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Mission Statement

The vision of hospice is to profoundly enhance the end of life for people by ensuring access to exceptional quality care. Our mission is to provide hospice services through leadership and trust to foster innovation and continual improvement by encouraging creativity and openness. We pledge to value one another through loyalty, respect and dignity. Integrity, fairness and kindness are an integral part in all of our business decisions.


We honestly believe that each of our patients deserve the highest respect and service possible. We believe that every hospice patient who would benefit from and request the service of a volunteer should have one assigned.

Volunteers are as as diverse as our patient population. Many patients dearly need to continue familiar activities. They have a wealth of experience and wisdom. You will definitely have an impact on our patients lives. Art, music, puzzles, conversation, crafts, laughter, drawing and other activities are all activities enjoyed by our patients. Others like to be read to or receive positive thoughtful expressions or quotes. Each visit is coordinated by the volunteer, the patient and the volunteer coordinator.

Volunteers must have a background check and 12 hours of training to get started. All these hours count toward your volunteer time.

Volunteers may work one to 8 hours per week and are asked for a six month commitment for patient continuity.
Service to others as they pass into their afterlife is a noble and sacred experience.


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