News & Events

Lean on us with Alive Hospice’s spring 2014 grief support groups

Support is available for adults and children who are grieving the losses of loved ones. Alive Hospice’s spring 2014 grief support groups will begin meeting in March in Nashville, Madison,  Murfreesboro and Brentwood.

Registration is required and continues through March 10 or until the groups are full. To register, call the phone numbers listed below. Thereis a cost of $40 for each group, but this fee may be waived due to financial need.

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Every fourth Thursday of the month, a group of Alive Hospice volunteers gets together to help with our Alive Grief Support mailings. We send out a monthly mailing full of tips, encouragement and info about our grief support offerings for those who have lost loved ones, and we couldn’t do it without our volunteers!

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2014 Alive At The Bluebird

Photo highlights from the 2014 Alive At The Bluebird concert series! More than 90 artists have been part of this year’s concert series benefiting Alive Hospice including Amy Grant,Sheryl Crow, Kristian Bush, John Oates, Larry Gatlin, Kim Carnes, Lionel Cartwrightand many more.

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Celebrating National Hospice and Palliative Care Month with help from Mayor Dean

November marks 38 years of service for Alive Hospice, and it’s also National Hospice and Palliative Care Month. With this in mind, Nashville Mayor Karl Dean has issued a proclamation celebrating hospice care and those who provide it.

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The Gift Initiative of Alive Hospice Launches Public Education Campaign to Increase Awareness and Participation

The Gift Initiative of Alive Hospice is launching a public awareness campaign this holiday season designed to help educate people about the importance of advance directives. Why do this during the holiday season? The people at The Gift Initiative say there is no better gift to give the people you love - or yourself - than filling out an advance directive form and having the conversation with those you love about your end-of-life care preferences.

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