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This free camp run by ProMedica Hospice professionals is helping kids ages 6-16 openly express their feelings of loss.
On April 11, Ohio residents donned blue to raise awareness of child abuse and neglect, which has damaging effects on physical and emotional health.
A nationwide campaign is increasing education around emergency bleeding. These steps and a toolkit could make the difference between life and death.
Staff at Center for Health Services collected a surprising amount of donations in one day to send joy to children affected by cancer and chronic illness.
Todd Switzer died in an accident on his way to work. Later, colleagues found a slew notes of thanks from grateful patients and co-workers.
Artists of commissioned pieces in ProMedica's Steam Plant and Promenade Park share how their developed pieces are connecting our past with our future.
The Toledo Area has a lot to offer individuals with special needs, but getting connected can be challenging. Here's a resource that may help.
Ben Niezgoda didn't think he'd be able to see the beauty of Hawaii fully with cataracts in his eyes, but a call from ProMedica Eye Care changed everything.
Chrys Peterson shares how she keeps the Christmas spirit alive all year and some of her most memorable stories of hope from ProMedica.
The genetics counseling program at ProMedica Flower Hospital received a $50,000 award in the form of vouchers to help patients in need of financial assistance.
A unique program pairing mental health patients with pets is seeing big success. Learn more about Hope and Recovery Pets (HARP).
Brian Hackenburg wears his 42-pound fire gear in races to raise funds to bring teddy bears and smiles to kids at Toledo Children's Hospital.