Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Hope Hospice Offers Grief Support Services Following Tragedy in Haiti

For those in our community who have loved ones in Haiti, the tragedy of this week’s earthquake has evoked feelings of anxiety, depression and helplessness. The professional grief counselors at Hope Hospice are responding with special counseling and grief support sessions for those in need.

The following sessions are open to the public, at no charge.

* Denotes Creole interpreters available

Monday, January 18 at 6 pm
Fort Myers: Hope HealthCare Services Office
Community Room
9470 HealthPark Circle

Bonita Springs: Joanne’s House at Hope Hospice in Bonita Springs
Community Room
27200 Imperial Street

*Cape Coral: Hospice House Cape Coral
Community Room
2430 Diplomat Pkwy E.

Tuesday, January 19 at 6 pm
*Lehigh Acres: Hope HealthCare Services
25 Homestead Road

Wednesday, January 20 at 6 pm
North Fort Myers: Community Center
13821 N. Cleveland Ave.

For more information, please call Hope Hospice at 800-835-1673, or visit the website at www.hopehospice.org.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union provides a grant for Hope Kids Care through the Suncoast Kids Foundation

Greg Pasanen, Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union Regional Vice President – Cape Coral, and Joan White, Regional Vice President – Fort Myers, present Samira Beckwith with a gift of $30,000 from the Suncoast Kids Foundation. The gift will be used to help children and families in Hope Kids Care.