In the News

The plight of unmet caregiving needs for terminally ill people has been the topic of many recent news articles. Exploring the challenges of caring for a loved one at home is an important conversation to be having. The innovative model of Clarehouse, and sister homes across the country through the Omega Home Network, directly addresses these challenges and offers a high-quality alternative to institutional care or budget-busting private-duty care. We are continually searching for ways to inform communities about the benefits of creating and sustaining community homes for dying people. Also known as Social Model Hospice Homes, we fill the critical gap in medical hospice, becoming the next-best-thing to home and an extension of the family for dying people in need. Learn more at

Recent media:

Los Angeles Times, 2/16/20

The Washington Post, 2/16/20

NPR, 1/21/20

New York Times, 9/3/19