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Hospice of the Ozarks
701 Burnett Drive,Mountain Home, Arkansas 72653
(870) 508-1771 Fax: (870) 508-1777


Hospice of the Ozarks is a non-profit subsidiary of Baxter Regional Medical Center dedicated to improving the quality of life for people faced with terminal illness. The program has provided hospice services to residents of Baxter and Marion County Arkansas since 1979.

What Is Hospice?

Hospice of the Ozarks provides support and care for people in the last phases of an incurable illness so they can live as fully and as comfortably as possible. The hospice concept is oriented toward caring for people rather than curing disease and often represents a less expensive and more appropriate method of care. Hospice offers the alternatives of remaining at home, being free of pain, and being attended by family and friends.

Hospice Services Provided

  • Nursing with emphasis on pain and symptom control
  • Personal care
  • Social services and counseling
  • Medications and medical supplies and equipment
  • Spiritual support
  • Bereavement assistance
  • Transportation
  • Referral to community resources
  • Staff on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Who Pays For Hospice Care

Hospice of the Ozarks is licensed by the Arkansas Department of Health and is approved to provide Medicare, Medicaid, and Champus hospice services. Reimbursement is also received from private insurance.

As a not-for-profit organization, Hospice depends on donations, memorials, and bequests in order to provide care to anyone in need in the community.


Volunteers are needed to provide patient sitting, family assistance, and transportation services. A training program is offered twice a year by the volunteer coordinator.

Support Groups

Caring and Sharing is an informal discussion group for caregivers, friends, and relatives of those who are dealing with a life-threatening illness.

Growing through Grief is a place for anyone in the community who has lost a loved one to gain an understanding of the loss and grief process and how to cope with it.

Coping with Cancer is a support group for people who are living with cancer, whether active or in remission.







Hospice Family Care, Inc.
3304 Westmill Drive
Huntsville, Alabama 35805
Ph: (256) 650-1212 -Fax: (256) 880-2929



Hospice Family Care is the only not-for-profit hospice provider serving Madison County/Huntsville, Alabama. Founded in 1979, it is also the first and most comprehensive end-of-life healthcare provider in the community. Hospice Family Care is a team of physicians, nurses, social workers, home health aides, volunteers and clergy all working to provide loving support to patients in the final phases of a terminal illness.

Hospice Family Care provides symptom and pain management in order to help the patient live as fully and comfortably as possible. To ensure premium service to our patients, an individual Plan of Care is tailored to the needs of each patient and his or her family.

Hospice Family Care provides advanced healthcare for the patient and valuable support for the family in a private residence, nursing home or assisted living facility. Any terminally-ill resident of Madison County is eligible for the services offered by Hospice Family Care.

As Madison County s only not-for-profit hospice provider, we are supported by United Way funding and community contributions and our services are available to anyone in need, regardless of income or insurance coverage.

Please call (256) 650-1212 for more information. 










Dignita Hospice Care
8202 E Earll Drive, Suite 320,Phoenix, AZ
Telephone: 602 279-0677 ,Facsimile: 602 279-5083


We help people and their loved ones, during a special time of caring, to live with dignity through professional hospice care.

Through a patient care delivery system based primarily on comprehensive case management services, we consistently set new community standards. Also, we will give to our communtiy, through public education and philanthropy, opportunities to improve quality of life. By providing a service oriented, cost conscious, true managed care organization, we will maintain economic viability and achieve a lasting growth.

As a result of our purpose and mission, we will enable people to complete life's journey with dignity.

Dignita is italian for "dignity".

Dignita Hospice Care staff services patients and families 24 hours per day, seven days per week.

Dignita covers the following services for terminally ill patients and their families:

  • Prescription drugs for patients at home
  • Nursing visits, even if the patient is not "homebound"
  • CNA visits for personal care
  • Homemaker services to do household chores
  • Counseling services at home for family members and patients
  • Availability for inpatient care to control symptoms or provide respite for the family
  • Bereavement care for the family
  • Volunteer to help the family at home with compassionate, friendly visiting, letter writing and errand services, etc.









