Benton Hospice Service is dedicated to compassionate care for seriously ill persons and their families.
Hospice care emphasizes control of pain and other symptoms so that people may spend their last months in dignity and comfort. A team of professionals and volunteers work together to complement the care provided by friends and loved ones. Hospice enables people to enjoy comfort, choice, and control over their remaining life.
The Transitions program at Benton Hospice helps those with a serious illness who are not quite ready, or not yet eligible, for hospice care find resources that can help them.
Benton Hospice Service also offers support to the community through community education and support groups.
Benton Hospice Service has provided care to terminally ill patients and their families since 1980 as an independent, non-profit healthcare organization. While we primarily serve residents of Linn and Benton counties, we also provide end-of-life care for people living in adjoining counties (Lane, Lincoln, and Polk). From Monmouth to Monroe to Junction City, from Alsea to Albany to Lebanon, Benton Hospice Service is here to help.