Our Community House of Hope will provide a loving home for those who are dying and will educate the community on end-of-life issues.
By providing peaceful, consistent, professional, 24/7 care for residents and families, OCHH will help dying individuals and their families make better use of hospice services. OCHH will also help hospice agencies be more effective in providing their services.
Our community education programs provide educational courses on end-of-life care issues, advanced directives, and end-of-life doula training.
We cared for 250 residents and 500 family members in our Home.
50 Student Nurses were trained in end-of-life care at OCHH.
Hundreds of OCHH volunteers served thousands of hours.
OCHH served all area Medical Hospice agencies, and Hospitals.
OCHH continues to mentor other California groups as they establish other Social Model end-of-life care homes.
OCHH continues community education programs—Establishes HOPE End-of-Life Doulas Training series.