Home Mahoning County: 330-788-1992
Trumbull County: 330-399-1992
Columbiana County: 330-337-3182
Hospice House: 330-549-5850


  • Attending physician and/or hospice medical director board certified in hospice and pallitave care

  • Skilled visits from nurses specially trained in pain management and symptom control

  • Personal hygiene care provided by certified home health aides

  • Resource assistance and emotional support provided by licensed social workers

  • Compassionate listening and non-judgmental spiritual guidance provided by chaplains

  • Caregiver support provided by trained companion volunteers in the home so the caregiver can attend to matters outside the home

  • Family support services

Hospice Care is available:

Anywhere the patient calls home including:

  • His/her own home, apartment or condo

  • A family member's residence

  • A nursing home or long-term care facility

  • An assisted living facility

  • The hospital

  • The Hospice House

What is Hospice Care?

Hospice is a specialized form of home care which concentrates on comfort-oriented measures for individuals with terminal illnesses.

Electing to receive hospice care does not mean giving up hope. Instead it means curative treatments are no longer effective in arresting the disease's progression.

Hospice House

Hospice House, located on 14 wooded acres with streams and wildlife, has 16 patient rooms on the lower level with garden views.

There also is a family kitchen, a nondenominational chapel, bereavement center, family lounges, community gardens, walking paths and children's play area.

Events Calendar

The Bereavement Department has events scheduled throughout the year to engage both the patients and their families in activities that help them to celebrate life.

Click 'Read More' below to view our interactive calendar.



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