Hospice of the Bluegrass offers counseling in areas hit by tornadoes

March 6, 2012 

Hospice of the Bluegrass announced Tuesday that grief counselors are available to anyone affected by tornadoes in any of the 32 Kentucky counties served by Hospice.

"The thoughts and prayers of the entire Hospice of the Bluegrass organization go out to the communities affected by this tragedy," Hospice president and chief executive Gretchen Brown said. "Hospice staff and volunteers live, work and serve patients in five of the counties that were hit particularly hard by last week's tornadoes. Hospice staff is collecting donations to help with immediate needs, and grief counselors are available now and for as long as needed to help these communities heal."

People can reach grief counselors at any of the following numbers:

■ (606) 437-3700 (Magoffin, Floyd and Pike counties)

■ (606) 439-2111 (Morgan, Wolfe, Breathitt, Leslie, Perry, Knott and Letcher counties)

■ (606) 573-6111 (Harlan and Bell counties)

■ (606) 523-3090 (Whitley, Knox, Clay and Laurel counties)

■ (859) 441-6332 (Campbell, Kenton, Boone, Gallatin, Carroll and Grant counties)

■ (502) 223-1744 (Owen, Franklin, Anderson and Woodford counties)

■ (859) 234-6462 (Scott, Harrison, Bourbon and Nicholas counties)

■ (859) 276-5344 (Fayette and Jessamine counties)

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