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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

Hope Hospice is a compassionate team of professionals 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.

Hope Hospice is a non-profit organization, part of the HopeHealth family of services.

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“HopeHealth gave our family love and grace"

Jon Wish and Ann Wish say they are grateful to Hope Hospice 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 [Hope Hospice] gave us: love and grace,” Ann explains.

Hear Jon and Ann’s story.

When public figures choose comfort care at end of life

In recent months, America has witnessed three public figures choose comfort care in their last days of life: Barbara Bush, Aretha Franklin and Senator John McCain. Although we don’t know exactly when during the course of their illness they chose to suspend curative treatment, we do know that each of them wanted to spend their last days at home with...

“From the minute we walked through the door [at the Philip 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

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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