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Help for Health Hospice - Fremont County's non-profit hospice provider.

What is Hospice?

"Hospice" comes from the Latin word for hospitality, a word describing the warmth and courtesy extended to special guests such as travelers who had fallen sick or otherwise needed a place to stay. Our work continues that legacy. Guided by a philosophy of compassion and dignity, our hospice approach centers on a dedicated team of healthcare professionals and volunteers who deliver ongoing support for both patient and family in familiar surroundings and provide the warmth and courtesy our patients deserve.

Help for Health Hospice is Fremont County's non-profit registered 501(c)(3), locally-run hospice. We provide exceptional levels of comprehensive and personalized care. Help for Health Hospice promotes comfort and pain management for our patients.

Hospice is specialized care designed to provide treatment and support for individuals with terminal illnesses. Hospice seeks to ease pain and symptoms so patients' remaining time may be spent with dignity. Hospice cares for patients with a life-limiting illness. Our services may be provided in the patient's own home, Help for Health Hospice's in-patient hospice home, in a long-term care facility, or in an assisted living facility.


Hospice neither hastens nor postpones a person's death. Pain management and relief of symptoms such as shortness of breath, diarrhea, constipation, and nausea are primary goals. However, we also consider emotional and spiritual needs as significant as physical pain. Addressing all of these concerns is the goal of hospice care.

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