5 hours ago

Regional Hospice CT

Seniors from Newtown High School's National Honor Society donated 150+ books to the Jeffrey B. White Memorial Library at the Center for Comfort Care & Healing. As a result of this book drive, hospice patients and visitors will have the pleasure of borrowing these books while at the Center. This extra special effort honored Jeffrey B. White, who was a Newtown High School alumnus himself! ... See MoreSee Less

Seniors from Newtown High Schools National Honor Society donated 150+ books to the Jeffrey B. White Memorial Library at the Center for Comfort Care & Healing.  As a result of this book drive, hospice patients and visitors will have the pleasure of borrowing these books while at the Center. This extra special effort honored Jeffrey B. White, who was a Newtown High School alumnus himself!

2 weeks ago

Regional Hospice CT

Our volunteer Louise baked these delicious red velvet cupcakes for our patients and visitors at the Center for Comfort Care & Healing in honor of Valentine's Day. #thisishospice #weloveourvolunteers ... See MoreSee Less

Our volunteer Louise baked these delicious red velvet cupcakes for our patients and visitors at the Center for Comfort Care & Healing in honor of Valentines Day. #thisishospice #weloveourvolunteers

Explore our Hospice Residence and get involved.

After more than seven years of research and visiting the best, most-highly rated hospice facilities in the country, we took extra care in selecting a site that was both beautifully restful and also easily accessible. Learn More

Explore our Hospice Residence and get involved.

We took extra care in selecting a site that was both beautifully restful and also easily accessible. Learn More

A Wonderful Life

Edwin Alward has a wonderful life which he is happy to share with new friend and RHHC volunteer, Bob Sweeney Learn More

Five truths
you should know
about hospice

1. Hospice care can begin several months before end of life.
2. Hospice care is appropriate for any age.
3. The right time to determine hospice care is personal, it can be chosen by you, your family and your doctor.
4. Hospice care is a more personal alternative to the hospital.
5. Hospice care embodies a team-approach to care including nursing, social work counseling services, spiritual care, home health services and volunteers.