No One Dies Alone Program
If you are unable to visit your terminally ill loved one, our volunteers will ensure he or she is not alone at the end of life.
No one is born alone, and it’s our hope that no one dies alone. If your loved one is at one of our sites and nearing the end of life, he or she will not be alone. If you cannot be there because you live out of the area or are unable to physically get to the hospital for some reason, you can be comforted knowing our No One Dies Alone volunteers will be there.
We realize there may be times when you are unable to be at the hospital with your loved one, or you and your family members might need respite and time for yourselves. We will do our best to honor requests to sit with your loved one until you can return to the hospital. Volunteers are available at LVH-Cedar Crest, LVH-17th Street and LVH-Muhlenberg.
Under the direction of Father Timothy Hasenecz, our volunteers are specially educated in the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of dying. If you have any questions about the No One Dies Alone program, please call 888-402-LVHN.