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CCH|Old Forge Partnered with Vet Organizations

Over the past holiday season, CCH|Old Forge collaborated with several local organizations to deliver gifts to CCH veteran patients. Along with CCH|Old Forge, the participating organizations were: Friends of Hospice Veterans, Rolling Angels, Blankets for Vets, Legion Riders, and VFW Shopa-Davey Post No. 6082. The group distributed holiday gifts, including blankets and clothing, to hospice Veterans. Pictured (front row, left to right): James Shafer, Tina Pavlovicz/CCH LPN (who always goes “above and beyond” for the veterans), Faith Shafer, Lisa Fumanti Francis, and Lacy Harrington; (second row, left to right) Anita Fumanti, Fatima Thurston, Lori Blair, Kayla Thurston, and Mike Taylor; (back row, left to right): Gabriella Thurston, Jennifer Olechna/CCH Intake Coordinator, Stacey Shafer, and Becky Thurston. More…


CCH|Old Forge Donates to Keystone Rescue Mission

CCH|Old Forge recently conducted a blanket drive/fundraiser to help those in need at Keystone Rescue Mission Alliance (KRMA) in Scranton and Wilkes-Barre, PA. Donations continue to always be welcome. For more information, call Kathy Regan at KRMA: 570-871-4795. Pictured (left to right): Shannon Collins/CCH Bereavement Coordinator, Kathy Regan/KRMA Volunteer Coordinator, Sylvia Kolosinsky/CCH Volunteer Coordinator, and Jennifer Olechna/CCH Intake Coordinator. More…


Zeus Hopes You Had a Wonderful Valentine’s

Zeus, CCH|Sparta’s Therapy Dog in training hopes that you had a wonderful Valentine’s Day! He has started his puppy training classes and is doing very well! More…


CCH|Sioux Falls and Augustana College Honor MLK Day

For this past Martin Luther King Day, CCH|Sioux Falls and students from nearby Augustana College came together to participate in a service project in honor More…

Welcome to Compassionate Care Hospice!

Compassionate Care Hospice is a community based organization committed to providing the highest quality of end of life care to patients, their families and close friends throughout 22 states.

The Compassionate Care team strongly embraces the philosophy that end of life care is so much more than just treating the symptoms of a disease. Treating the spirit and soul are equally important in allowing a terminally ill patient to die in peace and allow those left behind to be supported through their grief.



We are proud to be accredited by CHAP (Community Health Accreditation Program).