Resources for the African American Community

Last Miles-Guidelines for Care for the African American Community

The Last Miles© conference was the first of its kind, giving voice to issues in end of life decision-making and caregiving unique to African American patients, families and communities.
The topics covered in this book range from the impact of health disparities on end of life decision-making to spiritual aspects of care at life’s end, to sociological and cultural perspectives on death and dying and finally, even to health policy considerations.

Guidelines for Outreach to African American Community

In collaboration with ICEOL, the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization's Caring Connections has produced the African American Outreach Guide for hospices and other organizations interested in improving their outreach efforts to African Americans in the community.  It provides how-to’s on outreach—media, church community, broader community