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Crossroads Hospice

Cause Area

  • Advocacy & Human Rights
  • Animals
  • Arts & Culture
  • Community
  • Faith-Based


8582 Katy Fwy suite 225Pearland, TX 77584 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

We are a collective team of healthcare professionals and volunteers that desire to provide premier end of life care to those who have been diagnosed with a life limiting illness. We provide a wholistic approach in collaboration with the patient’s circle of support.


Hospice - or "comfort" - care is used to describe an approach to healthcare that is specifically designed to support the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those who have life-limiting illnesses or conditions.

Hospice can be offered in a patient’s home or a care facility. It is designed to provide emotional support to patients and families, and to educate caregivers so that they are able to provide physical care to their loved one. Hospice care provides compassionate care and support for those in the last stage of life so that they may live as fully and comfortably as possible.

Hospice is a physician-directed, nurse-coordinated, interdisciplinary approach to patient care. Hospice team members can include a registered nurse, a medical director, a home health aide, a social worker, a spiritual care coordinator, a volunteer and your attending physician, if he or she remains involved in your car


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by Sabrina F. (May 20, 2022)
Worst place to volunteer! Worst volunteer coordinator ever, asks for unencrypted social security card over email, doesn't know how to chart (sent wrong instructions too) and blames the volunteer for not knowing how. There were numerous other issues as well, far too many to list, but best thing to do, avoid this place and contact any other hospice and they will treat you better. And I have volunteered for other hospices before. I can't imagine being a patient here, or having a loved one as a patient here. The administration acts like a high school clique, something you don't have to deal with as a volunteer. Also why they have trouble recruiting volunteers.

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