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We are a 501(c)(3) organization located in Southwestern Idaho and Eastern Oregon dedicated to helping all patients receive quality hospice care regardless of their ability to pay. This ability is made possible through the generous donations of many p... Read more
We are a 501(c)(3) organization located in Southwestern Idaho and Eastern Oregon dedicated to helping all patients receive quality hospice care regardless of their ability to pay. This ability is made possible through the generous donations of many people and businesses.
"How people die remains in the memory of those who live on" (Dame Cicely Saunders). To help insure a peaceful passing, the Heart 'n Home Foundation supports patients who have no other means, by covering the direct costs of their hospice services, regardless of their ability to pay.
In addition to providing hospice care for those who would otherwise be unable to pay for it, we also have a Durable Medical Equipment Repurposing shop.
Durable medical equipment and supplies are some of things hospice patients often have a hard time coming up with. Insurance coverage, medicare, and medicaid programs often do not cover the full cost of needed medical equipment. Unfortunately this fact often makes it impossible for many patients to get what they need even though the equipment is so important to the comfort and safety of the patient during the end of life. The Heart 'n Home Foundation helps provide this type of equipment to patients who are in need.
We also can sell or lease these items to anyone needing a bargain! Please come see what we have!
Donating your serviceable medical equipment, once it is no longer needed, is a great way to pay it forward and help us help someone else.