Clarehouse has a 16 year history of providing care for dying people in need. Our reputation for excellence and our commitment to being a best practice organization has made us a strong community partner across the continuum of health care in our region. Though we provide services free of charge, we are fiscally strong through the generosity of our donors, who value this solution to a very difficult family challenge.

Outcome measurement and research tells us that we are helping our guests achieve comfortable, peaceful deaths, while their families begin healthy grief journeys. With the deaths of loved ones, adults, teens, and children are provided the opportunity to experience death, grief, and loss in a family environment, surrounded by loving support. This can equip people all along the life span with the tools and experience to deal more effectively with this common life event.

Known as a Social Model Hospice, Clarehouse joins a handful of organizations across the country pioneering this innovative approach to the caregiver crisis in end-of-life care. Our strong collaboration with local medical hospices, hospitals and other care providers fills the gap in care for those without resources to die at home. We are proud to be a member of the Omega Home Network and collaborate with community homes for dying people across the nation. We are committed to helping individuals prepare for life-threatening illness and caregiving, educating healthcare professionals in end-of-life care and spreading this model to improve access to quality care at life's end.