Jeff Rogers

November 4, 2019

Covenant Care begins serving patients in the Tampa Bay area

Covenant Care is opening offices throughout Florida and is now serving patients in the Tampa Bay and Polk County areas. The organization, headquartered in Pensacola, Florida, will be the first not-for-profit provider of home health services to the entire state, as well as providing hospice care in 18 of Florida’s 67 counties. “We’re so excited Covenant Care is now serving […]
June 21, 2019

Covenant Care opens new Center for Hospice Care at West Florida

Covenant Care, the largest nonprofit home health and hospice care organization in the region, is relocating and upgrading its Center for Hospice Care at West Florida Hospital in Pensacola, Florida. The new 11-room facility — which is moving from the third to first floor — features an intimate setting where a team of caregivers provides around-the-clock care. “Covenant Care’s new […]
June 5, 2019

Camp Connect helps kids and their families cope with lingering trauma from Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael left a devastating impact on our communities, both in loss of property and emotional trauma. Disasters can be difficult to experience and can cause lasting effects. Covenant Care has teamed up with Play Big and Save the Children to help children, adolescents, and families cope after the disaster of Hurricane Michael through the Camp Connect program. “Children, adolescents […]
June 3, 2019

Covenant Care offers free workshops for volunteers

Covenant Care’s team of caring professionals are looking to add to the family of volunteers. If you’re big-hearted and looking for a sense of purpose in worthwhile work, Covenant Care is a great place to get plugged in working side by side with the Covenant Care team. “We have a real need for volunteers right now,” said Jeff Rogers, Covenant […]
May 24, 2019

Camp Connect helps kids deal with loss

Losing a loved one is especially hard for children. Before they graduate from high school, one out of every 20 children will lose a parent — and that number doesn’t include those who experience the death of a brother or sister, a grandparent, an aunt or uncle, or friend. Children simply haven’t developed the skills to cope with tragedy. One […]