COMMUNITY EVENTS

Community Grief Evening

Anyone grieving the death of a loved one is welcome to attend and learn about their grief process through this compassionate presentation. Content areas include: acknowledging the need to mourn, exploring the transformative nature of grief, and having hope for your healing.

Thursday | May 27 | 6:30PM-8:30PM

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Grief Training for Helping Professionals

Counselors, psychologists, social workers, chaplains, nurses, and other interested health care professionals are invited to attend. Content areas include: enhancing your understanding of trauma loss, special features of suicide grief, introduction to a model to identify the natural “complications” of grief.

Friday | May 28 | 9:00 AM-3:30PM

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR

(PLEASE CALL (208) 772-7994 TO REGISTER FOR SUPPORT GROUPS AND EVENTS, NOT INCLUDING EVENTBRITE)

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MAY 06 - 12 is National Nurses Week! We appreciate all of our nurses and the incredible work they do everyday for our patients, families and community.
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MAY 06 - 12 is National Nurses Week! We appreciate all of our nurses and the incredible work they do everyday for our patients, families and community. 
(Not all Hospice Heroes pictured)

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I sure miss those faces😍

Thank you HONI nurses!! ❤️

I see your beautiful smile. Love you.

This compassionate workshop will help anyone who wants to learn more about how to support those who have experienced loss. Dr. Alan Wolfelt will explore a variety of topics related to understanding and supporting survivors of sudden, unexpected deaths. Content areas include: enhancing your understanding of trauma loss, special features of suicide grief, introduction to a model to identify the natural “complications” of grief.

5 CE Credits avalible.
SPACE IS LIMITED, REGISTER HERE: tinyurl.com/b9f6h6kh
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This compassionate workshop will help anyone who wants to learn more about how to support those who have experienced loss.  Dr. Alan Wolfelt will explore a variety of topics related to understanding and supporting survivors of sudden, unexpected deaths. Content areas include: enhancing your understanding of trauma loss, special features of suicide grief, introduction to a model to identify the natural “complications” of grief.  5 CE Credits avalible. 
SPACE IS LIMITED, REGISTER HERE: https://tinyurl.com/b9f6h6kh
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Happy National Firefighter Day! We appreciate all our first responders and the care they provide for our patients and community. We DONUT know what we would do without you! 💙🕊 ... See MoreSee Less
Happy National Firefighter Day! We appreciate all our first responders and the care they provide for our patients and community. We DONUT know what we would do without you! 💙🕊
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PAST EVENTS

Tree Lighting Ceremony Coeur d’Alene, 2019

St. Vincent dePaul Soup Off with Community Partners

PAST NEWS

Take a close look into the care and people you supported in the 2018 Annual Report

Wine Taste raised a record amount of support for patients! Proceeds help purchase medical supplies, medications, equipment, family grief support for patients in Kootenai, Shoshone and Benewah counties. Proceeds also help the Schneidmiller House expand by 5,000 square feet to accommodate our high demand for specialized clinical care. Read how much was raised and get full details, here!

“We may not always have the time we want,” considered one attendee. Families just want to be able to have a good, goodbye. And when it’s their time, they want to say goodbye with dignity, courage, physical comfort, and have time to do so. Read it, here.

Take a close look into the care and people you supported in the 2017 Annual Report

Review Frontline Documentary’s “Being Mortal” articles Part 1 and  Part Two

Review of 2017 Kids Grief Camp, our Honors & Awards, and a sweet anniversary by the lake:  Summer 2017