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Hospice Care offers medical and social services for the terminally ill and their family provided by an interdisciplinary team of professionals who take a patient-directed approach to managing illness.

Aseracare Hospice, Concord

A family-centered approach to the end-of-life journey to ensure that the needs and wishes of both our patients and their family members are met throughout the hospice experience. Serving the Bay Area.


  • ask@aseracare.com
  • 925-798-5791

An Elderly Wish

Organization serving Contra Costa County whose mission is to enrich lives of the terminally ill elderly by making a special wish come true.


  • info@elderlywish.org
  • 925-978-1883

Growth House, Inc.

Provides education about life-threatening illness and end of life care through public education, resourcing, and global professional collaboration.


  • info@growthhouse.org
  • 415-863-3045
  • 2261 Market St. #199A, San Francisco, CA 94114

Hospice by the Bay

Hospice By The Bay is a regional hospice and palliative care and grief support provider, here to meet the needs of patients, families and the community in Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and Sonoma counties.


  • Marin County – 415-927-2273
  • San Francisco, San Mateo counties – 415-626-5900
  • Sonoma County – 707-935-7504

Hospice of the East Bay

Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, the mission of Hospice of the East Bay is to be by the sides of patients and their families every step of the way, so they do not feel alone and are ensured the best possible quality of life during the important final phase of life.


  • 925-887-5678

Mission Hospice and Home Care

A non-profit organization dedicated to providing the finest quality, compassionate care to those who are terminally ill or facing a life-limiting illness, and to their families.


  • 650-554-1000
  • 1670 South Amphlett Blvd., Suite 300, San Mateo, CA  94402

Stan Goldberg, Ph.D.

The author writes on, “How to Deal With End of Life, Dying, Death, Grief, Bereavement and Recovery.”


Zen Hospice Project

At Zen Hospice Project, practitioners use the wisdom of Buddhist teachings and mindfulness techniques as cornerstones in their care for the bereaved. Through careful and non-judgmental attention to the unique experiences, feelings, and needs of their clients, the care-givers assist people in moving towards their grief, difficult as that may be (credit lynn).  By fully experiencing their losses and remaining open to the comfort and wisdom that paradoxically arise from turning towards what is difficult, people can experience less suffering and greater ease in their journey through grief and loss.


  • 44 Gough Street, Suite 303, San Francisco, CA 94103
  • 415-863-2910

Odyssey Hospice of Alameda County

Odyssey Hospice improves the quality of life for patients facing terminal diagnoses while providing support for their loved ones. Odyssey is one of the largest hospice providers in the country, offering personalized care and support to thousands of patients and their families across the country each day. Teams of caregivers consist of registered nurses, physicians, home healthcare aides, social workers, chaplains, bereavement counselors and trained volunteers.


  • 925-737-0203
  • dkline@odsyhealth.com