Hospice of Homer
Hospice of Homer was started in 1985 after Jean Hatfield, a community member experienced the caring support of a hospice program in another part of the country. She decided that we needed the same level of care in the Homer area. To lay the groundwork for the program, Jean formed a committee of community members, many of whom had experienced firsthand the stress of caring for a terminally ill family member. The founders envisioned a personal, neighbor-helping-neighbor program. Today Hospice continues to live out that vision offering a coordinated program of non-medical, supportive care that encompasses the physical, psychological, social, spiritual and emotional needs of those facing life-threatening illness or the transition process of dying. Read More »
30 Year Anniversary Open HouseCelebrate Hospice
Saturday, August 8 from 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
at 265 E. Pioneer Avenue, Suite 3.
(Next to Captain’s Coffee.)
Community members are invited to the CELEBRATE HOSPICE at our 30-Year Anniversary Open House. The celebration will include music by local musicians and warm camaraderie, as well as great food and beverages. There will also be a few surprises. Bring a friend. Hospice is proud to celebrate our 30th anniversary of serving our local friends and neighbors, always free of charge, and always with love and compassion. Whether or not you can join us on August 8, we greatly appreciate your continued financial support of our Hospice of Homer family and welcome a donation. What makes Hospice and all we do possible is YOU. Your contribution of time, equipment, financial support, and your compassion allows us to carry out our mission.