UPC offers practical, loving care for individuals and families recovering from mental illness and emotional wounds.
Contact: David or 206.524.7301 x215
IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL
When Mental Illness Strikes a Family of Faith – Practical Tools for Family Caregivers & Friends
Sunday, Feb. 25, 10–11:30am, Geneva A
One in five Americans is living with a mental illness and these disorders touch most of our families. This is an informational and strategic planning class for Christian family caregivers and friends of people living with mental illness. Together, we'll examine a Biblical perspective of mental illness and caregiving. Presented by David Zucker, UPC’s Mental Health Advocate and Marcia Crivello & Karen Greenwalt, UPC Parish Nurses.
CPR TRAINING CLASS
Sunday, Feb. 18, 10am or 11:45am, Geneva A
Save a life: Come & learn CPR/AED. Taught by Phil Bransford. Must register as space is limited. $25/Person (min age 12yrs). Cash or check only. To register, contact the Parish Nurses, x579.
Parish Nurses are available to assist with health concerns, check blood pressure, provide health information, refer to community resources and provide spiritual support.
Parish Nurses Office Hours: Second Sundays 10am-12pm in Outreach Office, Room 154. Fourth Sundays in Larson Hall after all services.
Contact: Parish Nurse Hotline: 206.524.7301 x579, email@example.com
LIVING WITH LUNG CANCER
Fourth Thursdays | 7pm | Room 350
A place for sharing, encouragement, and positive growth. The group welcomes those living with a cancer diagnosis and their friends and family members. Contact: Cecilia