COVID-19 Advisory As a palliative care service provider, HOSPICE SENB practices hand sanitation and social distancing within its premises in an effort to keep patients, staff, volunteers and visitors safe. We encourage you to bring your personal mask with you and wear it when visiting Hospice SENB during this time.
Hospice Southeast New Brunswick is a registered charity established in 2004 to promote awareness about life-limiting illnesses and end-of-life issues; and to provide grief and bereavement services and support for clients and families. The community-based, not-for-profit organization provides free, confidential hospice and palliative care services to residents of Albert, Kent and Westmorland Counties.
Its purpose is to help palliative clients make the most of the time they have left by celebrating, facilitating and enhancing their quality of life when there is no cure.
Construction is underway on a 10-bed residential Hospice, located at 156 Pleasant Street, Moncton.
Established in 2004, Hospice Southeast New Brunswick provides free, confidential palliative care and bereavement services to residents of Albert, Kent and Westmorland counties. It is estimated the new facility will serve between 120-150 palliative care patients per year. The Moncton residence is the first to have a pediatric unit.
10 private client rooms with washrooms
Four private family rooms with washrooms
Indoor and outdoor public areas (lobby, sun-room, dining room, gardens, two decks)
Non-denominational quiet room (chapel, meditation, etc.)
Medical staff areas for doctors, nurses, personal care workers
Client and family lounge
Laundry and storage facilities
Large, free parking area for visitors and staff
Hospice SENB offices and boardroom
The new residential facility is made possible by means of a successful capital fundraising campaign and monetary donations from citizens and corporations in the region. The palliative care residence will sit on an oasis-like parcel of land, graciously donated by the Hum-Lew-Sun Lions Club.
Giving with Compassion
Hospice SENB invites the general public to DONATE to the residential hospice online drop donations off at our Hospice Shoppe at 164 Collishaw Street, Moncton; or mail donations to our administrative offices at 640 Mountain Road, Moncton, NB E1C 2P3.
Donations via credit card will also be accepted by calling Marisa Piccini, Campaign Coordinator at (506) 850-4673 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hospice SENB is a registered charity and income tax receipts will be issued.
Giving with Compassion
“We have been fortunate to receive generous donations from all levels of government, private corporations and foundations,” he states. “Now we’re turning to the general public, who will all be able to use this facility free of charge, to help us establish and sustain this important service to our region.”
Hospice Southeast New Brunswick (SENB) is launching a public campaign to raise funds for its new 10-bed bilingual residential hospice that will serve Albert, Kent and Westmorland counties. This appeal follows a successful corporate fundraising campaign that saw donations come in from a variety of sectors, says campaign co-chair, Dennis Cochrane.
Hospice Greater Moncton’s comprehensive approach to palliative care offers programs in two main areas, addressing the needs of patients and families alike.
Community Palliative Care: In-home support for clients and caregivers.
Bereavement Care: Grief support group gives support and comfort to those grieving the loss of a loved one.
The Hospice Shoppe
DONATION DOOR l BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Monday to Friday Schedule your appointment - 855-7467
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday to Saturday l 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Hospice Shoppe boutique opened in late 2010 as a means of social entrepreneurship to provide earned revenue.
Donations of gently used clothing, kitchenware, decor, books, jewelry, footwear and more is sold at The Hospice Shoppe, proceeds fund Hospice SENB operations and programming.
Please ensure you observe safety measures while shopping at The Hospice Shoppe.