Community Health Outreach
Advance care planning is an opportunity to reflect on your life values and how you’d like those values honored in your end-of-life care. Having conversations with your loved ones and healthcare providers, along with documenting your wishes, helps ensure that your choices for care will be followed if you’re unable to make your own decisions.
The times of transition through later life and end of life are an integral part of our living. Through the Wholistic End of Life Program we aspire to help people find the healing and growth possible in these seasons of life. We look forward to working with you.
Attend ICS’s workshops to learn:
ICS’s services for addressing end-of-life opportunities include:
ICS is proud to be a member of the End of Life Care Partnership, committed to helping us all embrace dying and death as part of life. Together we transform the end of life from a purely medical experience to a deeply human, spiritual experience.
In addition, ICS is happy to collaborate with Jewish Family and Children Services of Southern Arizona (JFCS) to promote the writing of ethical wills. JFCS has workshops available to enable people to create “legacy letters” to pass on their values to the next generation. Ethical wills are a meaningful way to review and celebrate one’s life and to leave one’s values legacy.
To learn more, visit JFCS or contact:
The David and Lura Lovell Foundation & The Shaaron Kent Endowment Fund at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona