our spring newsletter is here!. Click on the image above to view the newsletter. In this issue: Repeat Boutique, Chaplaincy Health Care's newest venture is set to open March 31st.; HeART for Healing is a new, fun way to support Cork's Place while enjoying an art-filled evening; Spring Grief Support groups and classes are announced; we...

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Chaplaincy Grief Care’s Spring Grief Support Groups & Classes

The death of a significant person can be a time of great pain. The experienced team from Chaplaincy Grief Care offers support and education for family and friends. We invite you to follow a path through the pain that assists you in adjusting to life without the person who died, as well as finding meaning...

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Chapliancy Grief Care’s Winter Grief Support Groups & Classes

The death of a significant person can be a time of great pain. The experienced team from Chaplaincy Grief Care offers support and education for family and friends. We invite you to follow a path through the pain that assists you in adjusting to life without the person who died, as well as finding meaning...

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Chaplaincy Health Care’s Winter Newsletter

Our winter newsletter lands in mailboxes this week (12/5). In this issue you'll read about how Chaplaincy Grief Care and Hospice Care supported Michelle Wilson and her family after the tragic death of her brother and during her father-in-law's end of life journey. Her touching story affirms our role as guides and companions during very difficult...

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Lighting the Path Breakfast

You are invited to join us for our annual Lighting the Path Breakfast. This is a great opportunity to learn about all the ways Chaplaincy Health Care touches lives in our community. Through hospice care, palliative care, grief care, Cork's Place, behavioral health services and chaplain services, we provide expert guidance, care and support when...

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Register Now for the End-of-Life Conference

Chaplaincy Health Care will hold a one-day conference on end-of-life care on Saturday, November 5, 2016. It will be held at the Three Rivers Convention Center from 8 am to 5 pm. The conference is geared toward experienced practitioners and will provide an opportunity to gain a greater understanding of the complex issues in providing...

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Chaplaincy Grief Care Announces Fall Support Groups & Classes

The death of a significant person can be a time of great pain. The experienced team from Chaplaincy Grief Care offers support and education for family and friends. We invite you to follow a path through the pain that assists you in adjusting to life without the person who died, as well as finding meaning...

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Cork’s Place Needs You

If you have a heart for kids, we have a place for you. Our children's grief care program is in need of at least 20 volunteers to help us meet the demand of grieving children in our community. Watch this clip by KVEW TV to learn more or call (509) 783-7416.

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Volunteers Needed to Help Children at Cork’s Place

  Cork’s Place offers a safe and nurturing environment where children, teens and families who have experienced a death can share experiences, support one another and find comfort as they move through the difficult process of emotional healing. Volunteers are needed to facilitate these grief support groups for children ages 3 - 18. Support groups...

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Hospice houses in the Pacific Northwest thrive although houses decrease nationally

Amanda Quintana from KVEW news spoke with Gary Castillo, executive director of Chaplaincy Health Care about hospice in-patient facilities in the northwest. Keeping hospice in-patient facilities open has become a struggle in many communities throughout the U.S. "More and more people across the country are taking advantage of hospice care. Last year 6.1 million patients...

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