21109 Vicente Street, Suite 104, San Francisco, CA 94116
Phone: 415-682-2111,Fax: 415-682-2112



Crossroad Home Care and Hospice is both Medicare and Medi-CAL certified.

We take Medicare, Medi-CAL, Blue Cross and other private insurance

For Home Care we offer the following services under Physician Orders:

  • Skilled Nursing
  • Home Health Aides
  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Medical Social Services
  • Speech
  • Dietary/Nutritional Counseling

For Hospice Care

For Hospice Care we work with a Client's Physician and their family to make the client as symptom and pain free during the time they are on our hospice program.









Hospice of the Grand Valley
2754 Compass Drive, Suite 377
Grand Junction, Colorado 81506
970-241-2212 (Voice)
970-257-2400 (Fax)


Hospice Services

Grand Valley Hospice and Palliative Care was founded in 1993 through the collaborative effort of and initial funding by Mesa County’s major health care institutions.

Today, Grand Valley Hospice and Palliative Care operates three offices:

Hospice of the Grand Valley, established in 1993 to serve Grand Junction and surrounding Mesa County areas, is based in Grand Junction, Colorado.

Hospice of the Plateau Valley, established in 1994 to serve the very rural, mountainous area of Mesa County, is based in Collbran, Colorado.

Hospice of the Uncompahgre Valley, established in 1995 to meet the needs of Delta, Montrose, and Ouray Counties, has offices in Delta, Colorado, and in Montrose, Colorado.


This team includes physicians, nurses, social workers, chaplains, nursing assistants, dietitians, therapists, volunteers, and other health professionals needed for the individual care of a patient. Bereavement staff is available to help the family cope with the patient’s death.

Our Life Transitions Center offers counseling, support groups, and education — including services for children and teenagers who are facing the death or serious illness of a loved one and services for adults who are grieving.

Hospice offers help and support to the patient and family on a 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week basis. Generally, this care is provided in the patient’s home, skilled nursing facility, or hospital.

Hospice services include:

  • Specialized health care services that focus on pain relief, symptom control, comfort and support for terminally ill patients at home
  • Special programs for skilled nursing facility residents and hospice patients in hospitals
  • Special program for children facing life-threatening illness
  • 24-hour on-call availability of a hospice medical professional
  • Medical supplies and equipment
  • Contracted services at pharmacies throughout Western Colorado
  • Instruction and education in care giving to help loved ones care for the patient
  • Assistance with the patient’s personal hygiene
  • Respite care, support and practical assistance from trained hospice volunteers
  • Emotional and spiritual support for patients and their loved ones
  • Bereavement support for surviving family members, loved ones and care givers for a minimum of twelve months after the death of a patient, including age-appropriate support groups for children and teenagers










Hope Hospice & Palliative Care
9470 HealthPark Circle
Fort Myers, Florida 33908
e-mail :email@hopehospice.org



The Hospice Team

The Hospice Care Team includes: physicians, nurses, pharmacists, social workers, personal care specialists, specially trained volunteers, chaplains, homemakers, bereavement counselors, and other therapists as needed to care for the individual needs of each patient and family.


For instance, many people don't realize that hospice care is covered under a special Medicare and Medicaid Hospice Benefit and that Hope Hospice is the only Medicare and Medicaid-certified hospice serving all of Lee, Hendry and Glades counties in southwest Florida. Many of the items and services covered under this benefit, including medications and medical supplies, are not covered through any other type of health care provider or facility.

Who is Eligible?

Hospice care is available to people of all ages, including children, with a limited life expectancy resulting from any illness. Hospice care is for any person who is experiencing the final phase of their disease. Hope Hospice serves patients with all diagnoses, including:

  • cancer
  • cardiac disease
  • neurological disorders
  • respiratory disease
  • congestive heart failure
  • chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • renal disease
  • liver disease
  • Alzheimer's
  • AIDS

The very special care that Hope Hospice provides is covered by Medicare, Medicaid ,and many insurances.

