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Mission Statement

Our Mission Statement is simple but powerful: Enriching the lives of those we serve with compassion, respect, excellence and integrity.


Life is much more than physical health; it is also the dignity of the human spirit. When physical health begins to fail, the nurturing of the spirit becomes increasingly important. Hospice care is a service that aids the transition between living and dying by providing respect, care, comfort, and support to patients and families.

Brookdale Hospice volunteers provide important support to the care of our patients and families.

Brookdale Hospice serves primarily residents at Brookdale Senior Living communities and the surrounding neighborhoods. We are CHAP accredited and a member of the NHPCO.

If interested please contact:

Tonya Choate, Volunteer Coordinator
(682) 277-8125



Average Review 2 reviews

Would you recommend Brookdale Hospice DFW?

by Chauntel S. from North Richland Hills, TX (December 19, 2018)
It really doesn't take much effort. It helps my current patient just by holding her hand during tv time. I talk to the other residents in the lobby too so the impact is great because it makes someone's day just to have a simple chat about the day and be a companion.
by Aaron S. (March 5, 2015)
I get to meet great individuals with stories to tell, learn about their lives, and provide companionship. Brookdale Hospice has individuals in need of volunteers all around the Dallas-Forth Worth area which makes the volunteering easy and accessible regardless where one lives. Many people say that hospice is depressing or sad, but when visiting the focus is on enjoying life and sharing wonderful memories.