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We are Growing!

Hudson Valley Hospice is growing in order to best serve the needs of patients and familes throughout Dutchess and Ulster Counties. Please visit our Careers Page on this site to learn more about rewarding career opportunites at Hudson Valley Hospice.

Become a Hospice Volunteer

We are now accepting applications for our Spring Volunteer Training. For more information, please click here to read more or call us at in Dutchess County at 485-2273 or in Ulster County 338-2273 and ask to speak to a volunteer coordinator.

End of Life Doula Program

Just as a birth doula may bring greater comfort and deeper meaning to the process of labor and delivery, our end-of-life doulas offer the same for the process of dying.

Dr. Maggie Carpenter Certified as Hospice Medical Director

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Maggie Carpenter was recently granted the Hospice Medical Director Certified credential

Hudson Valley Hospice testimonials and Moments of Life videos

If you want a better understanding of what hospice care is all about, watch this testimonial from one of our patients who offered to talk about his care.

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Children's Grief Support Groups:

Children may need extra help in understanding what death is, coming to terms with its irreversibility, and learning to identiry and express emotions. Our support groups are designed to help school age children address grief ina supportive, theraputic setting with other children. We have ongoing groups starting in September and open to the public in both Dutchess and Ulster Counties. Music, movement, games, arts and crafts, writing and storytelling are just some of the age appropriate activities offered. Please call 845-473-2273, ext. 2209 for information and to register.

Hudson Valley Hospice earns 4 Stars in We Honor Veterans Program

Hudson Valley Hospice has achieved Level 4, the highest level of achievement, in the We Honor Veterans Program, a partnership between the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization(NHPCO) and the Veterans Administration. The program demonstrates Hudson Valley Hospice's continuing commitment and dedication to ensuring Veterans have access to quality end-of-life care.

November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month

Learn more about hospice and see real stories of patients and families showing all that hospice can do to make more meaningful moments possible at www.MomentsofLife.org.

Top 5 Reasons to Choose Hospice

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