Our Story

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

DAYTON, Ohio — Community Hospice, based in New Philadelphia, Ohio, is announcing plans to join Ohio’s Hospice as an associate member. Ohio’s Hospice is a strategic partnership committed to sustaining not-for-profit, community-based hospice care in Ohio. As an associate member of Ohio’s Hospice, Community Hospice will have access to world-class...

Our Events

Community Hospice
2341 E State St. Unit B, Salem Ohio 44460 (Giant Eagle Plaza) Monday August 19th 1:00pm-3:30pm
Wednesday August 21st 1:00-3:30pm
Monday August 26th 1:00-3:30pm
Wednesday August 28th after training personal Interviews (time will be scheduled) To volunteer call Heather Kane at 234-575-0164 or email her at...


“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.”
“Hospice care is unlike any resource we've ever encountered. Several family members and friends didn't include Hospice with a loved one. After hearing of your support you gave us, they were amazed and wished they had. Then, other friends said and confirmed our love and faith in the support system...
“The work of your staff was essential in making it possible for my father to be cared for at home. He was so happy to be home.”