Support at the end of life
Community Hospital has many resources to help cancer patients -- as well as their loved ones -- at the end of life.
Hospice care provides support and comfort for those with a terminal illness, in addition to helping family members understand the illness.
Hospice of the Central Coast has a dedicated team of nurses, physicians, social workers, aides, spiritual counselors, and volunteers to help make this challenging time a peaceful and meaningful journey for everyone.
Learn more about hospice services
Chaplains are volunteer clergy who offer compassionate spiritual and emotional support to patients and families. They also offer grief support and are a liaison with local faith communities.
Learn more about working with a chaplain