Phone: 651.917.4616 / 800.214.9597

Resources for care and support

MNHPC is excited to welcome Dr. Ira Byock, author of The Four Things That Matter Most and Dying well for a public conversation:

 

Living Well Until You Die

Monday, April 9, 2018
Registration and Reception 6:00
Program 7:00-8:30
Tickets: $35.00

Join MNHPC and special guest Kairos Alive! for an inspiring evening of stories and music.

Learn More Here

Register Here

 


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Advance Care Planning

Advance Care Planning is talking with your loved ones about your health care wishes.

Where can I get a health care directive? >


Palliative Care

Palliative Care is care that focuses on improving the quality of life of people with serious illnesses.

Watch the video below to see what palliative care can do for you:

 

 

 

 

Who pays for palliative care? >


 

 

2018 MNHPC Annual Conference

 

Early registration is open!

April 8-10 2018

DoubleTree by Hilton

Bloomington Minneapolis-South

MNHPC Members who register between November 24th and January 18th can register at 2017 conference prices.

Click here to visit the Conference website

 


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Hospice Care

Hospice Care is a philosophy of care for dying patients that emphasizes comfort over cure.

How can hospice care help me or a loved one? >

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Bi-Annual We Honor Veterans Meeting

Become a member today and join us for this exclusive members’
only benefit!

Already a member? Visit the member We Honor Veterans Toolkit.

 


MNHPC is hiring!

 

We’re looking for two interns to work on our annual conference and the Hospice Stories Project. Know someone looking for a great learning opportunity? Send them our way!

Annual Conference Intern Job Description

Hospice Stories Intern Job Description

 

 


Transforming Conversations

MNHPC is proud to be partnering with playwright Syl Jones and Mixed Blood Theatre’s Jack Reuler in an exciting new project that will bring an original play and community dialogue to stages across Minnesota with the hope of fostering conversations about end of life care and choices. Interested in making a donation to support this unique project?

Make a gift here 

Read more about the play  >


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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