The Virginia Hospice Awareness Campaign is made possible thanks to a grant from Aetna. The goal is to make Virginians aware of the difference nonprofit hospice providers can make in caring for patients and families through our #JointMission to care for all regardless of race, citizenship status or ability to pay.
To learn more about Virginia’s nonprofit hospice organizations, please review their profiles below.
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Virginia Counties Capital Caring Health Serves: , Loudoun County, Prince William County, Fauquier County, Fairfax, Falls Church, Manassas, Manassas Park
About Capital Caring Health: Capital Caring Health is a not-for-profit, community-based organization founded in the nation’s capital in 1977. Capital Caring Health is one of the most experienced and respected providers in the nation of advanced illness, hospice, and elder care, including primary care at home. Our care for children with life–limiting disease is one of the largest on the East Coast. Additional services focus on the special care needs of veterans and those with heart failure and end-stage lung disease. More than $3 million annually funds care for those who lack coverage or the necessary financial resources for services. Over the years, Capital Caring Health has provided hospice, palliative care, and counseling to nearly 120,000 patients and their families through our regional neighborhood network across Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.
24/7 Phone Number: (540) 313-9200
Virginia Counties Blue Ridge Hospice Serves: Blue Ridge Hospice provides care and support in a 2,200-square-mile service area across the northern Shenandoah Valley and northwestern Virginia. We serve Frederick, Clarke, Shenandoah, Warren, Loudoun, and Page counties, and parts of Rappahannock and Fauquier counties.
About Blue Ridge Hospice: With a mission of brightening life’s journey with quality and compassionate care for all whom we are privileged to serve, Blue Ridge Hospice is dedicated to providing the highest-quality, compassionate serious illness and end-of-life care, and grief support. As a 4-star rated provider with a 40+ year history of serving the northern Shenandoah Valley and northwestern Virginia, Blue Ridge Hospice consistently rates among the best hospice providers in the state. At Blue Ridge, our hearts beat with compassion and empathy. Our promise, “Caring for life”, signifies our dedication to the full journey of life, not just the end. We are there for you, every step of the way, helping you make every moment count.
24/7 Phone Number: 540-463-1848
Virginia Counties ConnectionsPlus Serves: Lexington, Buena Vista, Rockbridge County, Covington, Alleghany County, Bath County, and the surrounding areas.
About ConnectionsPlus Healthcare: In 2024 ConnectionsPlus Healthcare and Hospice (formerly Rockbridge Area Hospice + Mountain Regional Hospice) will celebrate forty years of service to our community. We grew organically from this community to serve our neighbors. We have deep roots here and we care deeply for the people. Our volunteers and employees are local. They share this area’s spirit of service – using their skills and talents to help their neighbors. Over the decades, our homegrown organization has earned the respect of the local and regional healthcare community, and we are proud of our Five-Star Medicare rating, placing us in the top 10% of hospices in the country. Our name may have changed, but our mission remains the same: to keep patients with serious illness comfortable at home and help them remain engaged with their faith, friends and pastimes for as long as they can. Instead of giving up on life while they’re still living, we connect patients and their families with remarkable resources for answering their physical, emotional, spiritual and practical needs. This extra layer of care brings a great sense of peace to both the patient and family. We are neighbors helping neighbors, since 1984.
24/7 Phone Number: 804-526-4300
Virginia Counties Crater Community Hospice Serves: Amelia, Powhatan, Brunswick, Nottoway, Chesterfield, Henrico, Hanover, New Kent, Charles City, Dinwiddie, Prince George, Sussex, Surrey, Southampton, Greensville, Richmond, Petersburg, Colonial Heights, Hopewell
About Crater Community Hospice: As a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization, Crater Community Hospice is governed by a local Volunteer Board of Directors and an appointed Chief Executive Officer who is responsible for the day to day management of the organization. Board members live and work in the areas we serve as do our staff and volunteers. With a vested interest in the community, we strive to provide not only high-quality hospice services but also multiple community services necessary to improve upon the overall quality of life to all who reside in the area.
Our team members are highly respected in the community for their professionalism, knowledge and expertise. Health care professionals and others in the community often call upon our staff for advice in assisting with situations prior to the actual referral for hospice services.
24/7 Phone Number: 757-967-9251
Virginia Counties Edmarc Serves: Charles City County, Chesapeake, Franklin, Gloucester, Hampton, Isle of Wight, James City County, Mathews, New Kent County, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Smithfield, Southhampton, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, and York County
About Good Edmarc: Edmarc is a nonprofit organization established in 1978 that provides pediatric hospice and palliative care through a family-centered approach. Edmarc’s interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, social workers, and bereavement counselors offers compassionate support for children with life-threatening conditions and their families. Services are provided at no cost to families and are funded entirely through community donations. For more information, visit www.edmarc.org.
24/7 Phone Number: 540-776-0198
Virginia Counties Good Sam Serves: Roanoke, Roanoke City, Salem, Franklin, Floyd, Montgomery, Craig, Botetourt, Bedford, Henry, Patrick, Carroll, Pulaski, Wythe, Bland, and Giles
About Good Samaritan: Since 1992, Good Sam has been the only non-profit, community based hospice serving southwest Virginia. Every decision we make is guided by our mission, with the goal of providing the best care, not gaining the most profit. In complement to our home hospice and palliative care services, in 2024 we open our Center for Caring, the only free standing hospice house in the region.
24/7 Phone Number: 703-578-7108
Virginia Counties Goodwin Hospice Serves: Arlington, Alexandria, Annandale, Burke, Dunn Loring, Fairfax, Fairfax City, Falls Church, Mclean, Merrifield, Springfield, Vienna
About Goodwin Hospice: Goodwin Hospice has provided quality care for more than two decades. We bring compassionate comfort and support to those ages 18 and older who are facing the end of life and wish to live out their days on their own terms. You and your loved ones can count on our dedicated team that includes physicians, registered nurses, licensed clinical social workers, spiritual counselors and bereavement counselors — who all have specialized training in end-of-life care. Our nonprofit, Medicare-certified service supports people throughout Northern Virginia, both in their private homes and in health care facilities. Our services are covered under Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance plans and we provide bereavement services as well as doula services funded through generation donors to the Goodwin Living Foundation. Goodwin Hospice is owned and operated by Goodwin Living, a senior living and health care services organization that has been uplifting the lives of older adults and those who care for them since 1967 in Northern Virginia.
24/7 Phone Number: 800-975-5501
Virginia Counties Hospice of the Piedmont Serves: Albemarle, Augusta, Buckingham, Charlottesville, Culpeper, Fauquier, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Madison, Nelson, Orange, Rappahannock, Staunton, and Waynesboro
About Hospice of the Piedmont: Hospice of the Piedmont (HOP) is a community-based nonprofit that has offered expert care and peaceful resolution to Virginia families for over 40 years. Based in Charlottesville, HOP cares for patients with serious illness and their families during the final months of life, and offers grief and bereavement services to the entire community. Visit hopva.org or call 434-817-6900 to learn more about how HOP is changing the conversation about death and dying.