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Myths of Being a Hospice Volunteer

“I don’t know how you can do that each week.”   “I bet it is so sad to volunteer...

Hospice events (20)

Big Bend Hospice to Host Clergy and Congregational Leaders Retreat

Big Bend Hospice and Soul Care Initiative cordially invites all clergy and congregational leaders to attend a Clergy and Congregational Leaders Retreat on Tuesday, April 19, 8:30...

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Why I Serve. Q&A with Sonja Brock, Big Bend Hospice Volunteer

Allow BBH to introduce you to Sonja Brock, the newest Patient-Family volunteer to join the BBH Jefferson County Team! We asked Sonja a few...

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Big Bend Hospice to Host Annual Dr. Jessie Furlow Memorial Benefit

The Big Bend Hospice Gadsden advisory council invites the community to attend the annual Dr. Jessie Furlow Memorial Benefit, held on Saturday, April 2 from 6-1...

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Why I Serve. Q&A with Robbie Raynes, Big Bend Hospice Volunteer

Robbie Raynes is a “Jack of All Trades” when it comes to volunteering at Big Bend Hospice. As you can see from our...

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Big Bend Hospice Recognizes National Music Therapy Month

During the month of March, music therapists around the country will join together to celebrate National Music Therapy Month. Board Certified Music Therapists are...

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Why I Serve. Q&A with Helen Braswell, Big Bend Hospice Volunteer

We asked BBH volunteer Helen Braswell a few questions about volunteering for Big Bend Hospice. Read the questions and see her responses below. Are...

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Neighbors Taking Care of Neighbors

Big Bend Hospice is the area’s hometown hospice because it truly is “neighbors taking care of neighbors.”  This has never...