Hospice of Lenawee provides compassionate, patient and family-centered care to the people of our community during and after the last season of life.
We are not just a provider of services, but a provider of outcomes...
Those who have lost a loved one can find comfort in our bereavement support. We offer...
hope, options, control,
solutions, empowerment and richness of spirit*
*Please see important message regarding Bereavement Support Groups under Events.
Our Hospice Home is the right choice for a hospice patient when short-term care is required to manage acute pain or other symptoms caused by their terminal illness.
"Knowing that we were getting the best care possible took such a large piece of stress out of our lives."
Patt and Mary Helen Hayes
"It is a special calling to work in a Hospice unit...you touched all our lives... you truly make a difference in this world."
"We offer our care to... anyone in the community who would like to receive some support."
View Real Stories from Hospice families, caregivers, and Hospice of Lenawee team members. View Real Stories
As the only Non-Profit Hospice rooted in Lenawee county, here is how Hospice of Lenawee stands apart:
By making a gift to Hospice of Lenawee, you are supporting a mission like no other. There are many reasons to give and many ways to make your gift. Learn more about what your donation means to providing the best possible care to our patients and their families.
Volunteers are essential members of our team and help us to fulfill our mission. There are many different volunteer opportunities and we're sure to have something for everyone. Learn more about making a difference with Hospice of Lenawee today!
Hospice of Lenawee produces audio messages for our community. Please listen to our messages to learn about important updates, events, and hear our "My Hospice" testimonies.
On behalf of Hospice of Lenawee, I would like to convey our heartfelt good wishes for health and safety during this uncertain time in our world. This community – our community – has a history of pulling together in support and harmony of the true meaning of what is good and best for each other.
We have received the obvious questions relating to how Hospice of Lenawee continues to provide the exemplary care that we are known for during this unprecedented span of time. As President of Hospice of Lenawee, it is my job to bring you the “state of the organization” and provide the information you desire. It is my pleasure to do this; however, please know that it is with the direction and input of our experts in care – Dr. Justin Voorhees, our Medical Director and Amy Francoeur, RN, our Director of Patient Care. They, along with our extraordinary clinical team, continue to carry out our mission. This means that additional safety measures have been put into place to assure that our care is never compromised. Our nurses, aides, social workers, spiritual care and bereavement teams and volunteers continue their commitment to all of you with the expertise and knowledge you need now and always.
As the guidelines of social distancing were put into place, as well as the recent Governor issued “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order, we implemented new ways to adhere to our mission without compromising quality care. It is, as you are aware, all in the name of safety – the safety of our team, our volunteers and our patients and their families. As things progress, any adjustments to our service or the way we provide our service will be communicated through our website and social media.
We continue to wish you peace and good health. After all…You are Our Community and We are Your Hospice.
President & CEO
Hospice of Lenawee is canceling any and all Bereavement Support Groups and events through August 31, 2020 to assure the safety of our staff, volunteers and community members. At that time, we will reevaluate our decision and proceed accordingly. Please check our website at hospiceoflenawee.org or Facebook page for any future announcements. If you have a question or concern, please do not hesitate to contact us at 517-263-2323. In the meantime, stay safe and healthy!
HOL Wish List:
Please consider supporting Hospice of Lenawee at this time through a monetary donation or an item on our Wish List.
Simply put, a Road Rally is an adult scavenger hunt using your car. Simple – but so fun!
We think it is a great way to have a blast, support an important cause AND still practice social distancing!
As a participant, you will be given clues that will lead you along a journey ending at a pre-determined destination. The destination will include an amazing dinner and more!
Be aware, the clues will take you throughout Lenawee County and we will even throw in some “pot holes” along the way.
Easy! Your first step is to contact our Administrative Specialist, Stephanie Seidel at 517-263-2323 by Wednesday, September 30th.
Have a couple of things ready and note the following...
No, but we will need to know by September 30th. If you have others that will be calling to purchase tickets and want to be in your vehicle, they will just need to let Stephanie know so that she can assign them your same car number/color.
Oh, one more thing: we thank you for taking this Amazing Road Rally journey with us – we promise a socially safe and exciting trip – all to benefit our Charity Care!
Every donation matters.
In fact, each time you give to Hospice of Lenawee, you're supporting your community as well as Hospice.