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Advisicon Outreach – Seasons of Hope Celebration & Fundraiser
January 19 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Advisicon Outreach loves to support events in our local community! We are committed to sharing as many as possible to provide a place for YOU to see what’s happening and get involved.
Community Home Health & Hospice will hold their first annual Seasons of Hope Celebration & Fundraiser. Proceeds from the fundraiser will support on-going, free grief care for everyone in Clark County, not only hospice families. Guests will receive the latest news about upcoming construction of the Seasons of Hope Grief Center and memorial garden.
Seasons of Hope Grief Center – In Your Community Since 1988
Community Home Health & Hospice has served Clark County families since 1988, providing private duty, home health, hospice and grief support services. In 2015, we opened a 10-bed hospice care center in Salmon Creek to provide around-the-clock nursing for patients whose symptoms can’t be controlled at home.
With our decades of hospice experience in Clark and Cowlitz counties, we are a proven Southwest Washington leader in grief support. As a nonprofit agency, our mission is to extend grief care to everyone in the community, not only hospice families. We discovered long ago that grief does not follow a timetable, so anyone may attend our grief programs as long as needed. To do that, we are building a grief center and memorial garden next to the hospice center.
Free Grief Care for the Entire Community
The grief center will be free to anyone in the community who needs support for the loss of a loved one whether by accident, suicide, homicide, military action, natural causes or other causes. Opening in 2018, it will include dedicated space for children, teens and adults.
Enjoy Our Memorial Garden
A memorial garden will lie between the two buildings, providing a beautiful place to enjoy nature and reflect on special memories. You will be invited to stop in and enjoy the everchanging scenery for a new and meaningful experience each visit. The garden will be open and available to the entire community every day.