Pine Tree Hospice received a grantJuly 06, 2009 - TRCPine Tree Hospice has received a grant from the Maine Charity Fund of the Maine Community Foundation to do the following:... perform an adult bereavement needs assessment throughout the Pine Tree Hospice service area (which includes all of Piscataquis County and portions of Penobscot and Somerset Counties)... design programs that will efficiently and effectively meet adult bereavement needs... provide specialized training for those interested in becoming bereavement support volunteers, and... offer community education related to grief, loss and bereavement.In order to get useful data, we need your help ! If you would kindly complete a brief, confidential survey, we would be most appreciative.We also encourage you to forward the survey link to others in our service area who may like to participate in this survey. To complete the survey online you can copy and paste this link into your browser : http://www.surveymonkey.coms.aspx?sm=9j_2bW1A2F4YMpGIgEfk3oOg_3d_3d The survey can also be accessed directly from the Pine Tree Hospice homepage www.pinetreehospice.org or print and complete the survey posted in its own article in Highlights. If completing this survey on paper, feel free to use as much space on the page as you need. Return the survey directly to PTH. Pine Tree Hospice is located on the campus of Mayo Regional Hospital. Survey Period: 7/01/2009 - 9/30/2009THANK YOU, in advance, for your participation in this survey, your time and thoughts are appreciated. The findings of this survey will assist Pine Tree Hospice in determining the bereavement services needed by adults in the Pine Tree Hospice service area and designing programs to meet those needs most effectively and efficiently. Any personal comments made on the survey will be kept confidential. Thanks again !Pine Tree Hospice Bereavement Committee883 West Main Street ~ Dover-Foxcroft ME 04426207.564.4346 Office ~ 207.564.4400 Fax firstname.lastname@example.org // www.pinetreehospice.orgNOTE - This article reflects the views of the author and not necessarily those of the TRC Alliance Team.