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Support CCH|Sparta in the Relay for Life

Once again, CCH|Sparta is participating in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. This year’s event will be held at the Sussex County Fairgrounds on June 13-14, 2015. At Relay for Life, teams of people take turns walking around a track for 24 hours continuously, even throughout the night, to raise money to fight back against Cancer.

Please consider joining our team “Compassionate Care Hospice, Sparta NJ” and walking in this amazing event or make a donation to support our team and the American Cancer Society. To make a donation go directly to the CCH|Sparta Team Page on

All donations are greatly appreciated and go directly to the American Cancer Society to help fight back against cancer. Go CCH|Sparta!


CCH|Akron Honors Patients at Memorial Service

Recently, CCH|Akron honored their former patients at a Memorial Service at a community nearby. Patients’ names were written on ribbons and attached to the strings of balloons. This service was organized and conducted by the Volunteer Coordinator Lyndse Faba, Professional Community Liaison Jonathan Larabee, Social Worker Erica May, and Chaplain Tom Heil. More…


CCH|Akron Participates in St. Patrick’s Day Party

Recently, CCH|Akron staff members added to the merriment of a St. Patrick’s Day party at one of the communities with whom it works. Participating were Hospice More…


CCH|Old Forge Visits Local Senior Centers

Recently, CCH|Old Forge visited two local senior centers, the Southside Senior Center and the Downtown Senior Center, both in Scranton, PA. In addition to visiting with the members, CCH provided information about our hospice service. More…


CCH|Sparta Announces Mother’s Day and Spring Flowers Sale

Spring is in the Air! CCH|Sparta and CCH|East Stroudsburg are joining together for a Mother’s Day and Spring Flowers Sale again this year. If you’re in either the Sparta or East Stroudsburg areas, please stop by purchase some beautiful flowers. All proceeds go to the Compassionate Care Hospice Foundation.
Click here to view the full flyer.


CCH|Branchburg Volunteers Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

CCH|Branchburg Volunteers celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 22 with residents at a local facility by reading famous books like “Green Eggs and Ham,” “One Fish Two Fish,” More…


CCH|Sparta’s Zeus’ St. Patrick’s Day

Zeus, CCH|Sparta’s therapy dog in training, had so much fun on St. Patrick’s Day. He hopes that everyone had a wonderful St. Patrick’s Day, too! Zeus just turned 4 months old More…


CCH|Branchburg Introduces Alee, A Therapy Dog

CCH|Branchburg would like to introduce you to their new therapy dog, Alee, a five-year old Chiwienie (Chihuahua Dachshund) and Volunteer Bonnie. They recently visited patients More…


CCH|Sioux Falls Participates in Hands and Feet

The South Dakota Christian radio station, Life 96.5, (see the article on their website here) promoted a monthly “Hands and Feet” project. It is something that involves the community to come together and do something good for others. CCH|Sioux Falls was a contributor to these efforts in February/Heart Month… More…


CCH|Sioux Falls Participates in Augustana College Volunteer Fair

CCH|Sioux Falls Volunteer Lance, also a student at the College, joined Volunteers Elizabeth and Sharon and Volunteer Coordinator Brenda Hansel at the Augustana College Volunteer Fair to share with students who CCH is and how they can get involved in the work that CCH does in the community. More…


CCH|Sioux Falls Delivers Lap Quilts to Vets

During the month of February, CCH|Sioux Falls delivered patriotic lap quilts (made by volunteers) to all of their Veteran Hospice patients and families. It was their way… More…


CCH|Branchburg Delivers Cheer for Valentine’s

Recently, CCH|Branchburg provided some sweet treats for their patients for Valentine’s Day. Patients received a bag filled of Valentines cards signed by local Girl Scouts… More…


CCH|Sparta Deliver Healing Hearts Greetings

Recently, the Sparta office delivered hand painted “Healing Hearts” to our patient in Morris, Sussex and Warren counties for Valentine’s Day and Heart Month. The hearts are handpainted by children and include a “message of caring” and a short narrative of the child who made the heart. One of the hearts was from a little girl in kindergarten from Randolph, NJ. Her message of caring was “I hope this makes you feel better.” These beautiful hearts brought many smiles to our patients. 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).