Supporting you at home.
Supportive care is for patients with serious advanced illness who are not on hospice, but who need care in their home to manage pain or symptoms. We also provide supportive care to patients who need help transitioning home after a stay in the hospital. And our Supportive Care for Dementia program cares for people living with all stages of the disease and provides support to their caregivers. Our goal is to help you achieve the best quality of life possible.
Working with your doctor, our teams create a personalized care plan that meets your unique needs. A nurse is available 24/7/365 at at (602) 530-6900 to help with urgent issues. We provide a safety net for the community—bridging gaps in care and helping families navigate complex healthcare options. We partner with many insurance companies to provide critical support during crises that may help patients avoid being hospitalized. Patients may also pay privately for in-home supportive care.
We also offer specialized care for those with breathing difficulties. Our Pulmonary Resource Program creates an individualized treatment plan to meet the medical and emotional needs of patients and their caregivers.
Our innovative and compassionate supportive care programs have won national recognition from the American Hospital Association, which recently honored Hospice of the Valley with the prestigious Circle of Life Award. Learn more here.
Our care team works with many insurance plans that want to provide their sickest patients with home-based palliative care. Private pay also available. Supportive care improves quality of life for patients and supports family caregivers. It also reduces costs and frequency of emergency room visits. Call (602) 212-3000.
This program is for people with late-stage serious disease who may be getting aggressive treatment and want home-based education and care. Our social worker comes to your home to connect you with community resources and help you navigate the complex healthcare system. We understand how difficult it is to manage chronic illness. There is no charge for this service. Call for an appointment: (602) 212-3000.
Family caregivers often feel overwhelmed, anxious and isolated while they are caring for a person with dementia. They want to keep their loved one at home for as long as possible, but wonder how to make it all work. Support can be provided through our Supportive Care for Dementia program, which is funded through private payment from the patient/family and by grants. Call (602) 636-6363 or email DementiaCare@azphc.org.
When getting to the doctor's office is a problem due to age, illness or mobility, we bring the doctor to you. Geriatric Solutions is now part of Hospice of the Valley. Physicians and nurse practitioners make house calls so you can stay in the comfort of your own home. Covered by most insurance plans. Call (602) 954-0444.