Friends of Hospice

Although not the hospice provider, for 23 years, the Friends of Hospice have been augmenting and supporting hospice and end of life care. They are a network of volunteer friends, helpers, and companions.

  • Friends of Hospice increases public awareness of hospice, comfort-care, and end-of-life services.
  • They support and advocate advance-care planning through community-wide outreach.
  • They make available and support enhanced training for volunteers serving those at the end of life.
  • Friends of Hospice provides much needed comfort care items not otherwise available.

For more information about the Whitman County Friends of Hospice, click here.

The Friends of Hospice – what they do....


Bringing joy into the lives of people suffering from Alzheimer’s, other forms of dementia, and cognitive and physical impairments. Learn more >

grass_flowers_field_nature_summer_92412_3840x2400LIVING LEGACY >

Develop a living legacy through a facilitated recorded audio CD capturing the stories and memories as told by and through the hospice patient. Learn more >

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Support a peaceful transition through time-honored gentle music programs. Create a peace-filled environment to comfort those at the thresholds of living and dying through the gentle voices of Threshold Choir of the Palouse.  Learn more >

cosmos-flowers-sunlightCAREGIVER MASSAGE >

Extend Caregiver TLC to those caring for their loved ones through gentle compassionate massage that touches the body, mind and spirit. Learn more >

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Through the local library system, provide books and resources on end-of-life, spirituality, dying, grief and bereavement. Learn more >

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Extend a hand to those in grief through bereavement support groups offered at various times throughout the year. Learn more >


A thoughtful, intentional, and meaningful process wherein one reflects upon and discusses what’s important to him or her if faced with a life-limiting illness or suddenly experiences a life-threatening injury. Learn more >


Offers a time to pause and reflect. This touching ceremony is held each December in Pullman and Colfax, taking time to honor and remember those whom we have loved. Learn more >


We create a safe and confidential space to share your thoughts and ideas on death and dying. This is not a counseling session or Grief Support Group. Learn more >

A year of daily grief support

Our support in your time of need does not end after the funeral services.  Enter your email below to receive a grief support message from us each day for a year.  You can unsubscribe at any time.

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