This project was born out of a divine plan placed on my heart while fighting for my life --once with pulmonary embolisms and deep vein thrombosis, the second time with cancer. In seeking my life’s purpose and answers as to why God spared my life, I sought earnestly to find out what it was that He needed me to do. You have to be careful what you ask God for because he will surely reveal it to you in due time. Since 2017, I have been on a mission to carry out what I believe to be God's master plan for me.
Standing true our vision, creation of a safe community where hospitality meets healthcare where no individual dies alone, in pain or distress; it is vitally important that we strategically collaborate, educate and engage our community in raising awareness and empowering everyone to join us on our crusade to prevent lonely, painful and distressing deaths.
We are passionate about the care we provide to our clients. We are looking forward to our continued growth and development achieved by hard work, dedication and commitment of all the staff, partners and volunteers which will make our organizational existence possible. We will maintain the highest level of integrity by being positive, keeping our promises, communicating honestly and openly with one another. We will maintain the highest level of compassion by giving of ourselves –time to listen, time to care; offer hope, comfort, support and plain old-fashioned understanding and tolerance. Our values are the very heart of our organization. These values inspire and keep us grounded and driven to provide the best possible care to as many people we can possibly reach who are living and dying with terminal illness, having the courage to hold fast to our convictions of doing what is right--even though it may not be pretty or popular.
Help us to strengthen communities and improve lives. Help us to break the cycle of health care disparities and become givers of compassion, love, gentle endearment and preserve the dignity of others.
Your humble servant,
Narita Snead MPH, MSN, ANP-BC