You can prepare for the end of life long before you show the first signs of illness. Advance directives put you in charge of your treatment and care by declaring your preferences in advance, on paper—sparing you and your loved ones the pain of difficult decisions down the road.
Our specially trained Hospice staff and volunteers help make the experience of dying as comfortable and peaceful as possible, and help ease the stress for those caring for a dying loved one. They offer not only expert, compassionate medical care at the end of life, but a listening ear, a shoulder to cry on, and a hand to hold.
Learn more about hospice care at St. Luke's
Grief can feel like a solitary process. It helps to know you’re not alone. When you need a helping hand, seek out the solace of St. Luke’s grief support groups. You’ll be able to talk about your feelings in a safe, welcoming environment and know that you’re being heard.
Find a support group near you