Hospice of the Piedmont

Nothing in the world can bring a family closer together than caring for a dying parent. We couldn’t have done it without Hospice of the Piedmont.

- A patient’s child

Grieving a Loss?
Hospice of the Piedmont Can Help.

Our Center for Grief & Healing provides the bereaved—whether their loved one was in our hospice program or not—with an understanding and supportive environment of support groups, classes, events, and workshops to process and heal their grief for a full year after a death.


HOP in the News



Join HOP for the J. McLaughlin Fundraiser for the Run & Remember 5K every Thursday in March from 3 – 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served and 15% of the sales at each event will benefit HOP’s Run & Remember 5K. J. McLaughlin is in the North Wing of Barrack’s Road Shopping Center in Charlottesville.

HOP to host "Being Mortal" free film screening & discussion on March 18 from 3-5 p.m. at the Paramount Theater!

HOP's Chief Clinical Officer and Director of the HOP Education Institute Amy Gillespie was recently featured on WINA's "A Graceful Life" radio show. Listen to the podcast here.

Feature about our grief support services on the Newsplex stations – Tuesday, Dec. 20th.

The Culpeper Star Exponent promoted our grief around the holidays workshop – Wednesday, Dec. 14th.

Front-page feature: The Culpeper Star Exponent – Christmas carolers visit Culpeper senior center – Monday, Dec. 12th.

What’s Happening
at HOP

HOP launches new website!

Welcome to the newly redesigned Hospice of the Piedmont website! We’re thrilled to unveil our new look, which is the result of more than a year’s worth of hard work, focus groups, and input from our staff, donors, volunteers, community, and more. We welcome feedback and encourage you to engage with HOP by emailing us your feedback or subscribing to one of our newsletters. Thanks for stopping by!

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