Many people think that choosing hospice is giving up on life when, in fact, it is taking a step to make sure that pain and symptoms are controlled and life is lived as you want it to be. Talk to the doctor about symptoms and a prognosis and don’t be afraid to talk about an option of hospice being a part of the care plan.
Call the Hospice of Chattanooga main telephone number (423) 892-4289 today and learn more about the family-focused care provided by our agency. You should not do this alone.
August 21st is the first Total Solar Eclipse in 38 Years - party with a purpose on Saturday, August 19th.
Your $50 SYZYGY ticket includes open bar, DJ, dancing, munchies, Solar Eclipse gear & viewing tips!
SYZYGY benefits Hospice of Chattanooga Patients & Families
Thanks to our committee chairs Raj Dhandapani and Bryan Kelly!
Before I Die has become a global participatory public art project that reimagines our relationship with death and with one another. The original wall was created on an abandoned house in New Orleans by artist Candy Chang after the death of someone she loved. Since then, over two thousand Before I Die walls have been created in over 70 countries around the world. Each wall is created by local residents who want to make a space in their community to restore perspective and share more with one another. The Chattanooga Before I Die wall has been sponsored by Hospice of Chattanooga and is a tribute to living an examined life. Visit the Chattanooga wall installation in the passage between Coolidge and Renaissance parks, beneath the Market Street bridge for the next couple of months to leave your comments or you can visit the virtual Before I Die wall at www.hospiceofchattanooga.org.
We are reflecting back with sadness, but with great memories, at Hospice of Chattanooga. Founding member Christine Brown Little, 91, passed away Monday, May 15. She served as a volunteer from the beginning in 1981. In recognition of her contributions she was named as one of two inaugural Emeritus Board Members of the Hospice of Chattanooga Foundation in 2013. Many of us were blessed to spend time with her at the recent luncheon to honor our volunteers. Always smiling and always encouraging, she was one of the first ones there and one of the last to leave. Until the very end of her time with us, she was a champion for what we do every day. She loved Hospice of Chattanooga and the staff who provides service to so many, and we loved her!
Many of you will be shopping for Mother's Day gifts. Amazon has a large variety of gifts that are perfect including electronics, jewelry, clothing, and more. Shop smile.amazon.com and choose Hospice Of Chattanooga, Inc. as your charity of choice to support Hospice of Chattanooga! We wish each of you moms a Happy Mother's Day!
Our very own angel, Delores Long, was featured on NewsChannel 9 in a segment called “Pay It Forward.” Imagine sitting just two rows away from a friend at church, only to find out you're their match for a kidney transplant.
Join us for our 1st Annual Hospice Masquerade, Tuesday, April 25th, 6-9p. To register go to www.hospiceofchattanooga.org Hear more exciting details below!
Attention Facebook friends! Hospice of Chattanooga's Masquerade is just around the corner. If you will LIKE this post, SHARE the post, and ATTEND the event you will have the opportunity to receive a $50 P.F. Chang's gift card (provided by a generous supporter). We look forward to seeing you at the event. This will be a fun, upbeat gathering. Dress for the event is casual, with a mask! Please register at www.hospiceofchattanooga.org At the event you will have the opportunity to learn about our ongoing Healing Hearts Program, a grief support program for children and teens. Hospice of Chattanooga is the oldest and only not-for-profit hospice care provider in the region offering specialized programming to the community at no cost. Your support is vital to these ongoing programs.
Hospice of Chattanooga is hosting a Memorial service on Sunday, November 20, 2016 for anyone who has gone through the death of a loved one. This service is for ALL in the community regardless of whether your loved one died under hospice's care or not. The service will begin at 2:00 p.m at First Christian Church. Please arrive by 1:45pm for registration. Directions: First Christian Church is located at 650 McCallie Avenue, across from Patton Chapel and the UTC main campus. Coming from TN 27: Exit at M.L.KingBlvd. and travel east through downtown. Turn left at University Street (immediately past Champy's Chicken). Cross E. 8th Street and turn right into the First Christian Church parking lot. For more information call 892-4289 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Hospice of Chattanooga Volunteer Coordinators Tahia and Rylee are getting in the mood for our Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon on April 25th. We just can't hide how much we appreciate our volunteers. Peek here to see where you fit in http://www.hospiceofchattanooga.org/105/volunteer-community