Hospice of Humboldt provides heartfelt end of life care and…
- A NEW HOPE. When further treatment is no longer the right answer, Hospice can provide new hope for a comfortable, peaceful end of life with dignity.
- PATIENT CENTERED CARE. Hospice focuses on the patient’s goals and wishes at all times. Whether he or she chooses to die in restful solitude or surrounded by loved ones, at home or in a hospital, Hospice care is always patient-centered.
- CLINICAL EXPERTISE. Our Medical Director and Nursing Staff have specialized training in comfort care and end of life symptom management. Our Medical Social Workers provide support and practical information on issues facing families when a loved one is dying. Our Spiritual Counselors provide solace and a listening heart to all patients, of every denomination, who wish it.
FOR ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS
ABOUT HOSPICE CARE:
Call our Admissions department at 707-445-5042 (weekdays, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) to learn more about our services, eligibility, how Hospice services are paid for or to schedule a free Information Visit. Our staff is available to answer any questions you may have.
Teen Grief Group Eight Week Group begins Wednesday, September 21, 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. The final group meets October 26. The Hospice Grief Support Group for Teens is a safe and supportive environment where teens can share with other teens and participate in art activities that will be focused on healing and honoring loved ones teens have lost. To register, call Autumn or Gretchen at 267-9801.
Community Arts Gathering Solitude and Social Support: Saturday, October 15, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. In grief, as in life, all of us need a balance of solitude and company. The balance is different for each of us, as is how we make the most of being in community and being alone. We will have the opportunity to explore the people in our life, including ourselves, and how best to find healing within our relationships with others and with ourselves. To register, call 707-267-9801.
Free Advance Directive Workshop Saturday, November 12, 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Who will speak for you when you can’t speak for yourself? Led by Hospice Community Outreach Nurse Educator, Karen Giacomini, this workshop will prepare attendees to make choices in advance of a crisis. To register, call 707-445-8443.
Saturday Morning Slipper Club meets at new Hospice offices 3327 Timber Fall Court. Held in Eureka every Saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. in the Grief Support Center, 3327 Timber Fall Court.