Grace Hospice provides support for the entire family

Counseling & Comfort

Hospice care is not just for the patient. It also provides emotional support for the entire family. Our care includes a team of doctors, nurses, social workers, counselors, hospice aides, chaplains, and trained volunteers. They work together focusing on the patient’s needs, whether physical, psychological, or spiritual.

counselingcomfortHere is a list of services available to Medicare hospice recipients:

  • Physician services for the medical direction of the patient’s care
  • Regular home visits by registered nurses and licensed vocational nurses, hospice aides, and homemakers
  • Social work and chaplain visits to assist with final arrangements and bereavement care afterwards
  • Medical equipment such as hospital beds and oxygen
  • Medical supplies such as bandages and catheters
  • Medications delivered to the home for symptom control and pain relief
  • Volunteer support to assist patients and loved ones
  • Physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, and dietary counseling as needed




"Thank y’all for all y’all did for my mother. We couldn’t have gone this far without each one of you. Thank You."

P.G. (daughter)

News & Events

Grace Hospice is Looking for Volunteers
Thursday, November 10th, 2016

Grace Hospice is looking for volunteers. The goal of Grace Hospice is to provide comfort and a quality of life to those in the last chapter of theirs. Free training is available. Read full article


Grace Hospice is headquartered in Troy, Michigan. We provide hospice services, palliative care and bereavement support to patients and their entire family in over 20 locations nationwide.