Compassionate care at the end of life includes support for the spiritual concerns of our patients and families. Our chaplain, Rev. Ward Scovel, is an important member of the Hospice Care team, providing spiritual counsel and guidance to anyone who requests it.
Spiritual counseling is intended to supplement — not replace — the support and guidance of one’s own ministers, rabbis, priests or other spiritual leaders or guides. We do not represent any one religion or denomination, nor do we ask that our patients specify any. We consider that all people are spiritual, whether they are religious or not.
Our services are available for those who seek to address spiritual issues with someone who has experience in this area.
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