About Us

Located In Downtown Warrenton, VA

Hospice Support of Fauquier County (HSFC) was founded in 1981 as a nonprofit, volunteer organization providing non-medical supportive care and services to people facing the last phases of life, and supporting their families during the process.

Hospice is a concept of compassionate care which places priority on the patient’s dignity, comfort, and quality of life.

Hospice Support works collaboratively with attending physicians, medical hospices, clergy and other support agencies in order to provide a continuum of patient care. Our services are not restricted by age, medical treatment, finances or time which we can be engaged with the patient and the family.

In legal compliance and public disclosure, we are compliant with all elements via our bylaws, codes, non-conflict and other written policies, insurances, and information transparency. We are working with veterans organizations to assist in their support.

Qualified, Caring Volunteers

Hospice Support volunteers receive many hours of training in order to meet the emotional, spiritual, social, and practical needs of the patient.

We provide services which include a medical equipment loan closet, individual and group bereavement counseling, and volunteers who offer their time for caregivers, bring supplies, or run an occasional errand.

HSFC does not charge a fee for services, and does not receive any reimbursement from insurances, Medicare, or Medicaid. We rely solely on donations from individuals, grants, businesses, and other religious and civic organizations.

Hospice Support of Fauquier County’s IRS form 990, governing documents, and financial statements are available for public inspection during regular business hours at our offices. Hospice Support does not have a conflict of interest policy.
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