Our Veteran Programs

Never Too Late For A Hero's Welcome Home

Veterans have protected and cared for our country. Through our compassionate, Veteran-centric care, we are honored to serve those who have served us. The CURO family of hospice care providers focuses on honoring our veterans through participation in the We Honor Veterans and Hospice for Heroes programs.

 

We Honor Veterans program

We Honor Veterans

There are over 21 million Veterans living in America today. These men and women often carry experiences from their military service that present unique healthcare challenges. The national We Honor Veterans program empowers hospice providers across America to meet the unique needs of Veterans and their families.

We believe it is never too late to give them a hero’s welcome home. Veterans have protected and cared for our country. Through our compassionate, Veteran-centric care, we are honored to serve those who have served us. We recognize and respond to the unique needs of each Veteran and his/her family with special services designed just for veterans.

Through the national We Honor Veterans program we offer:

• A focused admissions process, including specific Veteran admission information
• A care team who identifies and meets the unique needs of Veterans and their families, insurance coverage of care, and available Veteran benefits
• An individualized plan of care that is Veteran and family centered and includes the Veteran’s military experiences
• Service Recognition with special ceremonies
• Veteran-to-Veteran volunteer programs
• Replace lost medals and awards
• Emotional support and bereavement counseling

 

Hospice For Heroes Veterans Program

Hospice for Heroes

Veterans have protected and cared for us and our country. Through the Hospice for Heroes program, we honor Veterans by providing a plan of care that addresses the specific needs a Veteran may have, and we honor their service and commitment to our nation.

Our Hospice for Heroes Program includes:
• A focused admissions process, including specific Veteran admission information
• A care team who identifies and meets the unique needs of Veterans and their families, insurance coverage of care, and available Veteran benefits
• An individualized plan of care that is Veteran and family centered and includes the Veteran’s military experiences
• Service Recognition where the Veteran gets pinned by a ranking member of the military branch in which he or she served
• Veteran Volunteers
• Guidance with military benefits, records recovery, and burial arrangements
• Emotional support and bereavement counseling

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