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    Departments within hospitals, HMOs and other health care institutions that provide for the spiritual care of patients with severe, chronic or terminal conditions, their families and staff, regardless of their religious traditions. Pastoral care workers work cooperatively with the health care team; listen, elicit and respond to individual religious/spiritual needs; identify and clarify ethical issues related to end-of-life treatment and care; provide bereavement support for family members, significant others and professional staff; and ensure that treatment addresses the whole person, not just his or her medical needs. The service is provided by licensed clergy or trained, accredited spiritual care volunteers.

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    CrossRoads Counseling Services (CRCS)Counseling Services Available: - Developing church counseling teams - Inner healing and deliverance - Individual - Pastoral care - Marital - Pre-marital - Family - Single parenting and blended family issues - Addictions and substance abuse - Abuse: sexual, physical, domestic - Vocational career guidance - Personality profiling - Lay counseling training - Leadership training - Support/Therapy groups - Targeted workshops - Employee Assistance Program (EAP)Case by case, sliding scale LancasterCrossRoads Counseling Services (CRCS)CrossRoads Counseling Services
    Germantown Home - ActivitiesThe care provided to residents of Germantown Home is holistic we care for the body, mind and spirit. We listen to, and take cues from, our seniors and the staff who care for them as we design activities and programming. Some of Germantown Home’s activities and programming includes: - Comfort & Joy An award-winning interactive arts and cultural program, which celebrates intergenerational artistic achievement by pairing seniors with school-aged children and local artists. - Pastoral Care Provides opportunities for worship, reflection, prayer and meditation, to promote a spiritual connection among Germantown Home residents, families and staff. - Seniors Empowered for Lifelong Fitness (SELF) This program seeks to enhance seniors’ physical and emotional well-being through structured exercise classes.PhiladelphiaGermantown Home - Philadelphia; GermantownGermantown Home
    Lancaster General HospitalLancaster General Hospital is a non-profit hospital offering a broad range of comprehensive medical, dental and surgical services including: 717-544-0170 Blood Bank 717-544-0322 Breast Health Center 717-544-3113 Cancer Center 717-544-5331 Children's Health Center 717-544-3144 ChildProtect Immunization Program 717-544-4943 Comprehensive Care Clinic for HIV 717-544-5923 Diabetes & Nutrition Center 717-544-5122 Emergency Department and Regional Trauma Center 717-544-4950 Family Health Services 717-544-3138 Health Education & Wellness Center 717-544-4305 Healthy Beginnings Plus 717-544-5931 Laboratory Testing 717-544-3138 Lead Poisoning Screening 717-544-3170 Memory Disorders Center 717-544-4305 Nurse Family Partnership 717-544-3197 Pain Management 717-544-5979 Pastoral Services 717-222-1222 Poison Control 800-341-2121 Physician Referral Service 717-544-7961 Price Estimate Phone Line 717-544-4919 Social Work LancasterLancaster General HospitalPenn Medicine Lancaster General Health
    Nason Hospital Pastoral CareNason Hospital provides for the spiritual care of patients with severe, chronic or terminal conditions, their families and staff, regardless of their religious traditions. Pastoral care workers work cooperatively with the health care team; listen, elicit and respond to individual religious/spiritual needs; identify and clarify ethical issues related to end-of-life treatment and care; provide bereavement support for family members, significant others and professional staff; and ensure that treatment addresses the whole person, not just his or her medical needs. The service is provided by licensed clergy or trained, accredited spiritual care volunteers.BlairNason HospitalNason Hospital
    Norristown State Hospital - Spiritual SupportThis service provides Roman Catholic, Protestant and Jewish worship opportunities. Pastoral care is available to everyone who is in need.MontgomeryNorristown State Hospital - Montgomery; NorristownNorristown State Hospital
    Pastoral Care - Hope CenterThe purpose of the Pastoral Care and Spiritual Care Workers is to bring the love and compassion of Christ Jesus to all individuals that come to the Hope Center seeking pastoral or spiritual guidance with life issues and challenges.LuzerneThe Hope CenterBack Mountain Harvest Assembly Church
    Presbyterian Children's Village - Residential Treatment ProgramThe Residential Treatment Program serves girls 12 to 18 years old with serious mental health and behavioral health treatment needs, often stemming from trauma. Core components of this JCAHO accredited, Sanctuary certified Residential Treatment Facility at our Rosemont Campus include: •Clinical Treatment Services with master's level therapists who provide weekly individual, family and group therapy as well as comprehensive case management •Emphasis on evidence-based therapies and measurable outcomes •A Pennsylvania Department of Education licensed, private academic special education school for students with emotional, social, and special learning needs •A Cottage Life Program with 24-hour supervision of residents including a Therapeutic Activities Program (TAP) with structured activities for after-school hours and weekends both on-campus and in the local community •Use of the Sanctuary model for trauma-informed treatment that helps staff and residents to become more aware of the impact of traumatic experiences and teaches ways to heal •Psychiatry Services (diagnostic evaluations and medication management) •Pastoral Care Services providing voluntary religious counseling, values groups, and worship services sensitive to, and supportive of, all religious affiliations MontgomeryPresbyterian Children's Village - Montgomery; Bryn MawrPresbyterian Children's Village
    Saint Joseph Villa - Religious and Pastoral Care - Montgomery; FlourtownThe Pastoral Care Team works to strengthen each resident’s relationship to God by providing necessary services to nurture that relationship. Pastoral services include: -Spiritual and emotional support; -Availability of chapel at all times; -Welcoming Clergy of other denominations.MontgomerySaint Joseph Villa - Montgomery; FlourtownSaint Joseph Villa
    Saint Mary Manor - Health Care CenterThe Health Care Center at St. Mary Manor offers short term rehabilitative stays as well as long term care in an attractive, home-like environment. Our dedicated team of licensed nurses, certified nursing assistants and therapists take pride in the excellent care they provide. Staff members are committed to helping each resident reach their highest level of independence and activity while enhancing their quality of life and preserving their dignity. Services and amenities include: 24 hour professional nursing care Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies Individualized Care Plans Semi-private and private rooms Community or family-style dining options Therapeutic diets supervised by a Dietitian Pastoral Care Program including daily Mass Social Services Recreational Therapy Respite care Hospice and comfort care services available Medicare and Medicaid certifiedMontgomerySaint Mary Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare - Montgomery; LansdaleSaint Mary Manor
    Somerest Community Hospital Pastoral CareDepartments within hospitals, HMOs and other health care institutions that provide for the spiritual care of patients with severe, chronic or terminal conditions, their families and staff, regardless of their religious traditions. Pastoral care workers work cooperatively with the health care team; listen, elicit and respond to individual religious/spiritual needs; identify and clarify ethical issues related to end-of-life treatment and care; provide bereavement support for family members, significant others and professional staff; and ensure that treatment addresses the whole person, not just his or her medical needs. The service is provided by licensed clergy or trained, accredited spiritual care volunteers.SomersetSomerest Community HospitalSomerset Community Hospital
    UPMC Altoona Pastoral CarePastoral care.BlairUPMC Altoona Pastoral CareUPMC Altoona

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