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Oyster Roast is February 12

We are extremely grateful to community members Shirley and Don Haupt and Christopher Roberts for planning an oyster roast and raffle to raise funds on our behalf. It will be held on Sunday, February 12 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the beautiful Isle of Hope Marina .   

$25 tickets (or 2 for $40) are available by calling Shirley at 912.401.4536, or Ophelia in our Foundation at 912.629.1027. Bring a covered dish, an oyster knife if you have one and your own adult beverage. Let's get shuckin' for a good cause! Photo credit: Shirley's cousin and beloved Isle of Hope legend, Sammy Moore.
Adult Day Camp for those grieving a loss
 
Has it been at least a year since the death of your loved one? Are you reluctant to talk about them because you feel people expect you to be "over it"?

Join the caring and compassionate bereavement counselors of Hospice Savannah's Full Circle for a day of healing as you journey towards building your new life. Camp is  Saturday, February 18, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. to  3:00 p.m. at Full Circle Grief and Loss Center, 6000 Business Center Drive. Find out more and/or pre-register by calling 912.303.9442. There i s a nominal registration fee of $25 with financial assistance available.
Thank you

Thank you to the many panelists and attendees who participated in our 9th Annual Lecture Series on spirituality and caregiving. It was an uplifting and meaningful way to engage with the community. Please take a moment to watch this short  WTOC segment filmed at the community session. Pictured L to R are Hopsice Savannah VP, Jamey Espina; moderator Dr. Leisa Easom of the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving; Hospice Savannah CEO, Debra Anthony Larson; and panelists Rabbi Robert Haas, Rev. Thurmond Tillman, Sister Donna Marie Coward, Rev. Jeff Hartman, Ms. Rita Slatus, and Hospice Savannah's Chief Clinical Officer, Monica Anderson.

Thanks to our sponsors Bart, Meyer & Company; the Endowment Fund of the Georgia Medical Society; and the St. Joseph's/Candler Foundations. Click here to read a complete list of donors who contributed to Hospice Savannah in January.
Valentines and Weddings
     
Over the years our staff has helped facilitate many weddings for our patients. These are the most joyous and beautiful memories we can offer to a family. It is our honor and privilege to provide hospice care in our community. Please help us by volunteering, donating or advocating for our services. With over 15 other hospices in this area, it is more critical than ever that healthcare consumers realize not all offer the same level of care, compassion and clinical expertise. We are proud to be the only hospice to have earned the J oint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval.
Cheers!
      

Hospice care is all about quality of life. We look forward to offering a Thursday evening happy hour to our Hospice House patients this month! (Pictured is former patient Jacob Stoltzman on the proud occasion when he was granted American citizenship).
Help for children affected by gun violence
      
  
Thanks to Jessica Lebos, Community Editor of Connect Savannah, for her informative article on neighborhood-based grief support for children and teens affected by gun violence. Read her column here, and to find out more, or to volunteer to help, call bereavement coordinator Holland Morgan at 912.303.9442.
We're so much more than hospice!
We offer caregiver support through our  Edel Caregiver Institute , symptom management for those with serious illness through our Steward Center for Palliative Care, and bereavement support thorough our Full Circle Center for Grief and Loss. Simply call us at 912.355.2289 and we will find you the help you need!

Click on the image above to watch a short video about how family members overcame their fear of calling Hospice Savannah.