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By: Liz J.
Gentiva Hospice
We hired Gentiva in March as my husband was dying from pancreatic cancer. The 2 reasons I wanted hospice was to help his last days at home be as good for him as possible. The other is that I known and experienced the "aftercare" given to family and caregivers after the loved one has gone. We had a rocky beginning. I think they are in transition with a lot of staff turn over making it more stressful on the caregiver/family member. We did settle into a short but good routine with a wonderful person caregiver and RN. The Chaplain officiated at our rather laid back, informal memorial wake. He was wonderfu!I am disappointed that the help I had counted on to help me work through the loss and grief has been nonexistent. I've been promised return calls and gotten none. There are apparently no bereavement or grief groups currently available in the Athens-Clarke area or surrounding counties. As with many service organizations in many fields, there are some staff who shine and others who need some polish. Overall i would rate Gentiva a 60% success rate. We never were able to take advantage of the inpatient services so that i can't address. I am still waiting on a phone call to give me guidance working through my grief. He died April 7.
By: cassandra.valencia
Rivertown Church
I love the mix of cultures, ages, and backgrounds. This is the first church I have been involved with where it doesn't matter what denomination you prefer. I love meeting people who grew up in different religious or non-religious circles, who now all feel like one church family. It makes me smile!
By: Crystal D.
Move Of God Ministery Fellowship
I enjoyed the service today that was stone upon my GOD almighty was a glorious worshiping service we had. must come visit again soon. Mrs Crystal Dozier/ Thornton
By: Terri R.
Columbus Hospice
Non-profit hospice since 1979. Took care of my father in law were kind and caring. Highly recommend.

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