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    Hospice at Home
    Professional, compassionate medical and comfort care in your own home
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    Casey House
    A warm, home-like facility for hospice patients.
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    Grief & Loss
    Montgomery Hospice helps families and community members with grief and loss.
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    Award
    Montgomery Hospice receives Nonprofit Impact Award
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    Montgomery Kids
    Compassionate care for children, infants through young adults, who have a life-limiting illness.
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    Donate & Support
    Your donations allow us to offer the highest level of care regardless of ability to pay.

Montgomery Hospice is a nonprofit hospice serving residents of Montgomery County, Maryland.
Our team of doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, spiritual counselors, social workers, certified nursing assistants, bereavement counselors and volunteers works with our patients and their families to provide quality end-of-life care in homes, extended care facilities and at Casey House, our acute care facility.

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Understanding Hospice

Hospice care focuses on medical and personal comfort for people of any age with an advanced illness in the last months or days of life.

Call Montgomery Hospice anytime to learn about hospice care. A patient can be admitted to hospice when the patient chooses hospice.

Montgomery Hospice is an independent nonprofit organization that has been providing hospice care to Montgomery County since 1981.

Services

Hospice at Home

Professional, compassionate medical and comfort care in homes. Learn More

Casey House

A warm, home-like facility for hospice patients. Learn More

Grief

Montgomery Hospice helps families and community members with grief and loss. Learn More

Montgomery Kids

Compassionate care for children, infants through young adults, who have a life-limiting illness. Learn More

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A Montgomery Hospice Story

Most of my time as a Montgomery Hospice volunteer has been spent visiting elderly patients in nursing homes. It takes so little to put a smile on a nursing home patient's face. During my visits with these lovely people, we sometimes watch TV together or we talk; at other times, we sit in companionable silence. I decided to be a Montgomery Hospice volunteer because my mother's life ended while she was in hospice care, supported by the wonderful staff. As I visit with patients in nursing homes, I want to share with them the same reassurance, compassion and respect that “gentled” my mother’s journey.

Diane
 

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I want to make a difference for those living with serious illness & loss in Montgomery County.

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