September 18th- October 23,
11:30 am-12:30 pm at the 55 Activity Centre
Coffee Get Together: Drop-in Grief Group: Open to anyone, this group offers an opportunity to listen and to share grief experiences. Find the time for yourself and be supported as you continue to make the many difficult adjustments to life following  the loss of a loved one. 

November 5th- December 10th
Courage to Grieve: A community based program for those experiencing loss through death, co-facilitated by two individuals.  Registration is required.  The six week structured bereavement sessions are held in a safe, non-judgmental group environment where you can meet others having similar experiences, thoughts and feelings.  

November 30th
Memory Tree: A community event to remember your loved ones



Click links above for more details


Our Volunteers

Volunteers are the heart of Squamish Hospice Society; they give generously of their time and are dedicated to ensuring that anyone in our communty dealing with end of life care or bereavement is supported through their difficult time. 

Hospice is a philosphy of care that is understood by our community of volunteers and is given from the heart. Every volunteer has participated in a training program and are prepared to assist patients and their families. They understand the importance of privacy and are respectful of the personal choices.

Our Care Giving Team

Includes family physicians, home care and/or hospital nurses, palliative care coordinator, home support services, spiritual supports if requested, volunteers as needed and other community and health care resources as indicated by the patient's needs.

Hospice is non-denominational and recognizes all faiths.

To find out about Volunteer Opportunities click here


To see the next Volunteer Training session dates click here