Community Hospice often hears from families we have had the honor of supporting and from community members who share our belief that every person deserves dignity at the end of their life. Below are some kind words shared by community residents. We encourage you to participate and share how we have helped you during your time of need.
“The caring, knowledgeable folks at Community Hospice made it possible for me to bring my mother home from the hospital to spend her final weeks with her family. Their team ensured that mom was comfortable and had everything she needed to transition peacefully. They made sure I knew what to expect, how to handle difficult situations and had access to available support systems. Community Hospice’s 24 hour call-center provided a trained team member to answer questions, offer solutions and advise me through crises.” – Joy Warren Mastache, Modesto
“I give my love and support and my intellectual, emotional and spiritual energy to help all people I come in contact with in my role as an MSW at Community Hospice. I passionately believe in our mission statement. I believe all patients and families need and deserve compassionate care, before, during and after a terminal illness or any type of death.” – Jan Jordison, MSW
“My dad passed away at the Alexander Cohen Hospice House in Hughson almost five years ago. Even though my dad was only there for a short time, I know his care was of the utmost importance.” – Hailey Hicks, Daughter of Alexander Cohen Hospice Heart Patient
“Everyone has a different story but we all know what it feels like to lose someone important.” – Camp Erin of the Central Valley Camper, Age 14
“I learned that mommy will always be watching over me.” – Camp Erin of the Central Valley Camper, Age 6