Hospice of the Valley’s 45-year history of caring and humbled by the more than 21,000 patients who entrust us with their care each year. Our mission, bringing comfort, dignity and compassionate care to our community, hasn’t wavered in all those years.

Our not-for-profit agency continues to expand care to meet evolving needs–offering home-based primary care to manage acute and chronic illness and improve quality of life. Supportive Home Care provides education, support and coordination of care to maximize symptom management and access to community resources. Supportive Care for Dementia is an in-home program helping patients and families meet the challenges of living well with dementia from diagnosis on. The Hospice of the Valley Dementia Care & Education Campus provides vital resources to everyone in the our community– sharing best practices in dementia care, training a future dementia workforce, supporting family caregivers and enhancing quality of life for people with all types and stages of the disease.

We are honored to have more than 1,500 volunteers supporting our patients. Their companionship, pet and music therapy bring comfort and cheer. Our Shabbat Blessings program brings Sabbath prayers to the bedsides of our patients in our inpatient homes and care facilities. Our tender 11th Hour Companion program provides a specially trained volunteer to vigil with patients and give peace of mind to family members. Volunteers with Saluting Our Veterans pay tribute visits to patients who served our country. We also assist with Healthcare Decision Planning and our Senior Placement Service helps locate living arrangements for those who can no longer manage on their own.

As a non-profit, Hospice of the Valley’s safety net of care extends to those without ability to pay. In 2021, more than $12 million in services were provided to our community. We are committed to serving all who need us. For more information, visit hov.org or call (602) 530-6900 any time of day or night.