The Venango VNA Foundation and its Board of Directors cordially invites you to join us for the GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY! Groundbreaking to be on June 6, 2018 at 11am.
Events & Updates
Visiting Nurses Association of Venango County is offering Hope for the Holidays, which is a day of healing intended to help grieving children. This event will be held on Saturday Nov. 7th, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM at Victory Heights United Brethren Church, 5978 US Rt. 322, Franklin,
We want to wish Darlene (Dolly) Johnson and Rebecca (Becca) Dittman a very happy retirement from the VNA! We will surely miss their smiling faces, but wish them all the best on their much deserved retirement. Enjoy Becca & Dolly! Leave Becca and Dolly well wishes in the comments below!
Coping with the loss of a loved one can be difficult at any age. Many children and youth struggle with fear, questions and loneliness after the loss of their beloved family member or friend. That’s why the Venango VNA Foundation has partnered with certified bereavement counselors from the Visiting Nurses
Smiling and laughing, 35 campers arrived at the Singing Hills campground Thursday, not showing that they were grieving the loss of a loved one just days before. Camp Good Grief is a day camp for children grieving the loss of a loved one. It is sponsored by the Venango VNA
Shelly Fleming, RN and Amy Wimer, RN are VNA of Venango County’s OB Nurses. They educate mothers on safe infant care, provide breast and bottle feeding instructions and guidance, instruct on normal newborn behaviors, signs and symptoms of jaundice, obtain Bilirubin levels as needed, teach SIDS prevention, circumcision care, home
The Visiting Nurses Association of Venango County is pleased to invite your child(ren) to participate in our 22nd annual Camp Good Grief program, sponsored by our Venango VNA Foundation. As the largest bereavement camp in Venango County, Camp Good Grief, provides a day of healing strictly for children and teens
“They are strong yet have the gentlest of touch. They walk with determination, but always take time to listen. They are educators, teaching and showing knowledge everyday. They are there when you need them the most. They are NURSES!” Happy Nurses Week to all the wonderful nurses at VNA of
About the VNA Foundation
The Venango VNA Foundation is a nonprofit corporation whose sole purpose is to generate funding to support the charitable care and services provided by the Visiting Nurses Association of Venango County.