Catholic Hospice continues to provide stress and anxiety music therapy sessions for providers, patients, and families, as well as the community. On-going support groups to help families and the community cope and manage on-the-job stress, grief support, and new family dynamics. Aligned with our volunteers to partner and provide additional supplies to underserved families. Community outreach continues to be provided in the community following the COVID-19 guidelines. We continue to collaborate with our hospital partners to help manage the stress of caring for the sick while painting health and wellbeing. Our education outreach continues to provide coping strategies. Our internal communications focus is to encourage clinical team members to step away and take a walk outside to maintain balance. Our virtual gatherings such as a monthly reflection service for those who are struggling with the loss of a loved one due to COVID-19 and the loss of a loved one are provided internally and to the community. Every year, Catholic Hospice gives back to its employees for their efforts and the amount of time they provide caring for patients and families. During the pandemic, our employees were overwhelmed with the amount of COVID-19 losses, daily struggles, and caring for those with a terminal illness. We overcame the pandemic, and our motto was Resiliency! This year, we know that we cannot stop the fight against COVID-19, but we can continue to stop the spread. For this, our healthcare heroes are celebrating "Better Together in Healthcare!" November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month. Please help with your gift to Hospice, you make a difference. Donations enrich the Hospice experience and provide support for patients and their caregivers. Such as clinical care, and education, volunteer training, and bereavement programs are some of the many examples of how your donations help.