Insiders Edition #1

Loss doesn’t mean you have to feel lonely. Mt Hood Hospice offers a variety of free opportunities to connect with others in similar situations as you. These opportunities include educational groups, social hours for open conversation, Facebook groups and more! There...

Caring with Confidence

Mt. Hood Hospice is a non-profit organization that has been providing hospice care to the community for the past 41 years.  We boast an amazing staff, many of whom have been here for years.  Our nurses are among the best in the hospice care community, and we often...

When Is Right Time for Hospice Services?

Many people ask, “When is the right time for hospice services?” The short answer is: Maybe sooner than you think. Probably the most common misconception about hospice is that hospice care is only for people who are days or weeks away from death. This is not true....

Grief and the Holidays

The holidays and end of the year can be difficult. Surrounded by messages of being together and expectations of joy and celebration, those grieving can feel more isolated and alone as they navigate the holidays without loved ones. It’s important we give ourselves...

Hospice Volunteer Training

Make a difference in your community by becoming a hospice volunteer! What does it look like to volunteer for hospice? Hospice volunteers come from various backgrounds; some have had experience with hospice when a family member was on service, others have worked in the...

Proud Partner of We Honor Veterans

November is a time we formally honor our Veterans for Veterans’ Day. Being a hospice care provider, we also celebrate National Hospice and Palliative Care Month. How do these two go together? The NHPCO in collaboration with the Department of Veterans Affairs developed...

Pet Peace of Mind: Keeping Pets and Patients Together

You are still in your pajama’s, hair messed up, your forgot to put your dentures in…but guess who is thrilled to see you? Pets don’t care where you live or what you look like, they love you no matter what. That’s unconditional love. Why is a hospice talking about...

Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day

As part of the “We Honor Veterans” program we are proud to honor our veteran patients and all those who served. Over 30% of Mt. Hood Hospice patients are veterans and our compassionate staff are educated in their unique needs. Tuesday, March 29 is “National Vietnam...

About Mt. Hood Hospice

Mt. Hood Hospice has been providing care and bereavement support to families in Multnomah and Clackamas Counties for over 40 years. We are a not-for-profit, free standing, independent, community-based hospice.

Mt. Hood Hospice was the first free-standing hospice in Oregon to be granted Medicare certification in 1987. Since that time we have stayed current in compliance with changing CMS regulations while remaining true to our original ideal: to provide the highest quality care to families coping with life-limiting illness, emphasizing comfort, dignity and choice.

Because every day is a gift

MT. HOOD HOSPICE CELEBRATES 40 YEARS!

We are a not-for-profit Hospice that provides quality care for terminally ill patients and their loved ones, regardless of their ability to pay.

Living with a Terminal Illness

When a loved one is diagnosed with a terminal illness, the lives of those close to them are impacted as well. It's important to learn as much as you can about the illness. The more information you have, the more in control you will feel. Learn more.

What You Need to Know

Hospice care is covered 100% by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance. You can choose your hospice! Every Medicare beneficiary with Part A entitlement has a Medicare Hospice Benefit allowing them services from ANY Medicare certified hospice. This is regardless of their enrollment in any HMO. We care for people in residential facilities as well as at home. Learn more.

Kind Words From Our Families

Watch this one-minute video testimonial and hear why families choose Mt. Hood Hospice.

Medicare

We are proud to share our Medicare survey found us to be in full compliance with all state and federal hospice rules!

 

Time Of Remembering Event

View the 2021 Time of Remembering video. 

2022 Time of Remembering details are available. Submit photos and names by October 17, 2022. 

Support Groups

Grief Support Contact

Registration is required prior to meetings. Contact Laura Lirette to register,
503-668-5545
llirette@mthoodhospice.org

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