November 1-30, 2022
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Supporting you and your family.
Hospice Georgian Triangle provides compassionate care in the home and at Campbell House for individuals and families dealing with life-limiting illness living in the communities of The Town of Blue Mountains, Collingwood, Wasaga Beach and Clearview Township. Care programs come at no cost and focus on the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of both the patient and family, enhancing quality of life.
Volunteers. We need you.
Hospice Georgian Triangle volunteers provide hundreds of much needed hours of service every month.
WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS FOR ALL ROLES.
Positions include in-home visiting, caregiver support, peer-to-peer bereavement support, co-facilitating support groups, kitchen and reception duties, administrative support,
non-medical support for patients and their families, fundraising & special events and leadership volunteers on the board or committees.
Please contact us to learn how you can help.
Seeking hospice palliative care help?
You have been diagnosed palliative. Now may be the time to consider hospice palliative care which focuses on quality of life for you and your family in the time that remains.
Looking for palliative care in the home?
Hospice care is available at Campbell House which serves the communities of Collingwood, The Town of Blue Mountains, Clearview Township and Wasaga Beach. Or, you may be eligible for supportive hospice care in the home.
Need grief and bereavement support?
Grief is one of the deepest pains we experience. Hospice Georgian Triangle offers a variety of support programs to help you adjust to the loss of a loved one.
Are you a caregiver in need of support?
You are on 24/7 and there is little relief. You may suffer from fatigue, agitation, a lack of patience, emotional outbursts and feelings of hopelessness. You may feel you are burning out.
Looking to donate?
Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation requires ongoing donations from the southern Georgian Bay community to meet the critical need for top-quality and free palliative care services both at Campbell House and in the community.
Memory Pillow Program: Preserving Loved Ones’ Memories at Hospice Georgian Triangle
The clinical team at Hospice Georgian Triangle has always strived to provide not just medical care, but emotional comfort and support to our families. A key part of this holistic approach is our Memory Pillow Program, which was featured on CTV last night. This unique initiative allows our dedicated volunteers […]
Meet the 2023 June Callwood Award Winner: JoAnne Wright
JoAnne Wright has served as a volunteer for the past eight years. She has volunteered as a kitchen angel preparing meals for patients and families. In the Hospice Georgian Triangle kitchen, she shares her talents in making delicious and comforting meals. She also shares her warm, friendly, and colourful personality […]
Hospice Georgian Triangle - Audited Financial Statements - March 31, 2022
Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation - Audited Financial Statements - March 31, 2020
Service Agreement - HGT - Campbell House - 2022-2023
Multi Sector Service Agreement - Hospice Georgian Triangle-2022-2023
Donor Bill of Rights
Patient Bill of Rights
Hospice Georgian Triangle Strategic Plan 2022-2023
Registered Charity Number - Hospice Georgian Triangle: 118868249RR0001CRA
Registered Charity Number - Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation: #83108 5089 RR0001
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For more than 15,000 years the First Nations walked upon, and cared for, the lands we now call home: Anishinaabek, Haudenosaunee, Ojibwe, and many others who cared for their families and communities, the way we now seek to care for ours.
Hospice Georgian Triangle and Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation acknowledge the Lake Simcoe-Nottawasaga Treaty of 1818 and respects all the Nation-to-Nation agreements that have formed relationships with the original inhabitants of Turtle Island; the reality of our shared history; the current contributions of Indigenous people within our community and seeks to continue empowering expressions of pride amongst all the diverse stakeholders in this area.
We seek to do better, to continue to recognize, learn, and grow, in friendship and community, Nation-to-Nation.