Created to help other families with a critically or terminally ill child. Assists with financial and practical expenses surrounding a child on hospice. 281-731-0713
A program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization that provides free resources to help people make decisions about end-of-life care and services.
Central Texas Medical Center Hospice
Hospice services, bereavement counseling, and more.
Cherish The Moments with Love
Photograph and video record beautiful moments of someone suffering a terminal illness.
Children’s Hospice International
Referral source, publications
Hospice Care for Orange, Chambers, Hardin, Galveston, Newton, Jasper, Tyler, Polk, Liberty and San Jacinto
Compassionate Care Hospice
Hospice enables patients to continue an alert, pain-free life and to manage symptoms so that their last days may be spent with dignity and quality, surrounded by loved ones.
Group has nurses with pediatric background. Counties served: Montgomery, San Jacinto, Polk, Liberty, Trinity, Walker, Waller, part of Harris.
HeartsWay Hospice of Northeast Texas
Counties served: Harrison, Cass, Marion, Morris, Rusk, Panola, Shelby, Nacogdoches, Gregg, Upshur, Smith, Hopkins.
Information on hospice services throughout the US
Hospice Brazos Valley
Locations in Bryan, Brenham and La Grange. (Bryan location)
Hospice of East Texas
Coping with terminal illness presents many challenges –physical, emotional, social and spiritual. The caring, experienced team of professionals at The Hospice of East Texas is prepared to meet those challenges, and believes that no one, regardless of age, illness or financial circumstances, should have to face death alone or in pain.
Hospice of the Pines
Inpatient facility or home care services
Provides compassionate physical, social and spiritual support to individuals with a life-limiting diagnosis, and their loved ones, irrespective of their ethnicity or beliefs. 713-468-2441
Provides a winter wonderland to those children with cancer on hospice.
Memorial Hermann Hospice Pediatric Program
Pediatric hospice is not giving up; it is a set of services that children and families deserve as they wrestle with a serious illness. Children on hospice do not have to give up curative treatments, have a DNR order, or stop being hospitalized. Our services are an extra layer of support, not a substitute for an existing treatment plan.