Our mission is to improve the quality of life of those with life-limiting illness by providing guidance and warm, loving, supportive help to a dying person and family, and to keep intact the dignity, integrity and personal choices of the individual. One of only a handful of all-volunteer hospice organizations in the country, Hospice of San Juan focuses on the needs of individuals and families trying to cope with the reality of death as an approaching part of life's journey. We offer five main program areas: direct patient care and caregiver respite; grief support; community and volunteer education; Music & Memory matching; and durable medical equipment lending. Founded in 1984 by a group of dedicated island residents, we received non-profit status in 1985 and Federal 501(c) status in 1993 and currently work both independently and alongside Medicare-funded hospice services that come from Skagit County. For more information, call (360) 472-0322 or email email@example.com
During the national pandemic and San Juan County's shelter-in-place order, HSJ continues to provide in-home caregiver respite and durable medical equipment lending. All our volunteers have been trained to safely provide services in the presence of communicable diseases. If you need caregiver respite in these uncertain times, please call us at 360.472.0322 and let us know you need help.
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If you need any of our services, call 360.472.0322 or email firstname.lastname@example.org