ARCHIVED  November 11, 2008

Hospice of Larimer County now Pathways Hospice

FORT COLLINS – Hospice of Larimer County celebrates its 30th anniversary this month with a name change.

The organization will become Pathways Hospice, Community Care for Northern Colorado. The name change comes shortly after the program began extending its services with an office in Windsor to serve many communities in western Weld County. The new name pulls from recognition of the organization’s Pathways: Programs for Grief & Loss, a leading grief support program.

In conjunction with the new name, the organization will launch a new Web site at www.pathways-care.org.

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FORT COLLINS – Hospice of Larimer County celebrates its 30th anniversary this month with a name change.

The organization will become Pathways Hospice, Community Care for Northern Colorado. The name change comes shortly after the program began extending its services with an office in Windsor to serve many communities in western Weld County. The new name pulls from recognition of the organization’s Pathways: Programs for Grief & Loss, a leading grief support program.

In conjunction with the new name, the organization will launch a new Web site at www.pathways-care.org.

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