Comfort
& Compassion
When It's
Needed Most.

Mountain Hospice End-of-Life Care
in North Central West Virginia

Compassion & Comfort for Those Facing a Life-Limiting Illness or Injury

Mountain Hospice offers hospice services that provide comfort and compassion when it is needed most to residents in our seven county service area in north central West Virginia. We take pride in offering our end-of-life hospice services in Barbour, Grant, Mineral, Pendleton, Pocahontas, Randolph, and Tucker Counties. We are pleased to provide our services to residents living in our smaller communities, as well as our larger towns. Our staff members will meet with you at your home to talk about what we can do for you or your loved one when facing a life-limiting illness or injury. If you prefer, we can meet at one of our conveniently located offices in Belington, Elkins, Parsons, Franklin, or Keyser, WV.

Complete Hospice Services for
Debilitating and Terminal Injury and Illness

We provide complete hospice services to meet all your or your loved one's needs. We are available to help from the moment a debilitating or terminal illness or injury is diagnosed. Our kind and considerate staff members are available to answer your questions and help you understand the eligibility requirements for the services we provide. Mountain Hospice is a certified Medicare and Medicaid provider.

Terminal Condition? We Offer Exceptional Support During This Difficult Time

Mountain Hospice was established in 1991 by a caring group of individuals who saw a need for end-of-life services for those facing terminal conditions in our community. We have over 25 years of experience providing exceptional hospice services and we love what we do. We are trusted to provide care for your loved one because we are your neighbors, your friends, and your family. We truly go above and beyond for our patients and strive to provide exceptional services. Our dedicated and professional staff is here to provide the best possible hospice services for your loved one, and support you and your family through one of the most difficult times in your life. You don’t have to do this alone. We are here to help. Call our toll-free 24-hour patient referral line at 1 (888) 763-7789 to speak with one of our dedicated professionals.

In Home Care

Wherever you call home.

Allowing you or your loved one to remain in the comfort and familiar surroundings of your own home supported by a fully trained and compassionate professional.

News & Events

Check out our latest news and upcoming events.

Annual Camp Good Grief Held in Elkins

Mountain Hospice held their annual Camp Good Grief, a free one-day camp for children who have experienced grief, at the Elkins First United Methodist Church on Tuesday. Local children were able to enjoy a fun-filled day with activities, games, and crafts that related to the grieving process. From painting their feelings, to a puppet show, campers learned ways to express their feelings in a positive way. Patty Delauder, Bereavement and Volunteer Coordinator with Mountain Hospice, said, “These camps are a great way for the kids to express their grief. Sometimes children bottle up their emotions and don’t know who to talk to, so this camp is a great way for them to learn how to cope with grief and learn what is normal when grieving.” The campers were also treated with a visit from the Elkins Fire Department. They learned how to stay safe in case of an emergency, how ...
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    Grief Support Group – Week 1 6:00 pm
    Grief Support Group – Week 1 @ Mountain Hospice
    Oct 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
    Grief Support Group - Week 1 @ Mountain Hospice
    If you’re experiencing grief, come join us for our first meeting of our Grief Support Program, “Comfort Café”, at the Mountain Hospice office in Belington. There will be helpful information about the effects of grief.[...]
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    Grief Support Group – Week 2 6:00 pm
    Grief Support Group – Week 2 @ Mountain Hospice
    Oct 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
    Grief Support Group - Week 2 @ Mountain Hospice
    Week 2 of the “Comfort Café” Grief Support Group will cover the basics of what’s normal when your grieving. We ask that participants bring something that has good memories, or is fond to them.  
    Vet-to-Vet Café at Harman Senior Center 9:30 am
    Vet-to-Vet Café at Harman Senior Center @ Harman Senior Center
    Oct 18 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am
    Vet-to-Vet Café at Harman Senior Center @ Harman Senior Center
    The staff of Mountain Hospice and The Harman Senior Center would like to cordially invite our veterans to join us for a Veteran to Veteran Café. Plan to join us for refreshments and the company[...]
    Grief Support Group – Week 3 6:00 pm
    Grief Support Group – Week 3 @ Mountain Hospice
    Oct 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
    Grief Support Group - Week 3 @ Mountain Hospice
    Week 3 of the “Comfort Café” Grief Support Group will cover “The Journey Through Grief”. We will focus on: The 6 Needs of Mourning The 4 Tasks of Grief We will also be writing about[...]
    Grief Support Group – Week 4 6:00 pm
    Grief Support Group – Week 4 @ Mountain Hospice
    Oct 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
    Grief Support Group - Week 4 @ Mountain Hospice
    Week 4 of the “Comfort Café ” Grief Support Group will cover: “How do I get along with others during this journey?” We will also cover effective communication, dealing with anger that comes with grief,[...]

    At Mountain Hospice - people make the difference.

    From our director and staff to volunteers and clergy.

    Chief Executive Officer of Mountain Hospice Don Trimble

    Chief Executive Officer

    Don Trimble, RN CHPN CHP is Mountain Hospice Inc.'s dedicated Chief Executive Officer who manages our operations, resources, and communications.

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    Dr. John P. Henderson II of Mountain Hospice

    Hospice
    Physician

    Dr. John P. Henderson II has provided guidance as Medical Director since 2006 and continues to serve our patients in the capacity of certified Hospice and Palliative Care Physician.

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    Mountain Hospice Staff

    Staff

    Exceptionally trained and caring staff providing comfort and compassion when it is needed most.

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    Mountain Hospice Volunteers

    Volunteers

    Extraordinary people with caring and compassionate hearts who go above and beyond to enhance our patients’ lives.

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    We Honor Veterans

    Mountain Hospice is recognized as a national partner of We Honor Veterans. We are proud to have been the first hospice organization in West Virginia, to be granted the prestigious 4-star designation from our national We Honor Veterans partner.

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