About Pastoral Care
Pastoral care services provides spiritual support as well as a liaison for family clergy and hospice. There are times that clients and their families reach the end of life and feel a need for spiritual support. Hospice of Jefferson County offers pastoral care for both clients and their families if desired. Chaplains live within the area served and are nondenominational for hospice care. Chaplains can assist in a variety of ways including prayer, support, and spiritual guidance.
Benefits of Pastoral Care
- Chaplains can help clients explore the death process and help clients find what death means to them.
- Chaplains help clients to resolve unsettled personal / family issues.
- Chaplains can assist in finding avenues to help the client say goodbye to loved ones.
For more information, contact the Health Department at (785) 403-0025.