Winter 2019 Newsletter

Winter 2019 Newsletter

The Winter Newsletter is full of thanks and appreciation for our community. From those who sponsored and attended the Lighting the Path breakfast to our Champions of Care who support us throughout the year. Read a special article written by one of our very own Hospice...

Finding the Right Words

Tips on What to Say When Someone is Grieving What to Say I’m sorry. I’m sad for you. How are you doing with all this? I don’t know why it happened. What can I do for you? I’m here and I want to listen. Please tell me what you are feeling. This...

Cuddle Bear’s for Cork’s Place

The month of September raises awareness for many things – September is: Childhood Cancer Awareness, National Youth Suicide Prevention Week (9/8-9/14), Blood Cancer Awareness, Sepsis Awareness, Ovarian Cancer Awareness, Prostate Cancer Awareness, and the list goes on…...

Fall Grief Groups and Classes

September bookmarks the turning of the seasons, bringing cooler weather, beautiful colors throughout nature, and a new schedule for Chaplaincy Grief Care’ Fall Support Groups and Classes. Some choose to attend a group after a loss, while others may wait years....
Fall 2019 Newsletter

Fall 2019 Newsletter

The Fall newsletter is here and Chaplaincy Health Care has a few events to add to your calendar. This fall, Cork’s Place, Chaplaincy Health Care’s grief support program for children, teens and their families, celebrates 15 years of being a stand-alone...

Chaplaincy Health Care Summer 2019 Newsletter

Summer weather may be just around the corner but our Summer newsletter just arrived and is chock-full of information. Our 2018 Annual Reports highlights the impact of our work and the tremendous role volunteers play throughout the agency. There’s also some dates and...

2018 Annual Report

BECAUSE OF YOU – In 2018, thousands of people in our community received expert guidance and care when they needed it most. Just over 1,000 patients and their families received the care and compassion of our hospice teams; 112 children, teens and families received...

Frail is Not a Four-Letter Word

by Tim Ledbetter, D.Min, BCC Chaplain Supervisor, Chaplaincy Health Care There is a stage of life that may be dreaded more than the conclusion of one’s existence. It is that period of time when one finds him or herself becoming, in a word, FRAIL. Few people like that...