~ Volunteer Service Since 1980 ~
Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County
14 McKenzie Avenue Ellsworth, ME 04605
207-667-2531 · fax 667-9406

 
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Our Services

Aging and Loss: A workshop for conversation, connection and support

This workshop is for people 62 and older who have experienced the many losses associated with aging.
Please Join Us. 

These losses may include the death of a spouse, family members and friends, impaired health, financial insecurity, changes in life roles and decreased self-esteem. These losses can result in uncertainty about the meaning of life and cause feelings of sadness and loneliness. Please join us as we share and support each other to explore creative ways to respond to the losses associated with aging.

Check our bereavement calendar to see a list of the current Aging & Loss Workshop.

These workshops are free of charge, but pre-registration is required.


For more information, please call Janice Ronco at Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County: 207-667-2531.

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!

Upcoming Groups & Workshops

Spring 2020 Grief Support Groups

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April - June. Specific topics, locations and dates to be announced.

Spring Volunteer Training

Patient Care and Bereavement Volunteer trainings will begin in April. Dates and times for this training will be
scheduled around prospective volunteers.

Spring Aging & Loss Workshop

7-week workshop beginning April for people 62 and older who have experienced losses associated with aging.

Support for those who've lost a loved one to drugs

Watch WABI's segment on Hopsice Volunteers of Hanock County support group for those whose lost a loved one to drugs.

Dearest Folks at Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County,

My family and I can’t thank you enough for all you did to care for our mother. You helped make the last days of her life have more joy and peace than anything we could do.

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