Continuing community support enables Hope Hospice to never refuse services to patients based upon a lack of reimbursement or their ability to pay


Most patients are referred to Hope Hospice by their doctors or other health care professionals. However, anyone can refer patient to Hope Hospice.

We require that their physician approve the hospice admission and certify the patient's medical condition. Early referrals are encouraged so that the patient and family can received all the benefits of hospice care.

The mission of Hope Hospice and Palliative Care is an affirmation of the significance of human life. Our services are provided to improve the quality of life for the terminally ill and their loved ones.








MGH's Hospice Program
Marion General Hospital,500 N. Wabash Avenue
Marion, Indiana 46952
(765) 662-4604 or 1-800-200-111


MGH's Hospice is a special kind of compassionate care designed to provide sensitivity and support for individuals nearing the end of life due to illness. We, the care givers in the MGH Hospice program, recognize that those with an end of life illness and those close to them have special physical, psychosocial, spiritual, emotional and practical needs. We are a team of skilled medical, nursing and counseling professionals who provide care in the familiar environment of your home. We work with you and your family to coordinate an individual plan of care specific to your needs. Our goal is to keep you as comfortable as possible, without the fear of dying in pain, alone or losing control.







Hospice Care Plus


Hospice's comprehensive approach to the care of you and your family is like no other form of healthcare. As a Hospice patient of family, you will find that we:
  • ensure pain is controlled
  • provide medications for pain and symptoms, and deliver them to your home.
  • have 24-hour, caring professionals just a phone call away.
  • offer assistance with personal care and light housekeeping.
  • provide emotional and spiritual support, even through the bereavement period.
  • arrange for medical equipment and supplies, and have them delivered to your home.
  • provide education on your care, illness, and treatments.
  • assist with Living Wills, Advanced Directives, and Power of Attorneys.
  • assist with running errands.
  • assist with laboratory tests, preventing the need to make a special trip.
  • provide "respite" care; to give caregivers temporary relief from caregiving.

    Hospice cares for patients who have end-stage heart disease, lung disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's, and any other terminal condition. Hospice also provides care for cancer patients. Hospice cares for all ages: from newborns and young adults, to 104-year-olds.

    Hospice care is paid for by Medicare, Medicaid and many private insurance companies. The Hospice Social Worker assists the family in applying for insurance benefits. No one is turned away from Hospice because of inability to pay.

    Hospice Care Plus, Inc. is a non-profit organization, licensed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, certified by Medicare and Medicaid, and accredited with commendation by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. Support also comes from health insurance, charitable donations and United Way of the Bluegrass.








Kent Hospice Foundation, Inc.
2103 Dixon Drive, Chestertown, MD 21620


Bereavement & Supportive Counseling

The Foundation provides bereavement and supportive counseling through:

  • Individual counseling
  • Family counseling
  • Support groups
  • Public Outreach

Ethics Committee

Community representatives and professional staff address issues related to decisions about patient care.

Provides educational forums for staff, volunteers, patients, families and the community at large.

Conducts prospective case reviews when requested for the purpose of recommendations concerning care issues and to safe guard patient rights.

Access to the Ethics Committee is available to anyone associated with patient care and/or the patient, family or a Board Member of the Kent Hospice Foundation, Inc. Incoming requests can be made through the Kent Hospice Foundation, Inc. office.

Family Grants

Family grants are available to assist financially exhausted patients and their families in receiving hospice care.

Financial need for family grants is recognized when the expenses of the illness make it very difficult for persons and their families to meet their basic needs.

Sometimes families have special needs that make a difference in their emotional as well as their physical welfare. The Foundation from time to time uses family grant money to pay for these special needs.

Loan Closet

The Foundation loans equipment and supplies if needed for care and comfort to patients with a life-limiting illness. Equipment delivery and pick-up is arranged as needed.

