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The Dr. Bob Kemp Hospice serves the needs of those in the final stages of a life-limiting illness in the Hamilton area. We do so with care and compassion, offering our residence and a variety of other supportive care to individuals and families who are in grief. In 2013 we are increasing our support to children and teens by offering Camp Erin, a bereavement camp that, like all hospice services, comes at no cost to camp participants or their families.

Many people who have experienced the care and compassion of the Hospice during their time of need, as well as others in the community who appreciate the priceless value of this service, generously support the work of the Hospice by volunteering, donating items, participating in fundraising events, or donating money, so that the Hospice can continue its mission.

We are a diverse community of people helping each other, and we welcome you.

How can we help you?

Residential Hospice

Our Residential Hospice Program is for those in the final stages of a life-limiting illness, with a prognosis of three months of less.

Day Hospice

A weekly program designed to provide companionship for those facing a life-limiting illness and provide respite for their caregivers.

Supportive Care

Our programs provide a safe, caring and compassionate environment that allows individuals to express their grief and move towards healing.

Camp Erin

A free bereavement camp for children and teens ages 6 through 17 who have experienced the death of someone close to them.

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