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Sacramento's First Hospice House

Sehr-Allen Charitable Foundation is breaking ground in September 2014 to build the very first hospice house in Sacramento. The hospice house will be supported by Sehr-Allen Charitable Foundation to ensure all people receive compassionate end of life care regardless of their ability to pay.

May 8 2014, 6:16pm CDT | by

Sacramento's First Hospice House
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Sacramento, CA, May 08, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Sehr-Allen Charitable Foundation is breaking ground in September 2014 to build the very first hospice house in Sacramento California. The hospice house will be supported by donations to ensure all people are able to receive compassionate end of life care regardless of their ability to pay.

Dr. and Mrs. James and Angela Sehr, the owners of the Foundation believe that all people deserve to die with comfort and dignity. At this time, unfortunately, patients can only receive end of life care (hospice care) in their homes or in an institution, which requires either a 24/7 care giver or significant financial means. The new hospice house would provide a special place for people who have no place to die.

A launch event will be held on May 30th, 2014 in Dr. & Mrs. Sehr's Granite Bay residence. Sacramento King's dance team will be present at the event.

Contact Information:
Sehr-Allen Charitable Foundation
Angela Sehr
916-802-0853
Contact via Email
www.ahhsac.com

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