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ORGANIZATION: Harbor Hospice

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Harbor Hospice

Legacy Team Volunteers assist our patients in creating and presenting legacy gifts via letters, photography, or videography to their families, friends, or any significant person or group that made an impact on their life. Legacy Team support can be provided in person or virtual; by phone, Facetime, Zoom, GoToMeeting, or whatever media tool(s) needed to accommodate the patient and family. A Legacy Letter can be handwritten or typed. A card or painting can be created with a patient. The patient can tell their life story through an audio or video recording. Some of the patient’s favorite memories can be displayed in a picture collage in a frame or a picture board. Our patients are experiencing end of life reflections, emotions, thoughts, and maybe processing some unspoken "I'm sorry" conversations. EVERY PERSON HAS A STORY...so imagine the validation and dignity our patients will experience as they are able to communicate safely, and openly with you.

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About Harbor Hospice


2450 N. Major Dr., Beaumont, TX 77713, US

Mission Statement

Harbor Hospice is committed to providing comprehensive, competent, quality care optimizing comfort and dignity consistent with the patient and family needs and goals. With the patient's needs and goals as priorities, we seek to ensure without discrimination, the dignity,comfort, and choices of the patient/family/caregiver in timely, well-coordinated end-of-life care which includes bereavement and counseling support.


Harbor Hospice is dedicated to providing care and comfort to a terminally ill patient and their family. We provide the highest quality of care possible by employing a team of healthcare professionals to administer comfort and supportive care to individuals.

Harbor Hospice strives to meet the physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs of patients and family members who share the emotional trauma of a terminal illness. Harbor Hospice is committed to educate the community and increase awareness of the hospice concept of care among medial professionals, lay persons, clergy and those in need of a compassionate approach of care.

Harbor Hospice admits patients without regard for race, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, disability, sex or sexual preference. The admission criteria does not deny admission or service to people with communicable diseases including, but not limited to HIV, MRSA, and Hepatitis B.

Harbor Hospice will provide services to the terminally ill in their home, wherever home may be. There are times when caring for a loved one at home is simply not possible. When symptoms cannot be managed at home, or when families are having difficulty coping with an in-home death, Harbor Hospice's inpatient facility will provide care in a warm, homelike setting. The beautiful, serene, inpatient facility will offer the comfort of home while providing round-the-clock, expert medical care.


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Advocacy & Human Rights, Community, Women


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Multiple locations Beaumont, TX 77713



  • Family Therapy
  • Elder care
  • Visual Arts
  • Journalism
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Storytelling


  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 10-20 hours per month-depends on the number of patients that you want
  • TB test and Background Check (provided), Covid vaccination documentation or religious or physician exemption letter, a minimum of bi-annual in-service training

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