We at Faith Hospice are saddened by the news of the passing of our former board member and long-time friend, Dick Tierney. As a board member for 9 years and board chair for 5 years, Dick was instrumental in the growth of Faith Hospice and the creation of Trillium Woods, the area’s first in-patient hospice facility. His kind and gentle spirit, giving nature, and business savvy made him an invaluable mentor to many of us at Faith Hospice. While we will miss his wisdom and generosity greatly, we are rejoicing in the knowledge that he is now living peacefully with our Lord.
In an effort to be as prepared as possible to continue to protect our high-risk population of seniors and staff, we are looking for donations of handmade masks and materials for making handmade masks. See how you can help!
Trillium Institute, an affiliate of Holland Home, has recently received a grant from Classis Grand Rapids East, a regional group of churches, to initiate the Faith Community Stewards Program in several area CRC congregations
The Power of Hospice is Captured in Song, Joy in a Teardrop Launches New Music Project Inspired by Hospice and Palliative Care.Proceeds from Joy in a Teardrop will Support National Hospice Foundation(Alexandria, Va) – National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization is proud to announce an exciting, new project using music to express the essence of compassion and caring as experienced by hospice and palliative care professionals, Joy in a Teardrop: The Hospice Music Project.
Holland Home, Faith Hospice, and Trillium Institute are pleased to announce that John Mulder, MD, FAAHPM, HMDC has been recognized by the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) with the 2019 Project on Death In America (PDIA) Palliative Medicine Community Leadership Award. Dr. Mulder is Medical Director of the Trillium Institute, an affiliate of Holland Home. The award recognizes Dr. Mulder for his efforts to advance the field of palliative care in our community through distinctive mentorship and leadership, as well as his commitment to mentoring future leaders and serving as a role model for other health professionals engaged in improving the care of the dying.