Ways to Help

What Can I Do To Help HealthAlliance Home Health & Hospice (HAHHH)?

One of the most important things that you can do for Home Health and Hospice is to share your experience with others. After providing services in the community since, 1987, people continue to have a misunderstanding of what Home Health and Hospice care is all about and hesitate to use Hospice Services. HAHHH could not exist without the support and good will of the community. Here are a few suggestions on how you can help HealthAlliance Home Health and Hospice. Thanks for asking!


The most positive way for others to hear about Home Health and Hospice is through you. Let your physician know how Home Health or Hospice has touched you, so they will know how Home Health or Hospice will benefit other patients. Talk about Home Health and Hospice care to your friends, neighbors, church groups, and employers.


If you have ever had a friend or a loved one cared for by Hospice, then you know the gift a Hospice Volunteer provides to the patient and the family. Committing to as little as four hours a month can provide companionship, comfort and compassion to someone in need.

If you or someone you know wants to make a meaningful difference in 2018,  please consider becoming a Hospice Volunteer.

For more information please contact Carol Recchion at 978-798-3192 or Application for Hospice Volunteer Services.


If you know of a civic organization, club or church group that would like to have a guest speaker, please call us with a contact name. We’ll set up a speaker to attend the event.
Opportunities are limited only by the imagination when it comes to helping Hospice serve those facing end-of-life in the North Central MA area. Contact us at by email.


Financially through Donations, Memorial Gifts, Wills and Planned Giving.
Part of our mission is to provide services to our patients and their families regardless of their ability to pay. Even though Medicare/Medicaid and most insurance pay for hospice services, HealthAlliance Home Health & Hospice cherishes the donations and memorials from our friends in the community. This ensures that hospice services are available to everyone when needed.

HealthAlliance Home Health and Hospice relies on donations and memorials from our friends and the community. We are a non-profit organization and all gifts are tax-deductible. Our mission is to provide services to our patients regardless of their ability to pay. Donations make it possible for us to extend a hand to everyone who comes to us for care.

Your tax-deductible charity donation helps us pay for services not covered by Medicare or insurance. We are grateful for the generous contributions we receive from individuals, corporations, community and church groups, foundations, bequests, and memorials. We thank you for the support that allows us to continue our mission of bringing comfort and dignity as life nears its end.


Also visit the HealthAlliance Foundation webpage for more information about HealthAlliance events and ways to help.