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Livingston County Hospice offers hope for patients and their families...
...hope for comfor and quality of life
...hope for a peaceful death
...hope for memories that comfort those left behind.
Dying is a process that affects the body, mind and spirit. Hospice professionals and volunteers work as a team to provide physical, emotional and spiritual care for each individual patient and family.
Livingston County Hospice is a not-for-profit agency established in 1993 to serve area neighborhoods and communities. We understand dying as a unique part of life that calls for a blend of compassion and comfort care while the natural process moves forward. We offer individuals the opportunity to remain at home, cared for by friends and family, while receiving support and services focused upon comfort and quality of life. As the only certified hospice in the county, Livingston County Hospice serves and guides more than 180 area families annually through the final phase of life.
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