The Hospice Society of Camrose & District is a non-residential hospice (we do not yet have a free-standing building, but are working on it) offering programs and supports to those living in east-central Alberta.
It is our intention to empower and encourage our community as its members navigate the experiences of life-limiting illnesses, end-of-life care, and bereavement and grief.
Anyone, of any age, with a life-limiting illness may access our palliative support programs. As well, bereavement and grief supports are available to all ages through the Grief & Bereavement Coordinator.
PALLIATIVE SUPPORT Trained HSCD volunteers provide bedside and in-home companionship, emotional support, relief for caregivers, sitting vigil, and access to resources.
N-CARE (Navigating, Connecting, Accessing, Resourcing, and Engaging) endeavors to improve the quality of life of adults living at home with a chronic/ life-limiting illness.
GRIEF SUPPORT Grief-support programs are available to any in need, and include:
- Men’s Cooking Circle
- Grief Companioning Program
- Grief-Support Walking Group
- Bereavement and Grief Workshop
- One-on-one Consultation
- Online and Print Resources