The Comfort Care Coalition (CCC) is a broad-based community network of healthcare consumers, families, educators and professionals. The mission of the Coalition is to educate community members and providers concerned with issues from chronic illness or serious illness through end of life. 

We send out a monthly update and periodic announcements of events of interest via listserver. To join our e-mail list and be kept up to date with our meeting times and places, e-mail: and ask to be added to the Comfort Care Coalition e-list.

Please check the "Programs & Meetings" link for more information on these events. There is a wealth of information on the "Resources" page.

2020 Consumer Education Presentations - Virtual Events

September 19, 2020 at 10 AM (FLYER)

Don’t miss our online program featuring Angelia Lomax, CEO and Founder of Nurturing Black Minds (Website), presenting "Living Lonely". This virtual program will be held on Saturday, September 19th @ 10:00 am. This presentation explores the impact and experiences of loneliness for adults. It will provide healthy strategies for processing and coping with loneliness. 

A recording of the presentation will be available in the timeline posts as well as the video section of the Comfort Care Coalition page.
To watch the presentation via Facebook Live,
visit Comfort Care Coalition Facebook Page Click Here
To join the presentation via the Comfort Care Coalition
Zoom Meeting, using this link: Click Here

 Please contact by email: or phone: 901-401-0425

Free Elder Abuse Training Available

CCC board member, Marlene Siegel, is offering a workshop to help people learn more about identifying, responding, and how to report concerns about elder abuse.  The program is designed for anyone working with seniors or any groups wanting to learn more about responding to the needs of elders at risk for elder abuse.  A minimum of fifteen participants is desired. The course is funded through the Coordinated Response to Elder Abuse (CREA) at no charge to any group seeking training.  Call Marlene at (901) 490-5858 if you are interested in hosting a workshop or have questions about the program.