HopeHealth's Statement of Purpose
HopeHealth’s purpose is woven into the fabric of everything we do. It’s what keeps us moving together as one, with a unified heart. Our statement of purpose is:
We offer our skills and hearts to help patients and families live each day with hope and dignity.
DEI Statement of Commitment
HopeHealth is committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. We believe attracting, developing and empowering exceptional people will allow us to continue to deliver the best care for our patients and families.
Proud partners in serving LGBT elders
HopeHealth is honored to have been awarded the highest level certification for specialized training of staff on cultural issues and sensitivities around sexual orientation and gender identification. More than 80% of our staff completed SAGECare training, developed by SAGE, the country’s oldest and largest LGBT advocacy and services organization.
Caring Every Step of the Way
HopeHealth is a non-profit organization serving thousands of people each year in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Our caregivers support patients and their families through all stages of illness, providing hospice care, palliative care, home care, and dementia and Alzheimer’s support services and grief support.
It's helpful to think of our stages of care along a continuum:
Patients heal in the comfort of their own home with the help of our home care care professionals. The goal of home care is to heal and regain independence after an injury, or while recovering from an illness or medical procedure.
Our palliative care services focus on lessening the symptoms and stress of a serious illness. The objective is to help individuals live as long and as well as possible. Palliative care providers are pillars of support to help families understand care options and other complexities that may arise during stressful times.
Hospice care ensures that a patient and their loved ones receive compassionate care. Comfort care is appropriate when a serious illness advances and the effort shifts from curing and recovery to comfort and support for the patient and family. Our hospice care team can provide spiritual, emotional and physical care in home, nursing home, assisted living and inpatient settings.
Grief is complex and very personal. HopeHealth is proud to offer more grief support groups in Rhode Island and Massachusetts than any other organization. Our groups are led by specially-trained faciliatators and are free and open to the community. We also offer a variety of other grief support services focused on specific needs of caregivers and types of loss.
Superior Quality and Expertise
Ensuring Top Care for Patients and Caregivers
HopeHealth Community VNA and our Massachusetts hospice team have each earned the prestigious SHPBEST TM Superior Performer Award in home health and hospice care. This distinction is given to agencies throughout the country that rank in the top 20% for patient and caregiver satisfaction.
Increasing access to care is critical to our mission, and we can’t do it alone. To identify, reach and serve more people, we collaborate with physicians, hospitals, skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, community health centers, home health agencies and other community organizations. Together, we can do so much more to help people living with a serious illness.
Our partner organizations include Lifespan (including Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital, Newport Hospital, the Lifespan Cancer Institute and Lifespan ACO), Coastal Medical, Brown Medicine in greater Providence, RI, South County Hospital in Wakefield, RI, and Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro, MA.
HopeHealth is a member of the National Partnership for Healthcare and Hospice Innovation.