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BCC: “Developing an Anxiety Toolbox”

“Developing an Anxiety Toolbox” with Michelle Herbst Michelle has worked as a school psychologist at Geneva High School for over 18 years. The focus of her presentation will be to acquire mindfulness practices, meditation, and breathing techniques to combat anxiety. Registration is required. For more information or to register, contact us at 630-232-2233

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Community Education: “Patient Care Training”

Make a difference in the life of someone with a life threatening illness. Patient Care Volunteer opportunities are in a one-on-one patient setting, as a member of the Hands of Hope and/or Supportive Care teams. This five-week training provides essential tools to enhance your experience.   For more information or to register, contact 630-232-2233 or […]

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Community Education: “Patient Care Training”

Make a difference in the life of someone with a life threatening illness. Patient Care Volunteer opportunities are in a one-on-one patient setting, as a member of the Hands of Hope and/or Supportive Care teams. This five-week training provides essential tools to enhance your experience.   For more information or to register, contact 630-232-2233 or […]

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Community Education: “Patient Care Training”

Make a difference in the life of someone with a life threatening illness. Patient Care Volunteer opportunities are in a one-on-one patient setting, as a member of the Hands of Hope and/or Supportive Care teams. This five-week training provides essential tools to enhance your experience.   For more information or to register, contact 630-232-2233 or […]

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Community Education: “Patient Care Training”

Make a difference in the life of someone with a life threatening illness. Patient Care Volunteer opportunities are in a one-on-one patient setting, as a member of the Hands of Hope and/or Supportive Care teams. This five-week training provides essential tools to enhance your experience.   For more information or to register, contact 630-232-2233 or […]

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Community Education: “Patient Care Training”

Make a difference in the life of someone with a life threatening illness. Patient Care Volunteer opportunities are in a one-on-one patient setting, as a member of the Hands of Hope and/or Supportive Care teams. This five-week training provides essential tools to enhance your experience.   For more information or to register, contact 630-232-2233 or […]

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Community Education: “New Volunteer Orientation”

This one-session mandatory training for all new volunteers covers the history, mission, and vision of Fox Valley Hands of Hope, HIPAA, and otherr general information about our agency and volunteering.   RSVP Required by January 10th   For more information or to register, contact 630-232-2233 or info@fvhh.net

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Hope for the Holidays

For those who have recently lost a loved one, the approaching holiday season can trigger powerful emotions. Participants will gain coping skills to help them get through the holiday season and ideas for incorporating the memory of the loved one into holiday traditions. The evening will close with a short candlelight  remembrance service. Registration is required. […]

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Hope for the Holidays

For those who have recently lost a loved one, the approaching holiday season can trigger powerful emotions. Participants will gain coping skills to help them get through the holiday season and ideas for incorporating the memory of the loved one into holiday traditions. The evening will close with a short candlelight  remembrance service. Registration is required. […]

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Special Speaker: Terri Roman, LCSW

It’s okay… say their name” the unique journey of losing a child to addiction Terri Roman is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker dedicated to facilitating GRASP, a community group of people who have lost a loved on to addiction. Terri will share her own grief journey, after losing her daughter in 2015, as well as […]

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Life After Caregiving

Ongoing program providing support for those seeking a ‘new life’ after their caregiving-related loss. This support group addresses such topics as navigating through grief and the loss of your role as a caregiver. Life After Caregiving is an open group; however, registration is required. Contact Christy Pitol at cpitol@fvhh.net or call her at 630-232-2233 x230. Life After […]

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Life After Caregiving

Ongoing program providing support for those seeking a ‘new life’ after their caregiving-related loss. This support group addresses such topics as navigating through grief and the loss of your role as a caregiver. Life After Caregiving is an open group; however, registration is required. Contact Christy Pitol at cpitol@fvhh.net or call her at 630-232-2233 x230. Life After […]

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Life After Caregiving

Ongoing program providing support for those seeking a ‘new life’ after their caregiving-related loss. This support group addresses such topics as navigating through grief and the loss of your role as a caregiver. Life After Caregiving is an open group; however, registration is required. Contact Christy Pitol at cpitol@fvhh.net or call her at 630-232-2233 x230. […]

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