Pastoral Counseling

For families who do not have a close relationship with a minister, the Foundation offers the services of a pastoral counselor who is available if a person wishes to discuss thoughts and concerns about their spiritual journey.

Reference Library

The Foundation maintains a library of books and videos which address the needs of patients and their caregivers.

Speakers Bureau

Speakers are available to assist the community in understanding the Kent Hospice programs and hospice philosophy.


Volunteers give relief to caregivers by offering:

  • Support
  • Friendship
  • Companionship
  • Practical services needed

Kent Hospice Foundation, Inc. affirms and enhances life by offering dignified,compassionate and quality supportive care to patients and their families and friends during and after the final stages of life. The Foundation services are offered regardless of age, gender, nationality, race, creed, sexual orientation, disability, or ability to pay.








127 West Butler Street, Bryan, Ohio 43506
419-636-8034/FAX 419-636-8221


We are the independent, community-based hospice available 24 hours per day to meet the needs of the terminally ill and their families. Hospice Care of Williams County is a team of nurses, social workers, physicians, counselors, chaplains, home health aides and volunteers all specially-trained in caring for people with terminal illness, as well as for their families and those in bereavement.

The Light Up A Life program combines a memorial service with much-needed fundraising. Every year near Thanksgiving, angels and lights as memorials to loved ones who have died are sold and displayed on our Hospice Christmas tree (shown at right). This is done in conjunction with a community non-denominational service which encompasses all faiths. This service is well attended and is followed by fellowship and refreshments.






St. Francis Hospice
email hospice@stfrancishealth.org, or call 864-233-5300 or 1-800-277-2273


Our Hospice program provides the kind of care, support, and nurturing for patients and their families that helps ease the suffering of a life-limiting disease. We administer medicine and technology to make a patient as physically comfortable as possible, and we also provide specially trained teams of professionals and volunteers who care for the emotional and spiritual needs of the patient and family. Hospice returns the natural process of dying to the home, amid familiar surroundings and the comforting presence of family, and focuses on caring for the whole person, restoring dignity to final days.

When a cure is no longer possible and the patient has decided to stop aggressive treatment, our hospice team (which includes nurses, home health aides, social workers, pharmacists, dietitians, volunteers and chaplains) steps in to provide for the needs of the patient and family. This includes medication for symptom control, skilled nursing care and dedicated volunteer care, as well as counseling and bereavement services for the family for up to 13 months after the patient's death.

Hospice, never attempts to cure the terminal patient, nor do we ever provide false hope. Rather, we provide care beyond cure to ensure that life is full and worthwhile until the end.

Our services are available in Greenville, Anderson, Spartanburg, Pickens, Oconee and Laurens counties and are paid by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance plans. Patients will not be denied services based on their ability to pay.









Hospice Support Care, Inc. (HSC)
2119 Lafayette Blvd, Fredericksburg, VA 22401


Hospice Support Care, Inc. (HSC) is a non-profit, tax exempt volunteer organization providing support services to terminally ill patients and their families and bereavement support after death. HSC provides FREE non-medical support services to help families care for dying patients in the home setting.

Highly trained volunteers from the community, both professional and non-professional, work with the caregiver and other agencies such as health care providers, social services, churches, etc. to help ease the stress of patients and families facing life threatening illness. The tasks of homecare volunteers are as varied as each family's needs. These services are assisted by a small staff consisting of a Director, Support Care Managers, Bereavement Care Manager and Office Manager.

Patients are accepted regardless of disease, age, race, sex or religious affiliation. Any survivors who need assistance with their grief/mourning, regardless whether there was contact with HSC prior to the death are also eligible.


  • Bereavement Center
  • Harbor House
  • Patient Care Program
  • Community Education
  • Opportunities to Serve
  • Other Resources


  • provides practical assistance, emotional support, spiritual care, and patient advocacy to terminally ill individuals and their families.
  • provides bereavement support to anyone coping with grief.
  • provides ongoing education on hospice and death awareness.
  • provides a place for individuals and families to server others.









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