Curative treatment can become ineffective or no longer desirable. There’s still hope. As the only non-profit, community-based, and community-supported hospice organization, Hospice Brazos Valley offers comprehensive hospice care in a life-affirming manner. Our award-winning team of skilled professionals celebrate life, bring joy, and serve to heal and nurture both patients and families. Our service area encompasses all or part of seventeen counties and includes Bryan, College Station, Brenham, La Grange and their surrounding towns and communities.
The Eagle Readers' Choice
for Best Hospice 2013 - 2023
Best of the Brazos Valley
Best Hospice 2017 - 2023
HOW TO CHOOSE A HOSPICE
Most people are referred to hospice by their doctor. Patients, family members, even friends can also make referrals. Choosing the right hospice is one of the most important healthcare decisions, but researching options in order to make the best decision can become overwhelming. Asking the right questions is key to making the right choice. Click the button below to see a full list of resources designed to help you choose the best hospice care for you and your family.
There are few areas in healthcare where you are at the center of all decisions. Your goals are our goals and we are committed to helping you achieve them. Hospice Brazos Valley's team of hospice care experts are here to help guide you and your family through difficult decisions and regain peace and control. Your hospice team will include doctors, nurses, hospice care aides, social workers, chaplains, and volunteers all focused on your comfort and walking alongside you every step of the way.
IS THE RIGHT TIME
If you are choosing to no longer seek curative treatment for your chronic or terminal illness, are experiencing poor quality of life, and would prefer care in the home, it may be time to explore hospice care.
Hospice is not a place. Hospice care can happen wherever you call home. However, should you require frequent assessment and skilled medical interventions we can do inpatient visits at local hospitals.
HOSPICE CARE IS
Hospice provides medical, emotional, and spiritual comfort and support for you and your whole family.
The goals of hospice are to maximize quality of life, provide comfort and help you achieve your goals.
Deciding to consult with any hospice team can be a difficult decision. Hospice Brazos Valley is here for you and will respond to your needs with hope-filled care. Admission to hospice services often begins with a discussion with your doctor, but anyone can call to make a referral or inquire about our services. We routinely accept referrals from physicians, health care professionals, nursing home or assisted living staff, hospital staff, or family members. Our team of compassionate professionals responds quickly and is always available to provide you with step-by-step information and guidance.
Hospice Brazos Valley's non-profit status ensures hospice care is available to anyone in our service area who qualifies. Generous community support allows us to provide care to those who can't pay.
Hospice Brazos Valley's non-profit status ensures hospice care is available to anyone in our service area who qualifies. Generous community support allows us to provide care to those who don’t have the ability to pay.
Headquartered near College Station in Bryan, Texas, Hospice Brazos Valley remains the only non-profit and was the first hospice to serve the area.
Proudly community-owned, we are honored to be the preferred choice for end-of-life care for central Texas residents since 1989.
Our service area includes all or part of 17 counties with offices located in Bryan, Brenham, and La Grange.