Hospice Care

Getting Started

When experiencing a serious illness, there are many obstacles to overcome.

Hospice focuses on what is most important to you and your family. We help make each day its best by caring for the whole person—physically, spiritually and emotionally. Our team is here to guide you through whatever life has in store.

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Who We Are

HopeHealth's hospice team of compassionate professionals are specially trained in caring for people facing serious illness and loss. We are the major teaching affiliate for hospice and palliative medicine for The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Rhode Island.

HopeHealth is a non-profit organization.

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5 reasons to start hospice sooner than you think

Contrary to myth, hospice care is not just for the final days of life. Although many families don’t call hospice until a loved one’s passing is imminent, many say they wish they’d known about hospice sooner.

“HopeHealth gave our family love and grace"

Jon Wish and Ann Wish say they are grateful to HopeHealth for making the end of their mother’s life “really joyous.”

“We wanted to transition mom in the most graceful and loving way possible. That is what [HopeHealth] gave us: love and grace,” Ann explains.

Hear Jon and Ann’s story.

“From the minute we walked through the door [at the HopeHealth Hulitar Hospice Center], we felt hugged – and secure in the knowledge our loved one would be tended to with the utmost respect and dignity. The physical, emotional and spiritual comfort you provided, and witnessing the peace that came to our loved one at day’s end, have allowed me to be at peace as well.”

— Anonymous family caregiver

Here are some examples:

A man in his 80s with CHF who has been hospitalized several times over the past two years

A woman recovering from heart surgery who has not told her family if she would like to be resuscitated to save her life again

A woman with chronic kidney disease whose doctor tells her she will soon need dialysis

A man with dementia whose daughter can no longer leave him home alone safely while she runs errands

A cancer patient who has lost her appetite as a side effect of chemotherapy

A woman who has lived with COPD for five years and now needs her inhaler to climb stairs and do laundry

How We Help

Hospice at Home

Inpatient Care

Veterans’ Services

Spiritual Support

Social Work

Alternative Support Services

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Counseling and Support Groups

Remembrance Events

Community Crisis Intervention and Support

Grief Camps and Retreats

Alternative Grief Support

Grief Support Articles

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How Can We Help?

Contact us at (844) 671-HOPE or Information@HopeHealthCo.org.

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