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A Different Kind of Hospice
Hospice Caring provides caring, compassionate, practical and high-quality,
non-medical support services, without charge, to
adults and children facing a life-threatening illness or grieving the death of a loved one.
Since 1989, Hospice Caring, Inc., has been the only
nonmedical volunteer hospice in Montgomery County
providing practical and emotional support without charge to
terminally ill adults and children and their families,
and to people grieving the death of a loved one. Hospice
patient and family caregiving program of practical
and emotional support
bereavement support groups
bereavement programs through Good Grief Clubs in
schools and at Camp Caring, a weekend summer camp.
If you are facing
life-threatening illness in your family or are grieving
the death of a loved one, we invite you to
contact Hospice Caring. We can help.
“It’s amazing that people we did not know could
come into our home and do so much to support us in our worst
time. Your organization is an extraordinary one.” --Family
Carl M. Freeman Foundation’s FACES grant
Hospice Caring is honored to be a
recipient of the 2012 Carl M. Freeman Foundation’s FACES grant (Freeman
Foundation Assists Communities with Extra Support) to fund our Patient
and Family Program Services.
Hospice Caring is honored to be the first grant recipient, eWomen
Network Montgomery, from the eWomen Network Foundation.
Our Ask Penny button reaches Penny Gladhill,
one of the founders of Hospice Caring and currently the Co-Director of
Bereavement Services, who is available to answer your questions
about Hospice Caring.
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For more information,
call 301-869-HOPE (4673)
Hospice Caring, Inc.
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