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



HOP was again featured in the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization’s “Moments of Life” campaign. NHPCO shared “A Dying Man’s Dream” on their website and Facebook page on March 7, and “New Technology Helps Patient Communicate” was posted to their website and share on Facebook on February 28.

The Daily Progress featured the HOP-co-sponsored “Being Mortal” screening event in their “Lectures” section on March 13.

The Daily Progress featured coverage of our HOP Angel Award reception, recognizing Virginia National Bank, on February 27. 


Newsplex covered the Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign, of which HOP is a beneficiary, on February 24.

Our own Amy Gillespie was featured on “A Graceful Life” on WINA on February 4. You can listen to the podcast here.

The Daily Progress featured our general bereavement groups in their January calendar listings on January 8.

What’s Happening
at HOP

HOP Run & Remember 5K Coming May 13!

Have you registered for the Run & Remember 5K yet? The race will be held at Keswick Hall, Golf Club & Estate, starting at 8 a.m. with pre-race registration starting at 6:30 a.m.

Click here to sign up today!

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