Help Us Continue to Provide the Best Hospice Care and Bereavement Services.
Make a contribution to Hospice of Holland now. Why?
- The pandemic has taken a tremendous toll on our ability to continue outreach services that have made us the leading provider of hospice care in West Michigan.
- Our Bereavement Services are provided at no cost to anyone struggling with losing a loved one.
- Medicare/Medicaid and private insurance do not completely reimburse high-quality hospice care. No one should be withheld from receiving the comfort they need due to insurance policies.
- We are a not-for-profit organization, and your contributions are tax-deductible.
What Is Palliative Care?
Hospice of Holland offers Palliative Care Program for patients who are suffering from an advance illness that is serious but not necessarily terminal, or for those not yet ready for hospice care.
During COVID-19, we are accepting new patients daily and continuing to meet the needs of those in our care.
When Should You Contact Hospice?
You can contact us anytime. Hospice care is available to people of all ages, and anyone can call to ask for an evaluation to receive this type of end of life care. Typically, patients become eligible for hospice care when they choose to focus on comfort rather than cure, and when the physician estimates the person’s life expectancy to be months rather than years. Through physical, emotional, and spiritual care, we help patients feel more comfortable, enhance their quality of life, and provide support when it’s needed most.
Where Is Hospice Care Provided?
Hospice of Holland alleviates the strain of caregiving by providing care directly in a patient’s home – whether that be their residence, an assisted living facility, a nursing home, or a hospital. Our service area includes Ottawa, Allegan, Kent, Van Buren and Muskegon counties.