Social Worker



At Faith Hospice, we know that providing compassionate, dignified care to patients and families is an honor. Discover some of the personal stories why Faith Hospice is called to be your champion.

Being There

“To me, being a champion is showing up, being there, meaning what you say. If you tell somebody you’re going to be there for them then be there for them because your word is your bond.”

Terry, Faith Hospice Volunteer

Grieving is a Process

“You see loved ones going through different steps and different stages. But it’s not always the same, because because grief isn’t linear. It doesn’t go in a straight line. Grief can be very cyclical. And so many people think they’re going crazy, when in fact they’re just grieving. And so it’s really my job to help them understand that this is a process and it’s normal, and it’s going to be really hard right now, but it will get easier.”

Janet, Bereavement  Manager

Comfort, Peace, and Strength

“One of the biggest impacts I think we have is to just sit with somebody and hold their hand. Even if we’re not saying much, the simple act of touch and being present. Being there with them. It gives them a sense of comfort, of peace and strength knowing that somebody who truly cares is walking along this journey with them.”

Sara V.,
Faith Hospice Social Worker

Care. Compassion. Commitment.

“The care that they’re able to give to the patient and the comfort to the family and then the fact that that relationship never ends is absolutely incredible. We were at our lowest moment and they came beside us and walked with us through it and walked with him through it. It’s been just about two years now and that never goes away, but it was made beautiful because of Faith Hospice and what they gave to us.”

Kristen K.,
Loved One of a Faith Hospice Patient

Calming Spirits, Hearts, and Minds

“A lot of people, when they face these hard times, it can rock them a lot. And what happens for us is that, especially as a chaplain, they give you permission to walk alongside them and help calm their spirits, their hearts, and their minds.”

Chaplain Dewey,
Community Chaplain at Faith Hospice