Hospice volunteer training.
Hospice volunteer training. Saturday, Sept. 15th from 9:00 – 4:30 and Tuesday, Sept. 18th from 5:30-8:30pm.
Interested people must complete our volunteer application in advance and schedule an interview with Katrina Mikiah, Volunteer Coordinator, no later than Thursday, Sept. 6th.
To access our application, go to: http://www.partnersinhomecare.org/hospice-volunteers/
Evening Bereavement Support Group
Evening Bereavement Support Group: September 18 - November 6,2018. 6:00 - 8:00 PM. : An 8-week support group for adults grieving the death of a loved one. The group includes education about grief and loss, and provides participants an opportunity to share their experiences. A variety of modalities for healing and expression are offered. It is recommended that participants wait at least two months after a death before attending a group. Free and open to the public. Facilitated by Katherine Isaacson, LCPC. You can contact Katherine at 327-3637.
Workshop: Mask Making
October:(Location to be announced). As part of Missoula's Day of the Dead community activities, Partners Hospice will host a mask making workshop. Participants may create masks representing their grief or honoring particular loved ones. If they choose, participants may wear their masks during the Day of the Dead parade. Supplies provided. Free and open to the public. Facilitated by Aylett Wright, MS. Contact us for more info 728-8848.
Workshop: Coping with Holidays During Times of Grief
November:The holiday season can present unique challenges to those who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Dan Dixson, MDiv, will share coping strategies for navigating the holidays and discuss ways to incorporate remembering and healing into family traditions. Free and open to all adults who have lost a loved one. Contact Dan for more info 728-8848.
Tree of Life Celebration
This is a quiet and reflective evening to honor our loved ones in the midst of what can be a hectic holiday season. A candlelit tree lighting ceremony (Rose Memorial Park) is followed by an indoor reception (St Paul Lutheran Church) where the manes of loved ones are displayed. All are invited. Watch this website for more information. The event will be in early December.