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|General Agency Information|
|Name:||Hospice of Santa Cruz County|
|Alternate Name(s):||The Mary & Richard Solari Center for Compassionate Care|
|Address:||940 Disc Drive|
Scotts Valley, CA 95066
|Days/Hours of Operation/Phone:||Monday-Friday, 8-5|
The Watsonville Center for Compassionate Care
65 Nielson St., Suite 121, Watsonville, CA 95076
Hospice of Santa Cruz County offers compassionate, expert medical care and grief support to patients and their loved ones facing the end-of-life. Caring for the body, mind and spirit, we support the unique needs of each patient in the comfort of their own home, in a nursing home or in a residential care facility. We are experts at symptom management so that individuals can live in comfort and dignity. We offer support to patients and their families 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our Transitions program supports those with a life-limiting illness by easing certain concerns, creating care giving plans, and identifying community resources to assist with healthcare issues.
ELIGIBILITY: Determined case by case.
FEES: Hospice care is covered by Medicare, most insurances or a sliding scale.
AREAS SERVED: Santa Cruz County and Northern Monterey County
|Programs:||CAMP ERIN: Hospice of Santa Cruz County is pleased to partner with The Moyer Foundation to present Camp Erin© of Santa Cruz County. Camp Erin is a FREE, weekend long grief support camp that is designed to help children and teenagers ages 6-17, who have experienced the death of someone close to them. Camp will be held October 9-11, 2015.
Our We Honor Veterans program is a partnership with the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization and the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. Together we are committed to bringing comfort, dignity and quality of life to veterans in our community.
Transitional Care consultations are provided free of charge by caring clinical professionals. Call us at 831-430-3058 and let us share how we can help.
Our Children’s Grief Support program for children and adolescents offers individual, group and in-school support. Kids receive age-appropriate support and tools to process their grief in a healthy manner.
Support in the workplace for coping with a death or anticipated death.
A Lending Library of books and tapes on grief and loss.
Referrals to other community resources.
Grief support is available to everyone in our community. You do not have to receive other hospice services to take part in our grief support programs. If you are grieving the death of someone close to you, call us at (831) 430-3000 or email us. Let us share how we can help.
A Drop In Grief Support Group meets Fridays Noon-1pm in Scotts Valley.
Mid-County Ongoing Group: Tuesdays 6:30-8pm in mid-county, a new group starts every 3 months. Pre-registration is required. Please call 430-3000 for more information and check website for ongoing groups.
Advanced Health Care Directives
|Languages other than English:||Spanish|
|Accommodations for Disabled:||Call for Information|
|Public Transportation:||Call for information|
|Eligibility:||See Description Notes|
|Fees:||See Description Notes|
|Areas Served:||See Description Notes|
|Physical Location:||Scotts Valley|
|Advance Medical Directives|
Bereavement Support Groups
Errand Running/Shopping Assistance
Errand Running/Shopping Volunteer Opportunities
Home Care/Hospice Associations
Home Health Aides
Information and Referral
Skilled Nursing Facilities
|This record last modified June 2, 2015|