Hospice Support Care
Who We Are
Hospice Support Care (HSC) offers a free bereavement program for adults who are grieving the loss of a family member, friend, neighbor, co-worker. Trained volunteers and staff maintain regular phone contact with the bereaved to listen, reassure and refer as needed. Skilled facilitators volunteer their time to conduct grief workshops for adults and children. One to one visitations are made, annual memorial services, as well as support groups. In addition to HSC surviving hospice families, bereavement services are open to the community at large.
Family Care Program provides emotional support, practical assistance, spiritual care ad advocacy to individuals and families who face life-threatening illness. Services could include transportation, respite care, household tasks, listening, meal preparation and patient advocacy. Volunteers and staff work with family in attempt to strengthen family unit by working to reduce their fears and help them re-establish control over their lives.
Referrals will be accepted only with the full knowledge and consent of the patient/family. Community education is an important function of HSC. A resource lending library which is open to the public is maintained. Speakers from Hospice Support Care "Volunteer Voices" are available to come and speak to your staff, organization, business or church group and present information on end of life issues, hospice, palliative care and other related topics. Call Anjela Eubank to schedule speaking engagements at 540-710-0480.
Hospice Support Care, Inc. (HSC) is a volunteer oriented program offered, free of charge, to anyone needing our patient or bereavement services.