We are pleased to report the Inpatient Unit is now accepting new patients again, effective May 27, 2020. We value your support and trust in us and want to keep you fully informed during the COVID-19 pandemic of any effects it may have on our activities and our ability to fulfill our mission to the community.
See what our awesome volunteers are doing!
COVID-19 has made a big impact on all of us – especially our medical staff, patients and families. We need your help.
The well-being and safety of our clients and patients continues to be our highest priority.
Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care senior leadership has made the decision to postpone our 40th Anniversary Celebration …...
Listen to a KVOR interview with Foundation Executive Director Joan Selman about our 40th Anniversary Celebration.
The winter edition of The Journey matters is now available.
You are not alone. It can be challenging so Deb Kinnan offers tips...
The Empty Stocking Fund benefits 20 nonprofit organizations in the Pikes Peak region, including Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care. The Fund raises more than $1 million each year by holding fun events and accepting direct donations throughout the holiday season. Click here to watch a two-minute KKTV interview with Joan Selman, Executive Director, Pikes Peak Hospice Foundation, and Deb Mahan, Executive Director, Gazette Charities.
Hundreds of people remembered their loved ones on November 16 at Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care's annual Trees of Life Tree Lighting Ceremony. Held at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, thousands of
Watch this recently aired "Your Healthy Family" segment and learn how palliative care can help with a new serious diagnosis.
The holiday season can be a difficult time of year for someone who has experienced the loss of a loved one, which is why we've created a program specific to this time of year. The Center for Grief and Loss offers an. . .
Listen to an interview with our Chief Medical Officer about how to hold what may be the most important conversation of your life.
Join Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care for a free, community education event and presentation from Dr. Zitter about "A New Kind of Heroism" as she exposes the public health crisis from an insider's perspective.
Join us as our President & CEO, Gloria Brooks, throws the first pitch of the Rocky Mountain Vibes Baseball game on Sunday, July 14 starting at . . .
Every time you shop for groceries and swipe your SooperCard, King Soopers and City Market will make a donation to Pikes Peak Hospice Foundation.
Join us at the Space Foundation Tuesday, April 13 from 3:15 to 6:00 p.m. for a free workshop on coping with loss, dying and death in later live. This event is open to the public, healthcare professionals, caregivers or anyone struggling with grief and loss. The event will have a social hour with refreshments, a moderated discussion with expert panelists and counts as 2.5 CE credits. RSVP to 719.884.6536 by April 16.
After the Diagnosis: learning to Live With a Serious Disease
Stop by the Brass Tap now through March 31. For every local pint sold, our friends at The Brass Tap will donate 25 cents to support Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care as we work to help those in our community through hospice, palliative and grief services.