November 1994
Volume 75, Number 9

Investments made on ethical grounds can have different goals and measures of success.

Employees at a Canadian hospital express values in everyday language and integrate them into its programs.

A St. Louis hospice offers specialized services to meet the unique needs of AIDS, Alzheimer's, and pediatric patients.

A healthcare center works with the community to help rehabilitation patients relearn everyday tasks.

A mobile healthcare program brings services to homeless persons in Atlanta.

A collaborative ministry responds to the needs of poor pregnant women and the homeless in Wilmington, DE.