Community Programs

VNA Health provides many programs in the community.

Your support can help community members participate in these programs even if they are unable to pay.

The Home Health program offers both skilled nursing and rehabilitation services to people who are recovering from an illness or surgery, or learning to manage a chronic disease.
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The Hospice Care team relieves pain, manages complex symptoms, and provides emotional and spiritual support for the patient and their loved ones at the end of life.
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Serenity House is an 18-bed residential hospice center that provides 24-hour skilled care and offers a place of comfort, dignity, and compassion for hospice patients whose needs cannot be met at home.
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Bereavement Support helps community members cope with the loss of a loved one, including one-on-one counseling, support groups, mailings of supportive literature, and an annual remembrance service.
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Palliative Care , also called comfort care, is treatment that focuses on relieving pain and symptoms for patients who are facing a life-threatening illness or disease.
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Integrative Therapies offers a number of proven therapeutic treatments in conjunction with the Hospice Care program, including music therapy, pet therapy, meditation, massage, reflexology, Reiki, aromatherapy, guided imagery, and art therapy.
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The Loan Closet loans basic medical equipment, such as walkers, wheelchairs, crutches, canes and bathroom safety items, at no charge to members of our community to help them recover, rehabilitate, or live safely and independently.
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In response to the Thomas Fire and January Mudslides, VNA Health is grateful to organizations like United Way of Santa Barbara County that helped us continue to provide our community the much-needed care.
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