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Bruce Peninsula Hospice presents two upcoming events on the topic of Grief…

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What is Bruce Peninsula Hospice?

We are a local, community-based organization of trained volunteers serving the people of the Bruce Peninsula since 1995.

We provide non-medical visiting hospice and bereavement services working cooperatively with physicians, palliative care teams, clergy, and all community health care providers.

Who is served by Bruce Peninsula Hospice?

 Individuals and families coping with a progressive life limiting illness and those who are bereaved.

Our service area includes but is not limited to: Wiarton, Sauble Beach, Hepworth, Lion’s Head, Tobermory, Kemble and surrounding rural areas.

Need our Help?

If you or someone close to you can benefit from our services, please contact us at:

 519-534-1260 ext. 5612 or

Our services are provided at no charge to families.