Spirituality can fulfill our need for connection, meaning and purpose in life – and help us find our way in unexpected circumstances.
Regardless of your spiritual or religious affiliation, Aurora Health Care is here for you as you face challenging decisions and turning points, await procedures and diagnoses and share your questions and heartfelt concerns.
All Aurora hospitals, including Zilber Family Hospice and Aurora at Home Hospice, provide spiritual care and support resources to patients and their families. Call your hospital’s general number, or ask your nurse to connect you with a chaplain.
In times of crisis and uncertainty, it can be difficult to cope on your own. Aurora Health Care chaplains are available to listen and provide a supportive presence, with respect for your own faith tradition, lifestyle and emotional needs.
Our chaplains are advanced-degreed professionals with specialized training in responding to the unique questions and challenges that surface in a health care setting.
Living well means honoring the people and experiences that make us who we are, give our lives meaning and anchor us to our past as we walk into our future. These free resources can help you connect with support and commemorate the life of your loved one.
Aurora Health Care Sponsored Grief Support Groups [PDF]
Find schedules and contact information for free local support groups to help you cope with loss and grief.
A Service of Remembrance [PDF]
Remember and celebrate your loved one with this self-guided service you can use on a special day or anytime.
Are you called to offer spiritual care to others? Aurora Health Care-Metro Inc., Clinical Pastoral Education Center is a rigorous, nationally accredited training program that prepares masters-level trained spiritual leaders to provide faith-based support in diverse medical settings.