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Beloit Regional Hospice News
Recently, Beloit Regional Hospice received a Level 2 Designation within the We Honor Veterans Program. BRH joined the We Honor Veterans program in 2013 based on the realization that America’s… read more →
The Annual Beloit Regional Hospice Volunteer Recognition took place on the evening of Thursday, June 30th. ‘The Art of Caring’ was the theme for the evening, and all attendees were… read more →
Upcoming Special Events
Day 2 of Volunteer Training will be on Saturday, September 10th from 9:00am until 3:00pm at Beloit Memorial Hospital in the auditorium. Volunteers assist patients and families by providing companionship, emotional… read more →
Beloit Regional Hospice will welcome speaker Barbara Bartlein to the Stateline Area to speak on ‘The Magic of Making a Difference’ The FREE presentation is designed for caregivers and staff who… read more →
Beloit’s Annual Ribfest Competition a fundraiser to benefit Beloit Regional Hospice and Beloit Domestic Violence Survivor’s Shelter is back for a another year of friendly competition. Proceeds will be split… read more →
The Denim & Diamonds Pre-Launch Party will be taking place on Thursday, September 29th at the Beloit Club from 5:00pm – 9:00pm. The Denim & Diamonds Pre-Launch Party is your… read more →
Each fall, Beloit Regional Hospice hosts Doves and Diamonds to celebrate hospice and to provide a venue for recognizing those who support BRH. It is an opportunity to enjoy an… read more →
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About Beloit Regional Hospice
Since 1982, Beloit Regional Hospice has provided comfort and quality of life care for patients and their caregivers in Northern Illinois (Boone and Winnebago) and Southern Wisconsin (Rock, Green and Walworth). When cure is no longer the goal, emphasis is placed on the alleviation of pain and other symptoms that include the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the dying person as well as the social and spiritual needs of the family and friends caring for the patient.
A nonprofit, community-based organization, Beloit Regional Hospice also provides grief support groups for adults, children and teens in the Stateline area at no cost to residents.
We invite you to contact us at any time.
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