Heritage attendees experiencing financial hardship are supported in a way which helps the individual learn to live within their resources and maintain good stewardship.
Those facing surgery, illness or lengthy recovery often need encouragement through words of peace and hope as well as the supportive presence of one of our trained chaplains.
From providing meals in difficult times to helping with minor home repairs or maintenance for those unable to do so, our team wants to support you in the way that would meet your need best.
When a Heritage family has to say good-bye to a loved one, our team comes alongside you and provides a nurturing supportive environment. Our funeral support team will support your family and friends during grieving and aid you in planning your loved one’s service.
To begin the process of planning your loved one’s service, please contact our Funeral Coordinator or leave a message at 614-898-9412 x444
I:35 Fellowship is a confidential group offering acceptance, encouragement, community and prayer for people whose faith and hope have been challenged by living with a mental illness diagnosis. Join us at Heritage for dinner, fellowship, discussion and prayer. We meet each 2nd & 4th Monday of the month from 6:30-8pm.
For more details, contact us at I.firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a newly developing area of care. If you are active duty or a veteran or a loved one, please let us know. We have a chaplain and others who are former military and would love to support and care for you and your family.
For more details, please contact email@example.com.