*DIFFERENT DATE FOR MAY*
Journeys is a group for men and women who experienced death of a loved one. Journeys will provide an opportunity to meet together and develop supportive relationships that will encourage sharing of feelings in a safe environment.
PCHH will hold its meeting in person at our office located in Ottawa. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 17th at 6:30pm. Individuals interested in attending the meeting are asked to call Kaylee Wilhelm at 419-523-4449 to obtain access information.
(typically on the 3rd Tuesday of the month)
Good Grief Kids Camp
THE POWER TO DEFEAT GRIEF LIES WITHIN
This year’s camp is going to span 2 days, scheduled for July 19th and 20th.
Held at Trinity United Methodist Church, Ottawa Ohio starting at 9:00am and ending at 3:00pm.
Registration is now open! This camp is for children, adolescents and teenagers (ages 5-18) who are grieving the death of a loved family member or friend.
Call PCHH at 419-523-4449 or email Kaylee at email@example.com to reserve a spot for a camper!
Putnam County HomeCare & Hospice is partnered with Pathways Counseling Center, Putnam County Children’s Grief Support Group & Trinity United Methodist Church
Come visit our booth at the Kiwanis Health Fair! We will be doing complimentary blood pressure checks and have free goodies to take as well. Mark your calendars and sign up once registration opens up on the Ottawa Kiwanis Facebook page to get a spot.
Saturday, May 20th from 5:30am-10:30am
Putnam County Senior Expo
Friday, August 4th 2023
Join us along with Putnam County Council on Aging, Inc., Putnam County Health Department, Ottawa Senior Center, The Meadows of Ottawa, The Meadows of Leipsic, The Meadows of Kalida, for the 2023 SENIOR EXPO!
Lunch and Entertainment
Presentation by motivational speaker Katy Maag
Medication disposal overseen by Putnam County Sheriffs Office
Health Screening Bus brought to us by ONU Health Wise
Vendors, door prizes, goodies and more!
Wine Tour is taking place on August 12th and will be stopping in Wapak, St Mary’s and Ft. Jennings.
More details to come. Stay Tuned for when tickets go on sale!
All proceeds go towards hospice patients of Putnam County.