For many patients and families, serious illness raises questions about meaning and purpose, questions such as: “Why is this happening to me? Why now? What does it mean to me, to my family? ” To help people cope with spiritual distress, Montgomery Hospice and Prince George’s Hospice offers non-denominational spiritual care.
Spiritual counseling is an integral aspect of providing hospice services. Counselors are able to give emotional and non-biased spiritual support for patients and families coping with end-of-life. Hospice care, and the end of life, are treated differently across various religions, cultures, and ethnicities. Our counselors are here to help patients and their families as they navigate what their journey means to them spiritually.
We prioritize our relationship with the members of our community. We are present among established areas in the county, including synagogues, churches, senior networks, and more. Learn more about our role as hospice chaplains here: Hospice Chaplains and Spiritual Care