How do victims of abuse access hospital services?
Have you, or someone you know, experienced homelessness, domestic violence, sexual assault, or human trafficking?
Bring your lunch and join us to learn more about how victims access hospital services through Friends of the Family and how to refer them. Learn how to support the programs success, and those in need, in the Clayton County area.
Join us for the GMHC Auxiliary’s 30th Annual Christmas Cookie Walk!
Choose from a delicious variety of Christmas treats including cookies and baked goodies. Gift shop will be open too and featuring many holiday items and unique gifts for giving.
Friday, December 6th: 11am to 4pm
Saturday, December 7th: 8am to Noon with Santa from 10am to Noon!
All children welcome! Sale proceeds benefit GMHC Auxiliary.
Each of us mourns the death of a loved one differently. The Grief Support Group meets each month and is a place where those grieving can find comfort in sharing the pain, anger, depression and other emotions they feel following a loss.
The group meets the third Thursday of each month from 4pm to 5pm.
Thursday, Dec. 19th: 4pm to 5pm at the Family Resource Center (FRC)– 514 South River Park Drive, Guttenberg
For more information, please call the FRC 563-252-3215.
The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to be the lifeline for patients in need this holiday season by making an appointment to give blood at GMHC on Friday, Dec. 20th from Noon to 5pm in the Education Center.
Why give blood?
Most importantly, to save lives. All blood types are needed.
It’s quick and easy! Donors can save time by completing a RapidPass. The entire donation process only takes about an hour, but pre-donation reading and health history questions can be completed online to save about 15 minutes.