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Welcome to the VNA Newsroom. Below you'll find a list of our current news stories by date. Please browse and click "read more" for further information on any particular story.

North Texans Turn MLK Holiday Into Day Of Service

January 18, 2016

It was with a spirit of gratitude that some 400 volunteers gathered at Dallas’ Concord Church to become ‘Meals on Wheels’ delivery drivers for the day: opting to use their Martin Luther King holiday day ‘off’ as a day ‘in’ the community: serving others....

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VNA Bereavement Luncheon in McKinney

December 9, 2015

The next free VNA Bereavement Luncheon for residents grieving the death of a loved one will be at noon Dec. 9 at Stonebridge United Methodist Church, 1800 S. Stonebridge Drive in McKinney. The luncheons are opportunities for the bereaved to have lunch, pick up helpful grief...

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Tom Brokaw to speak at VNA luncheon in Dallas

April 23, 2015

Newsman and author Tom Brokaw will be the keynote speaker at VNA’s Legends and Leaders Luncheon on Thursday at the Hilton Anatole.

“We wanted a speaker who is a legend in his own right, and we are thrilled to have the wonderful opportunity to host Mr. Brokaw,”

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Officer Santa: Police Chief Delivers Meals on Wheels

Dec. 19, 2014

Dallas Police officers are playing Santa this week. Hundreds of community outreach and neighborhood patrol officers delivered lunch for the Visiting Nurse Association’s Meals on Wheels clients throughout Dallas

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VNA Celebrates New McKinney Office

Dec. 11, 2014

VNA celebrated the opening of its new McKinney office with a Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, Dec. 11. VNA has served the Collin County community since August 1979 to meet the growing demands of home healthcare in the area.

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Hospice: Tools for dignity and comfort

Nov. 22, 2014

The first time she visited the home of a dying person, Krystal Alvarado nearly jumped out of her skin.

“I was a nervous wreck,” she said. As a young acute-care nurse, Krystal saw death as an enemy to fight at full bore, not as a certainty to quietly embrace.

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