Serving Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Novato, Sonoma and surrounding communities

Community Education

Through our hospice programs we reach out to the community in various ways. We share information and encourage decision-making, responsibility and accountability at all levels. We bring together people who recognize that every interaction is a unique opportunity to serve one another, the community and society.

What is Community Education?

The Community Education Committee was established as a way to stay connected to the communities that we serve.

(Return to top)

What are the goals of the Community Education?

We are dedicated to providing community education about end-of-life care issues to:

Heighten the community’s awareness about services and choices

Educate the community around issues related to dying and death

Increase community knowledge of the unique services our hospice program provides

Strengthen community support for volunteerism for hospice

(Return to top)

What programs are offered by Community Education?

Community Education supports the following:

National Hospice Month – Activities and displays to raise awareness about hospice

Memorial Remembrance – A special time for honoring and remembering the patients we have served

Speaker’s Bureau – End of life education for businesses, service clubs, schools and senior centers

Wednesdays at the Hospice House – A six month educational series that feeds the mind, body and spirit.

Click here to download the Wednesdays at Hospice House 2011 Schedule. 

Click here to learn more about the January 12 presentation.




(Return to top)

Who are our Community Education Committee Members?

Our Community Education Committee is comprised of members that may include:

Community Education, Volunteer and Grief Services Manager

Community Representative

Caregiver Representative

Advisory Board Representatives

(Return to top)


cameo testimonial image