NOTE: Maine Hospice Council and Center for End-of-Life Care will be unveiling a new website late Summer/early Fall 2014. We are working with local business Capitol Computers and some extremely intelligent and creative students from the University of Maine at Augusta.
In the meantime, if you experience ANY difficulties with our current site, we encourage you to call MHC Executive Assistant Mareisa Weil at 207-626-0651, or email her at mweil at mainehospicecouncil dot org, and she will be more than happy to help you with anything related to MHC and/or end-of-life care.
Thank you for your patience as we prepare to transition to a new website!
Register for our annual Hospice Veteran Partnership Conference, taking place at the Togus VA Medical Center on October 28, HERE.
Sounds of Comfort
Sounds of Comfort is a band, and also a collaborative project between the Maine State Department of Corrections and Maine Hospice Council’s hospice program at Maine State Prison in Warren, ME. Each CD is $16.95 + Maine Sales Tax = $17.88/per CD, and proceeds benefit the continued development of our innovative hospice program at Maine State Prison.
Shipping is calculated through PayPal according to how many CDs you are purchasing. If you would like to pay via check, please send a check to: Maine Hospice Council, PO Box 2239, Augusta, ME 04338 and note on the check it’s for a CD. Also – checks needs to be made out to: Maine Hospice Council.
To purchase a CD via PayPal, please click below.
(Please note this song is copyrighted and it is against copyright law to re-distribute this mp3 without written permission from the Council and Linda Boyce).
We always have something going on!
Please make sure to check out our Upcoming Events Flyer 2013-2014
Looking for info on the 2014 Ride for Hospice? Find it HERE
Vision without action is merely a dream
The Power of Vision By Joel Arthur Baker
Our Mission is You
The Maine Hospice Council exists to ensure the continued development of Hospice and Palliative Care in Maine. The Council provides education and technical assistance regarding end-of-life care, as well as advocacy for terminally ill and bereaved persons. From its beginning in 1984, the Maine Hospice Council has been the leading advocate, trainer, and educator for hospice care in Maine.
“When you do the common things in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world.”
George Washington Carver
If you have problems with the end-of-life care you or your loved ones receive, Maine Ombudsman is someone who can help. Find more information about the Maine Ombudsman program here
The Maine Hospice Council and Center for End-of-Life Care is proud to be a MaineShare member.