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Community Hospice is a community based, non-profit organization that has provided end-of-life care and support for patients and their families in their time of need for over 30 years. Since opening our doors in 1986, Community Hospice staff and dedicated volunteers strive to fulfill the hospice mission on a daily basis by assisting with direct and indirect patient and family care. Our service area includes Tuscarawas, Stark, Carroll, Columbiana, Coshocton, Holmes and surrounding counties. To date, we have had the privilege of serving over 14,500 patients and families in our local hospice, palliative and bereavement care programs.

Our mission is to honor life by providing Peace, Hope and Compassion to those we serve.

Our News

Community Hospice has been named a 2018 Hospice Honors recipient by HEALTHCAREfirst, the leading provider of Web-based home health and hospice software, billing and coding services, CAHPS surveys and advanced analytics. Hospice Honors is a prestigious program that recognizes hospices providing the highest level of quality as measured from the...

Our Events

Mark your calendars for the 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Dante's Spaghetti Dinner Benefit to be held at the Elks Lodge at 1180 Union Avenue NW in New Philadelphia. Guests will enjoy Spaghetti, Salad with Dante’s Dressing, Dinner Rolls, Drinks, Litty’s Cake & Bake Sale! All proceeds from this event benefit Community Hospice patient care...

Testimonials

“Agreeing that my mom needed Hospice care when she came home was not easy for me. Making the decision to go with Hospice was one of the best things I could have done for her and for me.”
Nancy
“I thought Hospice did an excellent job, both for my husband in his last days and for me afterwards. As with this situation, there are good days and bad, but the good is outnumbering the bad lately. Hopefully it will continue to improve.”
Amanda
“Thank you for all your help - especially before my husband died - but also for the attention that I received after he died. I have been able to move into family and church activities and although I am ‘alone,' I don't feel despondent or lonely.”
Gwen