Beacon Hospice strives to meet the physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs of patients and family members who share the emotional trauma of a terminal illness. Harbor Hospice is committed to educate the community and increase awareness of the hospice concept of care among medical professionals, lay persons, clergy and those in need of a compassionate approach of care:

  • We are committed to delivering professional, caring services for our patients and their families

  • We treat every patient and family member with the dignity, honor and respect they deserve, without regard to race, color, creed, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, national origin, or ability to pay

  • We honor the wishes of the patient and the family

  • We are committed to educating the community about the sensitive needs of our patients

  • We believe our work is sacred and we strive to ensure each patient and their family receives the utmost care

As a result of the commitment made to our patients, and our desire to continue to serve and support our families, the Bereavement Program is available to all of the friends and families of Beacon Hospice. Beacon Hospice offers several different avenues of support at no additional charge.

We truly believe, and research also shows, that support groups can be extremely valuable in the grieving process. Our intent is to bring individuals together who are making their way through the grief journey, in hope that support, strength and encouragement can be gained by being with others who have also lost a loved one. We know that life is busy, but we hope that you will consider joining us.

Beacon Hospice….where compassion never ends.

Online Support during COVID

“John Polo is the guest for the June episode of the Transitions Bereavement Series. John is the author of several books, including Widowed. Rants, Raves and Randoms, and how to date a widow 101. John lost his wife Michelle to cancer at the age of 31. Since that time, John has rebuilt his life and now helps others through his books, coaching, workshops, and speaking. John has been featured on, NBC, The Huffington Post, Fox and more. In addition, he is also the co-host of the podcast “My Person Died, Too” with Carolyn Gower.”