Pattie Craumer Published in Chicken Soup for the Soul Series

  September 23, 2021

The words were in her heart and head. They were formed over a 24-month journey of caring for her father before his death and grieving his loss after his passing. Pattie Craumer of Mechanicsburg gave her words life in a short story published in June in Chicken Soup for the…

Lifestyle Choices and Alzheimer’s Disease

  September 20, 2021

By Barbara Goll, Community Liaison Educator and Nutritionist Most polls consistently show that people fear losing their memory and mind more than anything else, even death. Our brains are the very essence of our very being. Today, 5.3 million people are living with Alzheimer’s disease, and we are predicted to…

Homeland HomeHealth and HomeCare: Five Years of Excellence and Counting

  September 7, 2021

Since 1867, Homeland Center has been committed to meeting the ever-changing needs of the community. In keeping with this tradition, Homeland HomeHealth and Homeland HomeCare were established five years ago to provide a continuum of services for patients and their families using a team-approach, which places patients at the center…

The Importance of Spiritual Counseling

  August 10, 2021

As you or a loved one are nearing the end-of-life, physical symptom and pain relief is essential but it’s only a part of Homeland Hospice’s overall healthcare approach. Helping patients and their families manage the emotional and mental aspect of this poignant journey, through spiritual counseling, is part of Homeland’s…

Chaplain Dann Caldwell Appointed Board President of Christian Churches United of the Tri-County Area

  July 27, 2021

It has been said that life comes full circle. For Dann Caldwell, chaplain for Homeland Center and Homeland Hospice, the loop he began as an intern with Christian Churches United of the Tri-County Area (CCU) has closed with his recent appointment to serve as president of the organization’s board of…

Love, Laughter and Determination in Sickness and in Health

  July 12, 2021

Meet Carol and Clyde Cressler After 57 years of marriage, Carol and Clyde Cressler of Mechanicsburg know how to bring out the best in one another. They laugh at each other’s jokes, share similar passions and take on life’s challenges as a team. When Clyde was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease…


Homeland Hospice 5K and Memory Walk

October 22, 2022
8:30am - 10:30am