To provide end of life care and support to the terminally ill and their loved ones.
Hospice care can be received in your residence, assisted living facility, adult family home, nursing home, or any other facility. Hospice of Spokane’s care team cares for those who aren’t able to remain at home in their final days, caring for them wherever they go. This could mean moving into a nursing home, being admitted to a hospital, or the Spokane Hospice House.
To qualify for Hospice of Spokane’s services your doctor must say that your prognosis is six months or less if the disease runs its normal course. You must desire palliative (comfort) care. Call the Hospice of Spokane admissions office to get help with information about services, qualifications, and payment sources.
Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance policies pay for the hospice care services, medical equipment, and prescription medications related to the terminal illness. If you don’t have insurance- or costs are incurred that are not covered by insurance- Hospice of Spokane has a sliding scare for private pay arrangements.
Hospice of Spokane’s grief support groups are open at no charge to anyone in our community who has lost a loved one. In addition, a variety of free counseling services are available to all community members who have lost a loved one.
Hospice House (South Hill)
367 East 7th Avenue
Located at the corner of Seventh and Chandler.
Hospice House (North Side)
102 West Rhoades Ave.
Located at the corner of Atlantic and Rhoades, just off Division.
Hospice of Spokane is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.