Why Another Hospice?
A check of hospice and palliative care services in Colorado will show 93 different companies with 53 of those in a 65 mile radius of the Denver metro area. Of those, only one has the specific mission to protect the practices and principles of the Catholic Faith – Divine Mercy Supportive Care.
While other providers are competent, they are not versed in the Catholic faith and could be prone to violating those principles. Also, at Divine Mercy, we will not limit ourselves to care for Catholics, but rather will not violate the principles of our faith in how we care for persons of all faiths.
Patient care is funded in a number of ways. Hospice care is covered under Medicare and under many private insurers. Contact us for the method that works best for your needs.
Fact: Approximately 58.5% of individuals eligible for Medicare hospice benefit do not receive the benefit (source: National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization).
In addition, Divine Mercy relies on donations to augment care for patients and families.
As a complete provider, we are a Colorado registered corporation exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue code.
How Can You Help?
Donate - Your donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. As a donor you can be assured that your dollars go toward principled care, education and charitable services.
Volunteer – Your time and talent bring your own spiritual gifts to bridge the gap provided by the professional caregivers and give much needed assistance to patients and families.
"The awareness that the dying person will soon meet God for all eternity should impel his or her relatives, loved ones, the medical, health-care and religious personnel, to help him or her in this decisive phase of life, with concern that pays attention to every aspect of existence, including the spiritual."
- St. John Paul II