News & Events

West Virginia Caring Sponsors Taylor Swift Concert Experience

THE EVENT Children who have suffered the loss of a parent or loved one, along with family members or guardians, will be attending the July 10, 2018 Taylor Swift concert thanks to West Virginia Caring and its community partners. WV Caring (a non-profit hospice serving north central WV citizens) has embraced grieving children and teens […]

WV Caring Named a 2018 Hospice Honors Recipient

WV Caring Named a 2018 Hospice Honors Recipient

West Virginia Caring has been named a 2018 Hospice Honors recipient by HEALTHCAREfirst, the leading provider of Web-based home health and hospice software, billing and coding services, CAHPS surveys and advanced analytics. Hospice Honors is a prestigious program that recognizes hospices providing the highest level of quality as measured from the caregiver’s point of view. […]

National Healthcare Decisions Day

WV Caring partners with The Conversation Project: End-of-Life Care Conversations

END-OF-LIFE CARE CONVERSATIONS Ninety percent of Americans say that talking about their end-of-life care wishes is important, but only 30 percent are actually having these conversations. WV Caring has partnered with The Conversation Project, a national public engagement campaign, for National Healthcare Decisions Day, recognized April 16, to educate people on the value of making […]

Grief and Loss Camp for Children in WV

Camp Caring: A Bereavement Camp for Children

Losing a loved one is hard at any age. For a child, it’s hard to understand what is happening and to communicate how they are feeling. For an adult, it can be hard to explain things in a way that a child understands. At Camp Caring, we talk about loss and being able to express […]

Courtney Dunithan: West Virginia needs more palliative care options (Daily Mail)

The vast majority of West Virginians want to die at home, but most people lack the community resources to help with that process or are unaware of palliative care options close to home.