We, like you, are concerned about the spread of the new coronavirus. Out of an abundance of caution we have implemented visitor restrictions recommended by the CDC to reduce the potential of the virus entering Trillium House. The main one is we ask that you not visit if it is not absolutely necessary.
Please contact Pat Bray, Exec. Dir., at 236-3683 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Thank you for your support of our Residents and our community in stopping the spread of this virus.
November 6, 2019 – November is National Hospice Month! It’s a wonderful time to learn more about hospice and respite care by attending many free events available in our community. We are thankful for all of those that work directly in the hospice field as well as those volunteers that give so unselfishly of their time and compassion. Call us or stop by if you’d like to learn more about Trillium House and find out how you can be a apart of Trillium’s mission of providing hospice and respite care.
July 1, 2019 – Pat Bray, our Executive Director recently returned from a national hospice home conference and shared the following thoughts: “Going to a conference of hospice homes like Trillium reaffirmed what I believed was true. This community believes we should and can help hospice patients be safe and comfortable at the end of life. You accomplished going from that idea to welcoming Residents far faster than so many other places. We live in a wonderful place filled with really good people. Thank you for caring about the people we serve and their loved ones!”
June 9, 2019 – Who doesn’t love a puppy? Trillium House loves visitors – especially those that come on four cute little paws and with bundles of energy! Last week Margaret met her son’s new miniature dachshunds. What fun we all had meeting these energetic puppies. Hospice care is about supporting Residents as they enjoy each day with family, friends and yes, puppies!
February 8, 2019 – The U.P. Hospice Foundation provided over $25,000 to the Trillium House in 2018 in support of residents who chose U.P. Home Health & Hospice, their affiliated program. Funds were used to help support the patients rent costs in the home along with other services such as Virtual Reality programming, nutritional supplements, supplies and a variety of other programs. In this photo, Jeremy Hansen, board member for the U.P. Hospice Foundation, presents Dr. Aaron Scholnik, Trillium House Board President with a ceremonial check.