Audrain, (portion) Boone, Cooper, Cole, Callaway (portion), Gasconade, Maries, Moniteau, Montgomery, Pettis (eastern portion), Phelps and Osage
We're here help you and your family make the most of the time you have together. Our care begins with listening. When we understand your needs and values, you receive a more meaningful level of support.
Care includes physical, spiritual and practical support for patients and their families. Call us to learn about our Medicare-approved support available in your home, a nursing facility or wherever you call home.
- 24/7 access to care
- Home medical equipment delivered to you
- Medications and personal supplies related to the hospice diagnosis
- Care coordinated with your doctor
- Hospice aides to help with the tasks of daily living
- Top-level status with We Honor Veterans
- Respite care (relief) for family caregivers
- Spiritual care and support
- Ongoing grief support
Palliative care helps people with a serious illness feel better; physically, emotionally and spiritually. It focuses on improving quality of life at any stage of an illness.
- Managing complex symptoms to your preferred level
- Medical support for shortness of breath
- Help with fatigue, anxiety or sleep problems
- Managing constipation
- Managing nausea or loss of appetite
- Spiritual care and medical social services
Palliative care can begin as soon as someone is diagnosed with an illness. It does not signal that a person is giving up hope for recovery or a cure.
Each day, hospice volunteers touch the lives of our patients and their families. Whether reading to a patient, preparing a meal for a family or cleaning up around the house, each gesture makes a meaningful impact on those we serve.
Whether you volunteer behind the scenes at the office or one-on-one with families, you are a valuable member of our hospice team. All volunteers receive free training at a local office.
- Requirements for hospice and palliative care volunteers
- Hospice volunteer training
- Volunteer opportunities
- Our locations