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Reclaim the Spirit of Life

Hospice is not a reason to give up hope, but an opportunity to reclaim the spirit of life, to reminiscence, to laugh, to reunite, to love. Hospice is probably one of the most difficult decisions you will have to make for yourself or your loved one. It doesn't mean that you are giving up, hospice means being physically comfortable, at peace, surrounded by your loved ones doing the things that bring the most joy and fulfillment. 

You're not Alone

Our grief support group aims to provide people with a place to feel validated and
understood as they talk about their experience with loss. Connect with people who understand your experiences best. Join us online or by phone every 3rd Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. 

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By phone: (877) 309-2073 or (646) 749-3129
Access Code: 736-621-701

Sharing the Journey

Safe Haven is a dedicated team motivated to extend dignity and grace at every opportunity with the belief every person is made in the image of God. Our mission is to make the end of life comfortable and meaningful providing compassionate care in the patient’s home, whether in a private residence, nursing center, assisted living community or hospital. We share the journey, supporting families and managing all end of life issues with personalized services from Nursing, Homemaker and Dietary services to Spiritual, Bereavement and Social services.

Volunteers, Valued Team Members

Safe Haven Hospice is committed to at least 5% of its service to patients and families being provided by qualified volunteers selected from among candidates who commit the necessary time for preparation to meet high standards. Safe Haven volunteers are compassionate, life valuing, faithful, encouraging, helpful and reliable, but most of all they are valuable team members. 

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Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation and certified by Medicare and by Medicaid. We are a proud part of Christian Horizons, a trusted, faith-based, not-for-profit with over 50 years of experience providing senior living options and health care services.