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124 S. Howell St.
Hillsdale, MI 49242

 

When a cure is no longer attainable, Hospice neither hastens nor postpones death, but strives to validate a life, provide comfort, and promote emotional healing for patient and family.

ABOUT US
CONTACT US

Phone: (517) 437-5252

On-call Nurse: (517) 398-4380

Fax: (517) 437-5253

Email: hospiceofhillsdalecounty@gmail.com

SUPPORT GROUPS

Our free support group is held weekly and is open to the public, as well as our hospice patients’ families. It is held in a relaxed, comfortable setting where participants learn about grief while helping and supporting each other. 

Grief Support Brochure

BEREAVEMENT GROUPS

We are concerned about anyone in our community who has suffered a loss. Grief is a valuable part of life and losing a loved one can be very challenging. Our bereavement counseling program can help those who are grieving by giving them the tools to adjust, heal and regain the ability to cope with daily living without their loved one. This can be accomplished with group or one- on-one counseling. 

CHILD GRIEF SUPPORT

Hospice of Hillsdale County offers a one-day grief camp for children each year in June. The campers are offered structured and free-time activities designed to show them that they can gain the “COURAGE” to cope with their loss. A bereavement counselor and adult volunteers are present to monitor and reach out to any children who may need more in-depth help with their healing process. Activities include swimming, zip-line, crafts, music therapy, a discussion about funerals, and a reptile sanctuary. Each child selects a handmade quilt donated by community quilters to take home with them. Parents/guardians are encouraged to attend. The day closes with an evening lakeside memorial service. The children LOVE THIS CAMP!  

2019 Camp Courage Photos

GRIEF SUPPORT

Grief is a personal experience and each person grieves differently. A variety of grief support services and programs are available to hospice families for 14 months after their loss as well as anyone in the community having experienced the loss of a loved one.
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