For Immediate Release:
April 19, 2012
Southcoast VNA to host a series of informational planning meetings to discuss inaugural event to support Hospice program
FAIRHAVEN, Mass. — Southcoast Visiting Nurse Association, known in the community as Southcoast VNA, will host a series of informational meetings to discuss plans for "Hope Takes Flight: A Butterfly Release" to benefit the agency's hospice program.
The informational meeting will take place at the Fairhaven Senior Center located at 229 Huttleston Avenue. Anyone interested in helping plan for this inaugural event is encouraged to attend the informational sessions.
Informational meetings will take place on the following Wednesdays at 6 p.m.:
- May 2
- June 6
- July 11
- August 1
- August 22
- September 5
- September 12
For more information contact Amy Eldridge at 508-973-3472 or email@example.com.
About Southcoast VNA
Part of Southcoast Health System, Southcoast VNA is one of the largest not-for-profit, community-based home health and hospice care agencies serving Southeastern Massachusetts and East Bay, Rhode Island. For more than 100 years Southcoast VNA has provided high quality, comprehensive home health and hospice services, which foster improvement and maintenance of health, prevention of disease and disability and compassionate end-of life care.
Southcoast VNA is a Medicare and Medicaid certified agency offering a full range of skilled home health care and hospice and palliative care services from highly trained, screened and credentialed health care professionals. Services are available 24 hours a day, every day.
Southcoast VNA's main office is located at the South Coast Business Center at 200 Mill Road in Fairhaven; with community offices located at 244 North Main Street in Raynham, at 1822 North Main Street, Fall River, and at Linden Tree Family Health Center, 2444 East Main Road, Portsmouth, R.I. For more information about Southcoast VNA call 800-698-6877 or visit www.southcoastvna.org.