At Comfort Hospice we care for people near the end of life. We believe in the dignity of each person and the value of each human life. Hospice exists not to postpone death but to help the patient and family to live as fully as possible. Death is not denied but accepted and life is affirmed and lived more fully as a result. Death is a universal fact of life and dying is a natural process. We believe that every person is entitled to participate fully in every part of life in order to prepare for death in a way that is personally satisfactory.
Services are covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most private health insurance.
Just in the off chance you completely missed the news, a total eclipse of the sun is sweeping across parts of Oregon during the morning of Aug. 21. If you’re one of the predicted millions planning to gather up your Bonnie Tyler CDs, special eclipse viewing glasses and the family to head into the nar
Community providers, don't forget about the annual Comfort Hospice Family picnic. Come by with your family and say hello to the staff, volunteers of Comfort and their families between 3-6pm @ Happy Valley Park. BBQ will be going and food will be tasty....oh, and did we mention, you have the chance to win some great raffle prizes :))
The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning this week with peak temps over 105 forecasted for Wednesday and Thursday. Take care of yourself and others during a heat wave: http://bit.ly/2f1HLeQ
•Drink more water than usual.
•Stay out of the sun if possible.
•Check in on elders and vulnerable neighbors.
•Never leave a person, child or a pet in a hot car.
•Take a cool shower or bath.
•Use air conditioning or a fan.
•Wear lightweight and loose clothing.
•Avoid using your stove or oven.