Spiritual Care - Menomonie, Wisconsin
Mayo Clinic Health System Spiritual Care professionals use core beliefs, values and inner strengths to inspire hope and alleviate suffering. We believe your culture, faith and spiritual practices are vital resources for your healing and well-being, especially in times of transition and vulnerability.
You matter. We are here to assist with the spiritual care needs most important to you and your loved ones. We also are a liaison to faith, spiritual and cultural communities at your request.
The Spiritual Care team's services include:
- Advance care planning support
- Crisis intervention
- Decision-making support
- End-of-life care
- Ethical concerns
- Exploration of spirituality and meaning
- Grief support
- Liaison with faith, spiritual and cultural communities
- Life transitions and coping
- Providing sacred readings or materials
- Rituals and sacraments
- Staff support
The team hosts a remembrance ceremony, which is a time to remember loved ones who died while being cared for in the hospital or Hospice program.
The Meditation Center in the hospital in room 1231 is available 24/7. The center offers comfortable seating for loved ones.
Ask for a hospice chaplain. On weekends and after 4 p.m. on weekdays, ask for a hospice nurse.
Spiritual Care services are provided based on chaplain availability. Talk to your hospital care team for spiritual care services.