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.
Today is National Volunteer Recognition Day. A reminder for all of us to say “thank you” to all volunteers for their invaluable work and get involved in a volunteer activity. In the world of hospice care, we see firsthand the affect volunteers have on the lives of those who are nearing the end of their own. Ever thought to get involved in something as a volunteer? We are always looking for those who wish to give of their time, for something as special as hospice. Send us a note, or visit our website, and we will get you more info.