We provide heartfelt end of life care and
grief support services to all who need them in northern Humboldt County.

Hospice means…

A new hope 

When further treatment is no longer the right answer, Hospice can provide new hope for a comfortable, peaceful, and dignified end of life.

Patient centered care

We focus 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

Hospice Physicians and Nursing Staff have specialized training in palliative (comfort) care, pain control, and symptom management. Our Medical Social Workers provide emotional support and practical information on issues facing families when a loved one is dying.  Our Chaplains are nondenominational spiritual guides who provide solace and a listening heart to all patients, of every denomination, who wish it. Our trained Patient Care Volunteers provide companionship and support to patients and families when needed.

We envision a community in which no one dies alone or afraid
and all who grieve are comforted.

For more information about Hospice and our services, click here or call our Admissions department at 707-445-5042.

For more information about Grief Support Services, click here or call our Grief Support department at 707-267-9801.

We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our staff is always available to answer any questions you may have about our services, eligibility, how Hospice is paid for, or to schedule a free consultation.

“You matter because you are you, and you matter until the last moment of your life. We will do all we can not only to help you die peacefully, but also to live until you die.”
-Dame Cicely Saunders,
founder of the hospice movement

Providing Heartfelt Care & Support Since 1979