Trustbridge is one of only 4% of hospices nationwide that admit patients into hospice care who need to continue treatments for their comfort; including chemotherapy, radiation, intravenous medications and blood transfusions.
The Trustbridge Palliative team has special training and expertise in relieving pain and other symptoms caused by illness and medical treatments. Working with your doctor, we help you manage your symptoms and guide you in making a plan for living well, based on your needs, priorities and goals.
Music brings us a sense of comfort, completion, and wholeness. It supports, it connects, it stimulates, it relaxes, it encourages, it expresses, it consoles. Music can provide a powerful voice and validation to the thoughts and feelings that often arise when facing a life limiting illness.
We are honored to care for veterans with advanced illness, wherever they live - in their family homes, assisted living facilities, skilled nursing facilities and hospitals.
Trustbridge Bereavement Centers offer many different services and support to assist people facing life-changing events.
Our Sea Star Program recognizes the unique needs of children and teens who have lost a loved one. We offer a comprehensive array of grief support to children and teens throughout our community.
The companionship and unconditional love we receive from a loving pet touches our hearts and makes us feel good. This is wonderful medicine for hospice patients and their family members.
Stories of Care Learn how hospice care from Trustbridge helps our patients and their families to live each day to the fullest.
The Hospice Bill Fishing Tournament
Trustbridge Hospice Foundation invites you to participate in The Hospice Bill Fishing Tournament. Community leaders will turn into virtual “Anglers” (fundraisers) from June 15 to August 11, 2022, and will cast their fishing lines to reel in the most “bills” (minimum goal of $2,500 for each Angler) by hooking their friends, family and colleagues for donations.