Horizon Health Network - Réseau de Santé Horizon, Spiritual and Religious Care
|Record #: HDC1112||Last Modified: 06 Jun 2018||Last Full Update: 06 Jun 2018|
|Office Phone||Sussex Health Centre: 506-432-3100
The Moncton Hospital: 506-857-5348
Saint John Regional Hospital: 506-648-6014
St Joseph's Hospital: 506-632-5429
Ridgewood Veterans Wing: 506-635-2422
Dr. Everett Chalmer's Hosptial: 506-452-5408
Miramichi Regional Hospital: 506 623-3263
|Primary Contact||Pam Driedger, Area Manager of Spiritual & Religious Care, Horizon Health Network (Saint John Area); Email: email@example.com|
|Mailing Address||c/o Spiritual Care Department
PO Box 2100
Saint John Regional Hospital
Saint John, NB E2L 4L2
|Description & Services|
|Description of service(s)||Spirituality is an integral component of healing. Spiritual health provides a source of coping, inner strength, peace, hope and joy even in difficult times. Sometimes hospitalization may lead to spiritual distress.
Symptoms of spiritual distress include hopelessness, fear, resentment, loneliness, blaming, powerlessness, grief, shame, guilt, distrust, withdrawal, regret, conflict, apathy and anger. Addressing this distress can contribute to a greater sense of wholeness and wellness. Members of the Spiritual and Religious Care Team are professionally trained to offer multi-faith care in a clinical setting.
The Spiritual and Religious Care Team is available to patients , their families and staff.
We not only support you in your spiritual distress; we can also journey with you during your times of consolation and peace.
listen and facilitate communication
assess spiritual needs and concerns
offer spiritual support and counsel
assist in contacting spiritual leaders
arrange sacraments and rituals
support people in crisis
provide support in decision making
explore options for reconciliation
guide through a grief process
pray with or for you
Multi-faith chapels can be found in a number of Horizon Health Network facilities and some are open 24 hours for patient and family convenience, providing a space for private prayer and meditation.
Religious/spiritual needs or questions posed by a patient, patient's family or member of the hospital staff should be directed to Spiritual and Religious Care Services or to the Chaplain on call.
Worship services are also held in some locations. Patients and families can speak with staff for more information.
A call/duty chaplain and Roman Catholic priest are available on-call for after hour emergencies by contacting the hospital switchboard.
|Areas Served||Kings County ; New Brunswick|
|Eligibility||Ages: 100 year(s) and under
No age restrictions
|Languages||English ; French|
|Located In Community||SUSSEX, Town of|
|Address & Map|
|Accessibility||Fully Accessible ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***|
|Service Level||(50) Non Profit|
|Service Categories||Faith Based Counselling ; Spiritual Healing|