Hospice of Lenawee provides compassionate, patient and family-centered care to the people of our community during and after the last season of life.
"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:
Your donation truly makes a difference, no matter what you give! By giving to Hospice of Lenawee, you are actively impacting local families and your community by supporting the Hospice Home. There are so many ways to give; learn more today!Learn More
Volunteers are a huge part of our team, and we truly couldn't do this without you. There are many different areas for volunteer work, and we're sure to have something for everyone. Learn more about our volunteer opportunities today!Learn More
Hospice of Lenawee produces audio messages for our community. Please listen to our messages to learn about important updates, events, and the latest news.
4th Thursday Every Month
Valor is a support group designed for those who have experienced a significant loss from opioid overdose.
Registration Required. For more information, contact 517-263-2323
Saturday, November 17 at 9am
Hospice of Lenawee, Adrian
Suicide causes excruciating pain, forever altering your life. This group is for those who have experienced suicide loss.
Sunday, December 2 at 6pm
Hospice of Lenawee invites you to the lighting of our Lights of Love Trees.
Sunday, December 16 at 6pm
St. Mary’s Church, Adrian
Every donation matters.
In fact, each time you give to Hospice of Lenawee, you're supporting your community as well as Hospice.
2017 Annual Reports are available. Please contact Stephanie Seidel at 517-263-2323 if you would like to receive one.