Programs & Services
Update since the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Campbell River Hospice staff and volunteers understand that grieving often begins with the first news of a life-threatening diagnosis and continues throughout the journey that follows. It is important that you and your family are able to talk openly about these experiences, reactions, and feelings. We can help you through your experience by assisting you to deal with the more immediate tasks of living while grieving.
How to get started
You, your loved one, a social worker, nurse or doctor can call us or go online to complete a referral form. Once we know more about you through the referral process, we will create a care plan that will meet your comfort level. During your journey with hospice care, our staff will continue to be involved and change your care plan as needed. In the meantime, you can find many resources on our website.
You can complete an online referral for yourself, a loved one or client. Or if you prefer, you can call us to do a referral over the phone or in person. 250-286-1121
Last January my family had been in contact with hospice to help sort out care for my grandpa as he was growing weaker and sicker. Although our time with hospice was very short the impact from the caring workers was huge. The hospice volunteer walked into a room full of family all worried and bursting with questions and graciously answered every concern or thought we had. She showed my family and grandpa so much respect and care. We were so blown away by the professionalism and compassion shown to us. I could not begin to thank hospice enough for what they do. They join families at a time of such sadness and graciously help guide them to the care that is needed. Thank you for all you do.
Ricci Miller and family