FULFILLING OUR MISSION
Serving more of our community
Helping more Jewish families when they need it most
■ Harriet Cooper
JHCN Director of Development
picture is worth a thousand
words. As the graph illus-
trates, JHCN is no longer the
best-kept secret in the Jewish com-
munity. When terminal illness
strikes, JHCN is often the first place
that families and clergy call. Our
support extends to the entire family.
Over the years we have served thou-
sands of extended family members,
helping them adjust to their loved
one's new reality of terminal illness.
This includes assisting them with
understanding the many difficult
emotional and medical issues,
accessing vital community resources,
and supporting them in any way pos-
sible through a most trying time.
We're there because we care! ■
JHCN's Average Daily
120 _ Patient Census
Jan-01 Jul-01 Jan-02 Jul-02 Jan-03 Jul-03 Jan-04
Period of Service
In the last three years, the average number of
patients served by JHCN has tripled, from fewer
than 50 per day in 2001, to 144 per day in January
No Jew Is Ever Alone
Rabbi E.B. Freedman, Director
& CHAPLAINCY NETWORK'
Adding the Jewish Component to
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