A message from VNA President & CEO Robert Franko:
Update: June 9, 2020
As our nation grapples with some complicated and ingrained issues that have resulted in violence and turmoil, many voices are crying out and varied opinions offered. The VNA of NWI’s mission is to Make Best Days Possible, and we believe this is true for all people of all races, economic status, religion and whatever other differences exist between us that add vibrance to our culture. Violence and prejudice against any individual by anyone including those in authority is a threat to all of our liberties, tranquility and harmony as a nation. We pledge to Make Best Days Possible through compassion and understanding and listening to all voices crying out. Our Chaplains and Social Workers are available to everyone who wishes to be heard.
In the midst of life’s most difficult moments, people are faced with the challenge of making huge decisions that impact the future of their loved ones. They need an expert to help them navigate these unchartered waters. They need VNA.
VNA is the most patient-focused provider of aging, palliative, hospice and grief support services in Northwest Indiana. VNA’s services provide comfort, peace-of-mind and superior care to families working through the aging process, a terminal diagnosis or the loss of a loved one. Care is provided throughout Northwest Indiana, including Lake, LaPorte, Jasper, Porter and Starke counties.
VNA Hospice is an ACHC Accredited program.
Programs of the VNA are supported in part through grants from the United Way of Porter County and the Healthcare Foundation of La Porte.
As a nonprofit organization, VNA is a mission-driven organization. Instead of focusing on profits, VNA employs a patient-centric model where the patient and family are the organization’s highest priority. This focus on people over profits combined with nationally recognized services, makes VNA a provider of choice.
VNA’s comprehensive services celebrate the lives of the individuals we serve, provide unparalleled, compassionate care for those in life’s final moments and help make best days possible for our patients, clients and families.
VNA Hospice volunteer Judy Bornstein shares her remarkable volunteer journey in Hold My Hand, highlighting her dedication to comfort the lonely, sick and dying. Click here to order.
Proceeds from the sale of Judy's book support VNA Hospice care in our community.
Contributions to the VNA Foundation support our life changing services including VNA, the VNA Hospice program, the VNA Phoenix Center and VNA Meals on Wheels. These donations enable the organization to continue to provide quality care for patients and their families.
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