Volunteers are needed!
If easy conversation and empathy are your strongest qualities, or you’d like to use your sewing talents to make something important, or use your office skills at an agency with a wonderful mission, or visit with your therapy animal where you’ll both be welcomed with open arms -
then volunteering at Joliet Area Community Hospice may be perfect for you!
Next four-day volunteer training is April 10, 12, 23 & 25 from 5:00 - 7:30!
On-line training is available too!
Call 815-740-4104 and ask for Denise or Sandy for more information.
The mission of Joliet Area Community Hospice is to provide comprehensive, holistic, community based support service and care for terminally ill persons, their caregivers and loved ones without regard to economic status, to enable the dying person to live peacefully, in comfort, and with dignity to the last moment of life.
Why Choose Us? What makes Us Different?
Joliet Area Community Hospice is committed to enhancing the quality of life for persons affected by serious illness and grief. We aim to serve all who need our compassionate care and expertise through our hospice, palliative care and bereavement services.
Joliet Area Community Hospice is a not-profit community-based, Medicare-certified hospice serving Will,Grundy, Kendall, and portions of Cook, DuPage, Kankakee Counties. Service Area Map
With the support of the community,Joliet Area Community Hospice built the first Hospice Home in the State of Illinois, bringing cutting edge hospice care to our area. The staff at Joliet Area Community Hospice go above and beyond the call of duty to meet the needs of both patient and family as they face the end of life looking at not only the physical and psychological needs, but also the environmental, social, spiritual, and emotional needs.
We are a not-for-profit corporation, state licensed & Medicare/Medicaid certified.
Because of our excellent reputation for care and service, we have served over 25,000 patients since 1982. We serve patients in greater Will, Grundy, and Kendall counties along with parts of Cook, DuPage and Kankakee counties.We are governed by a Board of Directors comprised of 12 volunteers from the communities we serve. We are dedicated to maintaining quality standards established by Medicare Conditions of Participation and the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO).