Seriously Ill


Life to
Each Day

Supporting the Seriously Ill and Their Families

We deliver solace—comfort and care—with everything we do. From nurses who assist with pain management, and aides who come in to bathe and groom your loved one, to social workers and chaplains who help with emotional and spiritual issues. The entire staff at Solace Hospice is dedicated to supporting your family as we walk with you through this tender journey together.

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Difficult Symptoms

From managing pain to nausea, constipation, depression and anxiety

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Emotional-Spiritual Issues

Finding the balance between grief and hope. Coming to terms with spirituality and family discord

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Living with Serious Illness

Day-to-day tips and insights for living well with cancer, chf, copd and dementia

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Medical Concerns

Caregiving tips for addressing intimate care needs as well as support for the last few days

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Important Decisions

Guidance for critical conversations about quality of life and desired treatments

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Contact Us

Solace Hospice is here to guide you through the journey of serious illness. Our goal is to make each day be the best it can be, filled with the activities that bring you joy and comfort. Put our experience to work for you:

  • Pain management
  • Emotional and spiritual support
  • Tips for living well with your disease
  • Equipment and medicines as needed for comfort
  • Referrals to community programs
  • Periodic rest for family members

We are the Maricopa County experts in family caregiving and serious illness.

Give us a call at 602-888-7037

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