Supporting You & Your Family

Our multidisciplinary care team can help through physical, emotional and spiritual support and provide guidance to patients and their families. We serve people of all faiths and backgrounds within our service area, regardless of their ability to pay. Our goal is to provide support and education, encouragement and hope to you and your family. 

Features of Bereavement & Hospice Support Services

Bereavement Services

Losing a loved one is one of the life's most difficult challenges. Let our amazing volunteers help you with encouragement, support groups, education and hope.

Complementary Alternative Medicine

We offer a variety of complementary alternative treatments, in addition to medications or therapies you may already be receiving. Treatments such as massage, pet therapy and acupuncture are delivered to promote relaxation, stress relief, manage chronic pain or other symptoms and restore an overall sense of well-being.

Core Care Team

A core care team helps make day-to-day decisions a little easier. We connect you with a team that fits your family's situation, with nurses, certified hospice aides, chaplains, social workers, medical directors and volunteers. That team partners with you, your family and your doctor to ease the challenges for the duration of the journey. 

Spiritual Care

While gifts like offering prayer at bedside, reading scripture or facilitating religious rituals are fundamentally important, they are not the only aspects of caring for one's spirit. Our focus is on easing the mind, listening and providing a sense of calm for our patients. We believe spiritual care is an openness to hear the questions that may come to mind when facing the end of life.

Volunteer Services

We cover a 9-county area so we count on over 150 volunteers to help deliver emotional support and necessary services to the people we help. Many of our volunteers feel a great sense of personal accomplishment when they touch another person’s life by volunteering. Find out how you can make a difference by becoming a hospice volunteer.