When people are faced with their own death, they are often confronted with many profound and perplexing questions. They may question the meaning of their own life. There could be an estrangement in their family or a relationship that they wish to reconcile.
Midwest CareCenter chaplains offer support to patients and their families during their end-of-life journeys. Chaplains receive extensive training to help people of all religious faiths as well as no spiritual tradition. Most people want to have a ritual or memorial service following their death. The ceremony can be celebrated in a variety of ways that offer support and comfort to family and friends. Midwest CareCenter chaplains can officiate at these services. Those with no affiliation often have many questions regarding end-of-life. Midwest Care Center’s chaplains stand ready to offer spiritual support to any patient or family member.