Angelic Health Community Resources
Angelic.health is happy to provide you with links to community resources.
Angelic Letters of Love
We are so proud of the Letters of Love Program created by Angelic Health's Community Liaison Chelsea Goodman. Knowing that so many seniors in healthcare facilities couldn't get visitors due COVID19 restrictions, she enlisted children who are home from school to write letters with good wishes to brighten their day. Angelic staff and volunteers organize the letters, package them in bulk, and mail them to our care partner facilities to share with their seniors. If you're interested in participating in this program click here to fill out the form.
Join Together Atlantic County
Join Together Atlantic County (JTAC) partners with youth, parents, law enforcement, community leaders, and citizens of Atlantic County to empower change necessary to protect our youth, our families, and our future. Its mission is to prevent, reduce, and/or delay substance use among youth of Atlantic County in a long term and sustainable manner.www.JTACNJ.org
The Angelic Health Speaker's Bureau is available to community, civic and service organizations whose members would like to learn more about healthcare topics. To learn more visit our blog page: Speakers Bureau for Community Organizations
Help.org provides a guide of comprehensive information on substance abuse statistics among veterans, governmental programs that offers treatment, and steps that veterans can take to get the help that they need. To learn more visit: https://www.help.org/substance-abuse-rehab-for-veterans/
Angelic Health Grief Support Kit
Grief is has individual as each person who experiences it. Sorrow comes in many forms, and there is no correct way to grieve. The Angelic Health Bereavement Team has gathered some materials and readings in a Grief Support Kit that you may find helpful. If your grief is overwhelming you, please call the main office at 609-822-7979 and asked to be put in touch with a bereavement coordinator.
Grief Support Kit:
- Books on Grief for Children and Adolescents
- Please Be Gentle
- 10 Strategies to Help you Cope with Grief and Loss
- Appropriate Expectations You Can Have For Yourself In Grief
- Continuing the Journey through Grief
- Helping Dispel Common Myths About Grief
- Grief is Not a Sign of Weakness
- Grieving, Recovery and Adjustment
- 7 Ways to Go Easy on Yourself While Grieving at the Holidays
- How to Help a Grieving Loved One During the Holidays
What's Your Grief
It starts with a death and envelopes everyone from family to friends, to friends of family and friends. Not only is grief an emotional, logistical, and existential nightmare, but it is taxing. It requires us to navigate the world without someone important, deal with complex feelings and emotions, and figure out ways to move forward when everything seems kind of bleak.
The co-authors of this website, are mental health professionals with over 20 years of experience in grief and bereavement. Their mission is to promote grief education, exploration, and expression in both practical and creative ways, providing the community with:
- Education that reaches beyond generalization
- Practical and specific suggestions for moving forward
- Modes of self-exploration and self-expression that suit all types of thinkers and doers
- Ways to honor and remember deceased loved ones.
- A supportive community
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Angelic Health's Partners and Affiliations
Angelic Health provides Palliative, Transitional, and Hospice Care and is proudly accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC). ACHC accreditation reflects our dedication and commitment to meeting standards that demonstrate a higher level of performance and patient care. We are also a member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO), the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC), and are privileged to be a hospice partner in the We Honor Veterans initiative.