Each year, nearly 6,000 people in our community benefit from our free programs, including counseling, grief support groups, Camp BraveHeart, Weekend of Hope and Healing and remembrance events.
Access to Care
HopeHealth’s mission and commitment to our community means we care for anyone who is eligible to receive services, regardless of their ability to pay.
HopeHealth is a partner in the We Honor Veterans program and offers special support groups, veteran pinning ceremonies and trains veteran volunteers.
Volunteer Training and Education
Volunteers are an integral part of the care team, supporting patients and families through companionship, help with errands and respite care, pet therapy, and sharing special skills like music, reiki or hand massage.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s Services
HopeHealth takes a holistic approach to meeting the unique needs of dementia patients and their caregivers, including providing respite opportunities, support groups and connecting them to community resources.
Our team of 43 providers works throughout our community providing symptom management, advance care planning, emotional and spiritual support, and improved quality of life—so patients with serious illness can live as long and as well as possible.
Pediatric Supportive Services
Pediatric supportive care offers comfort and relief of suffering for patients and families facing some of life’s most difficult moments, all provided by clinicians who understand the needs of children.
Community and Clinical Education
Virtual and in-person courses expand and enrich the depth of knowledge on serious illness, dementia care, palliative care, hospice, home health and grief support for clinicians in our community and beyond.
Over 12 years, volunteer Nancy Reiser shared many gifts with patients and families: compassion, a generous spirit, boundless energy. At the end of life, she made a final gift that will last forever.