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Grace Hospice of Missoula County

Welcome to Grace!
The Third Volunteer Hospice in the United States

Who We Are

Our Mission Statement:

By definition, Grace cannot be purchased. It must, simply, be received.

It is the heart of Grace Hospice of Missoula County, to provide end of life care at no cost. Grace Hospice is funded, solely, by donations of kindness and goodwill.

Our Story:

Practicing hospice, collectively, for greater than 40 years, a small group of registered nurses began to question “the way it’s always been done.”

In the beginning, Grace was an idea - a heart motive - to provide quality end-of-life care to terminally ill patients, in our community, at no cost and without restriction of further pursuit of cure. Our hope of a hospice experience without, what is often perceived as, penalty or restriction, led us on a journey to find answers and alternatives.

 

On our journey, we found the answers and we found the way.

In September of 2021, Grace Hospice of Missoula County became reality.

Now, we’d like to share Grace with you.

It is with heart-felt gratitude and humbling community support, that we offer you Grace.

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Director/Administrator
Terry Mumma, RN, CHPN
tmumma@ghomc.org

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Director of Development
Terry Lee Jenks, RN

tjenks@ghomc.org

 
 

How We Help

When Grace is received, we will come to you, as you are and where you are. Grace’s presence will honor you, honor your wishes, and preserve the integrity of your right to choose how you navigate your sacred journey.

Grace’s care will include compassionate skilled nursing assessments, specialized pain and symptom management, quality education regarding “what this may look like”, open communication and most importantly, honesty, even when truth is difficult to speak and difficult to hear. We are available 24 hours per day.

How It Works:

Your physician will remain your physician. If you choose to pursue treatment - whether for cure or comfort - you retain your right to do so, without penalty or withdrawal from Grace’s services.

 

If you receive Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance benefits, you will continue to utilize those benefits, including prescription benefits, as you have thus far.

How You Can Help

Volunteer

Grace welcomes you! There is so much you can do. You are a gift, and gifts are meant to be shared. Opportunities include, but are not limited to: clerical tasks, patient time, respite care, professional services, equipment repair, community education, grant writing, nursing, meal preparation, vigil service, bereavement service, grief support, etc. Whatever you have to give, please give. We receive you. Please reach out. We'd love to hear from you.

Donate

Grace is thankful for each gift, large and small. It is Grace's heart that we serve our community with honor and integrity. Every gift will be utilized in honest fashion, with transparency, responsibility, and respect.

 

Contact Us

If you need to get in touch with us for any reason, please fill out the form below and we will be in contact with you as soon as possible!

It is with gratitude that Grace Hospice receives you, those you love, and those who love you back!

If you need to get in touch with us for immediate assistance, please call us at (406) 330-2031. You can also fax us at 1 (406) 206-7638.

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