Hospice Family Services.

Areas of Specialization.

Spiritual Support

Spiritually sensitive hospice care occurs through patient relationships with staff who can discern, assess, and help meet patients’ spiritual needs at the end-of-life. Learn more.


Bereavement Support


Bereavement counselors provide education about normal grief and shares suggestions about what might help you through the grief process. They can even help you figure out ways to help other family members through grief. Learn More.

Respite Care

Respite care is a gift of time for rest, given by professionals, other family members or volunteers to the primary caregivers. Learn More.


Psycho-social Services

Emotional and Spiritual support is available to the patient and their family in order to address all of their emotional/spiritual needs. Clergy and other spiritual counselors are available to visit you or a loved one and provide spiritual support at home.

Hospice Family Services


St. Luke Missionary Hospice excels in quality, compassionate care for those facing a life-limiting illness. We do so by providing expert medical care, pain management, and emotional and spiritual support expressly tailored to the patients needs and wishes.  Support is provided to the patient’s loved ones as well.

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For the Patient


St. Luke Missionary Hospices physical, emotional and spiritual care encourages personal choices, supports meaningful experiences, promotes independence and provides an additional blanket of patient and family support.

Patient Services
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For the Family


We understand that the challenges you face can be extremely emotional and confusing. We welcome and encourage the involvement of family and friends at every step along the way. Our services not only support the patient, but their family members as well.


Family Services