If you or someone you know could use the expert skilled care provided by the VNA, please contact us by calling 603-352-2253 or 800-541-4145 or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not email protected health information.
Clients whose behavior poses a risk to self or others Clients who are actively using drugs/alcohol and are not engaged in substance abuse treatment Clients who are actively suicidal
When making a referral, please note that the client must be homebound or psychiatrically homebound. If a client is unable to consistently and independently access psychiatric follow-up, they may be considered homebound. The following behaviors and conditions demonstrate that the patient may be psychiatrically homebound: Impaired reality Disoriented Confused Impaired [...]
The Behavioral Health Home Care program assists patients and families who are broken and wounded by mental illness to move toward wholeness. The Behavioral Health Care program is a holistic approach to care, using standardized assessment tools that allow for a collaborative approach between you, your physician, and Home Healthcare, [...]
When faced with a new or ongoing chronic progressive illness such as cancer, heart, lung or kidney disease. When struggling with treatments and their side effects. If you or a loved one are simply having trouble understanding your condition and options, and are uncertain about the path ahead.
Understanding and exploring ways to best manage unwanted symptoms, pain, and discomfort and optimize quality of life Finding resources to help with the practicalities and necessities of daily living Emotional support when you are at a crossroads and need to make difficult decisions Help with Advance Care Planning (ACP), including [...]
Palliative Care Support at HCS is available to patients receiving HCS home-based visiting nurse or rehabilitation services. Palliative Care at HCS requires a physician order and may be covered under insurance. Patients without insurance may be eligible for a grant-funded Palliative Care Social Work visit. For more information, please call [...]
Palliative Care is an approach to care that focuses on relief from symptoms, pain, and stressors - whatever the stage of the illness. Palliative Care Support at HCS is an extra layer of support that can be offered to our patients while receiving home-based visiting nurse or rehabilitative services. As [...]