Our Hospice

New Valley Hospice

Hospice does not cure a person’s disease, but it certainly can allow a story to end with dignity, love and peace. The dream of a residential hospice in the Annapolis Valley is becoming a reality.

Our planning team has expanded to include architects from the firm William Nycum & Associates.

Our Hospice will be built free-standing on the treed property adjacent to the Beacon House, located east of the Valley Regional Hospital parking lot. Over the winter month our team will finalize designs and tender for the construction contract. We have been vigilant to create a supportive setting for those who will use the Hospice while also remaining within our budget. Careful planning has paid off and our Hospice will have ten bedrooms, each with a private patio and many other home like features.

We are on track for breaking ground in the spring! We will share details with you in the months to come. 

Hospice will be filled with 'light' and 'spirit' - Novanewsnow.com

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One would want to go out surrounded by calm-orderly, unhurried, unbossy. There is no reason why this can’t happen.

Alex Colville /

Alex Colville

“During the five years of our Dad’s condition, we were fortunate to have a great support system, with amazing friends and family. Our family can’t express enough how thankful we are for this support system. Dealing with end of life for a loved one, we were able to witness firsthand and understand the necessity of a Hospice in the community”.

Sebastian Joseph /

Sebastian Joseph

A volunteer sat with my mother and me at my dying father’s bedside at VRH several years ago. Her gentle warmth and compassion eased our stress and sadness during the last day of my father’s life.

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Shauna Coldwell Sweeney