Hospice Care in New Jersey

Compassion and comfort for loved ones and families.

Our focus is on maintaining your loved one’s personal dignity, responding to individual needs and concerns, providing comfort care, and offering spiritual and emotional support that addresses the whole person.

We ensure that every detail is handled by an experienced team that you can trust. FellowshipLIFE’s hospice care program is offered through Fellowship Home Care and Hospice across New Jersey, and provided by a caring team responsive to your loved one’s changing needs. We provide comfort and care to reduce pain and help your loved one live as fully as possible.

Hospice services, including palliative care and end-of-life care, are provided in the patient’s own home, or in an Active Adult Community, Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing setting.

Compassionate hospice care

Our hospice services are focused on meeting the individual needs and concerns of our patients. Our expert care team provides spiritual, physical, social, and emotional comfort, and comprehensive support that addresses the wellness of the whole person. We develop a customized care plan to meet the unique needs of the individual.

Our hospice care team offers the following services:

  • Nursing care
  • Assistance with personal care, meals and light housekeeping
  • Social work services
  • Spiritual counseling
  • Volunteer support
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Physical, speech and occupational therapies
  • Medication to maximize comfort
  • Oxygen, medical equipment and supplies
  • 24-hour on-call service
  • Bereavement support and grief counseling
  • Massage therapy (may not be covered by insurance)
Fellowship Home Care and Hospice | A Family Member’s Perspective

Find out how hospice can help now

People often wait too long to inquire about hospice care. Contact us today to learn more about Fellowship Home Care and Hospice and how we can help. Call us at 908-580-9519 to get started.

Debunking misconceptions about hospice

  • Hospice is not just for the last few days or weeks of life. You or your loved one and your family should ask your doctor whether a curative treatment will work and what impact it will have on you or your family member.
  • Hospice isn’t a “place” — it’s a type of care. Hospice care is typically delivered in the patient’s own home, in Assisted Living or in Skilled Nursing.
  • The patient need not be homebound to receive hospice care — the goal is to remain as independent as possible.
  • Hospice isn’t a financial burden — services are covered by Medicare Part A, Medicaid, and many private insurance providers.
  • Hospice won’t shorten life — it seeks to improve the patient’s quality of life and allow dying to take place naturally and without pain.

Become a hospice volunteer

If you have a compassionate heart to help those in their greatest time of need, volunteering for hospice is rewarding in a very special way. Volunteers can work directly with patients and families or support the administrative office. Visit our Volunteer page to learn more.