In Central Pennsylvania, the Homeland name is synonymous with quality, compassionate care and a focus on serving the community’s evolving needs.
In keeping with Homeland’s mission of investing in exceptional community outreach, Homeland Hospice was launched 10 years ago. With hope, dignity, compassion, peace and comfort, Homeland Hospice is committed to improving quality of life for families facing a serious illness in the 14 Central PA counties we serve.
Please join us in the coming year as we celebrate the enormous impact on those with whom we have been privileged to uplift and serve!
• A celebration of Homeland Hospice’s 10th Anniversary – “Guitars, Gifts & Gratitude” – is planned on Sunday, November 10th at the Scottish Rite Theatre in Harrisburg. Doors open at 12:30 and the program starts at 2 p.m. Featured artists include local native, Cedar Cliff grad and Nashville’s newest country sensation Ben Gallaher, as well as the Buffalo Mountain Bluegrass Band. Stroll through a unique Guitar Gallery while enjoying the Grand Ole Beer, Cider & Wine Café.
• Sponsorships and program advertising opportunities for this special event are still available. For more information and to buy tickets, please visit HomelandHospice.org/10years/.
Homeland Hospice’s team of specialists provides holistic-focused hospice care. We offer pain relief, comfort and peace to patients in end-of-life situations.
Homeland is a 501(C) (3) non-profit organization and in keeping with the spirit of its founders, Homeland Hospice costs not covered by insurance are never charged to the patient or family. Similarly, no one has ever been asked to leave Homeland Center due to lack of funds, and the center provides almost $3 million annually on charitable and benevolent care.
Compassionate support to families and loved ones is a primary focus as well. Each month, Homeland Hospice provides caregivers 32 hours of complimentary in-home relief. Bereavement support is available for a full 13 months after the death of a loved one.
Homeland Hospice has touched thousands of lives. We continue to look toward the future, working hand-in-hand with caregivers, friends and medical professionals to offer our support and care for your loved one and family.