Living with a Serious Illness?

Based on your needs and wishes, there are many ways we can help.

Hospice Austin’s Christopher House

24-hour expert medical care in a warm and tranquil setting.

Grieving a Loss?

You do not have to grieve alone.

Caring for a Loved One?

We are here to help you, too.

Your Comfort. Our Calling.

You do not have to face serious illness alone.

Hospice Austin has been caring for Central Texas families for nearly 40 years; we understand how difficult the decision can be to shift focus from cure to comfort.

We know this can be an intense and exhausting time, filled with many unknowns. We’re here to walk with you, every step of the way.

The GIFT Project: Giving Instructions for Tomorrow

Have you spoken to loved ones about what you would want, if you're unable to speak for yourself?

Hospice Austin is hosting advance care planning sessions and viewings of the acclaimed documentary "Being Mortal" to encourage the public and medical community to have these discussions before a medical crisis occurs.

We can present these sessions at your place of business, congregation, civic group, clinic, or living facility. To learn more, please contact Shirley Price at sprice@hospiceaustin.org or call 512-342-4789.

Hospice Austin's Camp Brave Heart

Do you know a child who is grieving the death of a loved one? Camp Brave Heart, Hospice Austin’s camp for grieving children aged 6 – 17, is currently accepting applications. The camp, held Aug. 5 – 7 at John Knox Ranch near Wimberley, is a traditional high-energy camp where counselors experienced in child and adolescent grief support also lead discussion and trust exercises to help campers learn from each other about grief and ways to cope with loss. Most of all, the children learn they are not alone. Camp Brave Heart is free and open to the general public.