It’s natural for serious illness to trigger emotional and spiritual challenges for your loved one and for your entire family.
The stress, anxiety and uncertainty of an illness can unleash a range of emotions – fear, anger, depression, guilt, grief and many other feelings. But you don’t have to face these challenges alone. Chautauqua Hospice & Palliative Care wants to be beside you.
Our expert team of social workers and counselors provide education and counseling for a range of needs. They also can help you understand your care options and connect you to other community resources, such as disease-specific support groups.
To help your family sort through spiritual issues to find peace and comfort, our team includes experienced Chaplains. Matters of faith and spirituality are often magnified during a serious or terminal illness. Our Chaplains are specially trained to help you connect with your faith according to your individual preferences, beliefs and traditions, regardless of what faith you practice.