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.
Come rain, shine, snow or holidays, Comfort Hospice works round the 24-clock to provide hospice support. This Monday, will be no different. However, take a look at The Oregonian’s list of agencies in the Portland area to know who else may/may not be open this President’s Day, and what to expect for transit options.