Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County is a non-profit, Maine State Licensed volunteer support organization, founded in 1980. We provide non-medical assistance to patients and families who are facing the end-of-life, support to those who grieve the loss of a loved one, and provide education and advocacy for the community on death and bereavement issues.
Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County seeks to enhance the lives of those experiencing life-limiting illness and grief and loss by providing quality, cost-free compassionate support and comfort.
Our guiding values are: dedication to the preservation of individual choice, dignity and quality of life; support for volunteers and the hospice team; hospice education, advocacy and community engagement.
Celebrating 40 Years!
We are so grateful to be recognizing 40th years of service in 2020. Thank you to all of the volunteers and community supporters who help us keep this mission strong!
Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County Non-discrimination Policy:
No one will be refused service by Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County (HVHC) on the basis of age, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, diagnosis, disabilities or types of treatment. Services will be provided in a non-judgmental manner to all individuals and caregivers. If the needs of the individual or caregiver exceed the scope of HVHC services, assistance will be offered in identifying other supportive services if possible.
Meet Lori, Jan and Emilie and learn their roles and how important each of them is to Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County.
Our Board of Directors
Leadership from our board of directors keeps us on our purposeful path.
Our Annual Meetings
Each year, in the fall, Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County holds a meeting to celebrate our volunteers and plan for the year ahead.
Our Annual Report
HVHC In The News
Share Our Message
Our volunteers are the best!
They keep our wheels moving.
Why I Volunteer
Volunteers share their experiences.