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EVERY MOMENT COUNTS

Hospice Quinte changes the lives of the terminally ill, their families, and the bereaved for the better by offering them support and companionship through visiting hospice services and support groups.

All Hospice Quinte programs and services are provided at no charge by compassionate and well-trained staff and volunteers.

Our service area includes Quinte West, Belleville, Tyendinaga Township, Deseronto, and the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory.

Our mission is to provide hospice palliative care and bereavement support services for our region.

Hospice Quinte has been providing compassionate care in our communities since 1985.

OUR SERVICES

We offer Visiting Hospice, Caregiver Support, and Bereavement Support Services,

as well as Education and Educational Resources about Hospice Care.

LATEST NEWS & INFORMATION

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Volunteering at Hospice Quinte

Volunteers are truly the lifeblood of Hospice Quinte. They are trained, compassionate, and dedicated as they help us to serve the residents of our community. Learn more about the importance of our volunteers, and the different volunteer opportunities available at Hospice Quinte, in this week's Changing Lives Podcast.

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How to Support Someone Whose Lost a Loved One

Supporting someone who has recently lost a loved one can be tough. You don’t want to make things worse or overwhelm them, but you don’t want to disappear or seem unavailable either. So the question is, how do you support someone who has lost a loved one? Learn more in this week's Changing Lives Podcast.

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Hospice Quinte Volunteer Testimonials

Volunteers are necessary for running any not-for-profit organization, and Hospice Quinte is no exception. Learn more about the integral role that volunteers play at Hospice Quinte and listen to their testimonials in this week's Changing Lives Podcast.

CHANGE A LIFE TODAY

“The care of the dying demands all that we can do to enable patients to live until they die.”

–Dame Cicely Saunders