Named for end-of-life care visionary Jean Lovejoy, Lovejoy Hospice was founded in 1981 and serves Oregon’s Josephine, Jackson, and Douglas counties. Our goal is to provide care and support for individuals and families facing life-limiting conditions. We focus on comfort and relief of symptoms, emphasizing the quality rather than the duration of life. We treat the person, not the disease, making the best of each unique person’s remaining time. We also provide bereavement support to families and friends of our patients, as well as to the community at large.
You can help ease the pain of a terminally ill patient, support a grieving child, and give hope to a surviving spouse. Gifts may be used to help fund bereavement programs and other services and support for patients, families, and our community. No one is refused service because of a lack of financial resources – you can help keep that legacy alive with your donation… Read More.
You can help ease the pain of an ininsured terminally ill patient, support a grieving child, and give hope to a surviving spouse. Gifts may be used to help support patients, families, and our community and to fund bereavement programs and other services. No one is refused service because of a lack of financial resources; you can help keep that legacy alive with your donation… Read More.
LoveJoy Hospice is a non-profit organization that serves patients through a combination of professional and volunteer caregivers. No one is refused service because of lack of financial resources. Donations of time and money help us to ensure that everyone face with a life-limiting condition can receive our support “I get more than i give through my volunteering at LoveJoy Hospice.”-Volunteer at LoveJoy Hospice
Our volunteers form the backbone of the care we provide. They bring a variety of special interests, skills, and gifts. We hope YOU want to join the outstanding Lovejoy Hospice Care Team. We have volunteer opportunities for Teens, Adults, and Small Groups. There are lots of opportunities for volunteers to help, choose what fits best for you: Care Relieve caregivers by sitting with patients and talking,… Read More.