The Extensions of Care
Peterson Hospice has the primary goal to meet the patient's every need. Then, we extend to surround the family at all times throughout that need. Simultaneously we branch out into the community to continue the support. That's what Peterson's Hospice is all about. Peterson Hospice goes far beyond what is required or expected. We lead with heart from the start! Here are a few additional services under the Hospice umbrella: Hospice
Peterson Hospice Volunteers are extremely special people. They have many volunteer opportunities from providing direct comfort and supporting dignity for patients to making floral arrangements, working in the thrift store, helping in the office, supporting our bereavement counseling by writing cards or organizing memorial services. to visiting nursing homes and senior facilities or selecting to work with children grieving by the loss of a loved one. Becoming a Peterson Hospice volunteer is easy and it's so rewarding, plus we offer all of the training and support you need. Ready to join our team? Just call 830-258-7799 to let us lead you to an amazing volunteer experience.
Hospice Thrift Store
The Thrift Store offers two opportunities for volunteerism. You can donate your gently used clothes, furniture and household items to our store. Your generous donations allow Peterson Hospice to be available to all persons, regardless of their financial status or ability to pay. Peterson Hospice also offers pick-up service for your larger items like furniture and appliances. Give us a call at 830-258-7799 to arrange pick up. The second way to help is to shop our store. The money for all items purchased go towards meeting the hospice needs of patients which are not covered by insurance. Learn more about our Thrift Store here : Hospice Thrift Store
Peterson Thrift Store is located at 1121 Broadway in Kerrville. The Thrift Store is open Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm and on Saturday 10am - 2pm
Bridging the Gap
The main purpose of Bridging the Gap is to offer emotional support to grieving children and their family who have experienced the death of someone significant in their lives. Bridging the Gap allows children to come together and share the experience. Assisting children in grades K-12 sessions are offered in the fall on Tuesday evenings from 7-8pm. The program provides peer group support and sessions for parents or guardians at the same time. If you need more information or driving directions please call us at 830-258-7799.