Grace Hospice spiritual care provides the peace and foundation for new or renewed connections. These connections may evolve into a deeper understanding of what is important in relationships with God and family.
Our hospice chaplain and spiritual care team can serve patients and their families in a variety of ways. Individual spiritual points of view are maintained, regardless of religion or cultural background. The chaplain will listen to life stories and talk about the roles of spirituality in illness, suffering, and healing.
Grief Support Services
The grief journey for each person is as unique as the individual themselves. This process may begin as soon as your loved one signs on to hospice services. At Grace Hospice, grief support is available to families from the start of care by our hospice team members, and if desired, additional assistance may be provided by our grief support staff.
We continue to offer our bereavement services throughout the first 13 months after your loved one’s passing. This support can occur in a variety of ways such as grief education mailings, phone calls, and one-to-one grief counseling, as preferred by each family member. We are also available to assist you in connecting to additional community resources.
Grace Grief Notes Newsletter
Grief Education Resources
The moment Mom chose was a moment when her kids weren't there—I am not sure if that was on purpose or not. It is good to know that you were there, praying with her, singing to her, and caring for her in that moment. It's a gift we will never forget.
—Marty and family