About Williamsburg Hospice House & Support Care
In 1982, “Hospice of Williamsburg” was founded as a nonprofit charitable organization by lay and professional volunteers to support the mission of caring for people at the end of life, comforting the bereaved , and empowering others to do the same. Support services are provided to individuals living in Williamsburg, James City County or upper York County.
Hospice House is a spacious residential center designed as a “home away from home” for those who are caring for a terminally ill loved one. With four guest rooms, a kitchen, family room and sunroom, surrounded by gardens and woods, Hospice House accommodates up to four guests, with ample space for family and friends to gather.Learn More
Grieving is a process that requires more time than our culture typically acknowledges or allows. Support during time of bereavement can help bring healing, renewal and hope for the future. Staff at Hospice House maintain contact with bereaved families following the death of a loved one to offer comfort, support, referrals and services as needed.Learn More
Hospice House & Support Care of Williamsburg
4445 Powhatan Parkway
Williamsburg, VA 23188
Main Line: (757) 253-1220