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Helping Hands and Hearts Hospice 

The Hospice Philosophy

Traditionally, hospice was a medieval name for a way station for weary pilgrims and travelers where they could be cared for and replenished. Today, the term is used to describe an organized program of care for people going through life's last station. Hospice exists to affirm life and death with dignity by providing support and care for persons in the last phases of incurable disease so that they can live as fully and as comfortably as possible.

Hospice care focuses on two main goals: relieving pain and other symptoms associated with advanced illness; and providing supportive care to the patient and family.

Helping Hands and Hearts Hospice supports the dying person's choice to remain at home and die there. Hospice personnel help patients and their families with the grieving that occurs during the patient's last illness and continues to be available throughout the mourning process.

For more information, see the "Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)" page.

To contribute to the Helping Hands and Hearts Hospice, please print, complete and FAX, mail the contribution form to or drop it by:

Helping Hands and Hearts Hospice
456 Plantation Drive
Lake Jackson, Texas 77566
Phone: 979-297-3775
FAX: 979-297-2774

Contribution Form 

Page Last Updated: 22-Feb-2017




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