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March Community Serves Outreach
Advance Care Directive provides a legal map, a living will for health, it reduces grief for the family, it is a power of attorney for your health, and it promotes healing and strength to the family. The impeding death of Jesus was spoken of, but others were unreceptive according to Matthew 16:21-23, there was a celebration of Jesus life even as death approached in Matthew 21, Jesus Last Supper was prepared with his friends in Matthew 26 and finally, Jesus made sure that his mother was taken care of in John 19:26-27.

Question: Why haven’t you had the conversation with your family and loved ones?

Remember: Stay healthy, stay safe, wear your mask, stay with the Creator of the Universe and have the conversation about Advance Care Planning with your loved ones.

Many THANKS for all you do! We welcome your feedback on the newsletter and encourage contributions for future editions. Send your suggestions, ideas, and content to Tracey MillsCommunity Outreach Program Coordinator.
Pastor Tracey Mills
Outreach Program Coordinator
Great News!
Community Hospice and Palliative Care connects with the Health Initiative Partnership of Jacksonville (NAACP) National Association for Advancement of Colored People.

Join the Health Committee on Monday, March 7, 2022 at 6:00 PM
March's Health Observances
March is National Social Work Month.
During Social Work Month take time to learn more about the many positive contributions of the profession, click here to learn more.
Upcoming Events
Alachua Christian Pastor Association
March 14th at 10:00 am
New Town Success Zone “Community Impact Day”
March 26th at 10:00 am
Get The Care You Want.

Make sure you get the care you want. Learn more about advance directives and advance care planning. Learn what goes into creating a living will and health care surrogate.

Take away some tips on how to start the conversation with family and health providers.

March 22nd at 12:00 PM

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PACE Place is part of a national network of programs called the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), offering seniors and their families the care, nutrition, rehabilitation, transportation and supportive services they need to remain healthy and living in their own home. PACE Place has been approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid and the State of Florida.

Please contact PACE Place at 904.428.0400 or