no Jewish family
is ever alone
when facing terminal illness.


 

We bring together the hospice, health care and social service communities to meet the medical, cultural and spiritual needs of you and your family.

 

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Reserve May 5, 2015 for Grand Circle of Women event  Reserve May 5: Grand Circle of Women hosts film premiere of Keith Famie’s The Embrace of Dying, How we deal with the end of life. Created and produced by ten-time Michigan Emmy award recipient Executive Producer Keith Famie, The Embrace of More...

Articles of Interest


Being Mortal By Dr. Atul Gawande Having the Conversation - JHCN staff recently screened the PBS Frontline documentary by Dr. Atul Gawande, followed by a 30-minute discussion. Touch points included how to start conversations with patients and families facing terminal illness, the importance of listening, the value of silence, and the perspectives medical professionals, social workers and clergy bring to an end of life conversation.

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